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Sunday was a big day for the Grand Rapids High School boys hockey team. Senior standouts Avery Peterson and Hunter Shepard were named the Minnesota Mr. Hockey and Frank Brimsek award winners, respectively.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL — When Duluth East dropped its fifth-place game to Roseau on Saturday, it marked the end of one of the best careers for a defenseman in Greyhounds history.
Bruce Plante finally got his wish. For so long a critic of private schools participating in the Minnesota Class A high school boys hockey tournament, Plante’s Hermantown Hawks opposed a fellow public school in Saturday’s championship game at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. The result was largely the same.RELATED CONTENT
A game that started with so much promise ended in disarray for Hermantown at Saturday's Class A championship game of the Minnesota high school boys hockey tournament.RELATED CONTENT
A disastrous second period leaves the Hermantown Hawks in a massive hole this afternoon at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, where the Hawks trail East Grand Forks 5-1 in the Class A title game of the Minnesota high school boys hockey tournament.
After wasting three power plays, Hermantown finally got on the board at the end of the first period in this afternoon's Class A boys hockey championship game at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
ST. PAUL — The good news for Bruce Plante is his Hermantown Hawks are headed back to the championship game of the Minnesota Class A high school boys hockey tournament.RELATED CONTENT
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