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High school hockey: Times All-North First Team capsules

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Tyler Young, Massena (MVP)

Year: Senior.

Height: 5-11

Stats: 18 goals, 15 assists

Plans: junior hockey.

Quote: “He’s a great player that plays with a lot of jam. He’s a great leader both on and off the ice. He’s willing to make the sacrifices necessary to achieve all the things he has done.” Massena coach Mike Trimboli.

Zeb Brown, Norwood-Norfolk

Year: Junior.

Height: 5-8

Stats: 22 goals, 43 assists.

Plans: Undecided.

Quote: “He is the ultimate teammate. He always puts the team first and is a leader in and out of the locker room. I consider him a cornerstone to build your team around. He will do whatever is asked of him, play forward or defense, with no questions asked.” Norwood-Norfolk coach Paul Durant.

Logan Ford, Potsdam

Year: Junior

Height: 5-6

Stats: 18 goals, 33 assists.

Plans: undecided.

Quote: “One of the things he has going for him is his hockey IQ, which is way above and beyond people his age. He’s a fun player to watch. I like having a player like him to watch all the time.” Potsdam coach Al Benda.


Sean Shepard, IHC

Year: Sophomore.

Stats: 9 goals, 15 assists.

Plans: Undecided.

Quote: “He’s been solid all the way for us. He’s a very natural, hard working and solid defenseman. He has great vision and his work ethic is above reproach.” IHC coach Randy Pound.

Tye Terrance, Salmon River

Year: Senior.

Height: 5-8

Stats: 11 goals, 9 assists.

Plans: looking at prep schools.

Quote: “He’s a very good defender, but he’s also a threat to rush the puck end-to-end. He’s always been unselfish and he’s been a nice guy to build around the last couple years. He takes how we are performing personally.” Salmon River coach Tim Cook.


David Prudhomme, OFA

Year: Junior.

Height: 5-11

Stats: 2.50 goals-against average, .920 save percentage.

Plans: undecided.

Quote: “he was the foundation of our team. We won games because of him. He’s able to move side-to-side and he’s athletic and he gets up and down quick.” OFA coach Jon Frederick.

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