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    Season's over - Now what?

    <strong>Pat O'Leary</strong> Wayzata boys' hockey head coach; 2016 Class AA Mariucci Award winner for Coach of the Year; former Golden Gopher, Robbinsdale Armstrong High School hockey player.

    "Dealing with the end of the season is always tough, win or lose, because the staff and players spend a lot of time together and become a second family. (We will have) team and individual meetings to discuss off-season goals and expectations."

    <strong>Ronda (Curtin) Engelhardt </strong> Breck School girls' hockey head coach; former Golden Gopher and Roseville High School player; Two-time All-American; Minnesota Ms. Hockey 1999.

    “The end of the season is always filled with mixed emotions. It's hard knowing that the team will never be the same and you know you won't coach some of your players again. It also frees up a lot of my time, which means I can be more present for my kids."

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    In Minnesota, hockey is more than a game. It's a part of life. It embodies who we are - capturing our passion, our commitment and our joy. It's a connection to previous and future generations and a source of pride for Minnesotans, from Roseau to Red Wing. 

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