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BOYS HOCKEY

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JT Veney was the second-leading scorer on John Marshall's boys hockey team last winter as a sophomore and as a defenseman. He'll be back with the Rockets this winter, but first, he has earned a roster spot in the prestigious Upper Midwest High School Elite League.
Andrew Wilcox (2005) and Bryce Wilcox (2007) both graduated from Century High School, where they played on boys hockey teams that reached the state tournament. The brothers now hope to help Dodge County get back to state as the program's new co-head coaches.
More than three dozen players from southeastern Minnesota have been named to rosters for next week's Minnesota Hockey High Performance Festivals.
A look at the athletes who were named to all-conference teams in basketball, hockey and wrestling in southeastern Minnesota.
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Rochester Lourdes senior defenseman Charlie Kielty was a leader on and off the ice for the Eagles. He led the team in scoring and had the ability to be a game-changer. He also matured into an emotional leader over his three years with the team. For all those reasons, he's the 2021-22 Post Bulletin All-Area boys hockey Player of the Year.
There were 24 players in southeastern Minnesota this season who recorded 25 or more points. That, coupled with some standout goaltenders, made for difficult decisions when selecting the 2021-22 Post Bulletin All-Area Boys Hockey Team. And for the first time ever, we name an Adapted Floor Hockey Player of the Year.

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The 18,950 fans witnessed an evenly matched pair of Northwest Suburban conference foes, with Andover (25-5-1) and Maple Grove (23-7-1) providing a high-octane track meet that featured disallowed goals, missed rebounds, bone-crunching hits, dramatic saves and a shot that rang off the crossbar and goalpost.
Sixteen teams will converge on St. Paul and the Xcel Energy Center this week for the Minnesota high school boys hockey state tournament. Here's a look at all 16 teams and some of the players to watch this week.
Josh Storm narrowly missed out on the opportunity to play in a state tournament during his high school days. Thursday, he helped guide Lakeville South to its fourth consecutive Section 1AA boys hockey hockey championship and a spot in next week's Class AA state tournament.

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