Last week’s incident set off conversations and arguments on various social media websites and internet message boards about what actions are appropriate for high school athletes when dealing with disagreements with coaches.
A 3-1 victory road victory over Shakopee in last Thursday’s regular season finale at Shakopee Ice Arena moved the Farmington boys hockey team into a tie for fourth in the final Missota Conference standings and earned the Tigers the No. 4 seed in the Section 1AA tournament.
Coming off a memorable victory over Holy Angels, the Farmington boys hockey team saw some familiar problems resurface during a pair of closely-contested Missota Conference losses to Northfield and Chanhassen last week.
Farmington goaltender Austin Krause wanted to celebrate Senior Night his own way, and it's landed him a 10-day suspension.
Krause purposely scored a goal into his own net, then showed his middle finger in the direction of the coaching staff and gave a salute before leaving the ice in the third period of Tuesday's Senior Night hockey game at Schmitz-Maki Arena.
The Farmington boys hockey team continued its high-scoring ways and extended its winning streak to four games with four goals in the final seven minutes of a 6-4 come-from-behind road victory last Tuesday at Faribault.
Farmington has outshot its opponents in both of its Missota Conference contests so far this season.
But the advantage once again failed to yield a victory Friday night at Prairie Island Arena. Red Wing overcame a pair of one-goal deficits in the third period and forged a 3-3 tie.
The Farmington boys hockey team split a pair of 4-3 home contests late last week to close out its pre-conference schedule with a record of 4-4.
The Tigers won by that count last Thursday against Spring Lake Park, and then lost by the same score Saturday against Rochester Mayo Saturday at Schmitz-Maki Arena.
Owatonna’s opening goal seemed to wake up the Farmington boys hockey team last Thursday night.
After the Huskies broke a scoreless tie early in the second period, the Tigers piled up eight unanswered goals in an 8-1 rout of their Section 1AA rivals at Schmitz-Maki Arena.
It didn’t take the Farmington boys hockey team long to shake off its season-opening loss to Hastings.
The Tigers rebounded with a pair of road wins over section opponents last week in Rochester, first edging Rochester John Marshall 4-3 on Tuesday and then rolling to their first-ever victory over Rochester Century by a 6-0 count last Thursday at the Rochester Recreation Center.
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