Wolfpack boys hockey team falls to Eagan; still searching for win No. 2
The Park boys hockey team is still looking for its second win of the season.
Last week, the Wolfpack traveled outside the Suburban East Conference and fell 3-1 to Eagan as the Lightning scored two goals in the game's first eight minutes and shut down Park's offense.
Park sophomore forward Kirby Quebodeaux scored the lone goal of the game for the Wolfpack (1-7; 0-4 SEC), ruining the shutout for Eagan senior goalie Trent Caspar with 15 seconds remaining in the game. Caspar made 10 saves in the game for Eagan (4-3-1; 3-3 Lake).
Quebodeaux, the lone sophomore on the varsity roster, currently leads the team in scoring, with five points, and goals scored with three.
Brandon Handwerk and Peter Rogers earned assists on the goal.
After the Bulletin went to print, Park traveled north for the Duluth Denfeld tournament, where it faced Mound-Westonka, Duluth Denfeld and Delano.
Next, the Wolfpack travel to Bloomington on Tuesday, Jan. 6 to take on Bloomington Kennedy, then play host to Woodbury on Thursday, Jan. 8 and Forest Lake on Saturday, Jan. 10.