Packer boys hockey team topples St. Paul Highland ParkPublished 11:02pm Tuesday, December 11, 2012
ST. PAUL — It took a little while for the Austin boys hockey team to warm up, but once they did they handled St. Paul Highland Park (0-7 overall) 9-1 on the road Tuesday.
The Packers (2-2 overall) trailed 1-0 after the first period, but they bounced back to score three in the second and six in the third.
“We had a lot of scoring chances early on, but we missed the net a lot and we just couldn’t bury the puck,” Austin head coach Erik LaRock said. “In the third period we moved the puck around a lot more and we were moving our feet.”
Austin sophomore Adam Maxfield scored his first varsity goal as he had a pair of goals and sophomore Trevor Stevens, who had an assist, also scored his first career goal in the win.
Ethan Larson finished with one goal and three assists for Austin, Marcus Stoulil had two goals and an assist, Alec Bawek had a goal and an assist, Dan Larson had a goal, Tony Baudler had a goal and an assist, Cole Nicol had three assists, Nick Castellano had two assists, Connor Peterson had two assists, and Alec Pepper, Clark Munger and Pat Wagner each had one assist.
Rainer Londino-Green had 14 saves for Austin and the Packers had 44 shots in the win.