Recent content from David La Vaque
A goal by White Bear Lake's Elaina "Squish" Hosfield got the daylong celebration started.
Three female Minnesota high school girls hockey coaches reached 200 wins, not the two "believed to be" the only ones.
It's not crowded. Tracy Cassano of Minnetonka is believed to be the only other high school girls hockey coach qualified.
It's not often the two teams ranked No. 1 in the Let's Play Hockey coaches poll decide bragging rights inside the boards. But that's what happened when Wayzata traveled to Warroad.
A brother and sister have followed their father's lead by working youth games, and a Twin Cities teacher offers a class in a try at growing a too-small pool of officials and umpires.
The suddenly streaking Lakeville South girls hockey team has won eight in a row — tops in Class 2A. So why are the Cougars only at No. 13 in the Let's Play Hockey coaches poll?
Five players from top-10 Class 2A programs are listed, but the highest regard is reserved for a 1A standout who just passed an NHL star as his school's all-time leading scorer.
The defending state champions traveled to Warroad to take on another small-school boys hockey power, and were beaten after 103 regular-season games without a loss vs. Class 1A competition.
This week's Let's Play Hockey rankings must be the reason coaches don't pay much attention to their teams' spots — motion sickness might set in. One team climbed nine spots, another dropped by five.
Little movement happened in Class 2A's top 10, but games Friday and Saturday might change that.