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Park junior Braeden Cordts mixes it up in front of Stillwater's net in Park's 2-1 loss to the Ponies last week.

Park boys hockey: Wolfpack, Raiders total 16 goals

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Park found itself in another Suburban East Conference shootout Tuesday in a 10-6 loss to Roseville in Roseville.

The Wolfpack (2-15-1, 1-10-1 SEC) entered the game on the heels of an 8-5 loss to Hastings on Saturday where the two teams combined for nine goals in the third period.

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Chris Peterson scored three goals for Park while Jacob Garr, Dylan Radke and Brent Wallace added goals for Park.

The Wolfpack fell behind 3-1 after the first period even after Wallace gave Park a 1-0 lead. After Wallace's goal, Roseville went on to score the next six consecutive goals.

Peterson struck for two goals in the second period at 6:48 and 11:21 to make it 6-3. Roseville got a shorthanded goal from Colton Brausen to push the lead to 7-3.

Park scored three times in the third period to make it close. Peterson added his second power-play goal of the game at 1:18 while Garr scored at 4:01 on the power play and Radke scored a shorthanded goal at 14:54.

The Wolfpack went 3-for-6 on the power play, but also gave up two shorthanded goals.

Both teams had 37 shots on goal.

Following the loss to Roseville, Stillwater snuck by Park.

Sam Sagissor's goal with 34 seconds left in the second period was enough to lift Stillwater to a 2-1 victory Saturday over Park at the Cottage Grove Ice Arena.

Sagissor's goal capped off a two-goal period for the Ponies. Mitch Reinke scored a power-play goal at 11:07, which tied the game at 1-1.

Eric Stoffel put the Wolfpack up 1-0 in the first period at 9:06, but the lead didn't stick.

Stillwater outshot Park 34-33 for the game and 16-11 in the second period.

Kyle Strand made 32 saves on 34 shots for the Wolfpack.

Park will face Cretin-Derham Hall Thursday in St. Paul.

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