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Hockey Night: Eastview stuns St. Thomas Academy

By Legacy Hockey Staff, 12/02/21, 11:30PM CST

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Dec. 2: Edina continues to score goals in bunches, Rogers slips past Elk River, Orono shuts out Breck

Eastivew 2, St. Thomas Academy 1

MENDOTA HEIGHTS - Logan Opgrand and Cody Domagalski scored third-period goals as Eastview rallied to stun No. 13-2A St. Thomas Academy 2-1 at St. Thomas Ice Arena on Thursday night.

St. Thomas Academy (1-2-) scored the only goal of the first two periods when Jack Strobel connected midway through the first.

Eastview goaltender Jay Svaren made 32 saves en route to the victory as the Lightning improved to 2-0.

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Edina 7, St. Louis Park 1

ST. LOUIS PARK - Edina continues its scoring onslaught as the No. 10-2A Hornets scored four first-period goals on their way to a 7-1 win over St. Louis Park at the St. Louis Park Rec Center.

Edina entered the game as one of the state's top-scoring teams after recording 12 combined goals in wins over No. 2-2A Maple Grove and No. 8-2A Moorhead.

The Hornets took a 1-0 lead and then added a power-play goal for a 2-0 margin with 6:44 left in the first period. A 2-on-0 break gave Edina a 3-0 lead and the Hornets closed the period with a goal a 4-0 lead and they cruised to the win from there.

Last season St. Louis Park skated to a surprising 4-4 overtime tie with the Hornets, but the Orioles were unable to rekindle that magic in the teams' lone meeting this season.

Rogers 3, Elk River/Zimmerman 2

ROGERS - Sam Ranallo scored two goals to power Rogers, No. 17-2A, to the 3-2 win over Elk River/Zimmerman in a Northwest Suburban Conference showdown at the Rogers Activity Center.

Trent Peluf got the Royals on the board 2:34 into the second period before Ranallo made it 2-0.

After Elk River/Zimmerman’s Andrew Foss scored the Elks’ first goal, Ranallo answered 12 seconds later with his second tally of the night for the eventual game-winning goal 6:02 into the third.

The Elks’ Blaise Schutt scored with 2:23 remaining to cut the lead to 3-2.

The Royals’ Cade Chapman kicked aside 25 of 27 shots for the win.

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Orono 4, Breck 0

GOLDEN VALLEY - Orono’s Brock Peyton stopped all 22 shots as the Spartans blanked Breck 4-0 at the Anderson Ice Arena.

No. 18-1A Orono won its second-straight game to improve to 2-2 while No. 9-1A Breck lost its season-opening contest.

Bradley Walker gave Orono a 1-0 lead in the first period before adding a power-play goal in the second period with 3:20 left.

Connor Lang and Tommy Lewin each scored in the third for the Spartans, who recorded 34 shots on goal in the final two periods.

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Providence Academy 3, Southwest Christian 2 (OT)

PLYMOUTH - Josh Mogeni scored the game-winning goal to lift No. 14-1A Providence Academy to a 3-2 overtime win over No. 19-1A Southwest Christian at the Plymouth Ice Center. The Section 2A rivals traded the lead several times.

Mogeni’s goal, on a feed from Andrew Vos, capped a comeback by the Lions, who trailed 2-1 following a goal by Southwest Christian’s Andrew Erhart that gave the Stars a 2-1 lead.

It was the second-straight goal for Southwest Christian, which tied the game earlier in the second period on a goal by Caleb Swenson with the assist going to Jared Greiner.

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Kittson County Central 4, Mayville/Portland (N.D.) 1

MAYVILLE, N.D. - Landon Sugden’s hat trick lifted Kittson County Central to a 4-1 victory over Mayville/Portland (N.D.) at the Kim Braaten Memorial Arena.

Sugden gave the Bearcats a 2-0 lead in the second period when scored at 6:55 and 8:49. Mayville/Portland outshot KCC 30-18 in the first two periods.

Mayville/Portland cut the lead to 2-1 when Walker McGillis scored at 9:07 in the third before Tyler Hennen, who entered the game with a state-high seven goals, scored to make it 3-1. Sugden completed the hat trick at 15:34.

The Bearcats’ Jameson Turner stopped 45 of 46 shots for the win.

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