Girls' hockey All-Metro first team (from left): Katie McLain, Anoka; Milica McMillen, Breck; Hannah Brandt, Hill-Murray (the Metro Player of the Year); Lee Stecklein, Roseville; Jonna Curtis, Elk River/Zimmerman; Kate Flug, Roseville.
Katie Mclain | Anoka | Goalie | Senior
Helped the Tornadoes remain a highly ranked team all season with steady, confident play. Earned all 22 of the team's victories by stopping 93 percent of the shots she faced and allowing 1.65 goals per game. Took her place among a strong field of goalies in the Northwest Suburban Conference.
Milica McMillen | Breck | Defense | Senior
Three-time All-Metro first-team selection. Dominates games at both ends of the ice and draws raves for her booming, accurate shot. Breck's career leader with 272 points. Rarely comes off the ice in big games. Matured into a great leader this year who helped the Mustangs to a fourth Class 1A tournament appearance.
Hannah Brandt | Hill-Murray | Forward | Senior
The Star Tribune's All-Metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations. Hannah Brandt, Kate Flug, Milica McMillen and Lee Stecklein have committed to play for the Gophers. Jonna Curtis will play for New Hampshire. Katie McLain is undecided.