Hermantown boy’s hockey beat Moorhead in first ever meeting

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The Hermantown Hawks boy’s hockey team faced off and beat the Moorhead Spuds for the first time ever by the final of 3-2 on Friday.

The Spuds and Hawks are two of Minnesota’s most storied boy’s hockey franchises and had never been opponents up until Friday.

Moorhead opened the scoring in the first period before Dallas Vieau tied the game in the second period.

The game was tightly contested as the Hawks won 3-2, narrowly outshooting the Spuds 33-32 in the game.