Very useful thread. Here are a couple of additional tips.
(1) To make sure the interiors of the boots dry thoroughly, always pull out the insoles at the end of the session. Foam insoles, in particular, soak up a lot of sweat. Loosen the laces, and pull the tongues forward and to the side to expose as much of the interiors of the boots as possible.
(2) To dry off the blades and the exteriors of the boots, I use 3 wipes and 2 soakers. For many years, I used chamois for wipes. But real chamois is hard to find these days, and require a long break-in period. I now use microfiber wipes. The nap is particularly effective on suede boots. After a session, I use a first wipe to clean off the slush and most of the water. I then use a second wipe for more thorough drying, and put on a first pair of soakers. When I get home, I remove the first pair of soakers, use a third wipe to dry off residual water that has condensed, and then put on a second pair of soakers. Another poster suggested running the blades under hot water to prevent condensation, but I think you would risk splashing water onto and into the boot (especially if you have access only to bathroom sinks, and not utility sinks, at the rink).