You've forgotten all of the Minnesotans. There are at least eight of them, nine if you count the kid from Shattuck (native Californian). I've got the name of one more Minnesotan besides these, but I'm not 100% sure on it.
i do not know if I am taking it the wrong way, but you seem to be accusing me. I did not forget, I just stated all the people I knew, and I do not know any Minnesotans.
Lot's of kids on there that I like and a lot that where left off yet.
The goaltending especially stands out in a positive way compared to years past. Yanakeef, Isles, and Campbell are all favorites fo mine.
The fourth goalie invited is Carruth, who has a scholarship offer to Minnesota-Duluth. Agreed, the goaltending looks very good.
There's only one Minnesotan (Nick Mattson) on the current 1991 squad, but he is their best offensive d-man. There's a couple of familiar names amongst the Minnesota 1992s...
Bjugstad - His uncle Scott played 312 NHL games
Gardiner - Big brother Jake is ranked highly for this summer's draft
Of the rest of the Minnesotans, the individuals that stick out on the scoresheet are Isackson (who was on the Class A championship team), and Rubbelke (who led his team in scoring as a freshman defenseman). Only two players (McMorrow and Forbort) can really be considered "outstate" players, the rest come from the Minneapolis/St. Paul suburbs.
Anybody want to comment on the MWEHL players? There's always plenty of them.
The next biggest group is the eastern prep kids (I count seven). Would anybody care to comment on them?