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notTONIGHT
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Post by notTONIGHT » Sat Nov 28, 2015 7:23 pm

Great win for SPA. Very close game. Shots almost even. SPA goalie stood tall at the end. Five minute powerplay proved to be too much to overcome. Left the game impressed by both teams. SPA is FAST!

That might be a matchup we see at the X!

5-4 SPA in the end.

pats12
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Post by pats12 » Sat Nov 28, 2015 7:26 pm

MrGoalieBoy wrote:Huge matchup for Luverne tonight against SPA at home. Not sure how they will fair against them, will need good goalie play. Would love to hear some updates notTONIGHT!
SPA 5-4, shots 34-32 Luv. Clowns put on good side show though.

Teak
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Post by Teak » Sat Nov 28, 2015 8:30 pm

Kudos to St. Paul Academy for making the long drive down to Luverne for the matchup. Luverne has been taking long trips themselves to get better competition and it will pay dividends come Section play.

Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist. Wow. The Luverne sophs are loaded: Nelson, Beers, Kruse, and Harder expected to put up big numbers again this season. Even if Nelson leaves early, Luverne will be competitive for several years to come, at least.

Corn Cobb
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Post by Corn Cobb » Sun Nov 29, 2015 8:41 am

Teak wrote:Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist..
That's the Garretson, SD lad, right? Good pickup.

pats12
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Post by pats12 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 1:44 pm

It's very encouraging the way Luverne finished the game last night. They controlled play in the 3rd period with multiple quality scoring chances. Their conditioning level is vastly improved from last year. They wore down SPA with their size and physical play, which I didn't expect considering they had played less than 24 hours before.

Windmill31
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Post by Windmill31 » Sun Nov 29, 2015 4:47 pm

pats12 wrote:
MrGoalieBoy wrote:Huge matchup for Luverne tonight against SPA at home. Not sure how they will fair against them, will need good goalie play. Would love to hear some updates notTONIGHT!
SPA 5-4, shots 34-32 Luv. Clowns put on good side show though.
shots 34-32 SPA****

Whiner33
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Post by Whiner33 » Mon Nov 30, 2015 9:38 am

Windmill31 wrote:
pats12 wrote:
MrGoalieBoy wrote:Huge matchup for Luverne tonight against SPA at home. Not sure how they will fair against them, will need good goalie play. Would love to hear some updates notTONIGHT!
SPA 5-4, shots 34-32 Luv. Clowns put on good side show though.
shots 34-32 SPA****
Windmill where was little McCabe? He playing in the Dub?

InigoMontoya
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Post by InigoMontoya » Mon Nov 30, 2015 9:51 am

Teak wrote:Kudos to St. Paul Academy for making the long drive down to Luverne for the matchup. Luverne has been taking long trips themselves to get better competition and it will pay dividends come Section play.

Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist. Wow. The Luverne sophs are loaded: Nelson, Beers, Kruse, and Harder expected to put up big numbers again this season. Even if Nelson leaves early, Luverne will be competitive for several years to come, at least.
Interesting that Beers played peewees as an 8th grader, while Nelson was on the varsity.

fastncrash
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Post by fastncrash » Mon Nov 30, 2015 10:18 am

InigoMontoya wrote:
Teak wrote:Kudos to St. Paul Academy for making the long drive down to Luverne for the matchup. Luverne has been taking long trips themselves to get better competition and it will pay dividends come Section play.

Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist. Wow. The Luverne sophs are loaded: Nelson, Beers, Kruse, and Harder expected to put up big numbers again this season. Even if Nelson leaves early, Luverne will be competitive for several years to come, at least.
Interesting that Beers played peewees as an 8th grader, while Nelson was on the varsity.
I'm assuming your excellency means Bantams? But whichever... In a small town you do what you have to do to make the best teams possible with the amount of players you have to work with...

And, to answer the "Nice pickup" comment... Beers has played in Luverne his entire life.

