2010/2011 H. S. Girls Scores

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2010/2011 H. S. Girls Scores

Post by Defensive Zone » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:48 pm

Any scores this week?

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Post by Rookie19 » Thu Nov 11, 2010 9:30 pm

JM upsets Mayo 3-2 opening night 8)

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2010-11 scores

Post by bghockey » Thu Nov 11, 2010 10:15 pm

Mound Westonka/W-M over Tartan 5-2.

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Post by northshore guy » Fri Nov 12, 2010 8:21 am

Shakopee beat East Ridge 6-1. Menke 2g 3A and Hespenheide with 3g. Girls hockey Hub has Benson Area with an 11-1 win over Redwood Valley.
Duluth 3-1 over Silver Bay/cc/th/ely/be
Mankato East 3-2 over Albert Lea
North Wright County 3-2 over Sartell

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Post by hockeya1a » Fri Nov 12, 2010 8:56 pm

Tonka 3-1 over HM

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Post by iceage » Sat Nov 13, 2010 5:16 am

hockeya1a wrote:Tonka 3-1 over HM
I saw the Tonka-HM game. The first period went very strongly to Tonka (leading 3-0, and outshooting HM 15-5 after one). After that HM elevated their game and outscored Tonka 1-0 and outshooting them 17-16 over the 2nd and 3rd periods. The goalies, Friend and McKeever played very well.

Observations:
-Except for PP and PK, Hill ran 4 lines. Tonka dressed 13 beyond goalies. Tonka was getting gassed in the 3rd period. I think that Megan McGlynn could move up. She played well for the Tonka JVs.
- Tonka contained H. Brandt fairly well (about as well as you can) but HM Played well with lines 2-4. HM has to decide on 3 lines however if they expect wins against good teams.
- An overlooked player for HM is Tory Heller. She forechecked well, created scoring chances, and showed a lot of speed. I thought that Courtney Mc Dougal played well for Tonka (R. Ramsey is a given).
-HM needs more scoring beyond the first line. The 2nd line of Brittney Cusick, Margo Lund, and Tory Heller will score goals this years if they stay together.
- Both teams can take away positives but HM has to feel good after coming back the way that they did against a very good Minnetonka team.

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Post by hockeym11 » Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:45 am

iceage wrote:
hockeya1a wrote:Tonka 3-1 over HM
I saw the Tonka-HM game. The first period went very strongly to Tonka (leading 3-0, and outshooting HM 15-5 after one). After that HM elevated their game and outscored Tonka 1-0 and outshooting them 17-16 over the 2nd and 3rd periods. The goalies, Friend and McKeever played very well.

Observations:
-Except for PP and PK, Hill ran 4 lines. Tonka dressed 13 beyond goalies. Tonka was getting gassed in the 3rd period. I think that Megan McGlynn could move up. She played well for the Tonka JVs.
- Tonka contained H. Brandt fairly well (about as well as you can) but HM Played well with lines 2-4. HM has to decide on 3 lines however if they expect wins against good teams.
- An overlooked player for HM is Tory Heller. She forechecked well, created scoring chances, and showed a lot of speed. I thought that Courtney Mc Dougal played well for Tonka (R. Ramsey is a given).
-HM needs more scoring beyond the first line. The 2nd line of Brittney Cusick, Margo Lund, and Tory Heller will score goals this years if they stay together.
- Both teams can take away positives but HM has to feel good after coming back the way that they did against a very good Minnetonka team.

I believe that you are confusing Tory Heller with Margo Lund. I saw Margo a few times last year and she has made an incredible transformation. she has size and speed that hill will need. Brandt, Brandt, and Lund will are by far their best players. The pioneers need to stop playing 4 lines it cost them last night and will in their next 5 games.

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Post by iceage » Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:45 am

hockeym11 wrote:
iceage wrote:
hockeya1a wrote:Tonka 3-1 over HM
I saw the Tonka-HM game. The first period went very strongly to Tonka (leading 3-0, and outshooting HM 15-5 after one). After that HM elevated their game and outscored Tonka 1-0 and outshooting them 17-16 over the 2nd and 3rd periods. The goalies, Friend and McKeever played very well.

Observations:
-Except for PP and PK, Hill ran 4 lines. Tonka dressed 13 beyond goalies. Tonka was getting gassed in the 3rd period. I think that Megan McGlynn could move up. She played well for the Tonka JVs.
- Tonka contained H. Brandt fairly well (about as well as you can) but HM Played well with lines 2-4. HM has to decide on 3 lines however if they expect wins against good teams.
- An overlooked player for HM is Tory Heller. She forechecked well, created scoring chances, and showed a lot of speed. I thought that Courtney Mc Dougal played well for Tonka (R. Ramsey is a given).
-HM needs more scoring beyond the first line. The 2nd line of Brittney Cusick, Margo Lund, and Tory Heller will score goals this years if they stay together.
- Both teams can take away positives but HM has to feel good after coming back the way that they did against a very good Minnetonka team.

