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The longtime Duluth East boys hockey coach joined the Cadets last season and took over as head coach in the offseason. He talks about the late Steve Jensen, the coldest arenas in the state and more.
MIAC foes Bethel and St. Olaf will face off in a nonconference matchup at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Recreation Outdoor Center in St. Louis Park.
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The Fighting Hawks held the nation's top-scoring line without a point during a 2-2 series-opening tie.

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High School Game Reports
The Moorhead Spuds won when they visited the Brainerd/Little Falls Warriors on Friday. The final score was 9-1.
With no decisive score in regulation, the Grand Rapids Thunderhawks' home game against the Roseau Rams ran into overtime on Friday. Grand Rapids snatched the win with a final score of 3-2.
The Duluth East Greyhounds won their home game against the Coon Rapids Cardinals on Friday, ending 8-3.
The Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato Dragons won their road game against the Bloomington Kennedy Eagles on Friday, ending 7-1.
The Monticello Moose bested the visiting Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets 7-3 on Friday.
The Crookston Pirates won the home game against the Rock Ridge Wolverines 8-2 on Friday.
The South St. Paul Packers beat the visiting Hopkins/Park Nordics 6-1 on Friday.
The Sartell Sabres won against the hosting Bemidji Lumberjacks on Friday, ending 4-3.
The Roseau Rams won on the road on Friday, handing the Buffalo Bison a defeat 4-1.
The Crookston Pirates won their road game against the St. Paul Johnson Governors. The team put in a strong effort and got a shutout. The game ended 8-0.
The North St. Paul/Tartan TNT won at home on Friday, handing the Two Rivers/St. Paul Riveters a defeat 6-2.
The New Ulm Eagles continue to stay strong. When the team played the Luverne Cardinals on Friday, they claimed yet another victory. New Ulm won the game 2-1 and now has five successive wins.
The teams were tied after 60 minutes but overtime saw the Orono Spartans come away with the close win over the New Prague Trojans on the road on Friday. The final score was 4-3.
The Warroad Warriors continue to stay strong. When the team played the Rock Ridge Wolverines on Friday, they claimed yet another victory. Warroad won the game 7-0 and now has four successive wins.
The Delano/Rockford Tigers won 1-0 at home to the Pine City Area Dragons. The only goal of the game came from Kayleigh
A single goal decided a close game as the Rochester Mayo Spartans won 2-1 on the road against the Hibbing/Chisholm Bluejackets on Friday.
The Rochester Century Panthers picked up a decisive road win against the Farmington Tigers. The game ended in a shutout, 3-0.
The Northern Lakes Lightning defeated the Breckenridge Blades 6-1 on Friday.
The game between the Warroad Warriors and the Mound Westonka/SWC White Hawks saw Warroad's Rylee Bartz in deadly form. Rylee Bartz scored an incredible five goals in Warroad's 8-1 home win.
The Northfield Raiders won their road game against the Mankato West Scarlets. The team put in a strong effort and got a shutout. The game ended 12-0.
The Proctor Rails picked up a decisive home win against the Red Wing Wingers. The game ended in a shutout, 10-0.
The Waconia Wildcats got away with a win on Friday in their road game against the St. Louis Park Orioles. The game finished 2-1.
The game between the Thief River Falls Prowlers and the Holy Angels Stars on Friday finished 8-1. The result means Holy Angels has seven straight wins.
The game between the Simley Spartans and the Breck Mustangs on Friday finished 5-1. The result means Simley has four straight wins.
A single goal decided a close game as the Pine City Area Dragons won 5-4 at home against the Princeton Tigers on Friday.
The Detroit Lakes Lakers won when they visited the Prairie Centre North Stars on Thursday. The final score was 8-2.
The Osseo Orioles won at home on Thursday, handing the Anoka Tornadoes a defeat 7-3.
The Chisago Lakes Wildcats won their road game against the Princeton/Becker/Big Lake/Spectrum Tigers. The team put in a strong effort and got a shutout. The game ended 5-0.
The game between the Shakopee Sabers and the Lakeville North Panthers on Thursday finished 3-1. The result means Lakeville North has six straight wins.
Nine goals scored – and a shutout. The Maple Grove Crimson secured the road victory against the Spring Lake Park Panthers. The game ended 9-0.

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