Randolph doesn't remember his 500th career win, much less his first, but Fellman did. It was 1988, Randolph's first year with the Greyhounds. "We beat Hermantown at the DECC," Randolph said. "Craig didn't know the score, but it was a close game, and he said it was the opener. "Randolph remembers the names and faces of players and parents more than he does most games.
“It’s not the first time it’s happened,” Kozlowski said, “and I’m sure it won’t be the last.”When you play like Kozlowski, you play fearless.Kozlowski turned in an excellent all-around game in leading the Bulldogs to a 72-57 victory over Southwest Minnesota State in the Bulldogs’ NSIC home opener at Romano Gym.
It was.Next on the schedule was White Bear Lake, a squad with five NCAA Division I recruits, and the result was a 4-1 Bears victory. "The shutout streak lasted only about three minutes into that one," Hyduke said.Still, the effort was encouraging for the Lightning as they had just as many shots, 23, as the Bears. Despite graduating 11 seniors, GRG (5-2-1) isn't lacking in talent. "It was a good early measuring stick," Hyduke said. "We're not that far off, but we've still got work to do.
@WisPoint@duluthnews I think you could say that about any coach. Not everything can fit in one article, but one of the first things Randolph said was you've got to have players, and being the hockey factory that it is, Duluth produces a lot of good hockey players.
@Cole_StribPreps I was filling in on the high school boys hockey beat today, but I'm going with what I was told. We had 597 in our season preview. Perhaps something got lost in the minutiae over the years, but its his 100th win since they celebrated his 500th win.
Duluth East with a pair of goals in the first two minutes of the third period gives the Greyhounds an 8-2 lead over Andover. The only question left in this one was who decided to play Axel F over the loudspeakers?
Duluth East goes on the power play, and just four seconds later, Luke LaMaster puts the Greyhounds ahead 6-2 over Andover late in the second period. That's how it stays going into the second intermission in high school boys hockey at Heritage Center in Duluth.
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