Posted On: 07/21/20 3:19 AM

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 St. Cloud.

How last season went

Nearing the end of 2019, St. Cloud apparently decided it was time to get on a hot streak. The team rattled off 11 wins in its next 12 games. That put St. Cloud in a great position to capture the Central Lakes Conference championship.

The squad did just that with a 9-1-1 conference record. Along the way, St. Cloud picked up quality wins, including triumphs against Elk River, Mankato East, Farmington, Roseau and Alexandria.

Besides being conference champions, St. Cloud was good enough to be the No. 4 seed in Section 8AA. Things started well as St. Cloud pushed on with a 6-3 win against Rogers in the quarterfinals. Then, it was on to a matchup with top-seeded Moorhead in the semifinals. The Spuds proved to be too much and rolled past St. Cloud.

Who’s back and who’s gone

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