The Overtime Radio Show recaps some of the Holiday Tournaments. The first period starts off with the St. Louis Park Holiday classic as the Maple Grove Crimson defeated the Wayzata Trojans by a score of 4-2.
Crimson defenseman Jordan Gross potted the game winner late in the third period joins the show along with his head coach Gary Stefano and Wayzata Trojans Pat O'Leary.
The second period looks back at the 25th Annual South St. Paul Premier Tournament that saw the Eagan Wildcats capture their third straight title and had a scrap of a game with the Woodbury Royals, fellow Section 3AA team. Eagan prevailed 3-2 after trailing 2-0 midway through the second period.
Woodbury head coach Wes Bolin discussed his team's effort and Eagan head coach Mike Taylor liked his team's ability to handle the pressure from the Royals.
Wild 102's Zach Swanson reports on the Roseau Rams 4-2 win over the Holy Family Catholic Fire in the Roseau tournament.
A rare 'Overtime' period is required as the Andover Huskies captured the Heritage Tournament in Duluth with a 3-2 overtime win against Cloquet-Esko-Carlton. Not only did the Huskies capture the cup, the also won a huge Section 7AA game for seeding purposes.
We will hear from tournament MVP Andover goalie Chase Perry along with teammate Calvin Rak who scored the game winner in overtime. Coach Mark Manney will also share his thoughts on the game.
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