MNHSL Season Point Record in Jeopardy

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  1. The Exiled One

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    For some reason the old Minnesota HS thread doesn't work anymore, so I thought this might be a good way to start a replacement thread.

    The points leader (Jared Festler) has 72 points in 17 games with 9 regular season games remaining. The old record is 111 by a kid that really didn't go on to do great things in hockey.

    The stats (last game missing - 6 points)...

    http://www.geocities.com/dent0110/scoring2007regular.html

    The records...

    http://www.mshsl.org/mshsl/records.asp?actnum=410

    Festler is a junior and is '08 draft eligible. He's a St. Cloud State recruit, but won't be considered as a high-end NHL prospect. He should be a solid D1 player though.

    BTW, the state last 6 points leaders were...

    2006 - Nate Breden - Silver Bay
    2005 - T.J. Oshie - Warroad
    2004 - Tom Gorowsky - Cenntenial
    2003 - Ben Gordon - International Falls
    2002 - Gino Guyer - Greenway

    Breden didn't really go anywhere. Oshie, of course, is a first round draft pick and is playing for North Dakota. Gorowsky is playing for Wisconsin. Gordon and Guyer are and were Gophers.
     
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    also to add, I believe in 98 Johnny Pohl led the MNHSL in scoring, and he now is a maple leaf.
     
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    Is Festler playing juniors next year? I think it would be best for him to get away from that soft schedule that Little Falls plays. I hope they walk through that section and get to state so I can see him and Hanowski play.
     
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    I'm guessing with certainty... yes. He's due to play for SCSU in '08, and there's no way Motzko's taking a kid directly from Little Falls to the WCHA. Some other high schools maybe, but not Little Falls.

    If that happens, I'd look for the younger Hanowski to bolt as well. The elder Hanowski would probably stay at LF for his senior year.

    Just guesses, but I'd put money on them.
     
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    So now we don't want any more players to lead the MNHSL in scoring:dunno: .

    :innocent:

    :biglaugh:
     

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