Nick Monfils, a senior from Oshkosh, scored three times in Team Wisconsin's 5-4 victory over Team Northeast. Photo by Katherine Matthews
Nick Monfils scored a whopping 77 points for Oshkosh last season while cementing himself as one of Wisconsin High School hockey’s most dynamic scoring threats.
Team Northeast goaltender Tyler Nelson of Champlin Park watches as Team Wisconsin's Tyler Funk directs the puck into the net. Photo by Katherine Matthews
Senior Nick Monfils of Oskosh scored three goals, one shorthanded and two in the third period, to lead Team Wisconsin past Team Northeast 5-4 on Saturday, Oct. 20, in an Upper Midwest High School Elite Hockey League game at Hobbs Ice Center in Eau Claire, Wis.
1. Nick Monfils, Team Wisconsin
The speedster from Oshkosh nearly matched his season goal total by pumping in three to give him seven in 20 games. He scored shorthanded on a coast-to-coast rush in the first period to open the scoring and added two more in the third as Team Wisconsin built a three-goal lead then hung on for just its second win of the season.