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Press-Gazette all-area hockey team

8:34 PM, Apr. 3, 2013  |  Comments
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Forwards

Brett Gruber, jr., Green Bay Notre Dame: The Joe Pavelski Award winner and WHCA all-state forward led the Tritons in scoring for a second straight season with 57 points (28 goals, 29 assists).

Steven Phillips, sr., Green Bay Notre Dame: The Tritons' captain was one of eight finalists for Wisconsin's Mr. Hockey award. The 6-foot-2, 212-pounder has been a top-nine forward all four years with Notre Dame and received honorable-mention all-state from the WHCA.

Will Reabe, jr., De Pere: An honorable-mention all-state choice by the WHCA, Reabe was a first team all-Fox River Classic Conference selection after being the league's third-leading scorer with 43 points (26 goals, 17 assists) during the regular season.

Hunter Routheau, sr., Green Bay United: Posted 38 points (18 goals, 20 assists) as the Gryphons' leading scorer for a second straight season. Earned honorable-mention all-state from the WHCA for a second consecutive year.

Defensemen

Matt Berkovitz, jr., Ashwaubenon: The University of Wisconsin recruit recorded 25 points (11 goals, 14 assists) in 23 games as the Jaguars' leading scorer. Made first-team all-state from the WHCA after receiving honorable mention last season.

Luke Davison, jr., Green Bay Notre Dame: A second-round pick of the Chicago Steel in last year's USHL entry draft, Davison was awarded the Davis Drewiske Award, which is given to the state's top defenseman by Wisconsin Prep Hockey. The WHCA all-state player was the Tritons' third-leading scorer (five goals, 39 assists) and had a plus-minus rating of plus-41.

Goaltender

Ryan Wischow, jr., Ashwaubenon: The FRCC player of the year's 758 saves was the fifth most in the state and he led the conference with a .928 save percentage. Received all-state honors from the WHCA and was a finalist for Wisconsin Prep Hockey's Nathan Siclovan Award, which is given to the state's top goalie.

Coach of the year

JP Coppo, De Pere: The Voyageurs had their most successful season under WIAA affiliation in Coppo's second year at the helm, finishing second in the Fox River Classic Conference and moving into the top five of the state rankings at one point before falling in the sectional semifinals to Appleton United 3-2 in triple overtime.

Honorable mention

Forwards: Mason Appleton, jr., G.B. Notre Dame; Logan Froberg, so., Bay Port; Trace Jocewicz, sr., De Pere; Drew Neuville, sr., Bay Port; Robert Neuwirth, sr., De Pere; Jason Reynolds, sr., G.B. Notre Dame; Ryley Roeser, sr., G.B. United. Defensemen: Grant Kluesner, sr., G.B. Notre Dame; Emmett Kulick, so., De Pere; Tony Stillwell, so., G.B Notre Dame; Riley Tilot, jr., Bay Port; Will Woodward, sr., G.B. Notre Dame. Goalies: Will Griswold, jr., G.B. United; Ross Kulick, sr., De Pere.

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