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THE TOURNEY 2022

Three decades removed from his time with the Minnesota Gophers and still the program's all-time assists leader, Larry Olimb is taking on a new challenge as head coach of an Orono girls' team looking to improve on its third place finish at the 2022 state tourney.
The 18-year-old senior at Hill-Murray High School is the No. 100-ranked North American skater in the midterm rankings by NHL Central Scouting and is weighing NCAA Division I offers. But his next task is helping St. Cloud reach the second round of the NAHL playoffs, which begin Friday
Junior forward led the Class AA state champions with 29 goals, 74 points in 31 games.
In an annual tradition, the All Hockey Hair team announced after state tournament

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Hermantown places five on Class A team, while Andover and Maple Grove each have four on Class AA team
Andover wins first boys hockey title with 6-5 win over Maple Grove
For the second time this year, the Hawks edged the Warriors, this time for the school's fourth state hockey championship.
Mahtomedi used a flurry of three goals at the end of the first period to help secure a 4-2 win over the Cardinals in the third-place game at the Xcel Energy Center on Saturday.
Maple Grove, Andover make first title game appearances while Warroad, Hermantown look to add to championship legacies
The junior had three points in No. 5 Andover's 4-2 upset over top-seed Hill-Murray

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Second-ranked Warroad is the only team that stands in the Hawks’ way of redemption after a disappointing end to the 2021 season.
Joshua Giuliani now has five goals in the tournament as the Crimson aim to hang school's first title banner
The Hawks allowed an early goal, but locked down defensively and allowed just six shots the rest of the game.

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