Girls hockey: Detroit Lakes plays in Blaine holiday tournament after 17 days without a game
Recap of Detroit Lakes girls hockey's holiday tournament showing in Blaine.
The Detroit lakes girls hockey team played two games in the Herb Brooks Holiday Classic down in Blaine last Tuesday and Wednesday in the silver division.
Playing for the first time in 17 days after postponing three games, the Lakers fell 9-1 to Waconia and 7-0 to the University School of Milwaukee.
Emma Coley scored the lone goal of the holiday tournament for Detroit Lakes. She’s up to 19 on the season now, which is tied for 18th in the state. Luverne’s Kamryn Van Batavia, a Minnesota State University-Mankato commit, leads the state with 49 goals in 15 games.
Emma Wahl started both games in goal for the Lakers. She made a combined 64 saves in the two contests.
DETROIT LAKES 0 1 0 - 1
WACONIA 3 3 3 - 9
SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- Waconia- Mia Kelley (Kendra Borland) 2:35; Waconia- Maya Lindstrom (Ella Schluck) 2:41; Waconia- Lindstrom (unassisted) 9:06; SECOND PERIOD- Detroit Lakes- Emma Coley (Adisyn Strand) 7:03; Waconia- Kelley (Sophia Braverman, Annika Mielke) 11:25; Waconia- Kendall miller (unassisted) 12:44; Waconia- Kelley (Braverman, Mielke) 15:36; THIRD PERIOD- Waconia- Mielke (unassisted) 0:57; Waconia- Lindstrom (unassisted) 3:36; Waconia- Isabella Wozniak (Avery Heyer); PENALTIES- Detroit Lakes- 2 minutes on 1 infraction; Waconia- no penalties; GOALTENDING- Detroit Lakes- Emma Wahl, L. 31 saves, 9 goals allowed; Waconia- Abigail Elvebak, W, 17 saves 1 goal allowed
DETROIT LAKES 0 0 0 - 0
USM 3 3 1 0 7
FIRST PERIOD- USM- Eileen Carey (Molly Guenther) 2:33; USM- Rachel Gauthier (Ena Hines) 3:00; USM- Justine Cieslak (Charlotte Fetherston, Guenther) 6:52; SECOND PERIOD- USM- Fetherson (unassisted) 4:57; USM- Carey (unassisted) power play, 7:33; USM- Guenther (Fetherson) 11:19; THIRD PERIOD- USM- Carey (Gauthier, Valimont) 1:28; PENALTIES- Detroit Lakes- 4 minutes on 2 infractions; USM- 4 minutes on 2 infractions; GOALTENDING- Detroit Lakes- Emma Wahl, L, 33 saves, 7 goals allowed; USM- Sammy Stommel, W, 20 saves, 0 goals allowed