Mahtomedi 1, Irondale 0, OT. Zephyr goaltender Lauren Hamme recorded her third consecutive shutout, making 12 saves in a game that went over six minutes into overtime. Emma Dornseif was the overtime hero, netting an unassisted goal in the extra frame. Zoe Stegora-Peterson of the Knights made 37 saves.
Shakopee 2, Prior Lake 1. Paige McNeil scored a late third period goal on the power play, giving the Sabers a one-goal lead with 58 seconds left in the game. Jackie Falk scored her team-leading 16th goal of the season in the first period. Camryn Noess made 25 saves for the Sabers. Hannah Shultz stopped 29 shots for the Lakers as Leah Pavlish scored the lone Lakers goal.
Chisago Lakes 4, Simley 3. Seventh grader Malia Mckinnon more than doubled her season goal total, scoring all four Wildcat goals to bring her season total to seven. Jenna Lawry tallied assists on three of Mckinnon’s goals and Danielle Burgen added two assists. Megan Lerfald made 31 saves for the Wildcats. Hailey Ries stopped 9 shots for the Spartans. Maddie Wicke scored two goals for the Spartans, the first to open the scoring with less than three minutes to go in the first period and her second to momentarily tie the game late in the second.
Burnsville 4, Eastview 2. Seven different players found their way onto the score sheet for the Blaze, with all four goals scored by different skaters. Aubrey Nelvin opened the scoring with a power play goal early in the second period. Avery Sawchuk doubled the Blaze lead just over one minute later, with Jenna Hartung adding a second Blaze power play goal later in the period. Hannah Benfer netted the final goal with less than one minute to go in the third and Riley Pester made 25 saves to earn the win. Amelia Julian stopped 19 shots for the Lightning with Natalie Bordson and Brynn Swenson scoring the Lightning goals.
Farmington 4, Eagan 1. After giving up a goal to Eagan’s Emily Cronkhite just over one minute into the game, Tigers goaltender Emily Auge was perfect for the next nearly 50 minutes, making 38 saves and posting a .974 save percentage. Jenna Gerold and Eleanor Moser each scored twice for the Tigers with Moser adding one assist. Maddie Nickell made 35 saves in net for the Wildcats.