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The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by The Exiled One » Tue Dec 17, 2019 1:19 pm

I think Teak used to manage this thread. Feel free to take it over if you like. Here are the first four...

17 pts - Jayson Shaugabay - Warroad
15 pts - Max Krebsbach - Mound Westonka
12 pts - Matt Filippi - Little Falls
12 pts - Tyler Hennen - Kittson Central

Anybody who wants to take over at 11 pts and fewer, have at her.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by WestMetro » Tue Dec 17, 2019 4:06 pm

Heres a few I followed in Bantam Elite League and/or Blades

Name Games Goals Assists Points

Jimmy Snuggerud Chaska 7 7 4 11
Oliver Moore TG 7 1 9 10
Jimmy Clark Edina 5 4 2 6
Landon Gunderson MG 6 1 4 5
Charlie Stramel Rosemount 7 3 1 4

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by WestMetro » Tue Dec 24, 2019 9:39 am

Updated data from Doug Hagen at Follow the Puck website

# Name and School Position Grade Games Goals Assts Poins Ave Section College

## Oliver Moore Totino-Grace C 9 9 2 15 17 1.89 5AA
33 Jimmy Snuggerud Chaska F 9 10 9 6 15 1.50 2AA
79 Austin Burnevik Totino-Grace W 9 9 4 8 12 1.33 5AA
101 Eli Miller Lakeville South F 9 7 8 2 10 1.43 1AA
142 Jimmy Clark Edina F 9 8 5 4 9 1.12 6AA
169 Ty Tuccitto Stillwater F 9 8 2 6 8 1.00 4AA
171 Bryce Laager Blaine F 9 7 3 5 8 1.14 5AA
186 Simon Houge Cretin-Derham D 9 8 0 8 8 1.00 6AA
202 Tanner Ludtke Lakeville South F 9 7 2 5 7 1.00 1AA Nebraska-Omaha
210 Charlie Stramel Rosemount F 9 9 3 4 7 0.78 3AA

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 11:33 am

Wow, The Exiled One, you were reading my mind. I saw a comment about Shaugabay having a lot of points for being a freshman and it brought me back to the frosh scoring threads that I used to put together. I got some cr@p for that along the way. There were a few years when a Luverne frosh (or 8th grader) led the way (Chaz Smedsrud, Jaxon Nelson) and some posters couldn't accept that, blaming Luverne's schedule when the players have NOTHING to do with the schedule. Southern hockey is improving, but still trails the metro, central, and northern Minnesota for talent pools.

I am still a bit surprised by Mound Westonka. They came down to Marshall for the T-giving tourney and lost to both Fargo Davies (not surprising) and Pine City Area (surprising). But they have now beaten both Hutchinson and Litchfield, who are the top dogs in Section 3A.

Anway, with some down time this Christmas and New Years break, I might take you up on the offer to get the frosh scoring thread going again. It was always interesting to see who "broke out" during their 9th grade year.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:30 pm

Okay, here goes.

I started with the 'A' and 'B' schools, checking each roster for 9th or 8th graders. Then I start putting a list together, slowly. Eventually, we will get a comprehensive list that doesn't leave out any school or any player. I also remember using the % of a team's goals that a player is involved with (goals+assists/team goals) to determine how valuable they are to their team, not necessarily NHL scouts or D1 college coaches.

So far, just from the A & B schools.

