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Alumni of the Week

Alumni of the Week

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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Nate Flynn

Augsburg (MIAC)


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Nate Flynn (Augsburg/MIAC), F, 5-10, 165, Hastings, Minn. (Hastings High School)

Augsburg snapped a seven-game losing streak to St. Thomas behind a hat trick from Flynn, which included the game-winning goal in the third period, which earned the Auggies' rookie the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men's hockey Athlete-of-the-Week award.

After dropping a 5-0 decision on the Tommies' home ice, Friday, Flynn and company had a strong answer the next night in Minneapolis.

He scored his first goal late in the second period to tie it up at 2-2, they put Augsburg up 35 seconds into the third and cemented his hat trick - and the 4-3 win - when he scored again at the 11:24 mark. It was the rookie's first career hat trick and his fifth, sixth and seventh goals of the season.

A three-year varsity player at Hastings, Flynn earned honorable mention all-conference honors as a sophomore and served as a team captain as a junior and senior, earning all-conference honors both seasons and the Suburban East Conference Player of the Year Award in 2012.

Following his high school career, Flynn spent two seasons in the North American Hockey League before matriculating to Augsburg this season, where he is fourth among MIAC freshmen in goal-scoring.


Nate Flynn's first career hat trick led Augsburg to a 4-3 win over MIAC leader St. Thomas.

2013-14 Alumni of the Week Honorees

Sept. 22 Adam Lovick Centennial Coulee Region/NAHL
Sept. 29 Mason Bergh Eden Prairie Chicago/USHL
Oct. 6 Dylan Steman Maple Grove Michigan Tech/WCHA
Oct. 13 Spencer Naas Benilde-St. Margaret's Connecticut/HEA
Oct. 20 Sam Becker Hill-Murray Minnesota Magicians/NAHL
Oct. 27 Mitch McLain Brainerd Bowling Green/WCHA
Nov. 3 Justin Kloos Lakeville South Minnesota/Big Ten
Nov. 10 Travis Morin Osseo Texas/AHL
Nov. 17 Alex Lyons Lake of the Woods Yale/ECACHL
Nov. 24 Charlie Adams Mahtomedi Hamline/MIAC
Dec. 1 Jim Kruger Minnetonka Dartmouth/ECACHL
Dec. 8 None Selected
Dec. 15 None Selected
Dec. 22 None Selected
Dec. 29 None Selected
Jan. 5 Kyle Rau Eden Prairie Minnesota/Big Ten
Jan. 12 David Backes Spring Lake Park St. Louis/NHL
Jan. 19 Avery Peterson Grand Rapids Nebraska-Omaha/NCHC
Jan. 26 Michael Bitzer Moorhead Bemidji State/WCHA
Feb. 2 Nate Flynn Hastings Augsburg/MIAC