The Mirage (17-12) nearly shut out the high-scoring Wingers (23-5) for only the third time this season before a late goal spoiled the shutout.Proctor-Hermantown advances to play Breck, a 9-2 winner over Marshall, at 11 a.m. Friday in the semifinals.Red Wing superstar Taylor Heise, a Ms. Hockey finalist who nearly scored more goals this season than the Mirage’s entire team, was held scoreless.“They backchecked like no one’s business,” Heise said.
Outlook: Unseeded Proctor-Hermantown will be playing in its fourth state tournament and third since 2014. Third-seeded Red Wing is playing in its seventh state tournament since 2009 but first since 2015, the last of five straight. The teams met Dec. 9 in Red Wing, with the Wingers scoring four power-play goals to win 5-2. Red Wing is ranked No. 3 in Class A while the Mirage are No. 8.
"At the beginning, we really didn't even know what was going on, how everything worked," Halverson said. "So then it was just icing on the cake when we got to go to state that year.
Heikes gets rewarded for her hard work with an empty-net goal at 15:11. Third-seeded Red Wing spoils the shutout, but Proctor-Hermantown comes away with an impressive 3-1 victory today in the Class A girls hockey quarterfinals at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Heikes hasn't scored, but I don't know if anyone has worked harder out there. This might be a product of depth, but the Mirage have really worked for this lead, grinding away and converting on their best scoring opportunities. Six minutes left, Proctor-Hermantown leads 2-0.
Proctor-Hermantown called for a penalty, but Mirage come right back with a shorthanded attempt by Dehli Heikes that draws a penalty on Red Winger superstar Taylor Heise, bringing out some 4-on-4 action.
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