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Hines earns first shutout as Lakers blank Panthers

Jack Hines earned a shutout in his first varsity start as Detroit Lakes limited the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team to only 14 shots on goal in a 10-0 Mid-State Conference win Tuesday night (Dec. 11) at Kent Fr...

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Detroit Lakes goalie Jack Hines made one of his 14 saves as the Panthers' Cody Sagen (6) was denied a goal during Tuesday night's game. Robert Williams / Forum News Service

Jack Hines earned a shutout in his first varsity start as Detroit Lakes limited the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley boys hockey team to only 14 shots on goal in a 10-0 Mid-State Conference win Tuesday night (Dec. 11) at Kent Freeman Arena.

Seven different players scored goals and 10 players registered assists as the Lakers improved to 3-0 in conference games and 5-0 overall. Detroit Lakes has outscored its opponents 27-5 this season.

Detroit Lakes set the tone by scoring five goals in the first period. Roland Cormier scored 30 seconds into the game before Braeden Wimmer scored at the 3:27 mark. Jackson Fields' power-play goal at the 7:18 mark, Jackson Carlblom's power-play goal at the 8:35 mark and Cormier's shorthanded goal at the 13:07 mark put the Lakers in control.

Nick Lund opened the second period with goals 37 seconds in and at the 3:48 mark before Will Stowman's power-play goal with 41 seconds remaining extended the lead to 8-0.

Goals by Stowman and Drew Schwan in the first 3:05 of the third period concluded the scoring.

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Park Rapids goalie Brendan Kruchowski made 31 saves as the Lakers held a 41-14 advantage in shots. The loss dropped the Panthers to 0-2 in the conference and 0-5 overall.

Park Rapids 0 0 0...0

Detroit Lakes 5 3 2...10

FIRST PERIOD: 1, Detroit Lakes, Cormier (Fields, Seebold), :30. 2, Detroit Lakes, Wimmer (Carlblom, Roe), 3:27. 3, Detroit Lakes, Fields (Cormier, Green), 7:18. 4, Detroit Lakes, Carlblom (Stowman, Benson), 8:35. 5, Detroit Lakes, Cormier, 13:07. Penalties: Park Rapids 2, Detroit Lakes 1.

SECOND PERIOD: 6, Detroit Lakes, Lund, :37. 7, Detroit Lakes, Lund (Seebold, Fields), 3:48. 8, Detroit Lakes, Stowman (Benson, Bren), 16:19. Penalties: Park Rapids 3, Detroit Lakes 1.

THIRD PERIOD: 9, Detroit Lakes, Stowman (Benson, Bren), 2:18. 10, Detroit Lakes, Schwan (Carlblom, Green), 3:05. Penalties: Park Rapids 2, Detroit Lakes 0.

GOALIE SAVES: Park Rapids (Kruchowski) 7-16-8--31. Detroit Lakes (Hines) 7-5-2--14.

Related Topics: HOCKEY
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