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The Wall Award 2022-23!

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What time is it? Hockey Time! Voting for the 2022-23 Wall Award is ON! The Wall Award complements the Hockey Player of the Year contest, showcasing the best Michigan High School Goalie the state - also Sponsored by Warrior Hockey!

Unlike any other state-wide award, this is the only one that allows the Michigan fans to weigh in! The winner of the online vote is automatically entered into the Final “Frozen” Four, and their chances of winning is increased by 20%. To vote, please login/register with your social media account below, select the Goalie that you believe is having the best year in High School Hockey, and cast your vote!! Voting is limited to once every 3 minutes, so please refresh your browser after the allotted timeframe to cast another vote! By voting in the Wall Award contest, you agree to allow State Champs! Network and its affiliates to update you via email about news, sports events and special offers.

The criteria that will be used to select the 2022-23 Wall Award champion will be: 30% - Performance Throughout Season 20% - Level of Competition 20% - Online Vote 15% - Big Game Performance 10% - Team Success 5% - Highly Recruited Prospect. Throughout the season, our media analysts have been monitoring performance, updating player statistics and adding new candidates into the contest as their actual play and performance merits, with a goal of keeping the ten best hockey players on the board. Please check out the State Champs! Network’s Hockey Time Show - 3pm on Wednesdays on or your Streaming APP for the latest updates on the contest! Or stream it on our You Tube channel at

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And please keep an eye of for these players on our "Watch List" who may play their way into the contest!
Trent Goheen - Grand Rapids Catholic Central Junior
Jacob Haak - Grosse Pointe South Junior
Calum Hartner - Clarkston Sophomore
Brayden Ingram - Brother Rice Senior
Bryant Lee - Houghton Senior
Aiden Reamer - Bay Reps Senior
Jason Slicker - Lakeland Senior
Tyler Schroeder - Saline Junior
Caleb Woolery - Forest Hills Northern-Eastern Senior
Ben Vanderdonck - Warren De La Salle Senior

Mason West

Traverse City West | Position: Goalie | Senior

A 4 year starter, I had a few opposing coaches tell me he is not only an outstanding Goalie, but perhaps the most underrated player in the state overall. Stats through 1/15: 4-4-1 Record, 2.29 GAA, .935 SV%
Mason West

Riley Martin

Livonia Stevenson | Position: Goalie | Senior

Riley Martin has gotten better and better as the season has gone on. He has done a great job of identifying what he's needed to work on and has done just that. He has become the backbone of our team with his play. He has great technique and athletic ability that should transfer well to the next level. We are very lucky to have him guarding the net for Livonia Stevenson. David Mitchell, Livonia Stevenson Head Coach Stats through 1/15 12-3 Record, 1.62 GAA, .924 SV%
Riley Martin

Nick Kurtiak

Flint Powers | Position: Goalie | Senior

A 3 year starter, Kurtiak was spectacular last year with a 15-3-1 record and a goals against of 1.49. "Nick is a gifted goalie and despite his natural athleticism, he demand constant growth on a daily basis. Its been a pleasure to work with him, and watch him grow physically, mentally and emotionally," -Travis Perry, Flint Powers Head Coach. Stats through 1/15: 7-2 Record, 1.62 GAA, .930 SV%
Nick Kurtiak

Carson Mackenzie

Byron Center | Position: Goalie | Senior

Carson Mackenzie is the epitome of what you search for in a goaltender and then some. He is a voice and leader for our boys on and off the ice and has a standard that he will hold every player to, including himself. We couldn’t be happier to have his ability and leadership on this team. Jordan Steger, Byron Center Head Coach Stats through 1/15 10-0 Record, 1.13 GAA, .942 SV%
Carson Mackenzie

Ryan Rainey

Riverview Gabriel Richard | Position: Goalie | Junior

If it seems like he has been around forever, it is because he has. Now in his 3rd season with the Pioneers, Rainey is a big reason for a lot of their success in that time. Stats through 1/15: 8-5 Record, 2.66 GAA, .902 SV%
Ryan Rainey

Ryan Price

Livonia Churchill | Position: Goalie | Senior

Price is on our list for the 2nd straight year, and not only has he been stellar for the Chargers, but he has been a leader as well, wearing the "C" for Coach Jason Reynolds. Stats through 1/11: 7-5 Record, 2.67 GAA, .926 SV%
Ryan Price

Noah Miklos

Trenton | Position: Goalie | Junior

Miklos, and the Trojans got better as the year progressed and made a run all the way to the Division 2 finals at USA Hockey Arena. They look to take that final step in 22-23. Stats through 1/15: 7-1 Record, 1.60 GAA, .924 SV%
Noah Miklos

Levi Pennala

Brighton | Position: Goalie | Junior

Levi was one of a few sophomores for the Bulldogs that got hot at the right time, and carried that momentum all the way to the Division 1 finals last season. "Levi is a kid who makes up for his lack of size with a great work ethic and compete level. He really competes for every shot." -Kurt Kivisto, Brighton Head Coach. Photo Courtesy: Arrick Sports Stats through 1/15: 6-2 Record, 2.89 GAA, .885 SV%
Levi Pennala

Luca Naurato

Detroit Catholic Central | Position: Goalie | Senior

Very early in the season, if there was one goalie that opposing Coaches have been raving about, it's Naurato. He has stepped into the pressure cooker that is Shamrock hockey and been up to the task so far this season. Stats through 1/15: 7-0 Record, 0.64 GAA, .949 SV%
Luca Naurato

Aksel Loukus

Calumet | Position: Goalie | Senior

Loukus has made a claim on the "best goalie in the state" for the past 3 seasons, and he gives the Copper KIngs a chance to win every single night. Stats through 1/15: 3-8-1 Record, 3.34 GAA, .923 SV%
Aksel Loukus