Posted On: 02/4/21 6:02 PM

St. Paul Highland Park finally played its first game of the season on Wednesday, falling to Minneapolis 2-0.

Playing its fourth game of the season, Minneapolis controlled the puck early and often in improving to 3-1 for the season. The Scots picked up momentum with the puck in the third period, out-shooting Minneapolis 12-8 but couldn't put any pucks in the net. Minneapolis out-shot the Scots 37-26 for the game and excelled on the power play, going 2-3.

Minneapolis

  • #5 Zander Zola - Junior Center. Zola picked up a rebound near the net and put in the first goal of the game during a first period power play. He also assisted on the team's second power play goal of the game. 
  • #21 Jack Stock - Senior Forward. Stock punched in a goal with a backhand shot on a second period power play. He used good positioning around the net to receive and place the puck too quickly for the Scots goalie.
  • #19 Jack Hanson - Junior Forward. Hanson assisted on both power play goals. He gets involved everywhere on the ice.
  • #1 Cole Kloek - Sophomore Goalie. Kloek stopped everything against the Scots with

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