It's that time again! For those of you familiar with Minnesota hockey, you'll understand what a big deal this is. For those of you not from Minnesota, I'm sure somebody will dig up an old article trying to explain it's significance. Meanwhile, I'll start posting the participants as they're decided... Section - Team (NHL draft or NCAA recruit consideration) 1A - Rochester Lourdes 2A - Breck (#9 Keegan Iverson 2015 draft eligible, no seniors among top six scorers = many good prospects) 3A - New Ulm 4A - St. Thomas (#9 Zach Schroeder, #17 AJ Reid, #16 Taylor Fleming) 5A - Hermantown (#17 Garrett Skrbich) 6A - Alexandria 7A - Hibbing (#6 Nick DeCenzo, #7 Adam Johnson) 8A - Thief River Falls 1AA - Lakeville North (#1 Charlie Lindgren, best goalie in the tournament) 2AA - Edina (#19 Steven Fogarty, #17 Michael Sit, #4 Max Everson, #11 Lou Nanne) 3AA - Eagan (#16 Michael Zajac, #24 Will Merchant) 4AA - White Bear Lake (#20 Brandon Wahlin) 5AA - Blaine (#22 Jonny Brodzinski, #20 Michael Brodzinski) 6AA - Eden Prairie (#7 Kyle Rau, #11 Nick Seeler) 7AA - Duluth East (#12 Trevor Olson, #16 Jake Randolph, #26 Connor Valesano, #28 Nate Repensky, #15 Meirs Moore, #19 Dom Toninato) 8AA - Moorhead Mario Lucia of Wayzata is probably the only player in the state who might be considered for the first round of the NHL draft in 2011, but Wayzata was eliminated by Eden Prarie. Joe LaBate and the Holy Angels team were also eliminated. Kyle Rau will almost certainly win the Mr. Hockey Award, but he'll be drafted in the later rounds or not at all. LIVE VIDEO STREAMING!