I believe that you are confusing Tory Heller with Margo Lund. I saw Margo a few times last year and she has made an incredible transformation. she has size and speed that hill will need. Brandt, Brandt, and Lund will are by far their best players. The pioneers need to stop playing 4 lines it cost them last night and will in their next 5 games.
No, I am not onfusing Heller with Lund. My comments stand.

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Post by joehockey » Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:45 pm

You are both right Lund & Heller have tremendous potential - hopefully they become impact players this year - hustle won't be enogh, they have to play smart and in short they have to score consistently.

If Hill ran this line up last night - you expect great play from Brandt, Brandt up front & good goal from McKeever, and D from McGill and Curtiss.

Hill has been running 4 lines for the past 3 years and the HM opportunity are the girls in bold they have to defend and score this year - if they do HM will be in the hunt all year and may make their first trip to State.

Brandt-Brandt-Bobrowski
Cusik-Lund-Heller
Link-Zarembinski-Freeberg
Pelano-Long-Freeberg


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Post by SuperStar » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:05 am

Tuesday night:

EP 4
Prior Lake 1

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Post by royals dad » Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:42 am

Tuesday night

Burnsville 4
Hopkins 6

Burnsville scored 4 in the 1st, then Hopkins got 6 straight. Both teams showed their youth and will need to keep getting better as they move towards the conference schedules. Burnsville seemed to have a hard time getting going again after the 1st but at times looked really dominant and had a few that took a Hopkins bounce.

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Post by Bullgod » Wed Nov 17, 2010 11:57 am

I watched the online stream of Hill vs. Tonka. One thing to note regarding Hill's first period shellacking. The announcers said the Hill team didn't arrive in Tonka until about 6:15. I assume they were stuck in traffic. Could be the reason for being a little slow in the first. They palyed well enough to win in the final two periods, as stated. Good game overall, look forward to the rest of the season

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Post by Bullgod » Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:55 pm

11/16

Irondale 5
WBL 3

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Post by observer » Fri Nov 19, 2010 10:33 am

11/18

Rosemount 5
Centennial 1

Upset? Rosemount skated 14. Did Centennial skate 20? The stats page shows 28 which probably wasn't input correctly.

http://www.mngirlshockeyhub.com/game/show/1140598

I'm seeing some top girls teams skating just 13-14. Very interesting change that I didn't notice last season.

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Post by Gov78 » Fri Nov 19, 2010 10:11 pm

11/19

Tonka - 3
Warroad - 1

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Post by DHMN » Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:21 pm

Cloquet (CEC) and Eden Prairie skated to a 3-3 tie. it was 2-2 after the first 4 minutes then both goaltenders settled down. Cloquet skated 3 lines but by the end the first line was playing more and dragging some during the OT. Both teams had chances in the OT, and a point blank chance near the buzzer either hit the crossbar or was deflected high by the Eden Prairie goaltender.. I couldn't tell and others weren't sure.

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Post by Gov78 » Sat Nov 20, 2010 4:42 pm

11/20

Tonka beat Roseau in OT but I don't have the final score.

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Post by hockeywild7 » Sat Nov 20, 2010 5:39 pm

Stillwater 4
Cloquet 0

Good effort by Stillwater outshooting Cloquet 35-11

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Post by OntheEdge » Sat Nov 20, 2010 6:26 pm

Edina 5, Hill Murray 1.

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Post by GirlsHockeyFan10 » Sat Nov 20, 2010 6:39 pm

Gov78 wrote:11/20

Tonka beat Roseau in OT but I don't have the final score.

2 to 1

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Post by jumpstart » Sat Nov 20, 2010 7:19 pm

Friday:
White Bear Lake 4, Grand Rapids 1
SOG: [Can't remember WBL's # of shots 30+ ?], GR 12.

Saturday:
White Bear Lake 7, Hibbing 0
SOG: WBL 50+, Hibbing 8
Angie Hall, 9th grade goalie, played both games and recorded her first Varsity shutout.

I was told that Roseville beat Hibbing on Friday 9 to 0 and had similar SOG numbers as WBL. I don't know how they did against Grand Rapids on Saturday.

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Post by SuperStar » Sun Nov 21, 2010 8:53 am

Sat afternoon:

EP 8
Proctor/Hermantown/Marshall 0

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Post by Bullgod » Sun Nov 21, 2010 3:06 pm

an 8 save shut out is hardly noteworthy

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Post by mnhockeynemn » Sun Nov 21, 2010 9:51 pm

Roseau also took I Falls 7-1 earlier this week.
Northern Minnesota, Now that's real Hockey!

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Post by allhoc11 » Sun Nov 21, 2010 9:53 pm

Bullgod wrote:an 8 save shut out is hardly noteworthy
I disagree, a shutout is a shutout, and sometimes the ones with fewer shots are more difficult.

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