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Post by thegreatone99 » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:06 pm

How does a game like this help anyone? Girls hockey clearly becoming haves and have-nots, pretty soon teams will be following North Dakota.

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Post by ghshockeyfan » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:27 pm

thegreatone99 wrote:How does a game like this help anyone? Girls hockey clearly becoming haves and have-nots, pretty soon teams will be following North Dakota.
I agree. Not sure what game in particular you are talking about but many years we've seen teams putting up high teens and into the 20's. I only had one of these get away from me in about a decade behind the bench. It happens but shouldn't regularly.

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Post by thegreatone99 » Sun Nov 26, 2017 12:38 am

Edina vs Duluth, would expect Duluth to be stronger based on their numbers?

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Post by massalsa » Sun Nov 26, 2017 1:11 am

thegreatone99 wrote:How does a game like this help anyone? Girls hockey clearly becoming haves and have-nots, pretty soon teams will be following North Dakota.
The same team lost to Blake 7-4 in less than 24 hours. I would say that it probably helped them in that game.

Blake beat Proctor/Hermantown 9-0 Friday night. Then P/H lost to Edina (only guessing by looking at their twitter feed as they like to take their time in reporting scores) 7-1.

Who did these games help or hinder more? If I had to guess the beneficiaries of these games were all 4 teams but my OPINION is that they helped both Duluth and also P/H the most.

I know if I was P/H (as a coach or a player) i want to play the defending A champs if I want to take my team to the state tourney and have a shot at the championship.

That is just an early thought/opinion.

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Post by MNHockeyFan » Sun Nov 26, 2017 1:15 am

thegreatone99 wrote:Edina vs Duluth, would expect Duluth to be stronger based on their numbers?
For whatever reason girls hockey just hasn't caught on in Duluth. Huge contrast to the boys, which has a powerhouse Class AA team in Duluth East, and perennial Class A champion in nearby Hermantown.

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