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Prep boys hockey: Hermantown's Plante to participate in All-American Game

The game will be televised at 3 p.m. Monday on NHL Network.

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Zam Plante handles the puck during a home game against Duluth East on March 8, 2021. (Steve Kuchera /
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HERMANTOWN — Hermantown forward Zam Plante will join some of the United States' top boys junior hockey talent in the BioSteel All-American Game Monday in suburban Detroit.
Plante will play on Team Blue in the annual event, which will be televised at 3 p.m. Monday on NHL Network from the USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan.
The event features more than 40 of the country's top draft-eligible prospects with ties to the United States Hockey League and U.S. National Team Development Program U-18 team. Plante played 17 games for the USHL Chicago Steel before the high school season began.
Previous participants in the game include local and UMD alumni Joey Anderson (Roseville), Mikey Anderson (Roseville), Mitchell Mattson (Grand Rapids/Michigan State), Blake McLaughlin (Grand Rapids/Minnesota), Gavin Hain (Grand Rapids/North Dakota), Ryder Donovan (Duluth East/Wisconsin) and Jack Peart (Grand Rapids/St. Cloud State).
Also playing, for the opposing White team, is UMD commit Isaac Howard of Hudson, Wisconsin, who is currently playing for the USNTDP team.

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