Thursday, December 5th Game Recap

Minnehaha United at Holy Angels

Holy Angels got their offense rolling last night.  Finally. Having one of your D get a hatty sure helps. Senior D Madysen Palmer scored one goal in each period for the hat trick.  Jordyn Mans had 1 and 2 and Bridget McGuire had 3 assists.  It had been a slow start to the year for the Stars’ offense but they broke out last night scoring 5 goals on 46 shots.  Insert your own Shooting Stars joke here. The Stars’ D were able to contain the high scoring top line of Minnehaha. 

Minnehaha was able to only get 13 shots on net and only one found the back of the net. After going down 0-4 3:19 into the second Ava Wasserman was able to put one home just :12 seconds later but they could not gain any momentum at that point.  

Holy Angels 5.  Minnehaha 1.

New Prague at Hopkins/Park

I had this one pegged at 4-3.  And it was 4-3.  But Hopkins/Park won.  Not New Prague. The two teams just kept trading goals until the scoring stopped at 7:51 of the third on a game winning goal by Hopkin/Park’s Kate Kasica.  

Here is something interesting.  Of the 7 goals scored only 1 came at even strength.  Hopkins/Park had a shorty and 3 PP goals.  New Prague had 2 PP goals. 

Hopkins/Park 4.  New Prague 3.

Shakopee at Lakeville South

I figured this game would be close.  A low scoring tie is what I expected.  And it was a low scoring tie after regulation.  1-1.  Lakeville South scored in the extra frame for the W.

I have no details because Lakeville South never gets their box score into the Strib in a timely manner.  Help me out here, Lakeville South!

Lakeville South 2.  Shakopee 1. 

Mound Westonka at Orono

I had the goal differential nailed at 6.  Prediction was 7-1. Real life was 6-0.  The winning doesn’t stop for Mound Westonka!  That is 9 in a row to start the year.  6 players had two or more points last night.  Niccum with 3.  Schepers, B. Pioske, Peterson, Burris, and Hules with 2 each.  

Mound Westonka 6.  Orono 0.

Hibbing/Chisholm at Cloquet-Esko-Carlton

Not much offense in a game featuring two teams that have the ability to put the biscuit in the basket. I had this one at 4-3 for CEC.  I wasn’t even close!

H-town’s Sydney Haben scored the only goal of the game for either team on a shorty late in the first.  Abby Edstrom was lights out in net with the 34 save shutout. She made 19 saves in the third period!  Hibbing had to kill FOUR penalties in the third to preserve the win.  That must’ve been just a frantic period for the Bluejackets. 

Hibbing/Chisholm 1.  CEC 0. 

Notable Performances

Avery Chesek with 2 and 1 in Eastview’s 4-1 victory over Rosemount.

Claire Enright with both of Farmington’s goals in their 2-2 tie vs. Apple Valley.

Lacey Martin with 2 goals and Kylie Melz with 2 assists in Minnetonka’s 2-1 upset win over Andover. 

Erica Lieske with 2 and 1 in Minneapolis’ 3-0 win over Osseo/Park Center.

Breck’s Olivia Mobley with 3 and 1 in their 9-4 win over CDH.  

Maddie Nickel with the 19 save shutout for Eagan vs. Burnsville.

Olivia Williamson with 2 and 3 and Haley Lang with 2 and 2 for Faribault in their 9-3 win over Rochester John Marshall.

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