Roseau senior captain Max Strand scored twice and added five assists to lead Roseau to a 9-2 road victory at St. Michael-Albertville Friday night. Photo by Drew Herron, SportsEngine
Roseau's Noah Urness (14), Max Strand (10), Tanner George (25) and Jake Kvien (32) celebrate a first period goal Friday night. Photo by Drew Herron, SportsEngine
Roseau raced to an early lead with four first period goals and maintained pressure thereafter to win 9-2 Friday night at St. Michael-Albertville.
Sophomore wing Noah Urness netted a hat trick and five points. Senior captain Max Strand added two goals and five assists as Roseau’s top line made the most the chances it kept generating.
The Rams (15-3), ranked No. 8 in this week’s Class 2A coaches’ poll, needed just 2:40 to take the lead when Aaron Wensloff started the scoring for Roseau. Adam Severson added another barely more then a minute later, and Roseau was off to the races.
Tyler Jordan and Kemry Stich each scored for St. Michael-Albertville (6-12), who has lost 11 of its last 12 games.
Carter Christianson earned the win between the pipes for Roseau by stopping 23 of 25 shots. His counterpart, Austin Dietrich, made 35 saves on 44 shots for the Knights.
St. Michael-Albertville defenseman Zakery Wise ushers the puck out of the Knights' defensive zone during the first period Friday night. Photo by Drew Herron, SportsEngine
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