ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. -- Logan Lyke scored four goals and Benilde-St. Margaret's fired 71 shots on goal in wrapping up the 2018-19 campaign with an 8-1 win over Bloomington Kennedy.
The Red Knights were challenged by the excellent goaltending of Andrew Trenary, who stopped 49 of 53 shots through two periods to limit BSM to a 4-1 lead through 30 minutes.
Lyke scored the game's first goal, seven minutes, 17 seconds into the contest, while Jake Runman and Charlie Damberg adding markers to give the hosts a 3-0 lead after out-shooting the Eagles, 24-9.
After over a half period without a goal, Kennedy's Connor Martin scored on the power play for the first goal of the second period, cutting the lead to 3-1.
Lyke score a power-play goal with 20 seconds remaining in the middle stanza and then added another 1:26 into the third period to make it a 5-1 lead for the Red Knights.
Damberg and Nic Dokman then added power-play goals to increase the lead to 7-1, putting the game into running time for the final 5:04.
Lyke completed his four-goal outing, and the scoring for the game, just 17 seconds after Dokman's goal.
Jake Hankinson finished the season with back-to-back three assist performances.
Peter Keese recorded three assists to amrk his first points of the season.
Jake Hankinson and Peter Keese both added three-assist performances, to finish the season strong after both missed much of the 2018 portion of the schedule.
Hankinson, who missed the first 10 games of the season, had his second consecutive three-assist game to close out the season.
Keese, who didn't play his first game of the season until Jan. 5 and has not been at 100 percent all season, helped set up three goals, his only points of the season.
For the final game of the season, the Red Knights split up goaltending duties between their three goals, with Jack Olson getting the win with a nine-save performance in the first period.
Simon Goodmanson made two saves during his second-period stint and Charlie Frattalone finished out the game by making four saves in the final period.
The Red Knights finished the season with a 10-12-3 record on the season, including a 5-1-1 mark versus Metro West Conference opponents.