Boys Hockey: Prior Lake 7, Eastview 4. Eastview senior Jesse Fan scored two goals for the Lightning. Prior Lake had nine players rack up at least one point, led by senior Carter Collins getting a whopping four assists.
Boys Hockey: Burnsville 3, Apple Valley 1. Senior Branden Penz scored the first goal in regulation for Apple Valley early in the first period. Burnsville tied the game up minutes later with a goal by senior Tyler Smith. Two goals by Burnsville in the third period seal the victory for the Blaze.
Boys Hockey: Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper 4, Academy of Holy Angels 2. Academy of Holy Angels were up 2-1 heading into the third period, thanks to goals by junior Freddie Macciocchi and senior Isaac Baron. Senior Erik Evans proceeded to score two goals in the third period for Robbinsdale Armstrong, helping the Wings secure the victory.
Boys Hockey: Simley 3, North St. Paul 2. Sophomore Kory Pilarski scored both goals for North St. Paul in the first quarter. Simley had three different players score a goal, and the team did not get an assist on any of them. North St. Paul junior goalie Max Rossman saved 18 of 21 shots on goal, while Simley senior goalie Michael Deleon saved 42 of 44.
Boys Hockey: Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato 4, Waconia 3. Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato went into the third period up 2-1, and only added to that lead after senior Casey Peterson scored two goals in the first half of the third. Seniors Ian Miller and Adam Laumann scored two goals for Waconia within 10 seconds of each other later in the third, giving the Wildcats a chance to tie the game, but Litchfield comes away with the win.
Boys Hockey: Breck 2, New Prague 1. Junior Luke Witt scored the first goal of the match for New Prague halfway through the second period. Breck juniors Bennett Hawley and Sasha Shogren each scored a goal for Breck, giving them the win.
Boys Hockey: Anoka 1, Champlin Park 1 OT. Junior Will Ellingson scored the first goal of the game for Champlin Park 9:30 into regulation on a power play. Anoka senior Jack Giddings tied the game up 1-1 early in the second period, and neither team successfully scored again. Anoka’s senior goalie Kyle Gschlecht saved 24 of 25 shots on goal, while Champlin Park sophomore goalie Brennan Boynton saved 26 of 27.
Minnetonka 5, Wayzata 2. Five different players scored to lead the Skippers to victory. Three third-period goals sealed the victory, including Max Cavanaugh's score at the 16:58 mark. Griffin Ness and Joel Matthews scored for Wayzata.
Princeton 4, Sauk Rapids-Rice 0. A pair of goals in the first and third periods were enough to seal the win for Princeton. Goaltender Ryce Thel stopped all 17 shots he faced. The win was Princeton’s eighth on the year.
Lakeville North 6, Rosemount 2. Max McGlade scored a pair of goals and dished an assist to lead Lakeville North No. 6-2A. Goalie Carter Springer stopped all but two shots he faced. Tyler Linnerooth scored a goal and had an assist to lead Rosemount.
St. Thomas Academy 2, Mahtomedi 0. Nico Vega and Robbie Stucker each netted a first period goal to lead St. Thomas Academy No. 8-2A. St. Thomas held the lead and cruised to victory. The win moves STA to 17-4-1.
Hill-Murray 11, South St. Paul 0. Scott Moyer netted a hat-trick to lead the way for Hill-Murray No. 9-2A. Five second-period goals split the game open and Hill-Murray never looked back. The win moves Hill-Murray to 15-3-4.
Blaine 6, Totino-Grace 1. Will Hillman and Max Bautch each scored a pair of goals in the win. Joe Daninger saved 35 of 36 shots for Blaine. Tyler Cashill scored the lone goal for Totino-Grace.
Elk River 13, Osseo 0. Kyle Bouton scored three goals in the win for Elk River No. 3-2A. Seven first period goals by Elk River put the game out of reach. The win moves Elk River to 19-4.
Duluth East 5, Bloomington Jefferson 2. Garrett Worth and Austin Jouppi each netted a pair of goals in the win. The win moves Duluth East to 16-6-1. Jack Goedderz scored both goals for Bloomington Jefferson.
Minneapolis 1, Bloomington Kennedy 0. Ben Neal scored the only goal of the game, clinching victory for Minneapolis. The lone goal came at the 5:28 mark of the first period. The win moves Minneapolis to 11-11 on the year.
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