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Hockey Night: Blaine forges tie with Maple Grove

By Legacy Hockey Staff, 12/05/21, 2:00AM CST

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Dec. 4: Rogers slips past Minnetonka in OT, Edina steamrolls White Bear Lake, John Marshall doubles last season's win total

Blaine 1, Maple Grove 1 OT

MAPLE GROVE - Blaine senior goaltender Ryan Wallin was superb in making 40 saves as the Bengals skated to a surprising 1-1 tie with Maple Grove on Saturday at the Maple Grove Community Center.

Maple Grove (2-1-1), which reached the state Class 2A semifinals last spring, entered the season as the state's No. 2 team in Legacy Hockey's Class 2A rankings. 

Wallin and Maple Grove goaltender Toby Hopp were flawless through two periods, as all the scoring came in the third.

Finn Brink put Maple Grove ahead 1-0 just 3:26 into the final period when he took a feed from Nathan Jaglo, broke in alone on Wallin and made a quick deke to break the deadlock.

Blaine's Adam Pruder, a junior defenseman, tied the score at 1-1 when he scored with 4:41 remaining in regulation on a set faceoff play. Pruder drove to the net from his right point position and deflected home a feed from fellow defenseman Finn Loftus.

Blaine is off to a 1-1-1 start this season after going 10-10-0 and losing to Maple Grove by scores of 8-2 and 8-0 last season.

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Rogers 5, Minnetonka 4 OT

ROGERS - Matthew Lomen scored 1:29 into overtime to lift No. 17-2A Rogers to a 5-4 victory over No. 14-2A Minnetonka.

Lomen's winning goal came on a feed from Sam Ranallo, who had a hand in every goal for the Royals (2-1-0), finishing with three goals and two assists.

Jack Rausch had a goal and an assist for Minnetonka (2-2-0).

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Warroad 4, Bemidji 3

BEMIDJI - Carson Pilgrim scored with 4:35 remaining as Warroad, ranked No. 2 in Class 1A, beat Bemidji 4-3 at the Bemidji Community Arena to improve to 3-0-0.

Daimon Gardner added a pair of goals for Warroad, which has won its three games by scores of 3-1, 4-3, and 4-3.

Bemidji (2-1-1) tied it at 3-3 with 13:05 left in the third on a goal by Ben Kieson.

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Edina 8, White Bear Lake 0

EDINA - Sophomore defenseman Eddie Revenig scored a goal and added three assists as No. 10-2A Edina cruised past White Bear Lake 8-0 at Braemar Arena in its home opener.

The Hornets have scored a combined 27 goals in their four games this season, all victories.

The loss was the first of the season for White Bear Lake (2-1-0).

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Prior Lake 4, Chanhassen 1

VICTORIA - Prior Lake bounced back from Tuesday's surprising season-opening loss to Holy Family Academy by cruising past Chanhassen 4-1 behind two Alex Bump goals.

Bump, a senior forward and a likely Mr. Hockey candidate, opened the score in the first then added an insurance goal in the third, scoring while the No. 6-2A Lakers (1-1-0) were shorthanded.

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Rochester John Marshall 4, St. Paul Johnson 1

ST. PAUL - Senior forward Ryan Huss scored twice as Rochester John Marshall, which won just once in 14 games last season, beat St. Paul Johnson at 4-1 at Gustafson-Phalen Ice Arena, the Rockets' second consecutive win.

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