(Games) Goals-Assists
8 points
Bryce Laager - Blaine (7) 3-5
5 points
Isaac Schermerhorn - Bagley-Fosston (7) 2-3
4 points
Carter Ranning - Apple Valley (8) 2-2
3 points
Jack Bartfield - AHA (7) 0-3

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:56 pm

Adding in the 'C' schools. See how the list grows. =D>

(Games) Goals-Assists (% involvement in team goals)
15 points
Jimmy Snuggerud - Chaska (10) 9-6
8 points
Bryce Laager - Blaine (7) 3-5
Simon Houge - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 0-8
6 points
Jack Doda - Crookston (8) 4-2 (60%)
5 points
Isaac Schermerhorn - Bagley-Fosston (7) 2-3
Jake Fisher - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-3
4 points
Carter Ranning - Apple Valley (8) 2-2
Devin Cardenas - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-2
Alex Longoria - Crookston (8) 1-3
Mathias Bosch - Chanhassen (10) 0-4
3 points
Caden Morgan - Breck (8) 2-1
Jack Bartfield - AHA (7) 0-3

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:18 pm

After adding in the 'D' and 'E' schools.

(Games) Goals - Assists
15 points
Jimmy Snuggerud - Chaska (10) 9-6
9 points
Jimmy Clark - Edina (8) 5-4
8 points
Bryce Laager - Blaine (7) 3-5
Simon Houge - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 0-8
6 points
Jack Doda - Crookston (8) 4-2 (60%)
Jaksen Panzer - East Grand Forks (8) 3-3
5 points
Isaac Schermerhorn - Bagley-Fosston (7) 2-3
Jake Fisher - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-3
4 points
Carter Ranning - Apple Valley (8) 2-2
Cayden Casey - Elk River (10) 2-2
Devin Cardenas - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-2
Alex Longoria - Crookston (8) 1-3
Mathias Bosch - Chanhassen (10) 0-4
3 points
Caden Morgan - Breck (8) 2-1
Jack Bartfield - AHA (7) 0-3

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Stang5280 » Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:51 pm

So we have a Cayden and a Caden. Whatever happened to names like Bob or Tom? :wink:

Caden Morgan is an impressive young defenseman for Breck. He played in the top levels of the Edina youth system and is a smooth, strong skater. Morgan is one of the few good young players on that team.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 2:11 pm

And up through the 'L' schools. A La Crescent-Hokah player is the highest-scoring 8th grader on the list so far. Still have the 'M' to 'Z' schools to go.

(Games) Goals - Assists
18 points
Tyler Hennen - Kittson CC (8) 5-13
15 points
Jimmy Snuggerud - Chaska (10) 9-6
13 points
Wyatt Farrell 8th - LaCrescent (9) 9-4
Matt Filippi - Little Falls (11) 6-7
10 points
Eli Miller - Lakeville South (7) 8-2
9 points
Jimmy Clark - Edina (8) 5-4
Max VonKlinggraeff - Gentry (10) 3-6
Hayden Olsonawski - Kittson CC (8) 2-7
8 points
Bryce Laager - Blaine (7) 3-5
Simon Houge - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 0-8
7 points
Isaac Johnson - Fergus Falls (10) 3-4 (33%)
Tanner Ludtke - Lakeville South (7) 2-5
6 points
Jack Doda - Crookston (8) 4-2 (60%)
Jaksen Panzer - East Grand Forks (8) 3-3
5 points
Isaac Schermerhorn - Bagley-Fosston (7) 2-3
Jake Fisher - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-3
4 points
Carter Ranning - Apple Valley (8) 2-2
Cayden Casey - Elk River (10) 2-2
Devin Cardenas - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-2
Casey Ball - Henry Sibley (8) 1-3
Alex Longoria - Crookston (8) 1-3
Louis DeGiulio - Hopkins (9) 1-3
Mathias Bosch - Chanhassen (10) 0-4
3 points
Brock Behrend - Luverne (8) 3-0
Caden Morgan - Breck (8) 2-1
Cooper Carlson - LaCrescent (9) 1-2
Jack Bartfield - AHA (7) 0-3
Nolan Hyland - Gentry Academy (10) 0-3
Ethan Hanson - Kittson CC (8) 0-3
Ashton Dahms - Lakeville South (7) 0-3
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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 2:12 pm

Stang5280 wrote:
Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:51 pm
So we have a Cayden and a Caden. Whatever happened to names like Bob or Tom? :wink:

Caden Morgan is an impressive young defenseman for Breck. He played in the top levels of the Edina youth system and is a smooth, strong skater. Morgan is one of the few good young players on that team.
Yes, going through all of these names I am struck by the exits of the Jims and Bobs, and entries of the Caydens, Cadens, and etc.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 2:40 pm

Up through the 'M' schools. N-Z to follow, after a break.

