Posted On: 07/17/20 2:11 PM

With the 2020-21 season still months out, it’s time to take a look at teams from all over the State of Hockey and examine what happened this past season and what’s ahead. The next team we’re breaking down is Southwest Christian/Richfield.

How last season went

The Stars are a relatively new co-op program still looking to find their footing amongst those in Class 1A. They didn't help their cause early on last season as they dropped their first four contests.

However, that fortune changed during the rest of the regular season. Southwest Christian/Richfield went on to go 12-7-2 the rest of the way while averaging 3.88 points per game. The Stars relied on that high-scoring approach to head into the postseason with a 12-11-2 record.

In the Section 2A tournament, Southwest Christian/Richfield opened with Waconia in the play-in round. The Stars notched a win as they won 4-1. Next up was a tough opponent in Delano. Though Southwest Christian/Richfield gave the Tigers everything they could handle, Delano prevailed with a 3-2 win.

Who's back and who's gone

Nic Gustafson was surely a bright spot for the Stars. He graduates after scoring 30 goals and tacking on 36 assists. Besides

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