The United States Hockey League (USHL) has announced its All-USHL Teams for the 2023-24 season.

League awards are voted on by each member club’s General Manager after each club nominates their players for awards.

Selected All-USHL First Team are forwards Mac Swanson (Fargo), Michael Hage (Chicago) and Matvei Gridin (Muskegon), defensemen Leo Gruba (Fargo) and Joona Vaisanen (Dubuque) along with goaltender Hampton Slukynsky (Fargo).

Mac Swanson

Mac Swanson generated 77 points on 26 goals and 51 assists in 55 games for the AndersonCup-winning Fargo Force in 2023-24. The Anchorage, Alaska, native led the USHL in assists, ranked third in points and tied for the top plus-minus rating in the League with a +39 mark.  The University of North Dakota commit totalled seven points on three goals and four assists in a 12-4 win over Sioux Falls Feb. 9 and he was rated #152 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings. Swanson helped Team USA win a bronze medal at this year’s World Junior A Challenge.

 

Michael Hage

Michael Hage registered 75 points on 33 goals and 42 assists in 54 games with the Chicago Steel during the 2023-24 regular season.Committed to the University of Michigan, Hage was selected and played in the 2024 Chipotle All-American Game in Plymouth, Mich., Jan. 24. The Mississauga, Ont., native had a five-point night in a 9-7 win over the Madison Capitols Nov. 10. He was rated #10 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings.

 

Matvei Gridin

Matvei Gridin finished the 2023-24 regular season with a USHL-best 83 points after scoring 38 goals and assisting on 45 others in 60 games with the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Committed to the University of Michigan, Gridin ranked fourth in the league in goals and tied for fourth in assists. His 29 power play points ranked second in the League and his 208 shots on goal was fourth. Gridin was rated #21 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings.

 

 

Leo Gruba

Leo Gruba completed the 2023-24 campaign leading all USHL defensemen in scoring with 57 points on 22 goals and 35 assists with the Fargo Force. His 22 goals were tops amongst all League blueliners and his 35 assists ranked second. Gruba, who was named USHL Defenseman of the Week three times during the course of the season, tied for the USHL plus-minus lead with a +39 mark. The University of Minnesota commit led USHL defensemen with 185 shots on goal and ranked second with seven power play goals.

 

 

Joona Vaisanen

Joona Vaisanen recorded 40 points with nine goals and 31 assists for the Dubuque Fighting Saints in 2023-24. Vaisanen, who’s committed to Western Michigan, ranked fourth amongst all USHL defensemen in scoring, and his +31 rating tied for fourth. He was rated #83 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings.

 

 

 

 

Hampton Slukynsky

Hampton Slukynsky led USHL goaltenders in wins with a 28-3-0-0 record with the Fargo Force this season. Committed to Northern Michigan, Slukynsky’s 1.86 goals against average and .923 save percentage also led the League, as did his five shutouts. Named USHL Goaltender of the Week three times in 2023-24, Slukynsky was drafted in the fourth round (#118) by the Los Angeles Kings in 2023. Slukynsky helped Team USA win a bronze medal at this year’s World Junior A Challenge.

 

 

USHL Second Team selections

Selected All-USHL Second Team are forwards Trevor Connelly (Tri-City), Zam Plante (Fargo), and Noah Powell (Dubuque), defensemen Ty Hanson (Sioux City) and Vladislav Lukashevich (Tri-City) along with goaltender Kevin Reidler (Dubuque).

Trevor Connelly

Trevor Connelly ranked second in the USHL in 2023-24 with 78 points on 31 goals and 47 assists in 52 games with the Tri-City Storm. Committed to Providence, Connelly was named USHL Forward of the Week twice during the course of the season. The Tustin, Calif., native ranked second in the League in points per game with a 1.50 mark and assists. Connelly, who helped Team USA win a bronze medal at this year’s World Junior A Challenge, was rated #6 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings.

