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Posted On: 08/2/20 3:32 AM

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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 Chanhassen.

How last season went

Chanhassen did not have a season to remember, as they struggled to get any sort of consistency throughout the season, especially on the offensive end. The Storm scored one goal or less in 14 games and were shutout six times, making it hard to win most games despite the score usually remaining close. Chanhassen ended the regular season with a record of 7-18, finishing last in the Metro West Conference.

Entering playoffs, the Storm had a steep hill to climb to get out of Section 2AA, which features the likes of Eden Prarie, Prior Lake, and Chaska. Chanhassen faced the #3 seed Minnetonka and despite a solid effort defensively, saw their scoring drought continue and ended the season with a 0-3 loss to the Skippers.

Who’s gone and who’s back

Chanhassen is going to look a lot different next year, as they are

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