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The Ms. Hockey Award is an award given to the best female senior high school hockey player in the state of Minnesota. The award is sponsored by the Let's Play Hockey newspaper, the Minnesota Wild, FOX Sports North and Reebok/CCM. The 2010 award winner is Bethany Brausen, a senior forward from Roseville Area High School.
The following are all criteria for the award:
- Academic record
- Community service
- On-ice performance.
The process of selecting the winner starts with the selection of the top 10 candidates in the state. This is reduced to five finalists, and then the panel selects a winner.
The panel responsible for selecting the winner consist of the following:
- High school coaches
- Division I and III college coaches from Minnesota and Wisconsin
|2012||Hannah Brandt||Hill-Murray Pioneers|
|2010||Bethany Brausen||Roseville Area|
|2006||Allie Thunstrom||North St. Paul|
|2002||Ashley Albrecht||South St. Paul|
|2000||Krissy Wendell||Park Center|
|1997||Annamarie Holmes||Apple Valley|
Let’s Play Hockey Goalie of the YearEdit
|2000||Shari Vogt||River Lakes|
The following Ms. Hockey winners went to represent USA Hockey in the Winter Olympic Games.
|Krissy Wendell||Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics||Bronze|
|Gigi Marvin||Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics||Silver|
- ↑ http://www.foxsportsnorth.com/pages/landing?Rosevilles-Brausen-wins-Minnesota-Ms-Hoc=1&blockID=188427&feedID=3697
- ↑ http://www.mngirlshockeyhub.com/news_article/show/136084
- ↑ http://www.usahockey.com/Template_Usahockey.aspx?NAV=TU_02_06&id=300606
- ↑ http://www.letsplayhockey.com/2010mshockey.html
- ↑ http://www.mghca.com/page/show/115701-ms-hockey
- ↑ http://wild.nhl.com/club/page.htm?bcid=com_MrMsHockeyAward
- ↑ http://hockey.teamusa.org/athletes/gigi-marvin
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