With high-risk winter sports waiting for the green light to play for so long, we caught up with MHS varsity hockey captains – seniors Charlie Dente and Max Nodiff – to ask about the challenges and goals for this unprecedented season.
Minnetonka High School girls hockey head coach Tracy Cassano recorded her 200th win as a coach, becoming the first women to do so in Minnesota high school hockey history.
The Bismarck Blizzard are taking it one day at a time as they go for their seventh straight state title.
Verona High School boys hockey is happy to be out on the ice playing together and has worked hard to make that happen. But as the playoffs begin, the Wildcats’ focus is shifting towards defending their title.
Princeton commit Uma Corniea has become an elite goaltender for both Breck and Edina. Her love for the game has already led her to two state titles and a second-place finish as she enters her sophomore season.
After losing a five-overtime state championship game heartbreaker last year, the Fort Collins Lambkins are back with the team to beat in Colorado.
After a rare absence from the state championship game, Grand Forks Central boys hockey is back and ready to make it to the last game of the season once again.
Back on Nov. 6, the Maine Eclipse battled the New England Wolves in Biddeford for their last game until January.
Zak Kennett and the Red Lake Falls Eagles are trying to stay prepared for the season and improve on last year’s success.
Joe Archie, a Canadian hockey player got the opportunity of a lifetime to play at his dream school until there was one car ride that would change his life forever.