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Hockey Night: Cardiac Red Knights win another thriller

By Legacy Hockey Staff, 01/11/22, 11:00PM CST

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Jan. 11: Benilde-St. Margaret's beats Chaska in OT; Wayzata tops Rogers; CDH too much for Stillwater; Holy Family upends Delano

Benilde-St. Maragaret's 3, Chaska 2 (OT)

CHASKA - Benilde-St. Margaret's Ben Norris scored with 3:48 remaining in overtime Tuesday when Chaska goaltender Carter Wishart's clearing pass bounced off Norris' shin pad and into the net to give the No. 5-2A Red Knights (9-4-0) a 3-2 win over the Hawks (8-5-0) at the Chaska Community Center.

The overtime finish was the fourth of the season for Benilde-St. Margaret's, which has had eight of its games decided by a single goal. 

The teams traded goals in the first as Gavin Nahan scored for the Hawks and Gino Gatti scored for the Red Knights.

Michael Ristau scored on the power play for Benilde-St. Margaret's in the second period. Matthew Magnuson tied the game for Chaska with 6:51 left to force the overtime.

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Wayzata 4, Rogers 1

PLYMOUTH - No. 11-2A Wayzata scored the game's first three goals and had a 38-17 shots-on-goal advantage as it recorded a 4-1 win over Rogers at the Plymouth Ice Center.

Wayzata (8-5-10 outshot Rogers 15-3 in the first period and avenged a 4-3 loss to to the Royals on Dec. 30.

Cashen Naeve gave Wayzata a 1-0 lead before Kasen Sauer and Luke Miller scored 29 seconds apart in the second to put the Trojans ahead 3-0.

No. 17-2A Rogers (8-6-1) then got on the scoreboard with a goal by Oden Eliason 2:13 into the third period. However, Max McCollins scored 40 seconds later to push the Trojans' lead back to three goals at 4-1.

Wayzata outshot Rogers 38-17.

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Cretin-Derham Hall 5, Stillwater 1

STILLWATER - Jake Sondreal and Attila Lippai each scored two goals as No. 2-2A Cretin-Derham Hall (11-3-0) picked up a 5-1 win over No. 18-2A Stillwater (8-3-0) at the St Croix Valley Recreation Center.

After Stillwater's Ethan Mosley scored at 7:30 in the first to give the Ponies the lead, Sondreal tied the score 33 seconds later.

Lippai scored his first goal with 3:21 left in the second period to give the Raiders a 2-1 lead. He then recorded his second goal with 10:58 to play in the third for a 3-1 lead.

Following Jake Fisher's goal with 9:22 remaining, Sondreal scored on the power play with 7:22 to play.

Cretin-Derham Hall outshot Stillwater 39-24.

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Holy Family 8, Delano 4

VICTORIA - Freshman Mason Grinnell scored three goals and Keyan Schugel and Parker Osborne both added two as Holy Family (5-11-0) upset No. 5-1A Delano (9-4-0) 8-4 at the Victoria Recreation Center.

Grinnell gave the Fire a 1-0 lead with a breakaway goal. The teams traded goals before Grinnell scored for a 3-1 lead. The goal was his fifth of the season, all coming in Holy Family's last three games.

Delano answered before Schugel scored for a 4-2 lead. The teams traded goals two more times before Schugel scored an empty-net goal and Grinnell completed the hat trick.

Eastview 4, White Bear Lake 1

APPLE VALLEY - Zach Wooten recorded two goals and an assist as Eastview (8-4-0) closed with four-straight goals and picked up a 4-1 win over White Bear Lake (5-5-0) at the Apple Valley Sports Arena.

Nolan Roed gave White Bear Lake a 1-0 lead 3:28 into the contest. Wooten scored a power-play goal 2:32 into the second period. Jordan Brothers then gave the Lightning a 2-1 lead with a goal at 13:28.

Wooten scored his second goal at 15:28 and then assisted on John Kisch's empty-net goal with 48 seconds left.

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Moorhead 8, East Grand Forks 2

MOORHEAD - Gavin Lindberg and Harper Bentz combined to score No. 7-2A Moorhead's first five goals as the Spuds improved to 11-5-0 with an 8-2 win over No. 10-1A East Grand Forks (5-8-0) at the Moorhead Sports Center.

Lindberg gave the Spuds a 1-0 lead 3:12 into the contest before Bentz scored two goals to give Moorhead a 3-0 lead after the first.

Lindberg then scored 29 seconds and at 5:28 to give Moorhead a 5-0 lead. Carson Triggs gave the Spuds a 6-0 lead with 2:50 left in the period before Jaksen Panzer scored two goals in 32 seconds to put the Greenwave on the scoreboard.

Ian Ness and Cody Martinson scored third-period goals.

Lindberg finished the night with five assists to go with his three goals.

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Red Lake Falls 7, Kittson County Central 1

RED LAKE FALLS - Evan Girdler, Ty Kennett and Brock Seeger each scored two goals as Red Lake Falls improved to 10-5-0 with a 7-1 win over Kittson County Central (3-8-1) at Cardin-Hunt Arena.

Girdler and Seeger each added three assists while Kennett, the state's scoring leader with 57 points, was credited with two assists as Red Lake Falls outshot Kittson County Central, 45-22.

Seeger gave the Eagles a 1-0 lead before Girdler scored back-to-back goals for a 3-0 lead with 8:46 to play in the first. KCC's Hayden Olsonawski then scored on the power play with 3:43 remaining in the first.

However, Red Lake Falls got goals from Seeger and Carson Erickson in the second before Kennett scored twice in 20 seconds in the third for the final score.

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