Andover vs. Maple Grove

7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 26

Andover has allowed two goals this season. That sentence was not written in error. Really, that’s two goals allowed, all season. The defending Class 2A state champion Huskies’ dominance has been such that they have allowed a grand total of 83 shots this season, just more than eight per game. Based on its goals scored and shots allowed in each of its 10 games, No. 1-2A Andover, theoretically, could have won or tied five of them without deploying a goalie.

While Andover (10-0-0) goalies don’t see a lot of action, senior Hannah Skavnak, a Minnesota State Mankato commit, and sophomore Courtney Stagman have proven capable, as each has four shutouts.

Huskies scoring leader Peyton Hemp, a senior committed to Minnesota, has 31 points. Eight other Andover players have double-digit points.

Maple Grove (8-3-0) had won five straight games before falling 1-0 to Blaine last Friday in a matchup in which the No. 7-2A Crimson outshot the Bengals 43-14. Quinnipiac commit Tristana Tatur (9 goals) and St. Thomas recruit Lauren Stenslie (11 goals), who are both seniors, pace the Maple Grove offense.