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Hockey Night: Wayzata's Jibber and Jake too much for Maple Grove

By Legacy Hockey staff, 11/26/22, 11:15PM CST


Nov. 26: Trojans win own holiday tourney; STA, Randolph earn win over Duluth East

Wayzata 5, Maple Grove 1

PLYMOUTH -  Jibber Kuhl and Jake Mattson each scored twice as Wayzata cruised past Maple Grove 5-1 on Saturday night in the championship game of the Wayzata Turkey Trot at Plymouth Ice Center.

Kuhl, a senior forward, scored the lone goal of the first period and added another early in the third to put the Trojans ahead 4-1. Mattson, a junior forward, scored a power play goal early in the second period and closed the scoring with a shorthanded goal late in the third.

Will Ingemann stopped 27 shots for Wayzata.

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Moorhead 2, Edina 0

PLYMOUTH - Aaron Reierson scored both goals and Kai Weigel made 32 saves for Moorhead as it beat Edina 2-0 in the third-place game of the Wayzata Turkey Trot at Plymouth Ice Center.

The shutout loss was the second straight for the Hornets.

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Minnetonka 4, Andover 1

MINNETONKA - Defending state Class 2A champion Andover opened the scoring 48 seconds into the game but it was all Minnetonka the rest of the way as the Skippers beat the Huskies 4-1 in a second-round game of the Tonka Thanksgiving Preview at Pagel Activity Center.

Alex Lunski scored shorthanded and on a power play to help lead the Skippers, No. 1 in Legacy Hockey's preseason Class 2A rankings. 

Minnetonka outshot Andover 34-10.

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St. Thomas Academy 4, Duluth East 1

BLOOMINGTON - Tommy Cronin's four-point night (3 goals, 1 assist) powered St. Thomas Academy to a 4-1 win over Duluth East in the second round of The Opener at the Bloomington Ice Garden.

St. Thomas Academy's Mike Randolph was coaching against  a Duluth East program he led to two state championships in his 32 seasons at the helm.

Cronin gave the Cadets a 1-0 lead in the second period with a power-play goal. After Duluth East's Noah Tang tied the game, Cronin and Brody Deitz assisted on Zach Howard's power-play goal for the 2-1 lead.

Cronin scored two goals 89 seconds apart to make it 4-1.

Cody Nilsen stopped 24 shots for the Cadets.

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Eastview 7, Centennial 4

CIRCLE PINES - Jordan Brothers scored three goals and added two assists as Eastview beat Centennial 7-4 in the second round of the Centennial Holiday Tournament at Centennial Sports Arena.

Eastview scored three unanswered goals in the first period. Centennial tied it at 3-3 with three unanswered goals in the second.

The roller-coaster ride continued in the third as Eastview again scored three unanswered goals to take a 6-3 lead. Brock Carlso scored on a power play for Centennial to make it 6-4, but Brothers clinched the win with an empty net goal with 16 seconds remining.

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Woodbury 5, Champlin Park 2

WOODBURY - Brock Alberts, Jan Tichy and Aiden Grossklaus each had a goal and an assist to power Woodbury past Champlin Park 5-2 in the championship game of the Woodbury Thanksgiving Tournament at M Health Fairview Sports Center.

Kam Carlson stopped 37 shots for Woodbury, which was outshot 39-21.

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Pine City 3, Irondale 2

MARSHALL - Pine City scored three straight goals in the third period, including the winner from Gavin Broz with four seconds remaining, as it rallied to win the championship game of the Marshall Thanksgiving Classic 3-2 over Irondale at Red Baron Arena & Expo.

Ryder Youngbauer and McCall Leger scored to start the comeback for Pine City, which trailed 2-0 early in the third.

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Park of Cottage Grove 8, Simley 0

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS - Owen Corkish scored twice and added an assist as Park of Cottage Grove beat host Simley 8-0 in the championship game of the Spartan Turkey Tourney at Veterans Memorial Community Center.

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Warroad 4, St. Cloud Cathedral 0

ST. CLOUD - Jayson Shaugabay scored two goals and added an assist as Warroad cruised to a 4-0 win over St. Cloud Cathedral at the Municipal Athletic Complex.

Shaugabay gave the Warriors (2-0-0) the lead 5:25 into the second period. After a goal by Will Hardwick, Shaugabay scored on the power play for a 3-0 lead after two periods.

Shaugabay and Ryan Lund assisted on Carson Pilgrim's short-handed goal in the third period.

Hampton Slukynsky made 32 saves for the shutout.

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Providence Academy 6, Mound Westonka 1

MOUND - Louie Wehmann scored four goals to help propel Providence Academy past Mound Westonka 6-1 at Thaler Sports Center. 

Wehmann, a junior who scored 34 goals in 27 games last season, scored three of his goals in the third period as the Lions opened their season with the convincing win.

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