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Highlights: Thursday, Dec. 7

By Kassondra Burtis, SportsEngine, 12/07/17, 11:45PM CST


Delano 2, Chanhassen 1. Jack Paulson and Evan Sivets each scored a third-period goal, breaking the Tigers’ scoreless streak over five minutes into the final frame and overcoming a one-goal deficit. Goalie Jackson Hjelle made 17 saves in the win. John Witcraft scored the Storm’s only goal as Josh Weyandt made 22 saves.

Park of Cottage Grove 4, East Ridge 2. All six goals in this contest were scored on special teams, as each team notched a short-handed goal and the Wolfpack went 3-for-4 on the power play. Keegan Oberding scored two Wolfpack goals and Matthew Moreland scored a goal and added an assist in the win. Goaltender Luke Maul made 24 saves. Tomy Ogren stopped 25 shots for the Raptors.

Holy Angels 3, Bloomington Kennedy 0. Goaltender Brendan Pasdo was perfect in net for the Stars, stopping all 21 shots he faced, as Tommy Seitz led the offense with the Stars’ first goal of the game with less than one minute remaining in the first period and assisting on a late second-period goal. Noah Hanson made 32 saves for the Eagles.

Osseo 6, Anoka 3. Mitchell Maier contributed four points to lead the Orioles offense, assisting on a first-period goal and completing a hat trick just 54 seconds into the second period. Ty Hill and Nate Musial each added a goal and two assists in the win, as goaltender Ben Kleineschay made 29 saves. Carter Perry accounted for two of the Tornadoes’ goals with Nathan Hadley making 15 saves in net.

White Bear Lake 4, Forest Lake 1. Four different players scored for the Bears, with Chase Hamstad notching two points as he scored the Bears’ first goal in the second period and assisted on the game’s final goal midway through the third. Goaltender Evan Foss made 23 saves for the Bears, while Brady Peterson stopped 34 shots for the Rangers. Zack Raabe scored the Rangers goal.

Hill-Murray 4, Simley 1. Michael Fleischhacker assisted on the Pioneers’ first goal late in the first period and scored the eventual game-winner in the second. Scott Moyer tallied two assists in the win while goaltender Wyatt Vint made 12 saves. Spartans goalie James Royce stopped 24 shots and Walker Smith scored the lone Spartan goal.

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Edina's Ben Brinkman skates the puck out of his zone. Photo by Mark Hvidsten, SportsEngine