The offense for the Red Wing girls hockey team draws a lot of attention and for good reason — the Wingers are scoring an average of 5.14 goals per game — but where they draw a lot of that offense from is the power play.
It might be hard to come away from a 6-2 victory disappointed but Red Wing girls hockey coach Scott Haley said he felt disappointed with the way the Wingers played through the first two periods Tuesday against Holy Angels at Prairie Island Arena in Red Wing.
The Red Wing girls hockey team got the kind of test it wanted at the Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper hockey tournament, but couldn’t come up with a tournament title Thursday in a 5-3 loss to Champlin Park in New Hope.
The Wingers served notice Tuesday that they're deeper than their season statistics let on. Reagan Haley and Emily Stegora each scored a goal as Red Wing topped Albert Lea 4-3 at Prairie Island Arena and advanced to the Section 1A finals.
The Wingers have struggled to score in recent games, netting two in an overtime win Saturday at Albert Lea and one at home Thursday against Northfield. In an effort to invigorate the offense, Red Wing coach Scott Haley mixed things up and received promising results.
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