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I believe in long-term athletic development, kids playing multiple sports, and committing to the process of development...not the outcome. Developing core hockey skills (edges and hands), understanding concepts, and loving the game are core to the success for youth hockey players. At MPH culture is everything - welcome to MPH!
We run summer AAA Hockey teams at the Invite and Open Level under the brand "MPH." We also run year-round skills development sessions around the metro (Minneapolis/St. Paul) - morning skates, after-school development, 1 on 1 or small group stick handling lessons, High School captains practices, and Association In-Season, Fall, and Summer Development Programs.
@MPH_Hockey with a busy weekend with the 2006 Black, 2006 Green, 2007 Black, 2007 Green, 2008 Gold, and 2009 Black all in action this weekend. Thank you to the families for the support…
2008 East - Stars of Tomorrow Champions Phoenix Cahill & Luke Larsen
Super Series / Major Squirts - Cole Cheeseman, Axel Bisbee & Avi Kasargod (w/ Gabe Perron) - Part of Team West - "Chip" Team
2007 South - Stars of Tomorrow 3rd place
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|Avery||Cheeseman||2004 - Family||15,135|
Ignite the Ice— YHH (@YouthHockeyHub) April 14, 2019
MPH knocked off Tommy Chicago to grab the 2008 title Sunday in Prior Lake. Luke Puchner (Waconia, pictured) and Lincoln Ayers-Asad (Bloomington) both had two goals in the win. Hats off to Chris Boeltl and his crew on the nice weekend. pic.twitter.com/kLdgCizLLU
Fun Weekend of Hockey for our MPH teams. https://www.youthhockeyhub.com/news_article/show/1016502
MPH is proud of the success that Jack and Carson had this weekend. Congratulations to CCHA for a great weekend.
Over Easter weekend, the MPH 2007 Black Team had a great experience at the 2019 ChiTown Shuffle participating in a 16 team Elite Division with teams from all over North America. The team finished 2-2 - playing against some great competition including the St. Louis Jr. Blues (Octane), Team Mission (Coyote), a CCM Selects Team, and Hometown Hockey.
Owen Lunneborg - Jefferson & Jack Kultgen CCHA - square off in a SqA battle
The MPH 2008 Team - finishes their first season with a 4-1 finish at the Easton Cup...losing a Championship thriller to Yuro - 5-6 in the final "second" of the game. Great game - Brett Middleton was outstanding in the net.
The MPH 2006 team had another great showing - finishing 3rd at the Easton Cup! Thank you to Coach Chris, Coach Max, and Coach Buddy for leading the team this weekend. Great job by Nick Fuller and Isaac Ngyuen in net.
The MPH 2007 Stars completed the weekend 4-1, beating Hometown Hockey 7-3 in the final (Shots 37-18). Gavin Kor had a big game with 5 points, followed by Will Youngberg with 2A, and Lincoln Ayers-Assad with a goal and an assist. Ryder Betzold, Gavin Kor, and Cole Cheeseman led MPH in scoring for the weekend and Owen Lunneborg shut the door for MPH.
Pictured Below: Gavin Kor, Ryder Betzold, Gavin Lati, Daylin Cline, Jack Kultgen, Riley Kurtz, Jayden Kurtz, Gabe Perron, Cole Cheeseman, Avi Kasargod, Lincoln Ayers-Assad, Will Youngberg, Hudson Adams, Kellen Conway, and Owen Lunneborg.
It has been another great season of development with more Fall / Winter development sessions to come.
MPH 2007/2008 led by Coach Brian Famigletti and Alex Bisbee - finish 3rd at the Combat Cup 2018. The group has done a great job of playing 2008 Invite Events and also playing up in 2007 Open events to challenge the athletes and give them opportunities for growth.
MPH 2008 led by Coach Brian Famigletti and Alex Bisbee - finish 3rd at the AAA Showdown. The group is gaining momentum in the first season.
MPH Teams played hard this weekend: 1) MPH 2006 - 2nd Place Independent Classic (4-1) 2) MPH 2006 - 2nd place Mountain Dew Blast (3-2) 3) MPH 2007 Invite - 3rd Place - Independent Classic (4-1) 4) MPH 07/08 - Champs Mountain Dew Blast 2007 Open 5) MPH 2008 - 5th place - Mountain Dew Blast (2-2) 6) MPH 2009 - Champs - Mountain Dew Blast Open (4-0)
Congratulations to the 9 MPH players and 1 sibling who completed the MPH Summer Shooting Challenge for their respective level.
Will Youngberg (2007) led the program with 19,000 shots followed by Gabe Perron (2007), Avi Kasargod (2008), Cole Cheeseman (2007), Dane Robeck (2007), Luke Fuller (2008), Drew Cheng (2009), Dylan Savoie (2009), and Max Niemiec (2012). Avery Cheeseman (sibling - Minneapolis High School Girl's Player).
We appreciate the dedication displayed by our players who attempted the challenge - there is no substitute for hard work. Bottom Line - the kids have to learn to set their own goals, track them, and achieve them and the Shooting Challenge is a medium to teach this life skill and to work on shooting and stickhandling.
Honorable Mention to a few players who participated, but did not achieve their goal (but are positioned to do so next year)...Jack DeHaven (2006) and Braxton Helmers (2007) who where within 25% of the shots needed to complete their goal.
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Congratulations to Jayden Kurtz (07), Phoenix Cahill (08), and Alex Bisbee (08) for their participation in the 2018 Minnesota Selects.
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