Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper 4, Irondale 3, OT. The Wings needed nearly the entire overtime frame to complete their win, as Eric Schneider scored with 13 seconds left in overtime. Drew Eid (2 G, 1 A) and Jonah Jangula (1 G, 2 A) each tallied a goal and an assist on the power play to lead the Wings. Justin Harding made 18 saves for the Wings while Max Eilefson stopped 16 shots for the Knights. Ryan Solz and Tyler Eskro each contributed a goal and an assist for the Knights.
Andover 3, Blaine 2, OT. Luke Kron scored the game-winning goal with less than one minute left in the overtime frame to send the Huskies home with the victory. Gunnar Thoreson contributed one goal and one assist for the Huskies. Ben Fritsinger stopped 19 shots in the win as Joe Daninger made 30 saves for the Bengals. Carsen Richels scored both Bengals goals – including one short-handed – within three minutes as Bryce Brodzinski assisted on both goals.
Roseville 1, Hopkins 0. Louie Johnson scored the game’s only goal early in the third period, as Jakob Bakken stopped 15 shots to earn his first shutout of the season. Bobby Wilson made 20 saves for the Royals.
Spring Lake Park 7, Champlin Park 5. Mickey Zeller took advantage of nearly every opportunity he could for the Panthers, scoring on the power play, short-handed, and at even strength on his way to a six-point night (4 G, 2 A). Cade McMahon tallied a goal and two assists for the Panthers as Steven Lastovich earned the win with 31 saves. Will Keebler stopped 26 shots for the Rebels with four different players recording two points, including Derek Roberts’s back-to-back third-period goals.
Eden Prairie 6, Stillwater 2. Chris Konin scored two second-period goals — one of five players to record two points — and Jack Jensen tallied three assists to lead the Eagles. Andrew Dietrich made 25 saves in the win. Jesse Brown was in net for the Ponies and recorded 32 saves. Adam Eisele and Lucas Monson scored the goals for the Ponies.