NAPHL 16U 2012-2013
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Lansing Capitals 16U vanquishes Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U in shootout, 3-2
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Three periods of regulation and an overtime session were not enough to settle matters as Lansing Capitals 16U defeated Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U in a shootout 3-2.The shootout featured 12 attempts between both teams. Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U's shootout goal was scored by Connor Reed. Lansing Capitals 16U's other shootout goal was scored by Keegan Weckesser.
Lansing Capitals 16U overcame a two-goal deficit to capture the victory. Lansing Capitals 16U fell behind 2-0 after a power play goal by Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U's Shane McMahan at 11:22 in the first period. Lansing Capitals 16U tied things up at 2-2 on a goal by Austin Kuch at 10:47 in the third period.
Lansing Capitals 16U did not challenge the opposing netminder, only getting 12 shots on net to force nine saves.
Weckesser also scored for Lansing Capitals 16U. More assists for Lansing Capitals 16U came via Collin Rewerts, Justin Riffel, Austin Robbins, and Ronald Hein, who contributed one a piece.
Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U stifled Lansing Capitals 16U's power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U's offense operated below it season average. Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U puts an average of 4.5 pucks into the net per game.
Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U also got a goal from Evan Nyhus as well. In addition, Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U received assists from Tyse Teague, Taylor Trinkwon, and Eetu Selanne, who each chipped in one.
Jacob Gwillim made 25 saves for Lansing Capitals 16U on 27 shots. Lansing Capitals 16U incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Tyler Caronia rejected nine shots on goal for Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U. Anaheim Jr. Ducks 16U incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors.