Andover Huskies boys hockey team ranked No. 2 in state

December 15, 2018 06:24 PM

The Andover Huskies boys hockey team is off to a great start to their season. They sit at 6-0 and are ranked second in the class 2A state rankings, behind only the defending state champions Minnetonka Skippers.

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One of the bigger wins on the early season came on Saturday, December 8 inside the Andover Community Center. The opponent was perennial powerhouse Duluth East, who the Huskies had never beaten.

It was a tight game throughout and eventually went to overtime. With under a minute left in overtime, junior center Luke Kron scored to give the Huskies a thrilling 2-1 win.

On the season, Andover is scoring 6.17 goals per game and only giving up 0.83 goals per contest.

There is certainly a lot of season left, but the Andover Huskies seem to be ready for all the challenges thrown at them this year.

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