(Games) Goals - Assists
18 points
Max Krebsbach - Mound-Westonka (12) 13-5
Tyler Hennen - Kittson CC (8) 5-13
15 points
Jimmy Snuggerud - Chaska (10) 9-6
13 points
Wyatt Farrell 8th - LaCrescent (9) 9-4
Matt Filippi - Little Falls (11) 6-7
10 points
Eli Miller - Lakeville South (7) 8-2
9 points
Jimmy Clark - Edina (8) 5-4
Max VonKlinggraeff - Gentry (10) 3-6
Hayden Olsonawski - Kittson CC (8) 2-7
8 points
Bryce Laager - Blaine (7) 3-5
Simon Houge - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 0-8
7 points
Isaac Johnson - Fergus Falls (10) 3-4 (33%)
Tanner Ludtke - Lakeville South (7) 2-5
6 points
Jack Doda - Crookston (8) 4-2 (60%)
Jaksen Panzer - East Grand Forks (8) 3-3
Kaleb Breuer 8th - Morris-Benson (9) 3-3
5 points
Isaac Schermerhorn - Bagley-Fosston (7) 2-3
Jake Fisher - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-3
Landen Gunderson - Maple Grove (7) 1-4
4 points
Carter Ranning - Apple Valley (8) 2-2
Cayden Casey - Elk River (10) 2-2
Devin Cardenas - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-2
Drew Pitts - Minneapolis (9) 2-2
Zach Lebens - Mankato East (8) 2-2
Casey Ball - Henry Sibley (8) 1-3
Alex Longoria - Crookston (8) 1-3
Louis DeGiulio - Hopkins (9) 1-3
Mathias Bosch - Chanhassen (10) 0-4
3 points
Brock Behrend - Luverne (8) 3-0
Caden Morgan - Breck (8) 2-1
Cooper Carlson - LaCrescent (9) 1-2
Jack Bartfield - AHA (7) 0-3
Nolan Hyland - Gentry Academy (10) 0-3
Ethan Hanson - Kittson CC (8) 0-3
Ashton Dahms - Lakeville South (7) 0-3
Shea Gavin - Mankato East (9) 0-3

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:30 pm

And here is the full list as of December 24. The only squad that I couldn't check was Willmar since they do not list the players' grade (year in school) on their roster. [-X

