Delano/Rockford 3, Hutchinson 2. Emily Olson scored twice off Anna Keranen assists to lead the Delano/Rockford offense before Chloe Kuechle scored the eventual game-winner with less than three minutes remaining in the third. Grace Glasrud stopped 24 shots in the win. Emma Barrick Benson made 29 saves for Hutchinson.
Farmington 3, Burnsville 2. Marissa Agerter recorded two first-period points (1 G, 1 A) and Eleanor Moser tallied her second point of the game on a goal with less than two minutes remaining in the third period — a goal that would stand as the game-winner. Kennedy Anderson helped cut the Blaze’s deficit to one goal twice in the game, on a power play assist early in the third period and later scoring a last-minute goal. The Tigers’ Abby Bollig and the Blaze’s Riley Pester each made 33 saves.
Rogers 3, Cambridge-Isanti/Mora/Pine City 2. Paetyn Levis scored all three goals for the Royals, all in the second period. Courtney Johnson assisted on two of Levis’ goals as Hailey Hartlage made 19 saves in the win. Jordan Millam stopped 13 shots while Madelyn Skelton and Alana Fix scored third-period goals for the Bluejackets.
Blaine 5, Spring Lake Park 1. Gabby Rosenthal recorded her fourth hat trick of the season, scoring the Bengals’ first three goals and assisting on the fourth. Ramsey Parent assisted on those four goals, while Abby Jones recorded three points (1 G, 2 A). Jaela O’Brien stopped 13 Panther shots, while the Panthers’ Sami Miller made 50 saves. Sydney Symynkywicz scored the lone Panther goal.
Edina 10, Hopkins/St. Louis Park 0. Loli Fidler and Emily Oden led the Hornets’ offensive charge, as Oden scored four goals and Fidler scored a third-period short-handed goal and added another goal and three assists. Elli Strittmater earned the shutout with 20 saves, as Emelia Johnson of Hopkins/St. Louis Park stopped 29 shots