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|St. Paul Lakers|
|City:||Inner Grove Heights, Minnesota|
|League:||Minnesota Junior Hockey League|
|Colors:||Purple, Black and Silver|
|1993–2000:||East Metro Lakers|
|2000–2009:||St. Paul Lakers|
|2014–present:||Forest Lake Lakers|
Formed by Ralph Hayne in 1993 as the East Metro Lakers, the team called Aldrich Arena in White Bear Lake home until 2000. The team renamed "St. Paul Lakers" and moved to Highland Arena for one season before relocating to Veterans Memorial Community Center in Inver Grove Heights until 2009. In 2009 they moved to a new home and became the Edina Lakers.
|Season||GP||W||L||T||OTL||Pts||GF||GA||Regular Season Finish||Playoffs|
|2009–10||50||27||19||0||4||58||195||162||6th, MNJHL||Lost Division Quarterfinals|
|2012–13||50||23||23||—||4||50||189||220||6th, MNJHL-MN||Lost Division Quarterfinals|
|2013–14||46||12||30||—||4||28||107||205||7th, MNJHL-MN||Lost Division Quarterfinals|
|2014–15||42||26||16||—||—||52||163||109||6th, MNJHL-MN||Lost Division Semifinals|
|2015–16||48||39||7||—||2||80||257||91|| 1st of 9, Western Conf.|
2nd of 17, USPHL-Midwest
|Won Conf. Quarterfinals, 2-1 vs. Decatur Blaze|
Won Conf. Semifinals, 2-1 vs. Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings
1-1-1 in USPHL Round Robin
(L, 1-3 vs. Eels-USP3; W, 6-3 vs. Hounds-Midwest; T, 2-2 vs. Hitmen-USP3)
One notable former player is Joel Rechlicz, who played with the Lakers in 2003–04 at the age of 16. Recruited by former Lakers General Manager Scott Ludwig, Rechlicz was signed by the coaching staff at the team tryout held in the Madison area in the summer of 2003. Rechlicz went on to play professional hockey in the ECHL, AHL and NHL.
- New York Islanders (2008–10)
- Washington Capitals (2011–12, 2013–14)
- Portland Pirates (while signed with the Phoenix Coyotes) (2012–13)
- Iowa Wild (while signed with the Minnesota Wild) (2014–15)
- Grand Rapids Griffins (while signed with the Detroit Red Wings) (2015)
|Mike LaValle||1995–99||Named assistant coach at Augsburg College|
|Jeff St. Martin||1999–02|
|Don Babineau||2002–04||46-34-1-1 record over two seasons.|
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