East Ridge boys hockey: Raptors shutout by RosevilleThe Raptors have scored just four goals in their past three games and have lost each of the past three games.
By: Nick Gerhardt, Woodbury Bulletin
Since a 4-3 Suburban East Conference victory Dec. 13 against Hastings and a 5-5 overtime tie against Mounds View Dec. 15, East Ridge’s scoring has sunk.
The Raptors have scored just four goals in their past three games and have lost each of the past three games.
Roseville (7-5-2, 5-1-2 SEC) took the conference lead Tuesday with a 4-0 victory over East Ridge (5-7-1, 2-4-1 SEC) in Roseville.
Colton Brausen scored two goals for the Raiders, including a power-play goal during a 5-minute major penalty in the second period that gave Roseville a 2-0 lead.
Ryan Larson added a goal at 13:55 to make it 3-0 off an assist from Brausen in the second period.
Brausen notched his second goal with 31 seconds to play off an assist from Tom McCann and Riley McCann to ice the game.
The Raptors finished with 26 shots on goal and held the Raiders to 24 shots on goal.
East Ridge finished 0-for-6 on the power play.
Tyler Guck made 20 saves in the loss for the Raptors.
Stillwater extended its winning streak to four games with a 5-2 victory over East Ridge Saturday at Cottage Grove Ice Arena.
The Raptors will move on to face Woodbury Thursday at Cottage Grove Ice Arena.