Wayzata Boys Hockey Takes First Loss, Falling to Edina
The Wayzata boys hockey team is having an outstanding season, but the Trojans lost for the first time, falling 4-1 to Edina at Plymouth Ice Center.
The second-ranked Trojans dominated the first period, outshooting number three Edina 18-2. The game remained scoreless though as Joe Bertram stopped all 18 shots.
The Hornets came alive in the second period, scoring three goals in just over six minutes to take a 3-1 lead. Ryan Flaherty had the first two goals for the Hornets.
Jake Mattson deflected Hawke Huff’s shot from the point for a powerplay goal to get Wayzata on the board.
Bertram stopped 31 of 32 shots to lead Edina to the win.
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Wayzata dropped to 14-1-2 with the loss. They are headed north to play Roseau Thursday and then face Moorhead outdoors in Warroad Saturday as part of hockey day Minnesota.