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Month: February 2017

MAP North Player Spotlight: Creighton McMahon

Creighton McMahon had a very good year in his first varsity season. The sophomore tied for the lead in goals with 18 goals and added 13 assists with the Spring Lake Park Panthers. Creighton started with us as a Tier 1 (1st year bantam). When you first meet Creighton you notice a few things; he loves hockey, is always looking to improve his game, and he has a knack for scoring goals. This off-season Creighton made some noise making it all the way to the USA Hockey National Boys Select 15 Camp...
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Players to Watch | HS Section Playoffs

For our second edition in this year's PTW, top performers from the Varsity level will be featured. There is something to be said about the atmosphere of a playoff game in which the loser's season is over. With everything on the line, you can truly see what a player is made of. And when it comes down to those game-breaking moments, these are the players that will make the difference. Following their seasons, each of these boys will be hard at work to push their game along even further at t...
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Players to Watch | Bantam District Playoffs

Playoff season is upon us, and the excitement in the hockey community has grown in anticipation. The postseason is an amazing opportunity for players to showcase their abilities and prove their worth. 'Players to Watch' is an article series that will kick off by spotlighting players from different levels and stages of playoff hockey in Minnesota. These players are members at our South Campus, and are all coming off of remarkably strong campaigns during the regular season. The...
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ABOUT MAP HOCKEY

The Minnesota Advancement Program (MAP) is the Elite division within FHIT Hockey. The MAP was created for individuals who want to compete alongside elite players and be challenged by elite coaches. We develop hockey players during the eight months outside of the high school season and mentor, scout, and recruit players during the four months of the high school season. Learn more about our programs by clicking here.
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