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Jake Jaremko of Elk River/Zimmerman was selected as the Mr. Hockey recipient on Sunday at the St. Paul RiverCentre. The award goes to the top senior skater in Minnesota.
In its 31st year, the award was presented by the Minnesota Minute Men. The selection was made by a committee of National Hockey League Scouts, Junior scouts/coaches and select media members from around the state.
Jaremko, a member of the Star Tribune All-Metro team, led the Elks to the Class 2A, Section 7 championship game. He scored 25 goals and added 54 assists. He is committed to Minnesota State.
Jaremko was selected from a group of finalists: Jack Ahcan (Burnsville), Will Borgen (Moorhead), Dixon Bowen (East Grand Forks), Dylan Malmquist (Edina), Jack Poehling (Lakeville North), Nick Poehling (Lakeville North) Jack Sadek (Lakeville North), Peter Tufto (St. Thomas Academy) and Christiano Versich (St. Thomas Academy).
Also on Sunday, Dyllan Lubbesmeyer of Burnsville won the Frank Brimsek Award in recognition of the state’s top senior goaltender. Stephen Headrick of Breck was the other finalist.
To all High School Boys Hockey Parents, Current and Upcoming:
Our BLC, non-profit organization, has the following positions open:
Vice President - 2015
Secretary - 2015
Fundraising Coordinator - 2015 (Co-coordinator still on board)
Membership Coordinator - 2015 (Co-coordinator still on board)
II. PURPOSE OF THE ORGANIZATION:
Assist in payment of assistant coaches
Assist in transportation and lodging costs of players
Assist in upgrading of transportation for the team for long distance travel
To organize and provide an annual team program available to the public at home games by selling advertising space and obtaining photos of players, managers and coaches.
To provide financial assistance (if approved by the club) for items such as uniforms, equipment and supplies.
The term of each position will be for a minimum of two years. The TERM begins in April and ends in March of each year.
*If you are interested in getting involved and participating in any of these volunteer positions, please contact Teresa Bouten at email@example.com by March 15th, in order to get on the ballot by the March 23rd meeting. The elections are for vote by all current members of the BLC association (current player parents). All members of the BLC association (current & upcoming player parents) are welcome to attend each monthly meeting held at the ERHS Community Room 105 at 6:30pm.
The Minnesota Minute Men announced today the Top Ten Candidates for the 31st Annual Mr. Hockey Award are: Jack Ahcan (Burnsville), Will Borgen (Moorhead), Dixon Bowen (East Grand Forks), Jake Jaremko (Elk River), Dylan Malmquist (Edina), Jack Poehling (Lakeville North), Nick Poehling (Lakeville North), Jack Sadek (Lakeville North), Peter Tufto (Saint Thomas Academy) and Christiano Versich (Saint Thomas Academy). The Minnesota Minute Men also announced today that Stephen Headrick (Breck) and Dyllan Lubbesmeyer (Burnsville) are the finalists for The Frank Brimsek Award, in recognition of the state’s top senior goaltender.
The 31st annual Mr. Hockey Awards Banquet will be held at noon on Sunday, March 8 at the Grand Ballroom at RiverCentre (175 Kellogg Boulevard). The Minnesota State High School League Boys’ Hockey Tournament will be held at Xcel Energy Center and Mariucci Arena, March 4-7. The Minnesota Wild sponsor the Mr. Hockey Awards Banquet. The Mr. Hockey Award is hosted, coordinated, and presented by the Minnesota Minute Men.
The Mr. Hockey Award is given to the outstanding senior high school boys’ hockey player in the state of Minnesota and is selected by a panel of National Hockey League Scouts, Junior Scouts/Coaches and selected media members from around the state. Three other awards will be presented at the banquet: The Frank Brimsek Award, The John Mariucci Award, given to the Class A and Class AA high school coaches of the year and The Cliff Thompson Award, presented to the “Old Timer Coach” of the year.
Previous Mr. Hockey Award winners are: Avery Peterson (2014), Grant Besse (2013), Justin Kloos (2012), Kyle Rau (2011), Nick Bjugstad (2010), Nick Leddy (2009), Aaron Ness (2008), Ryan McDonagh (2007), David Fischer (2006), Brian Lee (2005), Tom Gorowsky (2004), Nate Dey (2003), Gino Guyer (2002), Marty Sertich (2001), Paul Martin (2000), Jeff Taffe (1999), John Pohl (1998), Aaron Miskovich (1997), Dave Spehar (1996), Erik Rasmussen (1995), Mike Crowley (1994), Nick Checco (1993), Brian Bonin (1992), Darby Hendrickson (1991), Joe Dziedzic (1990), Trent Klatt (1989), Larry Olimb (1988), Kris Miller (1987), George Pelawa (1986) and Tom Chorske (1985).
Previous Frank Brimsek Award winners are: Hunter Shepard (2014), David Zevnik (2013), Michael Bitzer (2012), Alex Lyon (2011), Zane Gothberg (2010), Casey O’Connor (2009), Joe Phillippi (2008), Reid Ellingson (2007), Austin Lee (2006), Alec Richards (2005), Matt Lundin (2004), Jon Anderson (2003), Josh Johnson (2002), Eric Aarnio (2001), Jake Brant (2000), Adam Laaksonen (1999), Adam Coole (1998), Kyle Kolquist (1997), Karl Goehring (1996) and Todd Kelzenberg (1995).
Hockey fans and the general public are encouraged to purchase tickets and attend the Mr. Hockey Award Banquet. For more information and to purchase tickets to the Banquet visit here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dave Lovick (612-812-5168) or Terry LaValle (218-929-1151). Individual tickets are $35. Become a fan of theMr. Hockey Award on Facebook or follow the Mr. Hockey Award on Twitter.