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Minnesota Hockey

Head coach Cailyn Olesen talks about the team's season in the competitive Lake Conference that includes teams like Edina, Minnetonka and Wayzata, coaching at a co-op program and what next year might look like for the squad.
After missing the section semifinals for the first time in over 20 years in 2021, Cathedral boys hockey regained their footing in 2021-22 with a new identity and new members of the coaching staff.
After defeating Andover, Prior Lake, and Lakeville South this season, Rosemount is excited about the future ahead, but the road may not be easy after losing 13 seniors this offseason.
The Greyhounds’ legend has 658 career victories and led the program to state titles in 1995 and 1998.

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After losing 13 seniors in 2020-2021, the Storm'n Sabres knew that the last season wouldn't be easy. The team has spent the past season acclimating young players to a varsity roster and has found new leaders all over the ice.
After going 0-26 in 2019-2020, Rochester Lourdes boys hockey worked their way back up to end the 2021-2022 season with a 19-8 record and a good feeling about going forward.
Rogers wrapped up the 2021-2022 season with a 19-8-1 record, going undefeated in the Northwest Suburban conference, but lost in the Section 5AA championship game to Maple Grove. The team is hungry for the next step.
The Trojans finished the 2021-2022 season with a 17-9-1 record, but with some key players graduating and Williamson stepping down to focus on her career, things may look a bit different for the team next year.
Amsoil Arena set to host up to nine games in four days at the end of February, starting with the 7A boys semifinals on a Thursday
The Rink Live talks with Sartell boys head coach Ryan Hacker about the teams first year in Class AA, some key returners to look out for, the influence of Spencer Meier, and much more.

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Detroit Lakes boys hockey senior captain Beau Boehne wasn't able to finish his final two seasons of high school hockey. He developed myocarditis after his first run-in with COVID-19 in his junior year; he caught COVID again in his senior year, and the risk was too great to continue playing, abruptly ending his high school hockey career.
In an annual tradition, the All Hockey Hair team announced after state tournament
The only other Roseau Ram to win the award is Aaron Ness in 2008.

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