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YHH Staff Rankings (GIRLS): November 27

Youth Hockey Hub staff rankings for girls hockey: Class AA, Class A, 15A Girls, 15B Girls, 12A Girls, 12B Girls.

Siena Carver, No. 6-2A Benilde-St. Margaret's. (Photo courtesy of Youth Hockey Hub)

Youth Hockey Hub staff rankings: 

Class AA
(Rank-Team-Section)

1. Minnetonka 2AA
2. Edina 6AA
3. Andover 7AA
4. Hill-Murray 4AA
5. Maple Grove 5AA
6. Benilde-St. Margaret’s 6AA
7. Moorhead 8AA
8. Stillwater 4AA
9. Northfield 1AA
10. Champlin Park/Coon Rapids 5AA

Class A
(Rank-Team-Section)

1. Holy Angels 4A
2. Warroad 8A
3. Orono 5A
4. Proctor/Hermantown 7A
5. Simley 1A
6. Duluth Marshall 7A
7. Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian 5A
8. Dodge County 1A
9. South St. Paul 4A
10. River Lakes 2A

Since 15 of the 20 teams featured in this week’s Staff Rankings did not play since new rankings were revealed on the last episode of the Her Ice Podcast, this week’s rankings feature capsules on each ranked team that played since last Wednesday.

No. 5-2A Maple Grove 6, Rogers 1

The Crimson allowed its first goal of the season last week but bandaged the wound with six goals of its own in a 6-1 win over Northwest Suburban Conference and Section 5AA foe Rogers.

Impressively, the Crimson saw five players mark the scoresheet in the win. Cate Fischer scored twice, while Hadley Bakker, Lauren Lubow, Bella Shipley, and Claire Daniels tallied one goal each.

Syndey Bailey scored the lone goal for Rogers in the loss, and Claire Kinneborg stopped 36 shots.

No. 3-1A Orono 2, No. 4-1A Proctor/Hermantown 1
No. 3-1A Orono 4, Cloquet/Esko/Carlton 1

The Spartans took a tour of northeastern Minnesota over the last week, picking up wins over No. 4-1A Proctor/Hermantown and Cloquet/Esko/Carlton.

Maddy Kimbrel and Alexa Niccum scored for Orono in the win over the Mirage, with Vivienne Anderson continuing her standout high school start with 29 saves on 30 shots.

Against the Lumberjacks, Kali Schmidt played the hero, scoring twice for the Spartans in a 4-1 win. Zoe Lopez and Dylan Collins each scored once for the Spartans, with Brayley Merrier the goal-scorer for the C/E/C.

No. 7-1A Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian 10, Luverne 0

MWSWC took full advantage of a traveling Luverne squad on Saturday, scoring five times in the first period and four more times in the third for a 10-0 win over the Cardinals.

Giselle Harder led the way with two goals and five points for the Whitehawks, followed by Camryn Hargreaves, Greer Hardacre, and Elizabeth Callahan, who registered four points apiece.

No. 8-1A Dodge County 4, Shakopee 0

A three-goal second period powered Dodge County to a 4-0 win over Shakopee. Zoe Heimer scored the game’s first two goals for the Wildcats, and Mollie Koch scored the second pair late in the second period.

Surprisingly, neither team could connect on a power play, as the Wildcats and Sabres combined to go 0-9 with the player advantage.

15A Girls
(Rank-Team-District-Last Week)

1. Alexandria 15 WWW
2. Minnetonka (Black) 6 TWWW
3. Edina Green 6 WTWWL
4. Rochester 9 DNP
5. Woodbury Black 8 WWWWL
6. Stillwater Red 2 LTWWW
7. Apple Valley/Burnsville/Eastview 8 TW
8. Eden Prairie 6 T
9. Duluth 11 DNP
10. Wayzata Blue 3 L

Tonka is off to a fast start – going undefeated against top competition right out of the gate. The Skippers won the Cake Eater Classic Sunday over Stillwater Red. Stillwater only has two losses on the season to the state’s biggest 15A juggernauts Edina and Tonka. Rochester is loaded this year and are undefeated.

Three wins by Alexandria keeps the Cardinals in the top spot for 15A’s, with Minnetonka Black as close as possible behind after winning the Cake Eater.

A mere two goals kept Woodbury from leapfrogging Rochester for the No. 4 spot. The Predators lost twice during the Cake Eater, falling to Stillwater Red and Edina Green by identical scores of 3-2. Prior to the losses against the Ponies and the Hornets, the Predators had posted three consecutive shutouts.

15B Girls
(Rank-Team-District-Last Week)

1. Wayzata (Gold) 3 DNP
2. Central MN Riverblades 5 WW
3. Grand Rapids-Greenway 12 WWWW
4. Osseo-Maple Grove (Black) 3 DNP
5. Alexandria 15 TL
6. Rosemount 8 W
7. Armstrong Cooper 3 WWTWTL
8. Hastings 8 L
9. Fairmont 4 DNP
10. Owatonna 9 WWW

Wayzata Gold is off to a fast start on the young season at 6-0-1. The second ranked Central MN Riverblades are also undefeated to start the year. Grand Rapids-Greenway is sitting pretty in the top 3 of the rankings after winning the Bemidji tournament this weekend.

12A Girls
(Rank-Team-District-Last Week)

1. Minnetonka 6 WWWWW
2. Centennial/Spring Lake Park 10 WW
3. Chaska/Chanhassen 6 WW
4. Edina 6 WWWL
5. Grand Rapids-Greenway 12 WWT
6. Woodbury 8 WWWWL
7. Warroad 16 WWWT
8. Rosemount 8 W
9. East Grand Forks 16 WW
10. Lakeville 8 WL

Minnetonka took home top honors at this weekend’s Cake Eater in Edina, emerging as the only undefeated squad in a stacked field. Remarkably, every skater on the Skipper roster registered at least one point during the tournament.

Woodbury and Edina also had strong showings at the Cake Eater and will be top-10 fixtures all season, while Centennial/Spring Lake Park and Chaska/Chanhassen maintain the No. 3 and No. 4 slots.

12B Girls
(Rank-Team-District-Last Week)

1. Eagan (Blue) 8 W
2. Cannon River 9 WW
3. Minnetonka (Blue) 6 W
4. Woodbury (Gold) 8 WWWW
5. Woodbury (Royal) 8 WWL
6. Moorhead (Black) 15 WLWW
7. East Grand Forks 16 WWLWW
8. Bemidji 16 WWL
9. Elk River 10 WW
10. Northern Lakes 15 WWWLW

Eagan Blue gets the honor of being the top ranked team in U12B on week one. There was a notable game this past week and No. 4 Woodbury Gold defeated No.5 Woodbury Royal this past week. Northern Lakes is a team to watch out for, as they have had a very solid start.

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