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Girls hockey: Lakers stumble against Hastings, East Grand Forks

The Detroit Lakes girls hockey team is searching for its first win of the season after suffering losses against Hastings and East Grand Forks.

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Detroit Lakes' Brynn Erickson carries the puck in the second period of the Lakers' 13-0 loss against Hastings at the Kent Freeman Arena on Nov. 18, 2022.
Jared Rubado / Detroit Lakes Tribune
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DETROIT LAKES – The Detroit Lakes girls hockey team had another tough night on Friday.

The Lakers (0-4-0) fell to Hastings (3-0-0) 13-0 at the Kent Freeman Arena. The Raiders took advantage of nine Detroit Lakes penalties with four power-play goals.

Eight Hastings players had multi-point games. Kylie Gruden led the way with a goal and three assists. Madyn Hanson, Lauren Muhl, Karissa Thompson and Addie Seleksi each had a pair of goals.

Eighth-grader Talyn Anderson had a spoiled performance in goal. She stopped 47 of 59 shots in just her fourth varsity game.

The Lakers fell to East Grand Forks (2-2-0) on Thursday night behind a pair of Green Wave hat tricks. Blake Schultz and Kara Ellis each had three goals in a 10-0 win over Detroit Lakes. The two forwards combined for nine points on the night.

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Detroit Lakes' Talyn Anderson makes a save in the second period of the Lakers' 13-0 loss against Hastings at the Kent Freeman Arena on Nov. 18, 2022.
Jared Rubado / Detroit Lakes Tribune

Anderson had another heavy workload in net. She saw 53 shots and stopped 43 of them. She’s made 161 saves in four games on 206 shots.

The schedule gets a little lighter for the Lakers in the coming weeks. Detroit Lakes’ next five opponents are Breckenridge-Wahpeton, Prairie Centre, International Falls, Morris-Benson-Area and Rock Ridge. The Lakers were 4-3 against those five teams last season.

HHS 4 7 2 – 13

DL 0 0 0 – 0

SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- HHS- Karissa Thompson (Jade Schauer, Emily Thuet) PPG, 1:04; HHS- Thompson- (Schauer, Madyn Hasnon), 5:03; HHS- Ava Hoffman (Madelyn Schuster, Jorja, Riches), SHG, 6:56; HHS- Hanson (Schauer, Thompson) 10:41

SECOND PERIOD- HHS- Muhl (unassisted) 3:14; HHS- Hanson (unassisted) PPG, 3:33; HHS- Kylie Gruden (unassisted) 4:53; HHS- Schuster (Gruden, Thuet) 5:08; HHS- Kyra Erickson (Gruden) 10:48; HHS- Addie Seleski (Gruden, Makayla Berquist) PPG, 11:07; HHS- Seleski (unassisted) SHG, 14:39

THIRD PERIOD- Grace Gerlach (Schuster) 0:40; HHS- Muhl (Seleski) PPG, 7:50

PENALTIES- DL- 19 minutes on 9 infractions; HHS- 4 minutes on 2 infractions

GOALTENDING- DL- Talyn Anderson, L, 27 saves, 13 goals allowed; HHS- Alexis Steinke, W, 8 saves, 0 goals allowed

EGF 4 1 5 – 10

DL 0 0 0 – 0

SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- EGF- Kara Ellis (Blake Schultz) 3:46, EGF- Schultz (unassisted, 4:40; EGF- Schultz (Ellis) 11:13; EGF- Madilyn Jamieson (Laurel Kolstoe) 12:38

SECOND PERIOD- EFG- Laura Pesch (Madison Stocker) PPG, 6:50

THIRD PERIOD- EGF- Sophia Lukach (Claire Beck) 3:30; EGF- Ellis (Maggey Plante) 4:48; EGF- Pesch (Schultz, Jaelyn Brenden) 8:05; EGF- Ellis (unassisted) 12:35; EGF- Schultz (Stocker) 13:50

PENALTIES- DL- 4 minutes on 2 infractions; EGF- 6 minutes on 2 infractions

GOALTENDING- DL- Talyn Anderson, L, 43 saves, 10 goals allowed; EGF- Brittney Rasmussen, W, 11 saves, 0 goals allowed

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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