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2022 Player of the Year Finalist, Tyler Dale

By WHCA, 02/16/22, 1:00PM CST


General Information

Tyler Dale is a 4-year Varsity player. He has been our Captain for 3 years. His Junior year, he was a unanimous choice for Classic 8 Player of the Year and a Second Team All-State player. He ended his Junior season #3 in the state in points and was a USA Today National Athlete Nominee.

This year Tyler has lead our team to a Classic 8 Conference Championship, leading the conference in both scoring and assists while amassing a Wings best record thus far at 18-2.

He is currently #2 in the state in points with the highest points per game average.

He is a 4-year player for Team Wisconsin.


Every year at Catholic Memorial High School, Tyler participates in a community service day aimed to help those in need in the Waukesha area. Some of these service hours included making Thanksgiving meals shared with those in need, and ringing bells for the Salvation Army. Last year Tyler organized a ceremonial puck drop for Isaac Smart, a Waukesha you hockey player fighting cancer, to support and raise awareness for cancer. This year Tyler participated in a Waukesha Wings fundraiser/hockey night for the people affected by the Christmas Parade tragedy. The fundraiser raised $2500. Tyler also spends time in the summer teaching and coaching young hockey players from all over southeastern Wisconsin.

Career Statistics

Season GP G A PTS
2021-2022 23 50 40 90
2020-2021 24 36 43 79
2019-2020 26 36 28 64
2018-2019 29 16 12 28

Team/School: Waukesha (Catholic Memorial High School)
Position: Forward
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 165

Nominated by: Raja Aylsworth, Head Coach

Academic information is used as part of the Player of the Year nomination process, but Wisconsin Prep Hockey will not be publishing student-athlete academic information.

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