The Muskie girls’ hockey team didn’t need angels on its side to beat a squadron of Saints—just some sharpshooters looking to make amends from an earlier off game.
Consider the messaged delivered—and understood.
Mason Meyer scored twice while Lucas DeBenedet had three points as the Fort Frances Lakers got back on track with a 6-2 victory over the Wisconsin Wilderness on Saturday night in Spooner.
A new day hopefully will mean a new result for the Muskie boys’ hockey team.
The black-and-gold fell 5-3 to the Neepawa Tigers in their opening game at the Victoria Inn hockey tournament in Brandon, Man. last night.
Goal scorers were not available by press time.
The Muskies took on the Sturgeon Heights Huskies today at 2 p.m. in their final preliminary-round game in Pool #3.
Wayne Strachan didn’t have to guess what went wrong after watching what likely was his team’s worst performance of the season.
A four-point night helped Alliance move into first place by itself after Week 11 in the Fort Frances Women’s Volleyball League last Thursday.
By The Balls managed only three points to sit one behind Alliance in second with 44.
Gillons’ Cougars also garnered three points to stay one behind By The Balls in third (43).
The four Muskie court teams will have to wait a little longer to start their NorWOSSA seasons.
Today’s scheduled match-ups between the Muskies and visiting Kenora Broncos were postponed due to unsafe road conditions from yesterday’s snowstorm.
A make-up date will be announced at a later date.
The Great White North got the better of the Red, White, and Blue.
Shilo Beck scored twice while Kate Parsons made 27 saves as the Muskie girls’ hockey team beat the International Falls Broncos 6-2 in exhibition action here Tuesday night.
“We thought it would be a lot closer,” admitted Beck.
Missing two of their top offensive weapons, the Fort Frances Midget ‘AA’ Canadians received a full-team effort to come out on top.
Ben Whitburn scored twice as the Canadians held off the Emo Cowboys 5-3 in the final of the seventh-annual Gus Lindberg Memorial tournament Sunday at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Angels can come in all forms.
Some of them even wear skates.
The Fort Frances Atom ‘AA’ Canadians got into the holiday spirit the past two weeks, raising $1,001 with their “KIDS 4 KIDS” Christmas rally fundraiser in support of the “Adopt an Angel” program through the local Family and Children’s Services.
The Soviet Red Army hockey team, in its heyday, had the KLM Line.
The Fort Frances Lakers are proud to present the DLM Line, which recently has been bombing opposing goalies with military-like precision.