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Park Rapids defenseman Jared Naeve (right) carried a puck around a Thief River Falls player during Tuesday night's game. (Vance Carlson / Enterprise)

Gothberg makes 32 saves as Prowlers top Panthers

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One of the strengths of the Park Rapids-Menahga boys hockey team this season has been the ability to score on the power play.

The Panthers, who have scored 27 goals on 81 power-play opportunities, didn't produce with a man advantage Tuesday night.


Thief River Falls, which is rated No. 7 in the latest state Class A poll, allowed only one power-play goal in six situations to spark a 5-1 win over the Panthers at the Ted O. Johnson Ice Arena.

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