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Edina High boys hockey fans can breathe a sigh of relief this afternoon. The leg injury that captain Dylan Malmquist suffered in a 6-4 first-round State Class AA Tournament win over Bemidji Thursday apparently will not keep him out of tomorrow’s 6 p.m. semifinal game tomorrow at Xcel Energy Center...Read More
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Edina High boys hockey coach Curt Giles doesn’t mind getting the early time slot in the first round of the State Class AA Tournament Thursday, March 5, at Xcel Energy Center. The Hornets (24-1-2) will play Bemidji (23-3-2) at 11 a.m. “If you win that first game, it’s going to be a great day,...Read More
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Lake Conference teams will be featured in the first and last games of the day when the State Class AA Boys Hockey Tournament opens Thursday, March 5, at Xcel Energy Center in downtown St. Paul. Second-seeded Edina (24-1-2) will play unseeded Bemidji (23-3-2) in the first game at 11 a.m. Also in the ...Read More
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In a basketball and football officiating career that has gone on for the past 40 years, brothers Mike and Jim Karnas have seen it all – on the court and on the field. When they worked the Hopkins-Minneapolis South game in the Section 6, Class 4A Basketball Tournament Feb. 28 at Eden Prairie Hi...Read More
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A coin flip at the Section 6, Class 4A seeding meeting placed Eden Prairie third in section girls basketball and Edina fourth. That means Edina opens tonight against fifth-seeded Armstrong Tuesday, March 3. The winner will go on to face No. 1 Hopkins (or No. 8 St. Louis Park) in the section semifina...Read More
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Edina High is used to playing Burnsville in the Section 2AA boys hockey championship game at Mariucci Arena. The Hornets have held sway over the Blaze in recent years, but usually the final game comes down to the final period, and sometimes down to the final shift. That was not the case Feb. 25, whe...Read More
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On paper, Edina and Armstrong went into a Section 6, Class 4A playoff basketball game with an equal chance to win. Edina was the fourth seed and Armstrong was fifth for the game at Edina Community Center. With a big second half, Armstrong walked away the winner, 81-52. “Armstrong played extremely ...Read More
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