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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.
Third period starts with Proctor-Hermantown, already leading Red Wing 2-0, stifling what was left of the Wingers' power play. 14 minutes left in their Class A girls hockey quarterfinal.
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