All-Metro girls' hockey team, left to right: Calla Frank, White Bear Lake; Kelsey King, Elk River/Zimmerman; Madeline Wethington, Blake; Mallory Uihlein, Edina; CC Bowlby, Edina, and Addie Burton, Blake. Photo: CARLOS GONZALEZ • firstname.lastname@example.org
|If I found $40, I would...||Song that makes me want to skate through the end boards||What I want an opposing coach to say about me|
|CC Bowlby||Buy iced vente chai teas from Starbucks.||Wild For The Night by A$AP ROCKY||That No. 13 has a lot of class.|
|Adelaide Burton||Buy a toy to play with my dog Buster and a ukulele music book.||‘‘Hermitude — HyperParadise’’ by Flume||Note my size, speed and strength and how much fun I have playing the sport I love.|
|Calla Frank||Invest it to make more money.||‘‘Purple Lamborghini’’ by Skrillex and Rick Ross||That it’s fun to watch me play but it is also frustrating to try and score.|
|Kelsey King||Buy the pulled pork sandwich and tomato basil soup from Cafe Zupas and chocolate cake from PF Chang’s.||‘‘Forever’’ by Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem||I am just as good of a person as a player.|
|Mallory Uihlein||Buy a pepperoni Potbelly sandwich, a chocolate shake and clear sock tape.||‘‘Heads Will Roll’’ by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs||Tough to play against and good character and sportsmanship.|
|Madeline Wethington||Put it on my Starbucks app for gameday strawberry açai lemonade with my sister.||‘‘Blood//Water’’ by grandson||I’m the most competitive and passionate player they’ve had to face.|
Izzy Daniel, Blake, senior: Set the pace for the Bears' top-line attack. Ms. Hockey finalist. Committed to Cornell.
Lily Delianedis, Blake, junior: Found the back of the net 35 times, most of any Bears player. Verbally committed to Cornell.
Katie Kaufman, Hill-Murray, senior: Skilled, smart player who tallied a team-high 30 goals. Committed to Merrimack.
Rachel Golnitz, Forest Lake, sophomore: Scored 15 goals, tops among a strong defensive corps. Committed to Colgate.
Maggie Nicholson, Minnetonka, junior: Helped the U.S. to a silver medal at the Under-18 women’s world championships. Verbally committed to Minnesota.
Rose Beeman, Benilde-St. Margaret's, junior: Fundamentally sound yet able to make acrobatic saves. Stopped 94 percent of shots faced. Undecided on a college program.
Sydney Langseth, Eden Prairie, junior: High-end, efficient player led Eagles with 28 goals. Verbally committed to Minnesota State.
Mannon McMahon, Maple Grove, senior: Gets up and down the ice for the state-bound Crimson. Committed to Minnesota-Duluth.
Olivia Mobley, Breck, junior: The puck always finds the offensive catalyst for the defending Class 1A champs. Verbally committed to Quinnipiac.
Jamie Nelson, Andover, junior: The playmaker on the Huskies' strong top line. Led the way with 37 assists. Verbally committed to Minnesota State.
Brooke Peplinski, Eagan, senior: Tireless competitor made a difference in all three zones. Scored 10 goals. Currently uncommitted.
Addi Scribner, East Ridge, senior: Helped the Raptors earn their first state tournament appearance. Committed to Ohio State.
Emily Wisnewski, Wayzata, senior: Quarterbacked everything for a young and talented Trojans' team. Committed to Clarkson.
Taylor Smith, Mound Westonka, senior: Takes an undefeated record (21-0-5) into the Class 1A state tournament.
Cassidy Stumo, Andover, senior: Solid, experienced net minder key to the Huskies' state tournament appearance.
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.