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High School Hockey Results - Schwan Cup

12/29/2011, 6:08am CST
By MHJ Staff

Champions Are Crowned


Schwan Cup Champs From Duluth East

BOYS’ CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SUMMARIES. All games were played at Xcel Energy Center.

 

Open Division: North Metro 3, Coon Rapids 2.

Jordan Stroh scored two goals, including the game winner in the third period, as the North Metro Stars defeated Coon Rapids 3-2 to capture the Schwan Cup open division championship. Travis Ricco scored the other goal for the winners, as North Metro came back from a two-goal first period deficit. In goal, T.J. Dunleavy stopped 27 of 29 shots, and held Coon Rapids scoreless for the final two periods.

 

Bronze Division: Rogers 3, Mounds View 2.

Neal Smith scored the game winning goal in the third period as Rogers defeated Mounds View 3-2 to capture the bronze division championship. Jacob Tretsven scored for Mounds View 32 seconds after Smith’s goal to cut the Rogers lead to one, but the Mustangs weren’t able to crack Royals goalie Robby Vukelich, the game ended 3-2.

 

Silver Division: Breck 5, Forest Lake 1.

Breck dominated Forest Lake to win the silver division championship 5-1. Grant Opperman had two goals and an assist, and Matt Colford recorded a goal and three assists to lead the winners. Jack Kenney was solid in goal for the Mustangs, stopping 23 of 24 shots.

 

Gold Division: Duluth East 6, Minnetonka 2.

Ryan Lundgren scored twice in the first 9:34 of the game and Duluth East never looked back, winning the gold division championship 6-2. Dom Toninato also tallied one goal and three assists for the winners. It was the first gold championship for the Greyhounds after nine years of playing in the Schwan Cup gold division.

 

COMPLETE TOURNAMENT SCORES:

 

Boys’ Gold High School Division

Monday, December 26 (Quarterfinals):

Game 1: St. Thomas Academy 9, Holy Angels 3.

Game 2: Duluth East 4, Burnsville 2.

Game 3: Minnetonka 7, Hill-Murray 3.

Game 4: Edina 2, Blaine 0.

Tuesday, December 27:

Game 5 (consolation): Burnsville 15, Holy Angels 3.

Game 6 (consolation): Hill-Murray 4, Blaine 2.

Game 7 (Semi-final #1): Duluth East 5, St. Thomas Academy 4.

Game 8 (Semi-final #2): Minnetonka 6, Edina 0.

Wednesday, December 28:

Game 9 (consolation): Blaine 4, Holy Angels 1.

Game 10 (consolation championship): Hill-Murray 4, Burnsville 3. (overtime)

Game 11 (third place): Edina 3, St. Thomas Academy 2.

Game 12 (championship): Duluth East 6, Minnetonka 2.

 

Boys’ Silver High School Division

Monday, December 26 (Quarterfinals):

Game 1: Lakeville South 6, Stillwater 3.

Game 2: Breck 6, Apple Valley 2.

Game 3: Forest Lake 6, Bemidji 1.

Game 4: Roseville 3, Blake 0.

Tuesday, December 27:

Game 5 (consolation): Apple Valley 4, Stillwater 1. 

Game 6 (consolation): Bemidji 6, Blake 2.

Game 7 (Semi-final #1): Breck 6, Lakeville South 4.

Game 8 (Semi-final #2): Forest Lake 2, Roseville 2. (Forest Lake wins overtime shootout to advance.)

Wednesday, December 28:

Game 9 (consolation): Stillwater 3, Blake 2 (overtime).

Game 10 (consolation championship): Apple Valley 2, Bemidji 1.

Game 11 (third place): Lakeville South 7, Roseville 2.

Game 12 (championship): Breck 5, Forest Lake 1.

 

Boys’ Bronze High School Division

Monday, December 26 (Quarterfinals):

Game 1: Rogers 6, Orono 2.

Game 2: Cretin-Derham Hall 5, Providence Academy 1. 

Game 3: Mounds View 4, Hudson, Wis. 2.

Game 4: Champlin Park 3, Sartell 0.

Tuesday, December 27:

Game 5 (consolation): Orono 5, Providence Academy 3.

Game 6 (consolation): Hudson, Wis. 7, Sartell 1.

Game 7 (Semi-final #1): Rogers 3, Cretin-Derham Hall 1.

 

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