Today we look at the top prospects from the Mounds View Mustangs VS the Roseville Raiders game. It certainly was a tightly contested affair between these two class 4AA teams. Despite some 3rd-period anticks, Mounds View was able to hold on and win it 3-2. Mounds View will await the winner of the #2 seed White Bear Lake bears and the #7 seed Woodbury Royals.
Aidan Petrich | Sophomore | 5’10″ 170 lbs | Goalie
The young netminder had himself a very impressive regular season for the Mustangs and continued to show why he is amongst some of the top goalies in his 2023 class. Aidan stopped 27 out of 29 in the win over the raiders. Petrich has carried a 10-8-1 record to his name this year with an impressive .920 save percentage and a 2.25 goals-against average in 19 games. The 5-10 sophomore is a very calm, cool, and collective goaltender who isn’t phased by pressure one bit, which was shown in game 1 of the playoffs against the Raiders.
Luke Morrisette | Senior | 6’4″ 200 lbs | Forward
The senior captain seems to always make sure to put himself in the best possible spot for his team’s success, and tonight was a great example of his veteran leadership. Morrisette is a very strong, skilled, and powerful skater who uses his size to his advantage. Luke can be relied on in all assets of the game whether it be killing off a penalty or providing a spark on the power play. It’s hard to nock Luke off the puck as he proved why with two powerful goals for the Mustangs, propelling them to a 3-2 victory over the Roseville Raiders.
Evan Streeter | Junior | 5’7″ 140 lbs | Forward
The 5’7″ junior picked up an important assist on senior defender James Harrington’s even-strength goal at 2:36 in the 3rd period, which was the eventual game-winner. Streeter may not stick out on the score sheet every night but his presence is much needed for this Mounds View team. Evan came up with some huge block shots on a Roseville 5v3 power play. Streeter is an aggressive forward who uses his speed to make opposing players make mistakes. Evan often draws penalties as well given how fast he forechecks opposing players. Streeter is always willing to lay his body on the line for a big-time block shot and can turn the momentum in his team’s favor.