Ranger boys’ hockey
Forest Lake boys head hockey coach Aaron Forsythe has stepped down from that post after being named the new activities director for Forest Lake Senior High School, effective July 1. Forsythe said, although the decision was difficult, he feels he made the best choice for the hockey program as well as...Read More
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It wasn’t the closing head coach Aaron Forsythe or his squad of 10 seniors wanted or expected. During the first round of Section 7AA play last Tuesday in Grand Rapids, the Forest Lake boys hockey team suffered a heartbreaker, falling 2-1 after two overtime periods. “We needed to play great, espe...Read More
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The Forest Lake boys hockey team suffered a heartbreaker at Grand Rapids, where it fell 2-1 following two overtime periods. The fifth-seeded Rangers and fourth-seeded Thunderhawks faced off in the first round of Section 7AA playoffs on Tuesday night. Both teams remained scoreless after the first per...Read More
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The Forest Lake boys hockey team finished its regular season with a flourish. In a big win at home last Tuesday, the Rangers beat Suburban East Conference champion White Bear Lake 3-2. Two days later, the Rangers closed conference play with a 7-2 victory over Hastings. Against the Bears, both teams ...Read More
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The Forest Lake boys hockey team kept fans on the edge of the their seats last week with two one-goal wins over Andover and Mounds View at home. During Thursday’s game against the Huskies, the Rangers led 2-0 at the end of the first period off goals by senior Ryan Herbert and senior Brett Gravelle...Read More
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There were finally no ties for the Forest Lake boys hockey team this week, as they hit the road last Thursday to beat East Ridge, 3-1, and then traveled to Cloquet-Esko-Carlton on Saturday. The Rangers won 7-3 after trailing 3-2 heading into the final period. Both teams remained scoreless through th...Read More
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