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Quick start propels Lakers by Panthers

Detroit Lakes scored three goals in the first period to spark a 4-0 Mid-State Conference victory over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team Tuesday night (Nov. 27) at the Kent Freeman Arena.

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Park Rapids goalie Kylee Pachel made one of her 58 saves during Tuesday night's game at Detroit Lakes. Robert Williams / Forum News Service

Detroit Lakes scored three goals in the first period to spark a 4-0 Mid-State Conference victory over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team Tuesday night (Nov. 27) at the Kent Freeman Arena.

Emma Coley opened the scoring with a power-play goal before Payton Carlblom followed with a pair of goals to give the Lakers a 3-0 lead. Detroit Lakes held a 27-1 advantage in shots on goal in the opening period.

The Panthers matched Detroit Lakes' 15 shots on goal during a scoreless second period. Park Rapids couldn't capitalize on three power-play opportunities in that period.

Detroit Lakes sealed the win on Josey Allen's power-play goal as the Lakers held a 20-3 advantage in shots in the third period.

Park Rapids goalie Kylee Pachel stopped 58 of the 62 shots she faced as the Panthers fell to 0-2 in conference games and 0-6 overall. Detroit Lakes improved to 1-1 in the conference and 1-4 overall.

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Park Rapids 0 0 0...0

Detroit Lakes 3 0 1...4

FIRST PERIOD: 1, Detroit Lakes, Coley (King). 2, Detroit Lakes, Carlblom (King). 3, Detroit Lakes, Carlblom. Penalties: Park Rapids 1, Detroit Lakes 1.

SECOND PERIOD: No scoring. Penalties: Park Rapids 2, Detroit Lakes 4.

THIRD PERIOD: 4, Detroit Lakes, Allen. Penalties: Park Rapids 3, Detroit Lakes 0.

GOALIE SAVES: Park Rapids (K. Pachel) 24-15-19--58. Detroit Lakes (McDougall) 1-15-3--18.

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Kiana Landt looked to pass the puck during Tuesday night's game against Detroit Lakes. Robert Williams / Forum News Service

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