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

By Kassondra Burtis, SportsEngine, 02/05/19, 1:00PM CST

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See who fans voted as the top performer from Jan. 28-Feb. 2.

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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

Grace Bragg, International Falls. In a 5-4 win over Crookston on Feb. 2, the senior forward led the Broncos offense with four points (two goals, two assists). Bragg tallied a power-play assist on the team's first goal before adding three third-period points to lead the come-from-behind win.

Top performer candidates

Grace Bragg, International Falls. In a 5-4 win over Crookston on Feb. 2, the senior forward led the Broncos offense with four points (two goals, two assists). Bragg tallied a power-play assist on the team's first goal before adding three third-period points to lead the come-from-behind win.

Elle Cooper, New Ulm. The senior forward recorded her first hat trick of the season in a 6-2 win at Luverne on Feb. 1. She scored once in each period and added a pair of assists — tying her season-high points total of five.  

Calla Frank, White Bear Lake. The senior goaltender backed the team's first shutout this season — stopping 46 shots in a 1-0 win over Cretin-Derham Hall on Jan. 31.

Grace Glasrud, Delano/Rockford. The junior goaltender posted a .977 save percentage in the Tigers' 1-1 tie against Mound Westonka on Feb. 2. It was the sixth time in her last eight games that she gave up just one goal.

Ally Halverson, Rochester John Marshall. Halverson, who is tied for sixth in the state with 34 goals, led the Rockets' 6-4 come-from-behind win against Rochester Century on Jan. 31. The senior forward assisted on the team's first goal before adding two more assists and two goals when the Rockets trailed by three in the second period. 

Mannon McMahon, Maple Grove. The senior forward had her most productive night of the season in a 7-2 win over Spring Lake Park on Feb. 2. McMahon tallied a goal and an assist in the second period and, with the game tied in the third, added two more goals and two assists.

Mackenna Stoterau, Centennial. The senior goaltender stopped 39 shots in the Cougars' 3-2 win over Wayzata on Jan. 31. After giving up a goal in the first period and one on the penalty kill early in the second, Stoterau was perfect the final 30 minutes — allowing the Cougars to come from behind and take the win.

Elizabeth Valley, Forest Lake. The senior defender contributed a season-high three points in a 4-1 win over Mounds View on Jan. 31. Valley tallied points in three different ways — a short-handed goal, a power-play assist, and a goal at even strength — all in the second period.

Brooke Walters, Sartell/Sauk Rapids. The senior forward scored four goals, her highest total this season, in a 5-2 win over St. Cloud on Jan. 31. Her second goal came short-handed. 

Olivia Williamson, Faribault. Williamson led the Falcons' offense in a 3-0 win over Mankato West on Jan. 31. The junior forward, who has the third most goals in the state (39), scored her seventh short-handed goal of the season in the second period and added another goal and assist in the win. 

*Stats and records as of Feb. 3.

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

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Gabby Krause (18) scored the eventual game winning goal in the first period. The Huskies defeated the Hornets 1-0 Thursday night. Photo by Gary Mukai SportsEngine

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