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Posted On: 10/21/20 9:53 PM

A teammates chemistry and comfort-level on the ice is a crucial part of generating momentum for their team. Typically, it involves each player chipping in equally to contribute to a common team-goal. This week I’m previewing teammates that go above and beyond to compliment each other and I will preview their trends heading into the 2020-21 season.

Blake High School:

 For Minnesota star-power, this team is loaded.  When you look at the games of this pairing you see intelligent, poised scorers  that can explode for 2-3 goals and 3-4 points any given game. Joe MillerJoeMillerForwardBlake | 2021StateMN and Tristan BrozTristanBrozForwardBlake | 2021StateMN are dynamic teammates that give Blake an edge competing. Miller scored 59 points (25 goals and 34 assists) last season as Blake has developed into a power-house since joining the big boys at Class AA.
Broz was a huge complimentary piece for the Bears for their Minnesota State Tournament appearance. Broz added 56 points (29 goals and 27 assists) last season. The duo proved to be a lethal one-two punch
 before falling in the State Tournament semi-finals to Eden Prairie 4-1. Eden Prairie eventually lost to Hill-Murray in

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