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The Minnesota Mullets are a Junior A hockey team based 25 minutes north of Minneapolis in beautiful Forest Lake, Minnesota. The Mullets operate out of the Forest Lake Sports Center located at 5530 206th St. N, Forest Lake, MN 55025.
The Minnesota Mullets have announced their final tryout date and location. The Twin Cities will serve as the location during the August 3-5 Main Tryout Camp. The rink will be announce in the weeks to come.
The Mullets finished their inaugural season with an impressive 26-15-3 record and advanced to the league semi-finals. The team looks to add the final pieces to their roster over the course of the Main Tryout Camp weekend.
The Minnesota Mullets Tryout Announcement
DATE: August 3-5, 2018
LOCATION: Twin Cities, Minnesota
TEAMS: Junior A, U18 and U16
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Each player is guaranteed to play in four games with a chance at a roster spot in an all-star game. The cost of the camp includes a professional coaching and training staff, equipment manager and your post game meals. Coach/Player exit interviews are available upon request.
TO REGISTER: Email Head Coach Chris Walby at ChrisWalbyHockey@gmail.com
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SEVEN IS HEAVEN
Mullets Rout of Muskies Propels Minnesota to Showdown with Moose
By: Dan Bradley
FOREST LAKE, MN -- While most teams get brooms out when they complete a sweep, the Mullets needed shovels and ice scrapers following Saturdaynight’s win over the Wisconsin Muskies. Following a dramatic 4-3 overtime victory on Friday night, the Mullies, much like the snow outside the rink, refused to let up, winning 7-1 and eliminating the Muskies from playoff contention.
Friday night saw the Muskies jump out to an early lead, with Mitch El-Wailli scoring on the power play to take a 1-0 first period lead. Dalton L’Allier answered in the second period to tie the game 1-1 heading into the third period. After goals from Richard Szabo and Owen Leberknight, the Mullets trailed 3-1 with eight minutes remaining in regulation before Tommy Strelow lit the lamp on the power play, and Joey Brophy scored with :34 remaining in regulation to force overtime. Tyler Kulas added the overtime winner, completing the comeback and giving the Mullets a 1-0 series lead.
Wisconsin struck first on Saturday as well, Richard Szabo notching his second goal of the weekend. Minnesota answered with seven unanswered goals (four in the second, three in the third). Andrue Trelstad, celebrating his 19th birthday, led the way for the Mullies with two goals and an assist. Dalton L’Allier also had a goal and three assists, with Dylan Hullaby, Tommy Strelow, Joey Fodstad and Tyler Kulas rounding out the scoring for the 7-1 victory.
Next up for the Mullets is another best-of-three series, this time with the division-winning Minnesota Moose. The Moose won all four regular season matchups between the two teams, outscoring the Mullies 19-6 in those games. Their last meeting was a 4-1 win for the Moose in Forest Lake on January 14.
Games will start at 7:10PM on Wednesday and Thursday. If a Game 3 is necessary, the time on Friday is still to be determined. All games will be played at Fogerty Ice Arena in Blaine.