MINNETONKA, Minn. -- Minnetonka scored just 93 seconds into the game and never let up, handing Benilde-St. Margaret's a 9-0 junior varsity loss.
The Red Knights managed just four shots on goal in the game, getting two each from James Norkosky and Luke Coughlin, but allowed four power-play goals on six chances to the Skippers.
Minnetonka held a 37-4 advantage in shots on goal as BSM goalie Jonathan Vitelli stopped 28 shots.
The Red Knights begin a three-game week Tuesday as they host Lakeville North in a 5 p.m. at the St. Louis Park Recreation Center.
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