Champlin Park-Coon Rapids girls hockey aims for division title
With number dwindling at many schools, it isn’t unusual to see new co-ops springing up in girls hockey. Champlin Park and Coon Rapids are paired up this season for the first time, and it’s been a solid start to the co-op. CPCR is 12-6-2 and tied with Spring Lake Park with 9-3 league records on top of the West Division of the Northwest Suburban Conference standings. They do have some tough crossover games left against teams from the stronger North Division of the NWSC. Champlin Park/Coon Rapids faces Anoka in a day-long series of youth and high school games Saturday at the Ice Forum in Champlin as part of Hockey Day Minnesota.