Max Plante (Hermantown) was chosen by his Royal Blue teammates to share the team's highlights for the day to the dinner crowd. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Max Plante (Hermantown), Robby House (Minnetonka) and Mason McElroy (Wayzata) were among the players chosen to stand in front of a packed dining room and shred share their teams' highlights from the day to the group.
Per camp tradition, each of the six teams selected a player to share their highlights. McElroy, a goaltender who led Wayzata to the Bantam AA state championship this spring, appeared to be particularly at ease under the spotlight.
The dinner also included a speech from University of Minnesota strength and conditioning coach Cal Dietz, who encouraged players to embrace a "warrior mentality" toward their on and off-ice workouts.
Dietz, who has worked with world-class athletes from multiple sports, said the common trait shared by all of them is their mental attitude, specifically a hunger to uncover ways to improve every day.
Cal Dietz. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Dallas Vieau (Hermantown) had a hat trick as Royal Blue (3-0) remained the lone unbeaten team by cruising past winless Gold (0-3).
Brodie Ziemer (Shattuck-St. Mary's) added two goals and an assist in what was easily the most lopsided game of the camp so far.
Kam Hendrickson. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Trevor Aberwald (Champlin Park) scored twice as Light Blue handed Green its first loss of the camp.
Both of Aberwald's goals were unassisted tallies that came in the second half.
John Whipple. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Red (1-2) lost despite a big performance from Gavin Uhlenkamp (Chanhassen), who finished with a goal and two assists.
Andrew Lane. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com