Boys' Hockey: Red Wing falls to New Prague, Century
The Red Wing boys’ hockey team lost 6-3 to Rochester Century on Thursday.
The Wingers outshot Century 39-23 and successfully killed off all seven of Century’s power plays, but couldn’t translate it into a win.
Lane Bjorngaard netted a first-period goal for the Wingers to cut the deficit to 2-1. Red Wing got within one goal from tying the game again in the second period on Cam Blue’s goal 12 minutes, 36 seconds into the frame. Down 4-3 after Blue’s goal, Century netted a short-handed and an even-strength goal to extend its lead and ice the game.
The Wingers fell to 1-4 overall and 1-1 in the Big Nine. Red Wing next plays Henry Sibley at home on Tuesday.
Despite scoring the game's first goal, the Red Wing boys hockey team fell 4-1 to New Prague on Tuesday.
Gavin Lampe scored unassisted 3 minutes, 13 seconds into the first period, but New Prague's Jack Kreutzian tied the game with a power-play goal at 11:05.
New Prague found the back of the net three times in a span of 5:09 in the second period to give the Trojans a 4-1 lead.
Dixon Ehlers got the start in net for the Wingers and made 27 saves.