Bloomington Jefferson at Chaska
7 p.m., Tuesday, April 28
No. 3 Bloomington Jefferson is off to a super start, winning five consecutive games propelled by an offense that's averaging 13.8 goals per game.
After allowing 14 goals in a season-opening loss to Hopkins, Chaska's defense has steeled and only allowed five goals while winning its last three games.
Is the Hawks' defense the kryptonite to the Jaguars' offense? Tuesday's Metro West Conference matchup will let us know.
Bloomington Jefferson (5-0, 2-0) is led by junior attackman Ryan Graff (11-14-25), who can score and distribute. Senior attackman Joey Eggleston (15 goals) and senior midfielder Malik Enpenyong (14 goals) fluster opposing defenses with their relentless offensive attack.
Chaska has allowed just two goals in conference play this season, but the Hawks (3-1) can also score.
Junior attackmen Daniel Urbanciz (14-6-20) and Devan Friedbauer (12-4-16) provide some serious punch in the offensive zone.