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Minnesota Boys Hockey Scores – November 30, 2019

Rochester Century seniors Connor Olson and Joey Malugani scored two goals each to guide the Panthers past city rival Rochester Mayo, 7-2. (Photo Credit: postbulletin.com) Amery (WI) 7, St. Paul Highland Park 2 AME: Jack Henningsgard 2g, 3a, Mac Smith 1g, 3a AME: Fletcher Kjeseth 1g, 1a, Grady Martin 1g, 1a AME: Pake Brown, Miles

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Minnesota Girls Hockey Scores – November 30, 2019

Woodbury’s Amelia Karelitz scored at 8:51 of the third period to help the Royals tie North St. Paul/Tartan, 1-1.  Woodbury senior goalie Anna Julius stopped 30 of the 31 shots she faced.  (Photo Credit: rivertowns.net) Anoka/Spring Lake Park 3, Bloomington Jefferson 1 ASLP: Katie Booth 1g, 1a, Maddie Mashuga 1g, 1a, Anne Carmean ASLP: MaKrista

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Minnesota Girls Hockey Scores – November 29, 2019

Bemidji High School seniors Meray Eichstadt (14) and Austyn Tobey (12) celebrate a second-period goal during the Lumberjacks’ 6-0 win over Detroit Lakes on Friday at the Bemidji Community Arena. (Photo Credit: Micah Friez / Forum News Service – bemidjipioneer.com) Bemidji 6, Detroit Lakes 0 BEM: Gracie Fisher 2g, Olivia Johnson 2g BEM: Austyn Tobey

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Minnesota Girls Hockey Scores – November 27, 2019

Senior Fiona Claugherty scored two goals and senior Emerald Kelley stopped 45 shots to lead East Ridge to an upset over Forest Lake, 4-2.  (Photo Credit: rivertowns.net) East Ridge 4, Forest Lake 2 ER: Fiona Claugherty 2g, Lily Fetch 1g, 1a, Lauren Beaubien ER: Emerald Kelley 45 saves (Win) FL: Brieja Parent 1g, 1a, Courtney

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Minnesota Girls Hockey Scores – November 26, 2019

Senior Hailey Hedlund scored two goals including the game-winner with 3:52 left in the game to power the Moorhead Spuds past East Grand Forks, 7-6.  Sophomore Madalyn Spaeth scored two goals, three assists for the Spuds as well.  Sophomore Aleah Oshie scored twice for East Grand Forks. (Photo Credit: page1publications.com) Andover 13, Totino-Grace 0AND: Isa

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Minnesota Boys Hockey Scores – November 23, 2019

Senior Tyler Oakland scored twice and added an assist to lead Maple Grove past Moorhead to win the Turkey Trot tournament, 6-2. (Photo Credit: ccxmedia.org) TURKEY TROT | Plymouth Ice Center Championship Maple Grove 6, Moorhead 2 MG: Tyler Oakland 2g, 1a, Sam Jacobs 1g, 1a MG: Grant Zick, Kyle Kukkonen, Chris Kernan MG: Jack

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Minnesota Boys Hockey Scores – November 22, 2019

Juniors Sam Jacobs and Chris Kernan scored two goals each to lead the Maple Grove Crimson past Edina in the semifinal game of the Turkey Trot tournament at the Plymouth Ice Center.  Kyle Kukkonen added a goal and four assists for the Crimson. (Photo Credit: crimson-activities.com) TURKEY TROT Semifinals Maple Grove 7, Edina 5 MG:

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ST. LOUIS BLUES: 2019 Stanley Cup Champions

The St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins, 4-1, on Wednesday to win the 2019 Stanley Cup. The Blues won the best-of-seven series, 4-3. [spacer height=”20px”] Game 1: Boston 4, St. Louis 2 Game 2: St. Louis 3, Boston 2 OT Game 3: Boston 7, St. Louis 2 Game 4: St. Louis 4, Boston 2

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2019 NHL Draft Prospect: Ryder Donovan

Donovan burst onto the scene as a prospect-to-follow in the summer of 2017 with an impressive performance at USA Hockey’s Select 17 Festival. He drew the attention of multiple big college programs and made a commitment to play for North Dakota. Read More: sbncollegehockey.com

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College Commitments
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Liam Malmquist (Edina) Commits to Wisconsin

Very happy and proud to announce my commitment to play division 1 hockey at the University of Wisconsin! Thank you to everyone who has helped me along the way. On Wisconsin! #Badgers pic.twitter.com/61P270dsbS — Liam (@Liam_Malmquist) May 23, 2019

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