The Northland Pines girls hockey team butted heads with another Wisconsin cooperative this past week, falling to the Bay Area Icebergs of Green Bay 7-1 at the Cornerstone Ice Arena in De Pere this past Saturday.

After winning three in a row in early December the Lady Eagles’ offense has hit a stand-still, having scored just five goals across their last 104 minutes of hockey.

In Green Bay this past weekend the Icebergs got off to a fast start as they were able to get four of their 12 shots on goal past Pines goalie Piper Snedden to take a 4-0 lead into the second.

Northland Pines came back with an even-strength goal of their own to start the second period as Cameron Ramesh took assists from Allie Keiffer and Cailey Coopman to make it 4-1.

Eight minutes later Bay Area Icebergs got that goal back as Abby Comer made it 5-1. Madison Anderson then scored what was her third of the night for the Icebergs, to start the third period which made it 6-1. Grace Cisar would add one more with 4:49 to play to make it 7-1 which is how it ended.

Snedden stopped 36 shots on the night, recovering well from a tough first period. Pines was out-shot 43 to 18 on the evening.

The team will stay on the road for their next two contests as they head to Superior this Friday to play the Spartans. On the way home they’ll stop off and play Hayward, Saturday, before getting a much-needed home matchup Monday, Jan. 14 when the Medford Raiders come to town.

Game time Monday is set for 6 p.m. at the Eagle River Sports Arena.