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Myers’ 3-point buzzer-beater gives SHS a 57-56 win over Grand Rapids
Action begins at 10 a.m. Sunday with the title game scheduled for 1 p.m.
The head instructors for the camp will be former Superior Spartans, and current professional hockey players, Brett Olson and Mike Sislo.
Hibbing-Chisholm improved to 14-0 with a 10-2 win over Superior Tuesday night at Wessman Arena.
Sislo, who has one assist in 26 career NHL games, made his first NHL appearance since Dec. 31, 2014 at Detroit.
The Spartans lost to Roseville, 4-3 Tuesday; Delano, 6-1 Wednesday; and the host Hilltoppers, 3-1 Thursday morning.
The Spartans, who began the week with a record of 0-6, defeated Proctor 5-3 Tuesday, then skated to a 1-1 overtime tie Thursday with Duluth Denfeld.
The Spartans, who began the night winless at 0-6, got two goals from Matt Strum and one goal apiece from Max Plunkett, Mitch Anderson and T.J. LaFlamme.
Milinkovich-Gray scores game-winner in Superior’s first win over the Duluth North Stars