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2014 High School All-Star Hockey Series Roster

Updated: 02/28/2014 5:34 PM
Created: 02/28/2014 5:07 PM WDIO.com

The rosters for the 15th annual St. Lukes Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine High School All-Star Hockey series were announced on Friday, February 28. 

The series will match the best high school hockey players from the Duluth area against the best of the Iron Range/Northern Minnesota.  The teams will play a two game series to be held on March 11th and 12th, immediately following the Minnesota State High School League State Tournament.

The first game of the series will be on Tuesday, March 11 at the AMSOIL Arena in Duluth, followed by the final game in at the IRA Civic Center in Grand Rapids on Wednesday, March 12. Tickets for both games will be available at the door.

DULUTH

# Name Town POS
2 Nick Thompson Denfeld D
3 Scott Wasbotten Hermantown F
4 Ryan Kero Hermantown F
5 Nate Pionk Hermantown F
7 Alex Trapp Duluth East D
10 Phil Beaulieu Duluth East D
11 Steven MacIver Denfeld F
12 Luke Pavelich Marshall F
13 Zach Kramer Hermantown D
14 Reid Lemker Denfeld F
15 Kyle Jones Marshall D
16 Ryan Lind CEC D
20 Aaron Miller Superior F
22 Jack Kolar Duluth East F
24 James Newgren CEC G
31 Zack Strom CEC G
33 Jace Thomas Hermantown G
Head Coach Dave Esse CEC  

Iron Range

2 Michael Forseth Bemidji D
3 Dylan Pechovnik Hibbing D
4 Chris Pohlkamp Brainerd D
5 Jake Leitner Bemidji F
6 Ty Birdsall Hibbing F
7 Daulton Anderson Grand Rapids D
8 Andy Callister Virginia D
9 Gus Karkinen Eveleth F
10 Cole Smith Brainerd F
11 Elias Mangni Grand Rapids F
12 Travis Kemp Virginia F
13 Logan Rivard Brainerd F
14 Eric Riihinen Hibbing D
15 Colton Anderson Virginia F
16 Mitchell Huffman Eveleth F
31 Lucas Murray Virginia G
33 Hunter Shepard Grand Rapids G
Head Coach TBD    

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