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Moose Lake Area boys win two


Moose Lake Area Hockey

Moose Lake Area Rebel Teddy Ryan scores one of his hat trick goals February 6.

On February 3 the Moose Lake Area (MLA) Rebels boys were treated to coach bus comfort to travel to St. Paul Highland Park to take on the Scots.

It didn't take the Rebels long to score the first goal of the game. Sophomore Bryceton Butkiewicz hit the net assisted by seniors Teddy Ryan and Jesse Granfors at 3:27 in the first period. The Rebels added another goal at 7:59 by Ryan from Butkiewicz and junior Richie Parzy. A goal by the Scots late in the period at 16:11 ended the scoring for the first period 2-1 Rebels.

It was Butkiewicz first scoring short-handed unassisted at 9:19 and again even strength at 12:34 with assists from sophomore Wyatt Lampel and Ryan. Great goaltending by Rebels sophomore Logan McNulty kept the Scots scoreless for period two with a 4-1 score.

The first goal in period three came from the Scots at 3:20. Defenseman Lampel scored from the blue line at 12:31 assisted by Parzy and sophomore Nick Wegge. At 14:15 Butkiewicz ended the game the same way it started with a goal assisted by Ryan and Granfors. It was a nice 6-2 win for the Rebels.

Rebels battle Lions

In a Two Rivers Conference match-up, the Moose Lake Area Rebels varsity hockey hosted the conference leading the Legacy Christian Academy Lions at Riverside Arena on February 6. A nice crowd of fans gathered for the Friday night matchup.

It was a night for Rebels senior Ryan with a hat trick and goals from sophomores Lampel and Wegge.

Scoring started off with a goal from Legacy at 6:20 in the first period. Senior Ryan tied it up a minute later with an assist from sophomore Butkiewicz. The first period ended 1-1.

The Rebels were hot the second period outscoring the Lions 3-0. At 2:48 Ryan scored with assists from Butkiewicz and Lampel. In a power play it was Lampel's turn with help from senior Granfors and junior Parzy at 9:43. In another power play sophomore Wegge hit the net assisted by Parzy and junior Devin Murphy at 12:02. Despite four penalties on the Rebels and three on the Lions, the Rebels ended the second period 4-1.

Legacy came out strong in the third period with goals at 3:20 and 4:55 bringing the score to within one point at 4-3. Rebel Ryan scored his third goal unassisted at 15:12 giving the Rebels a two goal lead. The Lions pulled their goaltender and were able to score at 15:27. Rebels sophomore goaltender McNulty didn't let anything else past him as he ended the game with 46 saves out of 50 shots from the Lions.

The Rebels gain a win over the conference leading Lions after beating the Scots earlier in the week. Two more home games were scheduled for the Rebels, Tuesday, February 10 versus North Branch and Friday, February 13 against Ely. The Rebels then end their regular season with a makeup game on February 14 at Ely.


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