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USA Hockey High School Nationals coming to Minnesota this weekend

High school teams from all across the country will be competing for a national title this weekend in Plymouth and Minneapolis

Hockey players, some wearing tan and black jerseys while others wear orange and black jerseys, shake hands in a handshake line after a game.
Skaters at the 2022 USHL Combine in Orland Park, Illinois, shake hands after a scrimmage.
Sydney Wolf / The Rink Live

PLYMOUTH, Minn. — The 2023 Chipotle-USA Hockey High School National Championships are being held this weekend in Minnesota. A winner will be crowned in each of the four divisions; Division I (single-school teams), Division II (co-op teams), Prep and Girls.

Games will be played from March 23 to 27 at the Plymouth Ice Arena in Plymouth and the Parade Ice Garden in Minneapolis.

Find out which teams are participating in each division below.

Division I:

Springfield Jr. Thunderbirds (MA)Brighton Bengals (UT)
Edwardsville Tigers (MO)Damien (CA)
Jesuit Dallas (TX)Desert Vista (AZ)
Wayzata Jr. Gold A (MN)Walter Johnson (MD)
St. Anthony's Friars (NY)North Broward Prep Eagles (FL)
Brookings Rangers (SD)Yorktown (VA)



Morgantown Mohawks (WV)Northern Kentucky Norsemen (KY)
Greenville (SC)Bishop Canevin (PA)
Oklahoma Oil Kings (OK)Plant Panthers (FL)
South County Llamas (UT)Omaha Jr. Lancers (NE)

Des Moines Oak Leafs (IA)Prep Hockey (IL)
Dayton Stealth (OH)NW Arkansas Ice Hogs (AR)
Faith Lutheran Crusaders (NV)East Islip Chiefs (NY)
Keller (TX)Gillette Grizzlies (WY)


New Trier Green (IL)CATS Academy of Boston (MA)
Denver East (CO)Shattuck-St. Mary's (MN)
Culver Academy (IN)Valor Christian (CO)
Orange Lutheran Lancers (CA)Sioux Falls Flyers (SD)


WEHL Western (WI)Omaha Lady Lancers (NE)
Team South Dakota (SD)Shattuck-St. Mary's (MN)
Anchorage (AK)Team Texas (TX)
Premier Prep Pink (MN)WEHL NC/NE (WI)
St. Mary's (CA)Team Wyoming (WY)
United HS (MO)Idaho Jr. Steelheads (ID)

Sydney Wolf is a reporter for The Rink Live, primarily covering youth and high school hockey. She joined the team in November of 2021 and graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric Studies.
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