Zach Zech and Dylan Fouts (Victory Honda): Victory Honda won a pair of games on Saturday, defeating the Oakland Jr. Grizzlies 2-1 and Little Caesars 6-2. Zech leads the team with five points in the postseason. Zach scored 27 points (15G-12A) in 35 games. Fouts is second on the team to Zech in postseason, scoring with four points. Fouts had 21 points (14G-7A) in 36 games for Victory Honda.
Evan Ketner (Little Caesars): Ketner and Little Caesars are currently battling Victory Honda for the Michigan State Championship. Ketner has scored two goals in the postseason.
Luke Lynch and Jake Houston (Pittsburgh Penguins Elite): The Pittsburgh Penguins Elite are currently participating in the Mid Am District Championships, looking to go to nationals. Lynch led the team in the regular season with 37 points (19G-18A). Houston was the leading defenseman with 12 points (1G-11A). Both served as captains for the team this season.
Ryan Bochert (Colorado Rampage): Bochert scored the game-winning goal for the Rampage to win the state championship. Th team advanced to and won the Rocky Mountain districts, earning a trip to nationals.
Jacob Gwillim (Lansing Capitals): Gwillim was named to the NAPHL Top Prospects Tournament, held March 28-30 in Geneva, IL. Gwillim was 12-1-1 in the regular season, with a 1.85 GAA and .924 save percentage.
Andrew Romano (Philadelphia Jr. Flyers): The Jr. Flyers won the Atlantic district championship, earning a trip to nationals. Romano led the team with 48 points (17G-31 A) in 36 games.
Tristan Ramage (Esmark Stars): Ramage returned from injury to participate in the Mid-Am Districts for the Esmark Stars. Ramage had 11 points (3G-8A) in 24 games this season.
Zac Robbins (Team Illinois): Robbins is one of the newest Tomahawks tenders. The forward was the leading scorer of the High Performance Hockey League, scoring 32 points (18G-14A) in 24 games. Robbins scored the game-winning goal in triple overtime to lead Team Illinois to the state championship and a spot in the Central district championships.