Third place came down to a shootout this past weekend at the Stillwater Stampede. At the end of regulation the boys were tied 1-1 with Wayzata. After a 4v4 OT the score was still 1-1. Each team had three chances to score in the shootout; Goalie Parker Barnes saved two of the three shots, with the third missing the net completely. Gavin Fruit scored the only goal in the shootout to give the boys the third place finish. Great job boys!
The Squirt A boys battled until the end in the Championship Game at the SLP Panther Classic this weekend; losing 2-5 to Spring Lake Park. It wasn't the outcome they were hoping for as they won Game 1 over Cottage Grove (8-3) and Game 2 over Roseville (4-2), but a strong second place finish nonetheless. Congratulations boys!
The 12UA girls took the chip this weekend at the Hopkins Thanksgiving Tournament! They beat Farmington 3-0 in Game 1, Wayzata 1-0 in Game 2 and Bloomington 3-1 in Game 3 (Championship). Amazing job girls!
The 10UB Red girls beat Farmington and Wayzata to face Bloomington in the Championship game. The girls played hard, but in the end their efforts didn't win them the chip and finished with second place. Congratulations girls on a well-played weekend of hockey!
After a tough start, losing to Wayzata in the All American Girls Tournament, the 15UA girls pulled it together on Saturday to tie Proctor Hermantown and then beat Andover. On Sunday, they fought hard to beat Centennial for a well-deserved third place finish! Congratulations girls!
Congratulations to the 12UB1 girls for their 2nd place finish at the All American Girls Tournament this weekend. They went 3-0 to face Eden Prairie for the chip yesterday. It was a hard-fought game that ended with a regulation score of 0-0. That was followed by a 5 min. 4v4 overtime period with the score ending in 0-0. The shootout wasn't what the girls were hoping for and resulted in a 0-1 loss. Nonetheless, these girls, especially their goalie Brooklyn (only allowed 2 goals all tournament), played amazingly well and we're proud of their efforts!
We've got a solution for that overflowing recycling bin problem that you may have ... bring your aluminum cans to the Arena to be recycled. You can drop them off behind the Arena. Please make sure they are in plastic bags and then just toss them over the fenced in area.
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