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LPHPL Players of the Week (Week 3)

 

02 Boys

 

03 Boys

 

02 Girls

 

03 Girls

 

 

Let's Play Hockey Premier League Players of the Week

Week 1

02 Boys

F Finn Hoops (Green)

D Johnny Devoe (Gold)

G Bennet Weestrand (Grey)

 

03 Boys

F Jackson Borst (Gold)

D Kevin Enrinquez (Gold)

G Dominic Cook (Green)

 

02 Girls

F Ellie Alvarez (Red)

D Mia Van der heides (Red)

G Ashlea Arvidson (Gold)

 

03 Girls

F Grace Kuipers (Green)

D Elanor Winges (Blue)

G Hanna Skavnak (Gold)

 

 

Week 2

02 Boys

F Ryan Mulrenin (Red)

D Matt Kochanow (Grey)

G Austin Carlson (Blue)

 

03 Boys

F Marc Lund (Green)

D Keaton Rannow (Green)

G Quentin Sigurdson (Blue)

 

02 Girls

F Ava Stinnet (Blue)

D Hailey Mattson (Green)

G Amelia Julian (Blue)

 

03 Girls

F Liberty Fettig (Gold)

D Dylan Grilz (Blue)

G Hannah Skavnak (Gold)

 

 

Week 3

02 Boys

F Jack Reimann (Green)

D Adam Johnson (Red)

G Tyler Steffens (Red)

 

03 Boys

F Cole Antcliff (Green)

D Isaac Leeman (Grey)

G Hobie Hedquist (Black)

 

02 Girls

F Bridget McGuire (Red)

D Abby Nelson (Gold)

G Paige Paulos (Red)

 

03 Girls

F Kate Lee-Gilligan (Blue)

D Erika Girard (Gold)

G Mackenzie Gibson (Green)

This week's cover: July 9, 2015

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Going camping with the Miracle on Ice

 

By Amy Alt

If you were born in Northern Minnesota and your birthday falls on Feb. 22, it may just be destined that you will love hockey. That’s the case for Joe Seppa, who was born exactly four years after the USA’s victory over the Russians at the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, N.Y.

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Keeping a hockey journal

 

By Kevin Hartzell
Let’s Play Hockey Columnist

Are you journaling? If you are not, it is one of the very first things I suggest you consider as you begin your new season of self-improvement and development.

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How to fake a shot

 

By Kim McCullough, M.Sc, YCS

You’ve heard the term, “Fake it until you make it” before, right? Well, players need to use a lot more fakes before they make their plays on the ice if they want to get to, and excel at, the next level. You want to be completely unpredictable to your opponents. If they know what you’re going to do, it’s much easier to stop you.

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