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Two Rivers upends Cardinal boys' hockey 6-0

Matt Lais for the Star Herald

The Luverne boys’ hockey team traveled to St. Paul on Dec. 22 to take on the Two Rivers Warriors in the West St. Paul Arena.
The Cardinals couldn’t get much offense going from the opening puck drop.
The visiting Cardinals were outshot 19-5 in the first period, but Luverne goalie Tyler Arends kept the score at 0-0 after the first.
The hometown Warriors got on the scoreboard 1:23 into the second period to take a 1-0 lead, but that’s all the scoring that happened in the second period.
Arends made 11 saves, but the Cardinals were only able to get four shots on Two Rivers goalie Brady Altier in the second.
The final period saw the Warriors put up five goals on Luverne with the Cardinals having nothing in their arsenal to mount a comeback.
Total shots on goal for the game were 52-14 in favor of the Warriors.
Arends ended with a solid 46 saves in the contest.
The Cardinal boys were scheduled to go on the road Dec. 28-30 for their holiday tournament in Rochester.

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