All 13 finalists for the Mr. Hockey and Frank Brimsek awards.
Peart named 2021 Mr. Hockey
Peart named 2021 Mr. Hockey
The Grand Rapids defender led the Thunderhawks to the Class AA, Section 7 finals this season before falling to Andover, posting 11 goals and a team-leading 35 points along the way. Peart is the first Thunderhawk to be named Mr. Hockey since Avery Peterson in 2014.
Over the course of his career, Peart has totaled 32 goals and 88 points in three varsity seasons on the Grand Rapids blue line. He is 2021 NHL Draft eligible and is rated as a 'C' level prospect by NHL Central Scouting.
Peart is committed to St. Cloud State, and the Fargo Force of the USHL currently owns his junior rights.
Wieneke wins Frank Brimsek Award
Maple Grove goaltender Jack Wieneke has been named the Frank Brimsek Award winner, becoming the first Crimson netminder to win the award. Wieneke backstopped Maple Grove to the Class AA state semifinals, where the Crimson fell in overtime to eventual state champion Eden Prairie.
Wieneke concluded his senior season with a record of 19-2 and posted a goals-against-average of 1.65 and a save percentage of .916.
Wieneke is currently uncommitted to a college program.
Grand Rapids's Jack Peart (left) was named Mr. Hockey on Monday, while Maple Grove's Jack Wieneke (right) earned Frank Brimsek Award honors.
|Carter Batchelder||Eden Prairie|
|Cam Boche||Lakeville South|
|Jackson Hallum||St. Thomas Academy|
|Kyle Kukkonen||Maple Grove|
|Luke Mittelstadt||Eden Prairie|
|Henry Nelson||Maple Grove|
|Jack Peart (winner)||Grand Rapids|
Luke Mittelstadt, Eden Prairie
|Aksel Reid||The Blake School|
|Alex Timmons||Gentry Academy|
|Jack Wieneke (winner||Maple Grove|
Aksel Reid, The Blake School
|2017||Casey Mittelstadt||Eden Prairie|
|2015||Jake Jaremko||Elk River|
|2014||Avery Peterson||Grand Rapids|
|2013||Grant Besse||Benilde-St. Margaret's|
|2012||Justin Kloos||Lakeville South|
|2011||Kyle Rau||Eden Prairie|
|2009||Nick Leddy||Eden Prairie|
|2007||Ryan McDonagh||Cretin-Derham Hall|
|2006||David Fischer||Apple Valley|
|2003||Nate Dey||North St. Paul|
|2000||Paul Martin||Elk River|
|1998||John Pohl||Red Wing|
|1997||Aaron Miskovich||Grand Rapids|
|1996||Dave Spehar||Duluth East|
|1995||Erik Rasmussen||St. Louis Park|
|1992||Bonin||White Bear Lake|
|1985||Tom Chorske||Minneapolis Southwest|
Blake Biondi, 2020 Mr. Hockey Award winner
|2018||Atticus Kelly||St. Thomas Academy|
|2016||Nick Althaus||St. Cloud Apollo|
|2014||Hunter Shepard||Grand Rapids|
|2013||David Zevnik||St. Thomas Academy|
|2011||Alex Lyon||Lake of the Woods|
|2010||Zane Gothberg (McIntyre)||Thief River Falls|
|2009||Casey O'Connor||Bloomington Jefferson|
|2006||Austin Lee||Bloomington Jefferson|
|2004||Matt Lundin||Apple Valley|
|2003||Jon Anderson||White Bear Lake|
|2001||Eric Aarnio||White Bear Lake|
|1998||Adam Coole||Duluth East|
|1997||Kyle Kolquist||Duluth East|
|1996||Karl Goehring||Apple Valley|
Charlie Glockner (left), 2019 Frank Brimsek Award winner
Founded in 1985, the Mr. Hockey Award is presented to the outstanding high school senior hockey player in the state of Minnesota by the Minnesota All Sports Alliance (formerly the Minnesota Minutemen).
Mr. Hockey is announced and the finalists honored at an annual banquet sponsored by the Minnesota Wild.
The recipients are reviewed and selected by a group of National Hockey League scouts, Division I coaches, Division III coaches and USHL scouts.
An annual award given to the top high school goaltender in the state of Minnesota is given in Brimsek's honor. Brimsek, who won 252 games, held the record for winningest American-born netminder until Tom Barrasso of the Pittsburgh Penguins broke his long-held record on February 15, 1994 by beating the Winnipeg Jets.
Courtesy of the Minnesota Minutemen