Jack Bayless, Minnetonka, sr.: The defending champion's top forward had 11 goals and 24 assists. Committed to UMass Lowell.
Matthew Gleason, Cretin-Derham Hall, jr.: Compete level is off the charts. Netted 34 goals. Verbally committed to Colorado College.
Jett Jungels, Edina, sr.: A blur on skates. Takes 29 goals and 28 assists into the state tournament. Committed to Northern Michigan.
Grant Docter, Minnetonka, sr.: Scary-good defenseman finished with 10 goals and 26 assists. Committed to Michigan Tech.
Mike Vorlicky, Edina, sr.: Runs the power play and rarely makes mistakes. Tallied four goals and 21 assists. Committed to Wisconsin.
Ben Fritsinger, Andover, sr.: Got the Huskies within an overtime goal of the state tournament for a second consecutive year. Won 21 games, allowed 1.31 goals per game and posted eight shutouts.
Rhett Pitlick, Chaska, jr.
Jake Braccini, Buffalo, jr.
Jackson Jutting, Prior Lake, sr.
Tommy Bergsland, Wayzata, sr.
Wyatt Kaiser, Andover, jr.
Brennan Boynton, Champlin Park, sr.
Nathan Mueller, Buffalo, sr.
The Star Tribune's All-Metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations.