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Hockey Night: Jayson Shaugabay becomes Warroad's career scoring leader

By Legacy Hockey staff, 01/07/23, 11:45PM CST


Jan. 7: Senior passes T.J. Oshie on Warriors' all-time list; Northfield outlasts Delano; Mahtomedi, Rosemount register upset victories

Warroad 10, Fergus Falls 4

WARROAD - Senior forward Jason Shaugabay had a goal and four assists as he broke Warroad's career scoring record on Saturday in the Warriors' 10-4 win over Fergus Falls at The Gardens Arena.

Shaugabay's five points give him 245 for his career, four more than T.J. Oshie's total of 241 from 2002-2005. Oshie currently plays for the NHL's Washington Capitals. Shaugabay sits at No. 26 on the state's all-time scoring list.

Shaugabay, a Minnesota-Duluth commit, wasn't the only one amassing points for No. 2-1A Warroad (11-0-0). 

Carson Pilgrim scored five goals, becoming the seventh player this season to score five goals in a single game, and added an assist. Erick Comstock added four assists for the high-scoring Warriors (fifth in the state with 68 goals).

Shaugabay assisted on both of Pilgrim's first-period goals to surpass Oshie. Shaugabay added a power-play goal in the second and two assists in the third.

Shaugabay, who has 12 goals and 25 assists this season, started his career with 30 goals and 72 points as a freshman. He then added 24 goals and 54 points as a sophomore before being credited with 27 goals and 82 points last season.

Brayden Nelson and Kellen Stenstrom each recorded a goal and an assist for No. 8-1A Fergus Falls (6-3-1).

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Northfield 5, Delano 3

NORTHFIELD - Cayden Monson scored the winner with 1:51 remaining to power Northfield to a 5-3 win over Delano in a matchup of top-10 ranked small-school teams at Northfield Ice Arena.

Kamden Kaiser scored twice for No. 6-1A Northfield (9-2-0), which scored twice on the power play as the teams traded goals in the first period.

No. 9-1A Delano (6-5-0) tied the game 3-3 with 4:22 remaining on a goal by Mason Hargarten.

Kaiser then added an empty-net goal to clinch the victory.

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Mahtomedi 2, St. Thomas Academy 1

MENDOTA HEIGHTS - Charlie Drage and Seth Nelson scored 61 seconds apart in the second period as Mahtomedi upended St. Thomas Academy 2-1 at St. Thomas Ice Arena.

Nine penalties were called in the game's first 23 minutes, when no goals were scored.

No. 3-1A Mahtomedi (7-2-0) got on the scoreboard when Drage scored with 4:27 left in the second. Nelson then gave the Zephyrs a 2-0 lead with 3:26 left in the period.

Tommy Cronin scored in the third for No. 9-2A St. Thomas Academy (9-4-0) but the Cadets were unable to get another shot past Mahtomedi's Charlie Brandt.

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East Grand Forks 3, Holy Family 2

EAST GRAND FORKS - Brock Schultz's second-period goal proved to be the game-winner as East Grand Forks defeated Holy Family 3-2 at East Grand Forks Civic Arena.

Schultz's goal broke a 2-2 tie with 6:29 left in the second.

No. 20-2A Holy Family (8-5-0) opened the scoring with a goal by Keyan Schugel four minutes into the contest.

The Green Wave's Jace Fore scored three minutes into the second period before Holden Pajor gave the Fire a 2-1 lead with 11:39 left in the second. Chase Moe then tied it with 8:11 to play in the period, setting the stage for Schultz's goal.

Sam Schumacher added two assists for No. 5-1A East Grand Forks (7-6-0).

Holy Family lost to Grand Forks Red River, North Dakota's top-ranked team, on Friday.

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Hermantown 6, Eden Prairie 2

EDEN PRAIRIE - Freshman forward River Freeman had two goals and two assists as Hermantown scored the game's final three goals in a 6-2 win over Eden Prairie at Eden Prairie Community Center.

No. 1-1A Hermantown (9-0-1) opened with goals by Samuel Swenson and Joshua Kauppinen in the first period. Freeman's first goal gave the Hawks a 3-0 lead with 9:51 to play in the second.

No. 17-2A Eden Prairie (5-7-1) answered with two goals by Andy Earl. The Hawks' Dallas Vieau scored with one second left in the second for a 4-2 lead.

Nolan Barker scored 18 seconds into the third period for Hermantown and Freeman added an empty-net goal to complete the scoring.

Hermantown's victory was its seventh over a Class 2A opponent this season.

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Rosemount 4, Eastview 0

APPLE VALLEY - Cade Denny made 14 saves for the shutout and Cadyn Campbell and Jake Toll each recorded two points as Rosemount upset No. 13-2A Eastview 4-0 at Apple Valley Sports Arena in a matchup of South Suburban Conference and Section 3AA rivals.

Rosemount (4-8-0) built a 2-0 lead after two periods on goals by Luca Salak and Christian Garrity. The Irish outshot Eastview 12-2 in the second period.

The Rosemount offensive onslaught continued in the third as the Irish recorded 12 more shots on goal, leading to goals by Owen Durigan and Campbell.

Jay Svaren made 28 saves for Eastview (7-3-0).

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Shakopee 6, Prior Lake 3

SHAKOPEE - Sophomore Cooper Simpson's hat trick helped lead Shakopee past Prior Lake 6-3 in a matchup of Section 2AA teams at Shakopee Ice Arena.

Jackson Vogel added a goal and three assists for Shakopee (6-3-0). Vogel's shorthanded goal in the second gave the Sabers a 3-1 lead after two.

Joe Rice scored twice in the third period for Prior Lake (6-6-0).

Simpson and Rice traded goals in the third period before Shakopee's Cooper Siegert completed the scoring with 47 seconds left.

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Edina 2, Lakeville South 2 (OT)

EDINA - Jackson Ernst scored with 3:15 remaining in regulation for Lakeville South as the Cougars and Edina skated to a 4-4 tie at Braemar Ice Arena.

Charlie Sandven and Bobby Cowan scored in the first period as No. 4-2A Edina (8-3-1) grabbed a 2-0 lead.

Tate Pritchard score the lone goal of the second period as No. 11-2A Lakeville South (5-3-1) pulled to within 2-1.

Lakeville South goaltender Jack Hochsprung finished with 39 saves. Edina's Robbie Clarkowski made 21 stops.

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Cretin-Derham Hall 4, Roseville 4 (OT)

ROSEVILLE - Attila Lippai scored twice in a span of 29 seconds late in the third period as Cretin-Derham Hall rallied to forge a 4-4 overtime tie with Roseville at Roseville Ice Arena.

Landon Steffen's power-play goal 1:32 into the third period put Roseville (8-4-1) ahead 4-1.

Jake Fisher started the comeback for No. 6-2A Cretin-Derham Hall (9-4-1) by scoring 4:25 into the third period. Fisher finished with two goals, as did Roseville's Landon Steffen.

Owen Nelson made 26 saves for Cretin-Derham Hall, including a pair of stops on point-blank attempts in overtime. Dylan Keely made 50 saves for Roseville.

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Hill-Murray 1, Two Rivers 0

WEST ST. PAUL - Jack Erickson made 31 saves for the shutout and Ryan Madigan scored the lone goal as Hill-Murray topped Two Rivers 1-0 at West. St. Paul Arena.

Madigan's goal came 4:57 into the second period.

Erickson made 13 of his saves in the first period for the No. 16-2A Pioneers (4-7-0).

Tyler Ouren made 35 saves for No. 20-1A Two Rivers (10-3-1).  The senior leads the state with a .958 save percentage. 

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Red Wing 6, Winona 6 (OT)

WINONA - Winona scored the final three goals of the third period as it rallied to forge a 6-6 overtime tie with Red Wing at Bud King Ice Arena.

Teis Larsen, John Vail and Wesylee Kohner scored power-play goals in the final 14:49 of the third period as Winona rallied from a 6-3 deficit.

Ethan Anderson's third goal of the game 1:47 into the third period put Red Wing (1-10-3) ahead 6-3.

The game marked the fifth overtime finish of the season for the Winhawks (2-5-2).  

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