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5 Minnesotans Selected in the 2024 PWHL Draft

By Minnesota Hockey, 06/10/24, 9:45PM CDT


The second Professional Women's Hockey League (PWHL) draft was held on Monday, June 10th, in St. Paul. Minnesotans filled up the draft board, with 5 Minnesotans selected throughout the 7-round draft. That included Izzy Daniel, the Minneapolis Native, who won the 2024 Patty Kazmaier Award while playing at Cornell University.

Stats on the Draft and Women's Hockey in Minnesota

  • In 2023-24, Minnesota led all American states with 15,357 registered Girls skaters and 5,292 of those being 8 & Under skaters, which makes up 21% of all American 8 & Under skaters.
  • 5 Minnesotans were selected, which makes up 12% of all players drafted and 25% of all Americans drafted.
  • Of the 5 Minnesotans drafted, 5 different non-profit community-based associations were represented.
  • In the two PWHL drafts, Minnesotans have made up 13% of all players drafted and 34% of all Americans drafted.
Round Pick Player Team Hometown
3 18 Izzy Daniel Toronto Minneapolis
4 19 Gabby Rosenthal New York Blaine
5 26 Mannon McMahon Ottawa Maple Grove
6 36 Anneke Linser Toronto Lino Lakes
7 38 Madeline Wethington Ottawa Edina