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Hockey Night: Minneapolis outlasts Delano

By Legacy Hockey Staff, 01/18/22, 11:15PM CST

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Jan. 18: Lakeville South beats Prior Lake in OT; Moorhead slips past Fargo Davies; Hastings too much for Mayo

Minneapolis 2, Delano 1

DELANO - Will Pankratz and Evan Grimm scored first-period goals as No. 7-1A Minneapolis secured a 2-1 upset win over ​​​​​​No. 5-1A De​lano (10-5-0) at the Delano Area Sports Arena.

The win gives Minneapolis (10-4-1) an edge in head-to-head comparison for seeding in Section 2A.

Minneapolis was outshot 9-3 in the first but came away with the only goal.

The Tigers got a power-play goal from Craig Halonen in the second period but otherwise couldn't solve Minneapolis goaltender Alex Lamont, who finished with 21 saves.

Minneapolis won despite having just 11 shots on goal.

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Lakeville South 4, Prior Lake 3 (OT)

LAKEVILLE - Eli Miller scored in overtime as No. 10-1A Lakeville South defeated Prior Lake 4-3 at Hasse Arena.

The Cougars (10-3-0) snapped a two-game losing streak.

The teams traded the lead early as Blake Dicke gave Prior Lake (7-8-0) a 1-0 lead before Tanner Ludtke evened the score.

Tate Pritchard and Austin Stoneking scored for the Cougars before Prior Lake's Joe Rice tied the game with 7:36 remaining to force overtime.

Hill-Murray 6, Stillwater 0

MAPLEWOOD - Dylan Godbout and Brady Ingebritson each scored two goals while Jack Erickson stopped 19 shots as No. 3-2A Hill-Murray defeated No. 18-2A Stillwater 6-0 at Aldrich Arena.

The win gives the Pioneers (12-3-0) the head-to-head edge over the Ponies (10-5-0) in Section 4AA seeding.

Godbout gave Hill-Murray a lead in the first period. Brendan Bonin, Simon Seidl and Godbout scored in the second as the Pioneers built a 4-0 lead. Ingebritson then recorded two third-period goals for the final margin.

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Moorhead 5, Fargo Davies (N.D.) 4

FARGO, N.D. - Carson Triggs scored with 10:18 to play as No. 6-2A Moorhead (13-5-0) recorded a 5-4 win over Fargo Davies at Scheels Arena.

Davies (12-2-0) entered the game ranked No. 3 in North Dakota in the coaches poll conducted by ndhighschoolhockey.com.

After Davies took a 1-0 lead, the Spuds went up 2-1 on goals by Gavin Lindberg and Harper Bentz.

However, Davies opened the second period with back-to-back goals before Lindberg and Triggs scored 19 seconds apart to give Moorhead a 4-3 lead.

Davies tied the score at 4-4 3:04 into the third to set the stage for Triggs' game-winning goal.

Lindberg and Triggs each added an assist while Bentz added two assists to go with his goal.

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Hastings 3, Rochester Mayo 2 (OT)

ROCHESTER - Jack Nicklay scored 77 seconds into overtime as Hastings edged Rochester Mayo 3-2 at Graham Arena in a matchup of Section 1AA teams.

Hastings improved to 14-2-1 while Rochester Mayo falls to 8-3-3 after sufferings its first overtime loss of the season.

The teams traded goals in both the first and second periods.

Hastings outshot Mayo 52-21.

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Chaska 2, Orono 0

CHASKA - Zach Seltun and Jack Seaverson scored while Kai Girard made 29 saves as Chaska handed No. 14-1A Orono a 2-0 loss at the Chaska Community Center.

Seltun scored at 10:24 in the first to give Chaska (9-5-0) the 1-0 lead. Seaverson's goal came with 18 seconds remaining with a vacated Orono goal.

Chaska outshot Orono (6-9-1) by a 49-29 margin.

Two Rivers 7, Northern Edge 1

WEST ST. PAUL - Two Rivers erupted for five second-period goals as the Warriors improved to 8-7-0 with a 7-1 win over Northern Edge (5-9-1) at the West St. Paul Arena.

Two Rivers' Joe Shepherd and Northern Edge's Trever Ripley each scored in the first period as the teams skated to a 1-1 tie.

Shepherd started the second-period scoring outburst with a goal 56 seconds into the period. William Karlen followed with a goal 58 seconds later as the Warriors led 3-1 with only 1:54 elapsed in the second.

Casey Ball scored back-to-back goals to give Two Rivers a 5-0 lead before Max Schuehle added a power-play goal with 31 seconds to play in the second for a 6-1 lead.

Baz Schuehle, who also recorded five assists, scored 25 seconds into the third period for the final margin.

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