(Games) Goals - Assists
22 points
Jayson Shaugabay – Warroad (8) 6-16
18 points
Max Krebsbach - Mound-Westonka (12) 13-5
Tyler Hennen - Kittson CC (8) 5-13
17 points
Oliver Moore – Totino-Grace (9) 2-15
15 points
Jimmy Snuggerud - Chaska (10) 9-6
14 points
Eli Fletcher – Prairie Centre (8) 12-2 (67%)
13 points
Wyatt Farrell 8th - LaCrescent (9) 9-4
Matt Filippi - Little Falls (11) 6-7
12 points
Evan Girdler – Red Lake Falls (9) 5-7
Austin Burnevik – Totino-Grace (9) 4-8
10 points
Eli Miller - Lakeville South (7) 8-2
Bradley Walker – Orono (9) 5-5
9 points
Jimmy Clark - Edina (8) 5-4
Max VonKlinggraeff - Gentry (10) 3-6
Hayden Olsonawski - Kittson CC (8) 2-7
8 points
Bryce Laager - Blaine (7) 3-5
Ty Tuccitto – Stillwater (8) 2-6
Simon Houge - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 0-8
7 points
Isaac Johnson - Fergus Falls (10) 3-4 (33%)
Charlie Stramel – Rosemount (9) 3-4
Kyle Ahlschlager – Waseca (9) 2-5
Tanner Ludtke - Lakeville South (7) 2-5
6 points
Jack Doda - Crookston (8) 4-2 (60%)
Jaksen Panzer - East Grand Forks (8) 3-3
Kaleb Breuer 8th - Morris-Benson (9) 3-3
Tory Lund – Sartell (7) 3-3
Joey Hillukka – Park Rapids (7) 2-4
5 points
Isaac Schermerhorn - Bagley-Fosston (7) 2-3
Jake Fisher - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-3
Landen Gunderson - Maple Grove (7) 1-4
4 points
George Peltier – St. Paul Academy (9) 3-1
Carter Ranning - Apple Valley (8) 2-2
Cayden Casey - Elk River (10) 2-2
Devin Cardenas - Cretin-Derham Hall (8) 2-2
Drew Pitts - Minneapolis (9) 2-2
Zach Lebens - Mankato East (8) 2-2
Owen Dubois – St. Francis (8) 1-3
Casey Ball - Henry Sibley (8) 1-3
Alex Longoria - Crookston (8) 1-3
Louis DeGiulio - Hopkins (9) 1-3
Brady Espenson – Windom (8) 1-3
Mathias Bosch - Chanhassen (10) 0-4
3 points
Brock Behrend - Luverne (8) 3-0
Caden Morgan - Breck (8) 2-1
Luke Sawicky – Osseo (7) 2-1
Parker Comstock – Sartell (7) 1-2
Cooper Carlson - LaCrescent (9) 1-2
Jack Bartfield - AHA (7) 0-3
Nolan Hyland - Gentry Academy (10) 0-3
Ethan Hanson - Kittson CC (8) 0-3
Ashton Dahms - Lakeville South (7) 0-3
Shea Gavin - Mankato East (9) 0-3
McCoy Leger – Pine City Area (10) 0-3

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:32 pm

The most interesting name that I came across was that of Gaabi Boucha of Warroad. Henry's grandson?

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Thu Dec 26, 2019 5:56 pm

I watched Lakeville South beat Elk River 6-0 with frosh Eli Miller and Ashton Dahms each picking up a goal.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Teak » Sat Dec 28, 2019 2:08 pm

Kittson Central downed Windom 9-3 in a North vs South battle. Tyler Hennen (g, 2a) and Hayden Olsonawski (a) got points for KC and Brady Espenson (a) for Windom.

Snuggerud got a goal and 3 assists in a 5-4 Chaska win over Prior Lake, and a single goal in a 5-4 loss to Eden Prairie.

Eighth grader Wyatt Farrell scored 2 of La Cresent's 3 goals in a loss to Austin.

Top point totals:

(Games) Goals-Assists (% involvement in team goals)
22 points
Jayson Shaugabay – Warroad (8) 6-16
21 points
Tyler Hennen - Kittson CC (9) 6-15
20 points
Jimmy Snuggerud - Chaska (12) 11-9
18 points
Max Krebsbach - Mound-Westonka (12) 13-5
17 points
Oliver Moore – Totino-Grace (11) 2-15
15 points
Eli Fletcher – Prairie Centre (9) 13-2 (65%)
Wyatt Farrell 8th - LaCrescent (10) 11-4 (41%)

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by WestMetro » Sat Dec 28, 2019 5:24 pm

Clark took a heavy hit and was out for 3rd period against Chaska

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Trout » Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:52 pm

I am not much of a fan of having Freshman on varsity (especially in AA where many of those teams would have the depth to avoid it but there are always a few who belong) Now that the season is drawing to an end which of these guys has proven they belong with the big boys in AA?

From what I saw this year top guys who surely belong include:

Snuggerud, Clark, Tuccitto, Luedke.

Others?

