Three students represent BSM at the Minnesota Hockey All-Star Game

Three students represent the BSM community during All-Star game.

Kylie Krumenauer

Three students represent the BSM community during All-Star game.

Kylie Krumenauer, Staff Writer

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Three BSM hockey players––junior goalie Carson Limesand, senior forward Blake Mesenburg, and senior defenseman Nate Schweitzer––were invited to play in the second annual Minnesota High School All-Star Prospects game on Saturday, November 9. The All-Star Game is a chance for the best players in the state to face off at the same time, with college and NHL scouts in the stands.

An “undisclosed panel made up of NHL scouts, college coaches, and other hockey minded entities” nominated the players. Seniors and juniors were picked from all over the state; players from Edina to St-Cloud Cathedral were selected for the game. BSM was one of the most represented schools, with three players on the ice. “It was an honor to be nominated to play in the game with other top high school players in Minnesota,” Schweitzer said. 

It was an honor to be nominated to play in the game with other top high school players in Minnesota.”

— Nate Schweitzer

This game was picked, designed, and watched by college and NHL scouts. “I wasn’t nervous, I just wanted to go into [the game] having fun, not worrying about it so much,” Blake Mesenburg said. 

Three players in the Minnesota All-Star Prospects Game bodes well BSM’s hockey season this year. Senior captains Blake Mesenburg and Nate Schweitzer say they are looking forward to having a shot at this year’s state championship trophy.