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7 hrs ago | The Rock County Star Herald
Luverne junior Connor Hoffman slumps over the LHS bench after the Cardinals dropped a gut-wrenching, 4-3 decision in double overtime to Totino-Grace in Saturday's consolation final at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis.
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Yesterday | St. Cloud Times
For years, the goal at the beginning of the college basketball season at both St. John's and St. Cloud State was the same.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Miquel Fidler and Kieffer Bellows both scored twice and Edina earned its second straight Class 2A boys hockey title with an 8-2 win over Lakeville North Saturday night.
Grant Loven had a goal and three assists as East Grand Forks beat Hermantown 7-3 in the Class 1A Boys Hockey Championship.
East Grand Forks produced a tidal wave of five unanswered goals in the second period en route to a 7-3 victory over Hermantown in the Class A boys hockey championship game Saturday afternoon at the Xcel Energy Center.
In years past, Lakeville North was a mere blip on the radar screen of the Minnesota high school boys hockey tournament.
Hermantown boys hockey coach Bruce Plante said he's been likened to former Vikings coach and Pro Football hall of famer Bud Grant.
The fierce FIRST Robotics competition kicked off at the DECC on Friday. Teams learn all kinds of science and technical skills building the bots, but this year one team is pushing drug and alcohol prevention too.
Edina sophomore forward Casey Dornbach's slap shot gets past Stillwater sophomore goalie Josh Benson for a goal in the second period Thursday.
Lakeville North's Henry Enebak is congratulated by fans as he leaves the ice after scoring the winning goal in a 2-1 overtime victory against Roseau in a Class AA quarterfinal game of the State Boys Hockey Tournament at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
Chris Brown and his family -- three generations of it, in fact -- are no strangers to the Minnesota state hockey tournament.
East Grand Forks' Brandon Loven, left, and Tanner Tweten, right, work to knock Orono's Will LeNeave off the puck during the first period.
Hermantown fans, from left, Seth Soderlund, Devin Puhl and Tyler Johnson celebrate after Hermantown scored a second-period goal against Luverne in a Class A quarterfinal game of the State Boys Hockey Tournament at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
St. Cloud Cathedral's Will Hammer and Dan Bailey, Sauk Rapids' Travis Kotenbeutel and St. Cloud Apollo's Tanner Breidenbach all were named to the All-Section 6A boys hockey first team selected by coaches.