Posted On: 12/20/21 10:38 PM

We are back with in-depth coverage of high school hockey! This content for the rest of the month will be available to subscribers only! Took a break for college finals, but now on winter break, we will be producing a lot of good content. In this article, we will highlight the top three forwards in the state that have impressed the most to start the season. Here are the 3 forwards that have been having a breakout year so far.

  1. Matt Filippi 5'11 Junior Forward Little Falls

No better candidate for the top breakout player of the year other than Little Fall's Matt Filippi. Matt Filippi is already one point away from beating what he had last year. In just eight games played so far this season, Filippi has a whopping 27 points- 16 goals, 11 assists. He is currently number two in points in the state and is averaging one of the most per game at 3.38. Filippi has been a varsity starter since 8th grade, but he is just breaking out this season. Prep Hockey had him ranked as the 39th sophomore in the state

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