princeton boys hockey
In their first meeting since last season’s Section 5A championship, Princeton and Chisago Lakes tied 2-2 in Mississippi 8 boys hockey action Saturday night. The Wildcats took a 1-0 lead midway through the first period, and the advantage stood until they scored early in the third. Then with goalie ...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton wrestling won four of their first five matches when the season kicked in last week. The Tigers opened the conference schedule at North Branch Dec. 2 with a 55-12 win in a rematch of last year’s Section 7AA Team opening round also won by Princeton. On Friday night, Lit...Read More
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It had been 11 years since Derrick Brown last stepped onto the ice with his team at the Minnesota state Hockey Tournament in St. Paul. But that changed on March 5. Brown, a defenseman on the Tigers 2001-02 and 2002-03 state tournament teams and captain of the 2003-04 Princeton boys hockey team, retu...Read More
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In the Feb. 27 battle for the Section 5A boys hockey title, Chisago Lakes held a late lead to get past Princeton 5-4. It was excellent hockey with big hits and emotional play as both teams left it all out on the ice, witnessed by a standing-room-only crowd at the Isanti Arena. “It was two [...]...Read More
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Blasting home four goals in the second period, No. 2 seed Princeton boys hockey defeated No. 3 Spring Lake Park 5-3 in the Section 5A semifinal game at home Feb. 23. Cam Paulson scored two of those goals, and goalie Max Mattson held tough for his 30th career win in the Tiger nets. The victory [...]...Read More
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Collin Buness scored five goals and the team defense shined to lead Princeton boys hockey to a huge 9-5 home win over Spring Lake Park Jan. 30. Buness notched the hat trick in the first period to match the Panthers’ output. He then scored 29 seconds into the second period, and Cam Paulson followed...Read More
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While generating only 16 shots on net, Princeton still came home with a 4-1 win at St. Francis on a frigid Saturday night, Jan. 25. The victory kept the Tigers ahead of the Saints in the Mississippi 8 standings. While St. Francis was on an early power play in the game, the Tigers’ Jake Green [...]...Read More
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