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

By Kassondra Burtis, SportsEngine, 02/15/21, 1:15PM CST

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See who fans voted as the top performer from Feb. 8-13.

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

Maddy Christian, Elk River/Zimmerman. The Elks’ leader in goals (14) and points (19) this season, Christian recorded seven points on the Elks’ eight goals during two wins last week. At Anoka/Spring Lake Park on Feb. 10, the junior forward recorded a hat trick and added a shorthanded assist as the Elks won 5-2. The next night, the Elks (5-3) defeated Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper 3-2 in overtime behind Christian’s goal and two assists.  

Top performer candidates

Reghan Bork, Luverne. The junior forward led the Cardinals’ 13-0 rout of Worthington on Feb. 11 with seven points, Bork's fifth multi-point game of the season. After three goals — two shorthanded — and two assists in the first period, the Luverne (6-2) junior completed her four-goal, three-assist night with a goal and an assist early in the second period.

Maddy Christian, Elk River/Zimmerman. The Elks’ leader in goals (14) and points (19) this season, Christian recorded seven points on the Elks’ eight goals during two wins last week. At Anoka/Spring Lake Park on Feb. 10, the junior forward recorded a hat trick and added a shorthanded assist as the Elks won 5-2. The next night, the Elks (5-3) defeated Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper 3-2 in overtime behind Christian’s goal and two assists.  

Adria Haley, Forest Lake. The sophomore goaltender backed the Rangers' 2-1 overtime win against Cretin-Derham Hall on Feb. 9, extending the Rangers’ (7-2-1) unbeaten streak to six games. Haley allowed a single goal through over 53 minutes of playing time, making 51 saves for a season-best .981 save percentage.

Hannah Ladwig, Hutchinson. After giving up a goal less than a minute into the first period, the senior goaltender was perfect the remainder of the game, making 43 saves as the Tigers (3-5) defeated Willmar 2-1 on Feb. 9.

Anna Pavlo, Minnesota River. The junior forward led the Bulldogs to two wins with 13 points last week. At Worthington on Feb. 9, Pavlo recorded one assist each period along with a pair of goals in the game’s final six minutes as Minnesota River (4-4) won 7-5. On Feb. 12, Pavlo recorded season highs with three goals and five assists for eight points in the Bulldogs’ 12-0 rout of Waseca.

*Stats and records as of Feb. 14.

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

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