Boys hockey: Lakers extend winning streak against Lake of the Woods

The Detroit Lakes boys hockey team won their fourth straight game against Lake of the Woods on Friday night at Kent Freeman Arena.

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DETROIT LAKES – The Detroit Lakes boys hockey team put its three-game winning streak on the line against Lake of the Woods at Kent Freeman Arena on Friday night.

The Lakers defeated the Bears 6-2 to grab their fourth straight win and third consecutive win at home.

Detroit Lakes’ Tommy Suckert scored the game’s first goal at the 2:23 mark of the first period with an assist from Brock Bender. Lake of the Woods tied the game after Gregory Peters' goal. Carter Bellefeuille scored a power-play goal for Detroit Lakes to regain the lead at 2-1.

Detroit Lakes scored the only two goals of the second period. Suckert and Easton Kennedy both found the back of the net to give the Lakers a 4-1 lead heading into the third period.

The Bears scored their second and final goal to start the third period. Aiden Kennedy and Cooper Moore each buried in the third to clinch the win. Suckert and Easton Kennedy both finished with a game-high three points.


Josh Mack made 16 saves for the Lakers. The Detroit Lakes out-shot the Bears 53-18.

LOW 1 0 1- 2

DL 2 2 2- 6

SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- DL- Tommy Suckert (Brock Bender) 2:23; LOW- Gregory Peters (Zachary Thompson) 7:16; DL- Carter Bellefeuille (Jace Fields, Tommy Suckert), PPG, 9:55

SECOND PERIOD- DL- Tommy Suckert (Easton Kennedy) 2:24; DL- Easton Kennedy (Aiden Kennedy) 7:57

THIRD PERIOD- LOW- Alexander Beckel (Brant Baron, Randy Wood) 5:48; DL- Aiden Kennedy 7:27; Cooper Moore (Jacob Thomas, Easton Kennedy), PPG, 8:41

GOALTENDING- DL- Josh Mack, W, 16 saves, 2 goals allowed; LOW- Jayce Lueck, L, 47 saves, 6 goals allowed

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