Whiner33
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Post by Whiner33 » Mon Nov 30, 2015 10:39 am

Corn Cobb wrote:
Teak wrote:Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist..
That's the Garretson, SD lad, right? Good pickup.
Hope you're sleeping ok trout? Heard the d zone break downs have already made it to St. Cloud??

InigoMontoya
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Post by InigoMontoya » Mon Nov 30, 2015 2:45 pm

fastncrash wrote:
InigoMontoya wrote:
Teak wrote:Kudos to St. Paul Academy for making the long drive down to Luverne for the matchup. Luverne has been taking long trips themselves to get better competition and it will pay dividends come Section play.

Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist. Wow. The Luverne sophs are loaded: Nelson, Beers, Kruse, and Harder expected to put up big numbers again this season. Even if Nelson leaves early, Luverne will be competitive for several years to come, at least.
Interesting that Beers played peewees as an 8th grader, while Nelson was on the varsity.
I'm assuming your excellency means Bantams? But whichever... In a small town you do what you have to do to make the best teams possible with the amount of players you have to work with...

And, to answer the "Nice pickup" comment... Beers has played in Luverne his entire life.
Actually, no, I meant peewees. If he is a sophomore this year, I assume he was an 8th grader two years ago when I saw him playing peewees. Though it is SD, he may have skipped a grade once he mastered his times and gazintas.

pats12
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Post by pats12 » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:54 pm

InigoMontoya wrote:
fastncrash wrote:
InigoMontoya wrote:
Teak wrote:Kudos to St. Paul Academy for making the long drive down to Luverne for the matchup. Luverne has been taking long trips themselves to get better competition and it will pay dividends come Section play.

Was looking at the Le Sueur et. al score line from last night and saw that soph Declan Beers had 4 goals and 1 assist. Wow. The Luverne sophs are loaded: Nelson, Beers, Kruse, and Harder expected to put up big numbers again this season. Even if Nelson leaves early, Luverne will be competitive for several years to come, at least.
Interesting that Beers played peewees as an 8th grader, while Nelson was on the varsity.

I'm assuming your excellency means Bantams? But whichever... In a small town you do what you have to do to make the best teams possible with the amount of players you have to work with...

And, to answer the "Nice pickup" comment... Beers has played in Luverne his entire life.
Actually, no, I meant peewees. If he is a sophomore this year, I assume he was an 8th grader two years ago when I saw him playing peewees. Though it is SD, he may have skipped a grade once he mastered his times and gazintas.
Beers did play peewees 2 years ago and 1 year of bantam last year. Probably should have been on varsity last year. Nelson and Beers are both young sophomores, Beers is extremely young.

InYourFace09
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Post by InYourFace09 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 11:35 am

Can Marshall keep this one out of running time?

CherryPicker99
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Post by CherryPicker99 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 12:08 pm

InYourFace09 wrote:Can Marshall keep this one out of running time?
I'm not convinced this will be a run timer. Luverne is explosive offensively but need to figure out to play better defense. Also, out of the two games I've watched this year, Luverne takes some stupid penalties. If they come out and goon it up I can see this game being a 6-2 type of game.

hawkenjonny
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Post by hawkenjonny » Tue Dec 01, 2015 1:02 pm

CherryPicker99 wrote:
InYourFace09 wrote:Can Marshall keep this one out of running time?
I'm not convinced this will be a run timer. Luverne is explosive offensively but need to figure out to play better defense. Also, out of the two games I've watched this year, Luverne takes some stupid penalties. If they come out and goon it up I can see this game being a 6-2 type of game.
A friend from up here listened to the end of the SPA game Saturday and said the same about that game. The two games I saw last year showed a lack of team defensive discipline on the front end and some dangerous decision making (imo) as to when to jump into the offensive play on the part of a couple of cardinal defensemen often giving up scoring chances to better teams. Pretty good squad it seems but with some bad habits/discipline issues? I could be wrong. Still shouldn't be close at all.

