Last winter, Salisbury’s reign atop the Housatonic League standings reached four consecutive years.
The Crimson Knights were winners in 13 of their 14 league games, but Lakes Region powerhouse Kimball Union ultimately dethroned the No. 1 team in New England in their second straight meeting for the Elite Eight championship.
Despite losing 14 players, head coach Andrew Will’s club has reloaded and includes some talented senior leaders, including a 20-goal scorer in Vermont commit Lucas Mercuri and four others with a Division 1 future already secured. Don’t expect the Crimson Knights to go anywhere.