Boys hockey: Evergreens get iced by Eagles

D.C. Everest loses 7-1 after Northland Pines' late barrage

10:31 PM, Nov. 28, 2012
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Before the puck dropped, Michael "Show Me the Money" Moe was introduced as the D.C. Everest starting goalie Nov. 27.

Northland Pines then proceeded to show Moe a lot of rubber during the nonconference game. And when shots weren't coming his way, the puck was nearby as the Eagles kept constant pressure on.

Austin Ramesh had a hat trick and added a pair of assists, and Northland Pines scored six unanswered goals to deal the Evergreens a 7-1 nonconference setback in the season opener at Greenheck Field House. ...

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