Winter 2019-20 All-Junior Team watch lists for hockey
Here is the watch list for this year’s All-Junior Team selection from hockey.
Mining the statistics from this year, as well as last year’s all-state list from the Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association (MHSHCA), we have a solid working list of kids to keep an eye on, as the winter season progresses. We’ll narrow the field down to four finalists somewhere around the week of April 1, then announce the final winter team (with all winter sports represented) around the end of April.
If you have any suggestions for juniors to add to this list, feel free to send them to us by email, or social media.
Adam Pietila, Hartland
Through Feb. 15, the forward had 22 goals and 17 assists for the two-time defending Division 2 champion Eagles.
Hunter Allen, Trenton
Through Feb. 19, the forward had 13 goals and 21 assists for the two-time D2 runners-up.
Tanne Rowe, Calumet
Through Feb. 20, the forward had 19 goals and 22 assists for the No. 3-ranked Copper Kings. A second-team DIII all-state honoree from the MHSHCA as a sophomore, Rowe is a candidate in our Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year contest 2020. [VOTE HERE]
Dean Loukas, Calumet
Through Feb. 20, the forward had 20 goals and 33 assists for the No. 3-ranked Copper Kings.
Mason Kelly, Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central
Through Feb. 15, the forward had notched 33 goals and 17 assists for the No. 13-ranked Rangers.
Nich Borchardt, Novi Detroit Catholic Central
Through Feb. 15, the forward had recorded five goals and 10 assists for the No. 2-ranked Shamrocks, the defending champs in D1.
Nick Justice, Livonia Stevenson
Through Feb. 15, the defensemen had amassed 13 goals and 31 assists for the No. 1-ranked Spartans.
Brendan Heard, Livonia Stevenson
Through Feb. 15th, the forward had 13 goals and 18 assists for the top-ranked Spartans.
Gavin Holmes, Riverview
Through Feb. 18, the forward had 40 goals and 21 assists for No. 23-ranked Riverview.
Steven Miller, Howell
Through Feb. 14, the defenseman had 19 goals and seven assists for the Highlanders.
Drake Danou, Birmingham Brother Rice
Through Feb. 12, the goalie had posted a 6-0-1 record for the No. 5-ranked Warriors with a 1.22 goals-against average and a save percentage of 0.921.
Caleb Kneiding, Trenton
Through Feb. 20, the defensemen had three goals and 15 assists for the two-time D2 runners-up.
Aaron Vyletel, Grosse Pointe South
Through Feb. 17, the forward had 21 goals and 8 assists for No. 7-ranked Grosse Pointe South.
Lucas Krol, Detroit Country Day
Through Feb. 18, the forward had 21 goals and 17 assists for the two-time defending Division 3 champion Yellowjackets.