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New Blackhawks ... Old Blackhawks

 

September 4, 2019

Todd Nielsen

The Stockton offense sputtered much of the night until they finally began clicking in the fourth quarter

The Stockton Blackhawks are a team full of hungry players. Although the Blackhawks didn't graduate a lot of players from last year's team in terms of numbers, they did graduate a lot in terms of importance to their team. That allowed for the opportunity for some players to step into larger roles, and many current Blackhawks are looking to take advantage of that opportunity.

Offensively, the graduation of Conference Player of the Year Colin Dvorak opened up the opportunity for more carries. Jason Hermann, Hunter Hille and Andrew Haas split the duties, with Hermann getting the lion's share o...



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