All about Blair’s ice hockey team
Blazers practicing shooting drills at Wheaton Ice Rink.
The casual observer might not even realize that Blair hockey number nine is sophomore Mollie Dalbey, the only girl on the Blair ice hockey team.
Stina Rexford looks like any other Blair hockey player. But she's unusual in two ways. First, she's not a Blazer off the ice. Second, she's the only girl on the team.
Blair's hockey team's playoff run fell just short of a state championship, as the Blazers (14-3) fell to Annapolis-Old Mill (10-3) in a heartbreaking 3-1 loss.
Before the puck dropped on Blair's Nov. 7 opener against the Rockville Rams, there were many questions about whether Blazer Hockey would even be able to field a team. Due to an unusual influx of underclassmen (see Sasha Tidwell's Sept. 25 story detailing the problem here) the team was under threat from being registered as a multi high school (co-op) team.
For the first time in over ten years, the Blazers might not have an ice hockey team for the season.
The Blair varsity hockey team (2-1-1) tied a thrilling game against the Rockville ice hockey team (2-1-1) in a 6-6 game that featured multiple lead changes and tons of goals. Three Blazers were close to a hat trick with juniors Ian Jackson, Sebastian Rubinstein and Max Kronstadt all netting two goals.
The Blair varsity hockey team won a lopsided game against the Damascus Hornets by a score of 6-2. With the win, the Blazers improved to 2-1 on the year, while Damascus fell to a lowly 0-3.
The Blair hockey team (6-4-1) thrashed the Blake Bengals (4-7) 8-0, asserting their offensive and defensive dominance throughout the game and clinching a playoff berth on Feb.8.
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