Posted On: 07/27/20 9:07 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 Andover.

How last season went

The Huskies were an absolute force in the Northwest Suburban Conference last season, going 11-0-1 in conference play against teams like Blaine, Maple Grove, and Centennial. Their last loss of the regular season came on January 7th to St. Cloud Cathedral, who went on to finish 3rd in State for Class A. From there, the senior-loaded juggernaut won 12 straight games going into sections, and outscored their opponents 24-1 in section playoffs to secure Andover’s first-ever appearance in the MN State High School Hockey Tournament.

Andover seemed like a team of destiny, securing a 1 seed in the State Tournament and facing off against a gritty St. Thomas Academy team, who won their way in despite being ranked 5th in their section tournament. Unfortunately for the Huskies, they ran into a hot goaltender in Tommy Aitkin, who stopped 33 of 35 shots to

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