CherryPicker99
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Post by CherryPicker99 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 2:16 pm

hawkenjonny wrote:
CherryPicker99 wrote:
InYourFace09 wrote:Can Marshall keep this one out of running time?
I'm not convinced this will be a run timer. Luverne is explosive offensively but need to figure out to play better defense. Also, out of the two games I've watched this year, Luverne takes some stupid penalties. If they come out and goon it up I can see this game being a 6-2 type of game.
A friend from up here listened to the end of the SPA game Saturday and said the same about that game. The two games I saw last year showed a lack of team defensive discipline on the front end and some dangerous decision making (imo) as to when to jump into the offensive play on the part of a couple of cardinal defensemen often giving up scoring chances to better teams. Pretty good squad it seems but with some bad habits/discipline issues? I could be wrong. Still shouldn't be close at all.
Any one interested in the Luverne vs Marshall game can listen to the game tonight on KQAD. The link is below or you can also find them on tunein radio I think.

http://www.k101fm.net/ (use kqad not k101)

Teak
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Post by Teak » Tue Dec 01, 2015 7:58 pm

Luverne 4-1 Marshall, end of the 1st period.

Shots, Luverne 29-6 Marshall

InYourFace09
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Post by InYourFace09 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 8:08 pm

Teak wrote:Luverne 4-1 Marshall, end of the 1st period.

Shots, Luverne 29-6 Marshall
actually 29?

notTONIGHT
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Post by notTONIGHT » Tue Dec 01, 2015 8:15 pm

InYourFace09 wrote:
Teak wrote:Luverne 4-1 Marshall, end of the 1st period.

Shots, Luverne 29-6 Marshall
actually 29?
Its even more now.....

InYourFace09
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Post by InYourFace09 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 8:22 pm

notTONIGHT wrote:
InYourFace09 wrote:
Teak wrote:Luverne 4-1 Marshall, end of the 1st period.

Shots, Luverne 29-6 Marshall
actually 29?
Its even more now.....
I am listening in now... only hear a couple names being mentioned. Anyone else playing in this 7-1 game?

notTONIGHT
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Post by notTONIGHT » Tue Dec 01, 2015 8:42 pm

InYourFace09 wrote:
notTONIGHT wrote:
InYourFace09 wrote:
Teak wrote:Luverne 4-1 Marshall, end of the 1st period.

Shots, Luverne 29-6 Marshall
actually 29?
Its even more now.....
I am listening in now... only hear a couple names being mentioned. Anyone else playing in this 7-1 game?
I thought i'd hear players from 2 teams also.

MrBoDangles
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Post by MrBoDangles » Tue Dec 01, 2015 8:48 pm

Love seeing that hockey is growing down in Iowa.

Corn Cobb
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Post by Corn Cobb » Tue Dec 01, 2015 9:26 pm

MrBoDangles wrote:Love seeing that hockey is growing down in Iowa.
......and South Dakota.

Teak
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Post by Teak » Tue Dec 01, 2015 9:35 pm

CherryPicker99 wrote: Any one interested in the Luverne vs Marshall game can listen to the game tonight on KQAD. The link is below or you can also find them on tunein radio I think.

http://www.k101fm.net/ (use kqad not k101)
Thanks for the link. I did listen to part of the first period but then had to log off for a class that I am taking. I suspect they went to running time on this one by the third period.

CherryPicker99
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Post by CherryPicker99 » Tue Dec 01, 2015 9:43 pm

Teak wrote:
CherryPicker99 wrote: Any one interested in the Luverne vs Marshall game can listen to the game tonight on KQAD. The link is below or you can also find them on tunein radio I think.

http://www.k101fm.net/ (use kqad not k101)
Thanks for the link. I did listen to part of the first period but then had to log off for a class that I am taking. I suspect they went to running time on this one by the third period.
You're welcome. You should be able to use this link again Friday when Mark Parrish and Matt Cooke bring the Orono team to town.

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