Wining streak extends to three as Detroit Lakes handles Morris Benson Area

Recap from Detroit Lakes boys hockey vs. MBA on Dec. 21. 2021.

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Beau Boehne reaches for a loose puck behind the net during Detroit Lakes' 5-4 overtime loss against East Grand Forks on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021 at Kent Freeman Arena. Boehne scored the game-tying a go-head goals midway through the third period before the Green Wave completed a late comeback. Jared Rubado / Detroit Lakes Tribune

Beau Boehne’s hat trick was enough for the Detroit Lakes boys hockey team to get its third straight win before Christmas.

The Lakers beat Morris Benson Area 7-3 at Kent Freeman Arena on Tuesday night behind Boehne’s three-gal night–two of them coming in a four-goal second period for Detroit Lakes.

After a 1-1 first period, Spencer Bergman scored to open the second before Boehne’s third goal of the game gave the Lakers a 4-2 lead. Jacob Thomas, Cole Larson and Jordan Fields added goals to help Detroit Lakes cruise past the Storm.

Spencer Bergman had four helpers for a five-point night. Fields had a goal and two assists for three points, while Thomas and Larson each had two points. Josh Mack made 26 saves between the piles for his fourth win of the season.

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SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- DL- Beau Boehne (Cole Larson, Jack Turner) 2:51; MBA- Brady DeHaan (Cole Blume, Hunter LeClair) 13:30; SECOND PERIOD- DL- Spencer Bergman (Boehne, Jacob Thomas) 4:40; DL- Boehne (Jordan Field, Bergman) 5:12; MBA- Trevor Buss (Blume, DeHaan) 8:04; DL- Boehne (Bergman, Fields) power play, 11:04; MBA- Kaleb Breuer (Buss, DeHann) 13:28; DL- Thomas, (Tommy Suckert, Bergman) 16:56; THIRD PERIOD- DL- Fields (Boehne, Bergman) 9:54; DL- Larson (Carter Bellefeuille) 16:11; PENALTIES- DL- 8 minutes on 4 infractions; MBA- 2 minutes on 1 infraction; GOALTENDING- DL- Josh Mack, W, 26 saves, 3 goals allowed; MBA- Christopher Danielson, L, 33 saves, 6 goals allowed

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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