NAPHL 16U 2012-2013
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Wenatchee Wild 16U uses early goal to top St. Louis Selects 16U, 2-0
Story by Narrative Science.
Mark Huneke gave Wenatchee Wild 16U the lead in the first period, and St. Louis Selects 16U was never able to catch up in a close game that ended 2-0.A goal 27 seconds into the the first period by Huneke proved to be the game winner, and powered Wenatchee Wild 16U to the victory Tom Hall provided the assist.
Wenatchee Wild 16U was sparked by Huneke, who registered one goal.
Wenatchee Wild 16U excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in three chances. Wenatchee Wild 16U was steadier on the defensive front than it has been for much of this season. Wenatchee Wild 16U averages 3.0 goals allowed per game.
Wenatchee Wild 16U also got a goal from Grant Fisher as well. More assists for Wenatchee Wild 16U came via Ty Flynn, Andrew Lee, and Chad Haywood, who each chipped in one.
St. Louis Selects 16U put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow Wenatchee Wild 16U to score on any of its six power plays. St. Louis Selects 16U's offense was handcuffed by Wenatchee Wild 16U's defensive play, and St. Louis Selects 16U managed only 13 shots on goal during the game. St. Louis Selects 16U was forced to rely heavily on their penalty kill unit throughout the game, as it racked up 28 penalty minutes.
Adam Huglen made six saves before being replaced by Jalen Long, who took the win and made seven saves. Wenatchee Wild 16U incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Samuel Boyer rejected 24 shots on goal for St. Louis Selects 16U. For St. Louis Selects 16U, Ben Rucker was ejected from the game.