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Bemidji State head coach Tom Serratore gives instructions to his players duringt a game this season. The Beavers finished with a 10-21-7 record overall and made the WCHA playoffs as the No. 8 seed before bowing out to eventual NCAA Tournament team Ferris State. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer File photo

MEN'S HOCKEY: Young Beavers make strides in 2013-14; but team seeks more consistency

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BEMIDJI — If the 2013-14 season is any indication, Bemidji State’s youth movement is well underway.

And that should bode well for the future of the men's hockey program.

The Beavers went 10-21-7, but with only three seniors and a talented group of sophomores and freshmen who stepped on campus ready to play, the next few seasons should only get better for BSU.

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Jack Hittinger
Jack Hittinger is a sports reporter for the Bemidji Pioneer, focusing on Bemidji State but also covering area high schools. He hails from the Great State of Michigan. Read his Bemidji State blog at http://thebeaverblog.areavoices.com/ and follow him on Twitter at @Jackhitts.
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