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Past Star Tribune boys' hockey Metro Players of the Year

03/06/2017, 8:31pm CST
By Star Tribune

The Star Tribune has been selecting a Metro Player of the Year in boys' hockey since 1985.

Past Metro Players of the Year

• 1985: Tom Chorske, Mpls. Southwest

• 1986: Scott Bloom, Burnsville, and Jim Carroll, Edina

 

• 1987: Jon Manthey, Anoka

 

• 1988: Tom Pederson, Bl. Jefferson

 

• 1989: Trent Klatt, Osseo

 

• 1990: Craig Johnson, Hill-Murray

• 1991: Darby Hendrickson, Richfield

 

• 1992: Brian Bonin, White Bear Lake

• 1993: Nick Checco, Bl. Jefferson

 

• 1994: Mike Crowley, Bl. Jefferson

 

• 1995: Richie Anderson, Elk River

 

• 1996: Shawn Pogreba, St. Paul Johnson

 

• 1997: Dan Carlson, Edina

• 1998: Johnny Pohl, Red Wing

 

• 1999: Jeff Taffe and Dan Welch, Hastings

 

• 2000: Paul Martin, Elk River

• 2001: Marty Sertich, Roseville

 

• 2002: Travis Morin, Osseo

 

• 2003: Mike Lundin, Apple Valley

 

• 2004: Tom Gorowsky, Centennial

• 2005: R.J. Anderson, Centennial

 

• 2006: Jay Barriball, Holy Angels

 

• 2007: Michael Dorr, Roseville

 

• 2008: Jake Gardiner, Minnetonka

• 2009: Nick Leddy, Eden Prairie

 

• 2010: Nick Bjugstad, Blaine

 

• 2011: Kyle Rau, Eden Prairie

• 2012: Justin Kloos, Lakeville South

 

• 2013: Grant Besse, Benilde-St. Margaret’s

 

• 2014: Brock Boeser, Burnsville

 

• 2015: Dylan Malmquist, Edina

 

• 2016: Riley Tufte, Blaine

 

• 2017: Casey Mittelstadt, Eden Prairie

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