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Boys Hockey-

Regular Season 2019-20
2019-20 x Regular Season

BHS Boys Hockey Banquet Potluck

Monday, March 2nd @ BHS Commons
What to Bring:
Juniors-Salads or Side Dishes
Sophomores & Freshmen- Main Dish

Dinner @ 6pm
Awards/Recognition @~6:45pm

Important Dates:

1. BHS Boys Hockey Banquet. March 2nd, 6pm, BHS Commons.

2. MSHSL State Tournament, March 4-7th, XCEL.


Recent Boys Hockey- News

Bemidji High School graduate Jack Johnson was one of six Saint John’s hockey players to make the 20-man Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Conference Team, as announced Tuesday. Johnson and two of his SJU teammates were also named to the MIAC All-Rookie Team.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:

Bemidji High School graduate Ryan Pogue has committed to play NCAA Division III men’s hockey for Concordia College in Moorhead.

Pogue captained BHS as a senior in 2017-18 when he logged 22 points (10g-12a) in 24 games. For his high school career, Pogue recorded 42 points (20g-22a) in 72 games from 2015-18.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:

Goalie Tanner Rebischke and an upset-minded Bemidji High School boys hockey team nearly pulled off a shocker Tuesday night in the Section 8AA quarterfinals.

Behind the 46-save performance of their junior netminder, the No. 8 seeded Lumberjacks came within 3 minutes, 15 seconds of taking top-seeded Moorhead to overtime in its own building.

With time winding down in regulation, Carter Johnson tipped in the game-winning goal in an eventual 3-1 win for the Spuds (19-5-1), though BHS gave them a scare and proved teams can never take anything for granted in the section playoffs.

Moorhead entered the game 55 spots ahead of Bemidji in the Class AA QRF rankings at No. 6 in the state and had combined to outscore the Jacks 14-2 in a pair of regular-season meetings, including a 9-0 home win three weeks ago. None of that mattered to BHS Tuesday.

Moorhead outshot BHS 49-17 for the game. Each team finished 0-for-1 on the power play.

Nine seniors capped their BHS careers Tuesday: Andrew Johanns, Reid Colley, Chase Mock, Gage Mostad, Wyatt Halvorson, Chase Fillipi, Ethan Mock, Dylan Perreault and Carson Kelm.

The Lumberjacks conclude the season with a record of 3-22-1. A game like Tuesday’s shows there’s plenty to build on heading into the 2020-21 campaign.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:

Pete Stahnke

Head Varsity Coach

Phone: 218-252-5947

Travis Smith

Assistant Varsity Coach

Phone: 515-321-4595

Matt Menne

JV Coach

Phone: 218-368-3426

Bazil Zuehlke

JV Coach

Phone: 218-360-1071