With the recent release of our 1st annual Prep Hockey All Junior 1st Team, it’s now time to release the 2nd team! Once again, we will be releasing a list with 3 forwards, 2 defenseman, and 1 goaltender. Just like the first team, this second team was hard to assemble as well because there are many deserving recipients in this strong and deep class. Before we get started, we remind you to check out our All Junior 1st Team as well as the All Senior teams here on Prep Hockey! Now without further ado, lets reveal the 2022 Prep Hockey All Junior 2nd Team!
of Edina has been a highly regarded player for awhile now in this junior class. As a freshman, Clark had 15 points and has been a leader on the Hornets since. This season, the University of Minnesota commit tallied 15 goals and 23 assists and helped lead Edina through a very tough Section 6AA to the state tournament. Despite losing the quarterfinal matchup, Clark and the Hornets persevered to a Class AA Consolation title. Prior to this season, Clark was playing in the USHL with the Sioux City Musketeers, but I’m not quite sure where he is playing right now, now that the high school season is over.
| Lakeville South
is another junior who helped lead his team to the state tournament. Ludtke led Lakeville South with 61 points, which included 23 goals and 38 assists. After a run all the way to the state championship game last season, the Cougars went two and out this year. Ludtke is committed to Nebraska-Omaha of the NCHC and his junior rights belong to the Lincoln Stars of the USHL. Ludtke is another player who could elect to leave high school for his senior season, but the agony of defeat at the state tournament could bring him back for that chance at revenge.
| Cretin-Derham Hall
It was the “Fisher Show” on Cretin-Derham Hall this season as Drew andby far led the Raiders in points respectively. Drew was a senior this year, but Jake was a junior and we could see him back next season. Jake is a Northern Michigan commit and notched 52 points this season. The Raiders were the #2 seed at the state tournament, but lost in the quarterfinals to Prior Lake as a kid named was too much to handle in that game. J. Fisher had a great season though and he could come back for one more season to lead a young Raider team. Cretin-Derham Hall loses a lot of players due to graduation, so next year will be more of a rebuilding/experimental season for Matt Funk’s squad.
very much reminds me of his brother Luke, a player who may not light up the scoresheet, but is very solid defensively and makes plays up and down the ice. Gramer had 24 points this season and Moorhead once again captured the Section 8AA title. I expect Gramer will be back for one last hurrah with Moorhead and they should be a potent team once again with more depth coming up from the bantam level. Gramer is commited to Nebraska-Omaha and his junior rights belong to the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL.
| Cretin-Derham Hall
Despite having a senior heavy group, J. Fisher along withon Cretin-Derham Hall provided some underclassmen star power as well. Houge tallied 30 points on the season and was apart of a very strong top defensive pairing with . With Houge’s defense and Belak in the net, this team was hard to get around defensively. Many people are writing off the Raiders next season due to many players graduating, but if everyone returns, they could surprise a lot of people. Houge should be back for his senior season and watch for him in the Upper Midwest Elite League this fall as well.
had another successful season between the pipes for Wayzata High School, displaying a Goals Against Average of 1.74, Save Percentage of .926 and stonewalling the opponent in 6 games this season. Ingemann’s stellar goaltending and the Trojans always tough defensive core made Wayzata a tough team to score on. Ingemann and Wayzata were not able to get to the promise land after falling in a tough Section 6AA, but they were in the hunt and I would expect them to be in the mix next season as well. Ingemann will be a top senior goaltender going into his senior season and I would expect him to be a Frank Brimsek finalist if he keeps up his outstanding play.