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Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year Contest 2021-22!

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Voting for the 2021-22 Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year contest - sponsored by Warrior Sports has ended! Thanks to all of our 2022 contestants who had a great season, our "Frozen" Final Four below, and our Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year Award winner - Peter Rosa of Birmingham Brother Rice!!

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Alex Mazzuca

Salem | Position: Forward | Senior

"Tremendous 200 foot player. Plays a heavy game that is difficult to defend. Captain, fantastic student and leader." Ryan Ossenmacher, Salem Head Coach/Head Coach Team Michigan Seniors. Final Season Stats - 20 goals, 26 assists, 46 points
Alex Mazzuca
3,310

Billy VanSumeren

Midland Dow | Position: Forward | Senior

The first thing you notice about Billy is just how big he is. You expect to see a typical “power forward” type player, but he is so much more than that. Billy is dangerous with the puck and a threat to score from anywhere in the offensive zone. For how big he is he is extremely slippery and is great with the puck in tight spaces. He always seems to be in the right place at the right time to score a goal. -Kyle Zagata Saline Head Coach/Team Michigan Coach/Evaluator Stats through March 5th - 40 goals, 28 assists, 68 points
Billy VanSumeren
2,078

Nick Baker

Brighton | Position: Forward | Senior

"He's a guy that other teams have to be aware of when he is on the ice."
Nick Baker
1,424

Peter Rosa

Brother Rice | Position: Forward | Junior

"Peter was an integral part of last years State Championship team as a sophomore, and should lead our team again. He is the 3rd Rosa brother to serve as Captain for Brother Rice. Being a Junior Captain is rare in our program, but it says a lot about the maturity and dedication that he brings to our team-coupled with his high level skill set, its what makes Peter a highly regarded prospect for Coaches at the next level." - Kenny Chaput, Head Coach Brother Rice. Stats through March 5th - 26 goals, 18 assists, 44 points
Peter Rosa
770