The Star Tribune All-Metro first team, from left: Grace Sadura of Minnetonka, Emma Peschel of Benilde-St. Margaret’s, Hailey Hansen of Blaine, Vivian Jungels of Edina, Whitney Tuttle of Rosemount and Ella Boerger of Andover.
Photo: Jerry Holt, Star Tribune
Venue: backyard rink, Circle Pines
Edina, goaltender, junior
College plan: Princeton
Statistically stunning. 21-2 record. Less than one goal allowed per game. Saves 96% of shots faced.
Lakeville South, forward, senior
College commitment: Wisconsin
Pumped 54 goals into the Cougars’ offense this season. Threat to score on every shift.
Hill-Murray, defense, junior
College commitment: St. Thomas
Heart and soul of a Pioneers team that fell in double overtime of the Section 4 final.
Holy Family, forward, senior
College commitment: Gophers
Fire coach Randy Koeppl called Kaiser the state’s fiercest competitor. Scored 37 goals.
School: South St. Paul
College commitment: Minnesota State Mankato
Packers coach Dave Palmquist calls Ramirez, the team leader in goals (15) and assists (27), “our Phil Housley.”
Orono, forward, senior
College commitment: Sacred Heart
Fueled the Spartans’ Class 1A state tournament run with 42 goals and 41 assists.
Dani Burgen, senior, Chisago Lakes
Zoie Dundon, senior, Burnsville
Isa Goettl, junior, Andover
Sloane Matthews, senior, Wayzata
Makayla Moran, freshman, Apple Valley
Chloe Finnerty, senior, North Wright County
Nora Stepan, senior, Eastview
Annika Lavender, senior, Wayzata
Courtney Stagman, junior, Andover
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.