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Posted On: 02/26/21 4:54 AM

Today we take a look at the senior defenseman that has improved their stock the most from this season. Committed defenseman that won’t get mentioned on this- because their stock was already super high to start the season, are- #3 Luke Mittlestadt Luke Mittlestadt 5'11" | Defense Eden Prairie | 2021 State MN #5  Henry Nelson Henry Nelson 6'1" | Defense Maple Grove | 2021 State MN #7  Joey Pierce Joey Pierce 6'0" | Defense Hermantown | 2021 State MN #8  Mason Langenbrunner Mason Langenbrunner 6'2" | Defense Eden Prairie | 2021 State MN #11  Jack Peart Jack Peart 5'11" | Defense Grand Rapids | 2021 State MN #12  Joe Palodichuk Joe Palodichuk 6'0" | Defense Hill Murray | 2021 State MN #14  Nick Williams Nick Williams 5'8" | Defense Edina | 2021 State MN and #15  Cal Thomas Cal Thomas 6'0" | Defense Maple Grove | 2021 State MN . Those are all the senior defensemen committed somewhere; the five players that we feature in this article are the closest to playing hockey at the next level in our opinion. 

 

Carson Peters Carson Peters 6'3" | Defense Wayzata | 2021 State MN 6’3 Defenseman Wayzata #26 Overall

At 6’3 Carson Peters Carson Peters 6'3" | Defense Wayzata | 2021 State MN has the type of size that is often hard to come by in hockey. He is a very unselfish player that is getting recognition for his passing, height, and defending abilities. Carson played in the NAHL this fall, so obviously, he has

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