How you became a better player this season

What you will miss most about prep hockey

Memorable team-bonding moment this season


Learned how to be an even better leader both on and off the ice.

Playing with girls I have been with since I was 10 years old.

My team went up north to my cabin. The car ride up and skating on the lake was so much fun.


Learned a lot about the team-first mentality and helping everyone be at their best.

Playing with the girls I’ve known since I was 6 years old.

Achieved a longtime team goal of beating Hill-Murray, and we did it at home with the stands full.


My skating. And learning how important it is to provide guidance to the younger players.

My teammates. We have all grown so close over the years.

Hanging out in the locker room. We have a fun time listening to music and laughing.


Didn’t let any game go over my head, and I always tried to put in my best effort.

Playing with the girls I’ve grown up playing with.

Staying in Warroad for the Christmas tournament.


My level of maturity went up, and I started to cherish the game more.

My teammates and coaches will be hard to leave. That is something I am not ready for.

Volunteering at Feed My Starving Children with my team and the boys’ hockey team.


By pushing my teammates and having them push me on the ice every practice.

Playing in the Lake Conference against some of my best friends, and pasta parties before games.

Going to the Gophers women’s hockey game against Ohio State.

David La Vaque