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4-Pack Players of the Day

By Muscle Milk, 03/07/13, 2:30PM CST


The Class 1A players of the day, presented by Muscle Milk

F - Kolton Aubol, East Grand Forks
The senior forward scored the Green Wave's first two goals to help East Grand Forks to a 3-2 win over Rochester Lourdes Wednesday night. Aubol averaged a point per game during the regular season and came up big for the Green Wave in the state quarterfinals.

D-Jack Dougherty, St. Thomas Academy
Jack Dougherty's four assists were just two shy of tying the state tournament single-game record in St. Thomas Academy's rout over St. Cloud Apollo Wednesday evening. The dynamic defenseman showcased skill and shutdown ability as a junior with a bright future.

F-Chris Benson, Hermantown
Senior Chris Benson led the Hawks in scoring this season and he continued that trend Wednesday afternoon in Hermantown's 3-0 shutout over Duluth Marshall. Benson factored in all three goals, notching two assists in the second period and scoring the final goal in the third.

F - Chase Ellingson, Breck
Just a freshman, Chase Ellingson scored a goal and an assist while registering a plus-3 rating as Breck beat Marshall 6-1 Wednesday afternoon. His goal was a backbreaker that made it 4-1 in the second after Marshall started gaining momentum. As a member of the third line, Ellingson shows just how deep Breck’s lineup is.

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