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The MN Hockey Hub is taking a look back over the years at the state's top 100 high school hockey players.

Since 1945, Minnesota's state tournament has been a marquee hockey event, displaying some of the finest talent in the nation.

While many of the state's greatest players showcased their talent on the big stage of the state tournament, dozens of others were standouts on teams that never earned that coveted spring trip to the Twin Cities.

Household names and hidden gems - the Hockey Hub is celebrating them all. And here's your chance to have your voice heard.

Fill out the form on this page to share your opinions, memories and thoughts about who you think should make the list. Information you provide may be featured in the "Making History" blog and Top 100 Greatest Player stories throughout the series.

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Top 100 players

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  • Simply the best

  • 11/22/2011, 10:15am CST , By Loren Nelson, Editor
  • Eveleth's John Mayasich, No. 1 on the Top 100 list, never lost game in four high school seasons
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  • Playmaking maestro

  • 11/21/2011, 10:08am CST , By Loren Nelson, Editor
  • Roseau's Neal Broten, a Top 100 pick, was superb passer with uncanny rink vision
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  • Ultra wheels

  • 11/20/2011, 10:03am CST , By Loren Nelson, Editor
  • Silky stride took South St. Paul Top 100 pick Phil Housley to two state tournaments, NHL stardom
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Making History Blog

  • Get your Top 100 artwork

  • 11/22/2011, 11:57am CST , By MN Hockey Hub staff
  • Deck out your desktop with wallpapers to celebrate the new season, including Top 100 finale
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