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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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MAP North Campus announces 2016 Players of the Year

The Minnesota Advancement Program (MAP) North Campus is proud to announce its Players of the Year for the 2016 training season. As chosen by our staff, these members exceeded expectations and consistently performed at a high level on and off the ice. Several key areas, among others, that these players excelled in are: skills and game play improvement, on-ice games performance, off-ice development and growth, work ethic and coachability, attitude and focus, and passion for the game. Our staff as ...
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MAP North Player Spotlight: Sam Hentges

Sam Hentges is quietly having a very good senior year. In 13 games he is leading the Totino Grace Eagles with 21 goals and 11 assists. The 21 goals is tied for 6th in goal scoring for the whole Minnesota State High School Hockey League. This last spring, Sam and a few of the MAP directors sat down to talk about him putting in the work to really improve his game. Sam has always been very skilled and had a very high hockey IQ, but really needed to hit the weight room hard. Sam was 140 pounds s...
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MAP South Campus announces 2016 Players of the Year

The Minnesota Advancement Program (MAP) South Campus is proud to announce its Players of the Year for the 2016 training season. As chosen by our staff, these members exceeded expectations and consistently performed at a high level on and off the ice. Several key areas, among others, that these players excelled in are: skills and game play improvement, on-ice games performance, off-ice development and growth, work ethic and coachability, attitude and focus, and passion for the game. Our staff as ...
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