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By Star Tribune staff reports, 12/23/10, 11:16PM CST

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Hill-Murray adds to pattern

HILL-MURRAY 3, WHITE BEAR LAKE 0:

New venue for the White Bear Lake boys' hockey team, same result of late against rival Hill-Murray.

Thursday's game, played before a capacity crowd of 1,300 fans at the brand new Vadnais Heights Sports Complex, ended with a 3-0 Hill-Murray victory.

The Pioneers have now won 14 consecutive games against the Bears (5-2). White Bear Lake last beat Hill-Murray (5-2) in their only meeting during the 2004-05 season.

Pioneers senior forward Ben Bahe scored at 9:03 of the first period and the 1-0 lead stood until the third period, when Kevin Becker and Jake Guentzel scored goals just 15 seconds apart.

Hill-Murray outshot White Bear Lake 35-12.

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ANDOVER 4, OSSEO 3: Junior forward Tyler Jokinen scored with 4 minutes, 19 seconds remaining, giving the Huskies and junior goaltender Nate Stong a well-earned victory. Stong made 47 saves as Andover was outshot 50-17. Junior forward Kyle Gausman figured in the first three goals for Andover, scoring once and assisting on the other two. His goal tied it 3-3 with 1 minute, 19 seconds left in the second period. Casey Cardille scored twice in the second period for Osseo, giving it a 3-2 lead.

WAYZATA 3, ROSEVILLE 1: The visiting Raiders jumped out to an early 1-0 lead, but it was all Wayzata after that. Senior center Tony Cameranesi scored the Trojans' first two goals and assisted on the third. Senior goalie Andrew McIntyre turned away 18 shots to secure the victory.

ROSEMOUNT 3, CHASKA 2: The host Irish rebounded after allowing a goal in the opening minute, taking a 2-1 lead after the first period. Rosemount senior forward Justin Hummelgard scored the eventual game-winner in the second period. Junior forward Dan Esping's goal early in the third period drew the Hawks to within one goal.

BRECK 7, ST. PAUL JOHNSON 0: Junior forward Conor Andrle scored in each period, and his hat trick was more than enough for the host Mustangs. Junior linemate Grant Opperman added two goals and two assists. Junior Max McCormick was perfect in the net with 14 saves.

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