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Each week the MN Hockey Hub will recognize one of the hundreds of standout former state high school players who are continuing their careers at the junior, college or professional level.
Fill out the form on this page to help us determine who should be named the Hub's Alumni of the Week. The weekly cutoff for submissions is noon on Sunday.
A complete recap of all of this season's honorees can be found here.
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Mason Bergh (Chicago/USHL), F, 6-0, 173, Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie High School)
Bergh began his second full season in the United States Hockey League in style, registering six points in Saturday's season-opening, 8-2, win at Green Bay.
The six-point performance set a Chicago Steel record were the most point in a game by a USHL play in nearly two full years. He scored a goal and registered five assists while also recording a plus-three rating on the night, earning the league's Forward of the Week honor.
The 2013 graduate of Eden Prairie is committed to play for Colorado College next season.
After completing his senior hockey season at Eden Prairie, Bergh played two games for Waterloo before spending his first full season in the USHL with Chicago in 2013-14.
Last season, he scored 11 goals and 25 points in 58 games for the Steel.
In three varsity seasons at Eden Prairie, Bergh tallied 39 goals and 78 points. He was also a member of the Eagles' 2011 Class AA state championship team.
Mason Bergh's six-point performance, Saturday, was the most by a USHL player in nearly two years.
|DATE||NAME||HIGH SCHOOL||CURRENT TEAM|
|Sept. 22||Adam Lovick||Centennial||Coulee Region/NAHL|
|Sept. 29||Mason Bergh||Eden Prairie||Chicago/USHL|