Edina's Louie Nanne, right, collides with cousin Vinni Lettieri of Minnetonka. Photo by Helen Nelson
Louie Nanne had his doubts about the latest round of Edina coach Curt Giles’ lineup shuffling.
It’s one thing to have your kid brother moved from defense to forward, it’s altogether something else to have him playing on your line.
Edina goaltender Willie Benjamin made stopped 37 shots in the Hornets' 3-2 victory over Minnetonka. Photo by Helen Nelson
Edina's Louie Nanne celebrates with teammates after scoring as a dejected Minnetonka player skates by. Photo by Helen Nelson
Minnetonka’s Pagel Activity Center mystique took another hit at the hands of Edina, as the Hornets’ 3-2 victory on Thursday was just the second home loss in more than three seasons for the Skippers.
Junior forward Andy Jordahl scored with 1 minute, 20 seconds remaining to boost No. 5-ranked Edina past No. 2 Minnetonka 3-2 in front of a near-capacity Pagel Activity Center crowd on Thursday, Jan. 19.
1. Dylan Malmquist, Edina
The freshman sensation added another "gamebreaker" entry to his fast-growing resume by scoring a goal and assisting on linemate Andy Jordahl’s game winner. Malmquist showcased his speed on his goal, using a burst to get around Minnetonka defenseman Tommy Vannelli. Malmquist is the Hornets’ top goal scorer with 14 and ranks second in points with 23.