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Answers to questions found in Minnesota Hockey Magazine’s March issue.

Answers to questions found in Minnesota Hockey Magazine's March issue.

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St. Thomas Academy

In the 2011 Class A title game, what St. Thomas Academy forward was clutch in bringing the Cadets back from a 3-0 deficit and an eventual 5-4 overtime triumph with a shorthanded goal to make it 3-1 and the tying marker in the third period?

Jordan Schroeder, who had two goals and three assists as STA finished fourth.  Schroeder had a goal in the 2006 Class final to help St. Thomas to a 4-3 win over Duluth Marshall to earn all-tourney again. 

Jim Hoey was born and raised in the tiny Iron Range community of Taconite and graduated from Greenway High School. After playing for the Raiders in three state tournaments, he then matriculated to St. Mary's University in Winona, where he captained the team in his senior season. Hoey spent 34 years as a secondary social studies teacher and was head hockey coach at both Shakopee and Farmington High Schools. For 10 years, he covered high school sports writing for the Farmington Independent and the Rosemount Town Pages. After writing his first book on the Minnesota Twins, Hoey published "Puck Heaven", a trivia book on the state boys high school hockey tournament in 2011.

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