The Bemidji High School girls hockey team spread the wealth on Friday night.
The Lumberjacks rolled to a 6-0 win over Detroit Lakes at the Bemidji Community Arena behind four different goal scorers.
BHS had plenty of chances through the first 15 minutes, but nothing surfaced in a score until Jemma Copiskey set up Gracie Fisher for a breakaway with a cross-ice pass from behind her defensive faceoff dot. Fisher made a move on the other end and guided in the puck for a 1-0 start.
Austyn Tobey swept in a puck that was dancing alone in the crease after Meray Eichstadt had a partial breakaway rush of her own for a 2-0 lead after the opening 17 minutes.
Olivia Johnson gave the Lumberjacks their third goal when she roofed a close-range shot just 1:29 into the second period and 19 seconds into a power play.
Lexi Leitner added another last-minute score at the 16:14 mark of the second when she cleaned up a rebound following point-blank chances for Echstadt and Tobey.
In the third period, Olivia Johnson scored from the slot off a centering pass from Eva Latuiri for a 5-0 game, and Fisher also netted her second goal when she went bar down on a wrister.
Nettie Kimble had a quiet night, turning away all eight Detroit Lakes shots she faced. BHS poured on 46 shots on goal, 40 of which were saved by Leah Honer.
Amid a busy night in the penalty box, Bemidji went 2-for-6 on the advantage and killed off all four advantages for Detroit Lakes (0-6).
DL hosts Fergus Falls (2-5) Tuesday, Dec. 3 and Prairie Centre (1-7) Thursday, Dec. 5. Both games start at 7 p.m.
Bemidji 6, Detroit Lakes 0
DL 0 0 0 -- 0
BHS 2 2 2 -- 6
First period -- 1, BHS, Fisher (Copiskey), 15:16; 2, BHS, Tobey (Eichstadt, Josefson), 16:32.
Second period -- 3, BHS, Johnson (unassisted), 1:29, PP; 4, BHS, Leitner (Tobey, Eichstadt), 16:14.
Third period -- 5, BHS, Johnson (Latuiri, Hasbargen) 8:18; 6, BHS, Fisher (Tobey), 12:13, PP.
Goalies (saves-shots) -- BHS, Kimble (12-12); DL, Honer (40-46).