Haven't seen him but Oliver Moore is putting up some numbers for Totino so I assume 30pts on varsity means he belongs.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by InThePipes » Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:56 pm

Trout wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:52 pm
I am not much of a fan of having Freshman on varsity (especially in AA where many of those teams would have the depth to avoid it but there are always a few who belong) Now that the season is drawing to an end which of these guys has proven they belong with the big boys in AA?

From what I saw this year top guys who surely belong include:

Snuggerud, Clark, Tuccitto, Luedke.

Others?

Haven't seen him but Oliver Moore is putting up some numbers for Totino so I assume 30pts on varsity means he belongs.
For the most part I agree with your statement. Charlie Stramel from Rosemount is another who definitely fits in.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by WestMetro » Mon Feb 10, 2020 6:05 pm

Landon Gunderson of Maple Grove had a respectable freshman year

If you for sure want to see JImmy Snuggerud in person, you better get to see him in the next few weeks, because guessing he will get the call from NTDP and he may be an early depart.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by The Exiled One » Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:15 pm

Trout wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:52 pm
I am not much of a fan of having Freshman on varsity (especially in AA where many of those teams would have the depth to avoid it but there are always a few who belong) Now that the season is drawing to an end which of these guys has proven they belong with the big boys in AA?

From what I saw this year top guys who surely belong include:

Snuggerud, Clark, Tuccitto, Luedke.

Others?

Haven't seen him but Oliver Moore is putting up some numbers for Totino so I assume 30pts on varsity means he belongs.
Going just by stats, these guys plus Stramel and Gunderson are all at least top eight in team scoring. There are a couple of AA freshmen who have more points but are lower in team scoring, like Laager for Blaine or Jake Fisher for CDH.

Speaking of CDH, freshman Simon Houge is eighth in team scoring as a defenseman. That portends well.

Other AA freshmen of note include Cayden Casey (fifth in team scoring for Elk River) and Luke Sawicky (fourth in team scoring for Osseo).

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by The Exiled One » Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:22 pm

For class A, the ones I think demand to be noticed are Shaugabay, Bradley Walker from Orono, Max Krebsback from Mound Westonka, Jaksen Panzer from EGF, defenseman Caden Morgan from Breck, and 8th grader Wyatt Farrell from La Crescent who is leading his team in goals and points.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by WestMetro » Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:48 pm

Thats a good looking A Class freshman list Exiled One. Just watching Schaugabay on Hockey Day FSN and twice on livestream, seems he has incredible high end potential.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by ted2you » Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:34 am

Watched the stream of EGF-SCC Jaksen Panzer (18 goals) he looked like he was the best player on EGF. He was definitely not outplayed by the SCC top line. He is going to be fun to watch!

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by USA218 » Mon Feb 17, 2020 9:40 am

ted2you wrote:
Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:34 am
Watched the stream of EGF-SCC Jaksen Panzer (18 goals) he looked like he was the best player on EGF. He was definitely not outplayed by the SCC top line. He is going to be fun to watch!
I was at the game. He was the best player, not only on EGF, but on the ice. Seen him play several times this year and is a fun player to watch.

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Re: The 2019-2020 Freshman Scoring Thread

Post by Stang5280 » Mon Feb 17, 2020 1:09 pm

USA218 wrote:
Mon Feb 17, 2020 9:40 am
ted2you wrote:
Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:34 am
Watched the stream of EGF-SCC Jaksen Panzer (18 goals) he looked like he was the best player on EGF. He was definitely not outplayed by the SCC top line. He is going to be fun to watch!
I was at the game. He was the best player, not only on EGF, but on the ice. Seen him play several times this year and is a fun player to watch.
Panzer really improved by leaps and bounds during the season. I recall watching EGF against Orono in the first game of the year, and Panzer was a non-factor, looking a bit overwhelmed. By mid-season he had become an important cog in the lineup, and he was absolutely dominant Saturday like you stated. Panzer definitely has a bright future ahead.

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