Saturday, February 12, 2011
Hockey Day 2011
By Staff Report
Hockey Day 2011 Schedule
Day 1: #9 (2A) Burnsville def. Lakeville North, 6-0
Day 2: #11 (2A) Grand Rapids def. International Falls, 15-2
Day 3: Hockey Day Minnesota from Moorhead
Hockey Day 2010 Highlights
Day 1: TRF's Ranum outshines Warroad star
Day 2: Hibbing hangs on to beat Grand Rapids
Day 3: Hockey Day Minnesota from Hermantown
From StarTribune.com: The Royals can score quickly. They scored two goals in a 21-second span in the second period and three times in 53 seconds in the third period in defeating the Hilltoppers in nonconference play. Senior forward Archie Skalbeck had a hat trick, including two power-play goals. Senior forward Zachary Zoidis had two goals. Senior goaltender Alexander Fons made 25 saves for the shutout.
From StarTribune.com: Kyle Rau is en fuego. The junior center scored two unassisted goals as the Eagles topped the Hawks in a battle of third-ranked teams on Saturday in Hermantown. Eden Prairie is ranked No. 3 in Class 2A while Hermantown holds down the same position in Class 1A. Rau's second goal with 5 minutes, 18 seconds remaining turned out to be the game winner. In his past seven games, Rau has 17 goals and 13 assists for 30 points. He has scored at least one goal in every game during that stretch, and has two four-goal games.
From DuluthNewsTribune.com: Proctor-Hermantown-Marshall scored the first three goals and added an empty-net goal late to defeat Duluth 4-2 in a high school girls hockey game, completing Saturday’s Hockey Day in Minnesota events outdoors behind Hermantown Ice Arena.
Abby Miner, Rachel Rossiter and Justina Lindberg scored second-period goals after the first half of the game was slowed due to a buildup of snow on the ice surface.
With the win, the Mirage (16-6-2, 5-1) clinched the Lake Superior Conference title.
Hockey Day 2009 Highlights
Day 1: Warroad defends home ice in state's best rivalry
Day 2: Greenway upsets rival for first win
Day 3: Hibbing and Virginia put PIMs on notice
A Thousand Miles: Bad car, good times, great people
Hockey Day 2008 Highlights
Game 1: Danny Usiski's hat-trick lifts Lake of the Woods
Game 2: Roseau escapes with streak intact