William Alfred Goldsworthy August 24, — March 29, was a professional ice hockey right winger who played for three teams in the National Hockey League for 14 seasons between and , mostly with the Minnesota North Stars. He retired from playing after two partial seasons in the World Hockey Association. Even with such a strong squad, Goldsworthy finished second and third in team scoring his final two seasons with the club, en route to a Memorial Cup finals appearance in and winning it outright in in a series marked by brawls and suspensions. With big league jobs tight in the days of the Original Six , Goldsworthy served a minor league apprenticeship the next two seasons, playing with the Oklahoma City Blazers of the Central Hockey League and the Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey League between occasional callups to Boston. As it did with many other players, league expansion in gave Goldsworthy a full-time spot in the NHL.
Highlights: Minnesota state girls' 2A hockey quarterfinals
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Mike Hastings pumped his fist five times when he walked into the Minnesota State locker room late Sunday night. He hugged senior captain Riese Zmolek after accepting the game puck, then kept his speech short and to the point. The Mavericks limited a high-powered Gophers offense to just nine shots on goal through the first two periods and never relinquished the momentum they gained after Sam Morton and Ryan Sandelin scored apart midway through the first period for a lead. Zachary BonDurant photo.
Highlights: Minnesota state girls' 1A hockey quarterfinals
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