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2022 Player of the Year Finalist, Peyton Platter

By WHCA, 02/18/22, 9:00AM CST


General Information

Peyton has been a model citizen in all aspects of his life. He is a leader and a role model in the community, at his school, as a multi-sport athlete, and with his family.

Peyton was chosen by his teammates and coaching staff to represent this team as its captain. He does an outstanding job as team leader setting the example and showing the way. His work ethic and discipline are evidence of his on-ice success. 

Individually he has put up some impressive numbers this season.

  • To date: GP 19 Goals 22 ASST 25 TOT 47 pts
  • Of the 19 games played 13 were against top 10 ranked teams in the state.
  • He contributes to our power play and penalty kill units
  • Of the remaining 6 games he only played a minimal role and minimal minutes as these were against weaker opponents and gave others on the team opportunity.

I think there are many good players across the WIAA this season on many teams in the state. I have NOT seen any player dominate the game the way he does consistently game in and game out this season.


He serves his community participating in many volunteer efforts, specifically, Feed My People Community Table, ECYH mini mite program, EC Youth Hockey,  EC City marathon to name a few.

Career Statistics

Season GP G A PTS
2021-2022 22 24 33 57
2020-2021 18 16 22 38
2019-2020 25 15 16 31
2018-2019 26 7 6 13

Team/School: Eau Claire Memorial
Position: Forward
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 185

Nominated By: Mike Collins & Guy Brown, Head and Assistant Coaches

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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