 

 

 

Zam Plante

Zam Plante racked up 71 points on 26 goals and 45 assists in 57 games played in helping the Fargo Force win the Anderson Cup as USHL regular-season champion this year. Plante, who helped Team USA win a bronze medal at this year’s World Junior A Challenge, tied for seventh in points, ranked fourth in the League in assists and his 11 power play goal tied for seventh. A Minnesota-Duluth commit, Plante was drafted by Pittsburgh in 2022 (#150, fifth round).

 

 

Noah Powell

Noah Powell, a Northbrook, Ill., native, who played 61 games with the Eastern-Conference Champion Dubuque Fighting Saints, led the USHL with 43 goals this season and his 74 points ranked fifth. Committed to Ohio State, his 16 power-play goals were also tops in the League and his 29.9 shooting percentage was second.

 

 

 

Ty Hanson

Ty Hanson ranked second amongst all USHL defensemen with 47 points on 10 goals and 37 assists in 59 games played in 2023-24. Hanson, who helped the Sioux City Musketeers to a second-place finish in the Western Conference, led USHL defensemen in assists and was a two-time USHL Defenseman of the Week this year. He’s committed to Minnesota-Duluth.

 

 

 

Vladislav Lukashevich

Vladislav Lukashevich had 11 goals and 32 assists for 43 points in 54 games with the Tri-City Storm this year. He ranked second amongst USHL defensemen in points and his 32 assists tied for third.

 

 

 

 

Kevin Reidler

Kevin Reidler crafted a 2.86 goals against average and a .902 save percentage to go along with a 27-5-2-4 record in 39 games played in helping the Dubuque Fighting Saints to a first-place finish in the Eastern Conference this year. His three shutouts tied for second in the USHL and the Nebraska-Omaha commit was named USHL Goaltender of the Week on three occasions during the season.

 

 

 

USHL Third Team Selections 

Selected All-USHL Third Team are forwards Austin Burnevik (Madison), Jake Sondreal (Dubuque) and Sacha Boisvert (Muskegon), defensemen Michael Hagens (Chicago) and Brasen Boser (Fargo) along with goaltender Carsen Musser (Madison).

Austin Burnevik

Austin Burnevik tied for seventh in the USHL in scoring this year with 71 points on 40 goals and 31 assists in 61 games with the Madison Capitols. He ranked second in the league in goals, his 226 shots on goal also ranked second, while his 11 power-play goals tied for seventh. Named USHL Forward of the Week once this season, the St. Cloud State commit was rated #113 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings.

 

 

 

Jake Sondreal

Jake Sondreal finished the 2023-24 regular season ranking 10 in scoring with 69 points (27 goals and 42 assists) in 60 games with the Dubuque Fighting Saints. Rated #173 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings, the Boston College commit tied for 10th in the USHL in assists.

 

 

 

Sacha Boisvert

Sacha Boisvert had 36 goals and 32 assists for 68 points in 61 games with the Muskegon Lumberjacks in 2023-24. The University of North Dakota commit ranked fifth in the USHL in goals and 11th in points and his 14 power-play goals tied for third. He was rated #16 in the final NHLCS Draft rankings.

 

 

 

Michael Hagens

Michael Hagens, who saw action in 59 games with the Chicago Steel in 2023-24, had seven goals and 25 assists for 32 points to rank 12th in scoring by defensemen in the USHL this season. Hagens is committed to Boston College.

 

 

 

 

Brasen Boser

Brasen Boser had 37 points on seven goals and 30 assists in 61 games with the Fargo Force in 2023-24. Committed to Arizona State, Boser tied for sixth in points in the USHL amongst all defensemen, and his 30 assists tied for sixth. His +36 rating ranked third amongst all skaters in the League this season.

 

 

 

 

Carsen Musser

Carsen Musser finished the 2023-24 season with a 17-11-2-2 record in 32 games played with the Madison Capitols this season. Musser, a Colorado College commit, ranked fourth in the USHL with a 2.74 goals against average and his .905 save percentage ranked second.

 

 

 

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