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Hockey Night: Chanhassen stuns No. 1 Minnetonka

By Legacy Hockey staff, 12/10/22, 9:45PM CST


Dec. 10: Storm complete epic week by handing Skippers first loss; Wayzata tops BSM to stay unbeaten; Warroad slips past Grand Rapids in OT

Chanhassen 4, Minnetonka 1

VICTORIA - Caden Lee scored twice to lead Chanhassen to a 4-1 upset win over previously unbeaten Minnetonka, the No. 1 ranked team in Class 2A, on Saturday at the Victoria Recreation Center.

No. 10-2A Chanhassen (4-1-0) took the lead on Jack Christ's power-play goal midway through the first period.

Minnetonka (5-1-0) tied it at 1-1 on Hagen Burrows' goal with 4:25 left in the first period.

Lee put Chanhassen ahead for good with his first goal, and later added an empty net goal, as did Ben Curtis.

Chanhassen started the week by beating arch rival Chaska 4-0, snapping a 13-game losing streak to the Hawks.

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Wayzata 4, Benilde-St. Margaret's 1

ST. LOUIS PARK - Rhys Wallin's hat trick powered Wayzata to a 4-1 win over Benilde-St. Margaret's in a meeting of ranked teams at the St. Louis Park Rec Center.

Wallin, who scored the overtime game-winning goal against Hill-Murray Thursday, gave the Trojans a 1-0 lead with 7:20 remaining in the first.

He scored a power-play goal with 2:35 left in the second for No. 4-2A Wayzata (5-0-0).

Mason Stenger brought No. 7-2A Benilde-St. Margaret's (1-2-0) within one, 2-1, with his goal at 15:39 of the second. However, Jibber Kohl scored 12 seconds later to give Wayzata a 3-1 lead.

Wallin completed the hat trick with 6:24 remaining. Jacob Kvasnicka added three assists for the Trojans.

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Warroad 3, Grand Rapids 2 (OT)

GRAND RAPIDS - Murray Marvin-Cordes scored with 2:01 left in overtime to give Warroad a 3-2 comeback win over Grand Rapids at the IRA Civic Center.

Warroad tied the score at 2-2 with Garrett Hennum's goal with 12:28 left in regulation.

No. 2-1A Warroad (5-0-0) trailed 2-0 after the first as the Thunderhawks' Xander Sherman and Gus Brennan scored.

Warroad got on the board with 52 seconds left in the second period when Wyatt Hennum scored.

No. 15-2A Grand Rapids saw its six-game win streak to start the season snapped. The Thunderhawks defeated Roseau 3-2 in overtime Saturday.

Myles Gunderson stopped 41 shots while Warhead's Hampton Slukynsky made 32 saves and was credited with an assist.

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Rogers 2, St. Cloud 0

ST. CLOUD - Drew Krekelberg and Sam Ranallo each had goals and Cade Chapman registered the shutout as Rogers slipped past St. Cloud 2-0 at the Municipal Athletic Complex.

Krekelberg scored late in the first and Ranallo added a shorthanded goal with 4:14 remaining. Chapman made 11 saves for the No. 2-2A Royals (5-0-0).

The loss was the first of the season for St. Cloud (3-1-0).

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Hermantown 3, Centennial 3 (OT)

CIRCLE PINES - Hermantown's Josh Kauppinen scored with eight seconds left in regulation and skated to a 3-3 tie with Centennial at the Centennial Sports Arena.

No. 1-1A Hermantown (3-0-0) trailed 3-1 after two periods but George Peterson's power-play goal brought the Hawks within one.

After Hermantown opened the scoring, Centennial (2-3-0) scored the next three goals, two by Peyton Blair. Palmer Lemay also scored for the Cougars.

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Elk River/Zimmerman 4, Roseau 2

ELK RIVER - Elk River/Zimmerman scored the first period's final three goals on its way to a 4-2 win over Roseau at Furniture and Things Community Event Center.

Elk River/Zimmerman (3-1-0) trailed 2-0 before getting goals from Kole Mears, Matt Reinert and Carter Davis to close the first period with a 3-2 lead.

Mears then netted his second goal 2:36 into the second to cap the scoring.

Roseau (3-3-0) opened the game with two goals 42 seconds apart. Tanner George's power-play goal came 5:16 into the first and Teagan LaPlante followed 42 seconds later to give the Rams a quick 2-0 lead.

In a relief role, the Elks' Gavin Greniuk stopped all 32 shots he faced in 45:02 of work.

Elk River knocked Roseau out of the 2022 Section 8AA semifinals in a major upset.

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Gentry Academy 4, Hudson (Wis.) 0

VADNAIS HEIGHTS - Brendon Hammer scored twice and Hunter Heinsch recorded the shutout as Gentry Academy beat two-time defending Wisconsin Division 1 state champion Hudson 4-0 at TCO Sports Garden.

Hammer scored in the first, assisted on Brock Fairbanks' second-period goal and scored again 3:01 in the third to put the Stars (3-1-0) ahead 3-0.

Gentry Academy outshot the Raiders (3-2-0) 38-11.

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