Draws raves for speed and shot but excels in all facets of the game. Led the Fall Elite League in scoring with 33 points in 21 games and helped Minnesota White win the NIT tournament. Bound for Minnesota-Duluth.
A.J. Michaelson (right)
Gophers recruit can get up and down the rink and score – 18 goals in an injury-shortened sophomore season. Turned down the U.S. National Team development program.
Kyle Rau (right)
Scored 39 goals and added 36 assists last season. Quickness and speed rivaled by hockey sense. Gophers recruit thinks two steps ahead of most players and can control the game's pace.
A rising star heading to Dartmouth next season. Uses keen offensive instincts to run the Bears' power play and is rarely out of position or overmatched in the defensive zone.
Played with the U.S. National Team development program this fall and returns to anchor the defending Class 2A champion Hornets. Defensive force who does all the little things well.
Athletic goaltender who is great with the glove. Finished 13-6-2 last season, stopped 93 percent of shots faced, gave up 1.82 goals per game and posted six shutouts.