Boys Hockey: Seeling, Lightning top Cambridge

Tyler Seeling scored in the 4-2 win

Detail from the 2021-22 Northern Lakes Lightning Boys hockey program guide.

CAMBRIDGE — Tyler Seeling scored a hat trick and the Northern Lakes Lighting used a first-period burst to defeat Cambridge-Isanti 4-2 in a non-conference game Saturday, Feb 5.

Darby Boelter got the Lightning on the board at 1:09 of the first period and Seeling followed that with two goals to take a 3-0 lead after the first period.

Seeling scored his third goal in the second period.

Christian Crutcher, Taylor Berg and Colton Craig recorded assists.

Northern Lakes goalie Nigel DeSanto recorded 24 saves.


Cambridge-Isanti 0 1 1 - 2

Northern Lakes 3 1 0 - 4

First period: NL-Darby Boelter (Christian Crucher) 1:09; NL-Tyler Seeling (Taylor Berg) 4:21; NL-Seeling (Colton Craig) 11:34

Second period: NL-Seeling 5:56; CI-Jake Brown (Finn Overby, Seth Terbell) 10:33

Third period: CI-Terbell (Nathan Hanson)

Shots on goal: NL 33, CI 26

Goalies: NL-Nigel DeSanto (24 saves); CI-Jaxon Sibell (29 saves)

Overall: NL 13-8. Next: Northern Lakes at Alexandria 7:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11.

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