Grayson Limke, Holy Family
7. Holy Family
2019-2020 Record: 21-6
2019-2020 Finish: Class AA, Section 2 semifinals (lost to Eden Prairie)
Losing four of the team's top-five leading scorers from last year could hurt the Fire, but there's a bevy of young talent that is certainly capable of winning north of 15 games this season.
Sophomore forward Grayson Limke (18-12-30) paced the Fire in points last season and gets help on the offensive side from sophomore Taylor Koeppl (5-16-21) and sophomore transfer Maddy Helmstetter. Helmstetter led Minneapolis in scoring as freshmen last year with 16 goals and 33 points.
Junior defender and Ohio State verbal commit Maeve Kelly (6-14-20) is back on defense, as is standout goaltender Sedona Blair, who earned a GAA of 1.44, a save percentage of .944, and seven shutouts last season. Backup goaltender Jillian Oncay is no slouch either, winning all seven games she played and posting four shutouts. Oncay, a senior, will continue her athletic and academic life next year at the U.S. Naval Academy, where she will join the rowing team after an accomplished youth and prep rowing career.
As of this article's publishing date, Andover transfer Maddie Kaiser's eligibility status for varsity athletics is up in the air. The junior Minnesota Duluth verbal commit had 23 goals and 43 points last season for the Huskies.
Sedona Blair, Holy Family