Tonka Falls in Clash of State's Only Unbeaten Boys Hockey Teams

January 06, 2018 08:04 PM

#1-ranked Minnetonka and #4 Duluth East entered Saturday as the only unbeaten teams left in the 2017-18 Minnesota prep hockey season.  Thanks to a pair of goals from star senior Garret Worth in a 4-2 win, Duluth East is the last unbeaten standing.

Click the video box for highlights of Duluth East at Minnetonka in boys hockey on Saturday, January 6th


Skating on home ice, Minnetonka (11-1-2) jumped out to an early lead. Bobby Brink feathered a pass to defenseman Andrew Hicks, who opened the scoring just 1:24 into the game.

Worth's first of the game had the score tied 1-1 through one period.  An Austin Jouppi goal and Worth's second had the Greyhounds (8-0-3) up 3-1 through two periods.

Luke Loheit's power play goal pulled Minnetonka within  3-2 7:19 into the third, but East's Nick Lanigan closed it out for the 'Hounds with about four minutes left in regulation.

East goalie Lukan Hanson made 19 saves in the win.  Tonka's Charlie Glockner had 23 saves.


Chris Long

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