Posted On: 01/15/22 6:52 AM

Prep Hockey just updated our Junior class rankings and featured a ton of players from many different teams across the whole state. In this article, we delve into who is the top five forwards in this class, and what they did to get ranked that high. All of these five forwards featured today are committed to a D1 school and are for sure playing hockey after high school. Let’s get right into it.


#1 Zam Plante Zam Plante 5'7" | Forward Hermantown | 2023 State MN | Hermantown | 5’9 Forward | #2 Overall ’23 | University of Minnesota Duluth Commit

Zam Plante Zam Plante 5'7" | Forward Hermantown | 2023 State MN is our clear number one ranked forward in the class of 2023. Plante hit the ground running fast in his sophomore year for the Hawks. Last season he finished with an eye-opening 61 points in 20 games. With those 61 points, he had 29 goals and 32 assists. Plante has been out for a couple of months now, with a shoulder injury he suffered against Wayzata. In the seven games, he played this season- he had 4 goals and 2 assists for 6 points. Plante recently got ranked as the 40th best North American prospect for the upcoming NHL

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