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And the winner is...MN Girls' Hockey Hub Top Performer revealed

By Kassondra Burtis, SportsEngine, 11/19/19, 2:00PM CST

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See who fans voted as the top performer from Nov. 11-16.

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Athletes are considered for the weekly top performer poll only if their stats are entered on the MN Girls' Hockey Hub by 10 a.m. on Sundays. If coaches or members of their staffs need access to enter stats, please email mnhubs@sportngin.com.


Top performer winner

Bailey Olson, Willmar. The junior forward contributed a team-leading seven points in the Cardinals’ first two games of the season, notching four goals and three assists as the Cardinals defeated Northern Lakes 7-3 on Nov. 12 and Prairie Center 6-0 on Nov. 16. Olson recorded a power-play assist in each game.

Top performer candidates

Sophie Cronk, Stillwater. The junior goaltender backed the Ponies’ first win of the season with a shutout, stopping all 32 shots she faced as Stillwater defeated North St. Paul/Tartan 5-0 on Nov. 12.

Katie Davis, Edina. The senior forward erupted for six points (two goals and four assists) on Nov. 15 in the Hornets’ 7-0 rout of Cretin-Derham Hall. Davis led the Hornets’ power play unit — which had 10 opportunities throughout the game — with four points (one goal, three assists).

Sarah Dravis, Rochester Lourdes. Dravis has led the Eagles' offense during their 4-0 start to the season, averaging 3.5 points per game. The senior forward, who has scored a short-handed goal in each game this season, was responsible for six goals and four assists in the Rochester Lourdes' three wins (5-1 against New Ulm on Nov. 12, 8-5 at Duluth on Nov. 15 and 5-1 at Duluth Marshall on Nov. 16) last week.

Grace Glasrud, Delano/Rockford. The Tigers were dealt two losses last week — 5-1 against Buffalo on Thursday and 2-0 at New Ulm on Saturday — as Glasrud was kept extremely busy in net. The senior goaltender faced a combined 100 shots, which averages out to about one shot per minute of each game played. Glasrud made 93 saves in the pair of games, recording a .930 save percentage. 

Madison Kisor, Minnesota River. The senior goaltender and the Bulldogs faced a tough battle during their third consecutive win to start the season, as Kisor stopped 57 shots to lead the Bulldogs to a 2-1 overtime win against Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato on Nov. 12. The Bulldogs were outshot in every period, including in overtime, when the Bulldogs took a five-minute major penalty just 36 seconds into the extra period and had to skate a player short. Kisor stood tall in net, making eight saves in overtime, allowing the Bulldogs to complete the win.

Lacey Martin, Minnetonka. Martin, a senior forward, led the Skippers during a successful week as they collected three wins while outscoring their opponents 26-4. Martin recorded seven goals and three assists during the week — highlighted by a five-point performance on Nov. 16 during a 9-4 defeat of Warroad, where Martin notched her second hat trick of the young season.

Ellie McDonald, East Grand Forks. The senior goalie earned her first win of the season, stopping 19 shots in the Green Wave's 6-1 triumph over Detroit Lakes last Thursday. McDonald posted a .947 save percentage in the win and helped kill a Detroit Lakes power play.

Olivia Mobley, Breck. Mobley produced big numbers in the Mustangs’ 2-1 week, tallying 11 points in three games. The senior forward played solid on special teams in the Mustangs’ 6-3 loss to Benilde-St. Margaret’s on Nov. 12, scoring a short-handed goal and adding two power-play assists. She then contributed four points on back-to-back nights, first completing a hat trick and an assist in a 7-2 victory over Duluth Marshall on Nov. 15 before leading the Mustang offense with two goals and a pair of assists as they edged Proctor/Hermantown 6-5 in overtime the next day. Mobley assisted on the tying goal late in the third period against Proctor/Hermantown and scored the game-winner in overtime.

Ezra Oien, Owatonna. The Huskies’ 6-1 throttling of Rochester Mayo on Nov. 16 was led by the freshman forward, who recorded four goals and an assist. After tallying her assist on the game’s first goal early in the second period, Oien scored back-to-back goals late in the second — the first which was on the power play — before rounding out the scoring with two more goals in the third.

Bailey Olson, Willmar. The junior forward contributed a team-leading seven points in the Cardinals’ first two games of the season, notching four goals and three assists as the Cardinals defeated Northern Lakes 7-3 on Nov. 12 and Prairie Center 6-0 on Nov. 16. Olson recorded a power-play assist in each game.

*Stats and records as of Nov. 17.

MN Girls' Hockey Hub polls are for entertainment purposes only. 

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