NAPHL 16U 2012-2013

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Indiana Jr. Ice 16U survives Detroit Falcons 16U comeback, wins 3-2

Schwan SR-6    Mon, Dec 03, 2012

Detroit Falcons 16U tried its best to erase a three-goal deficit, but Indiana Jr. Ice 16U would not be denied the victory and hung on to win, 3-2.

Indiana Jr. Ice 16U made the score 3-0 on a goal by Shawn Moulis at 15:24 in the second period, and Detroit Falcons 16U got as close as 3-2 when Garrett Medina scored 16:10 into the third period.

Indiana Jr. Ice 16U forced Detroit Falcons 16U goalie Jorgen Johnson to work between the pipes, taking 40 shots. Indiana Jr. Ice 16U had trouble converting on the power play advantage, managing just one goal on 10 chances.

Indiana Jr. Ice 16U was helped by Brady Kiplinger, who had one goal. Kiplinger scored 2:38 into the second period to make the score 2-0 Indiana Jr. Ice 16U. Sam Huettl picked up the assist. Indiana Jr. Ice 16U also got a goal from Connor Preston as well. More assists for Indiana Jr. Ice 16U came via Brock James and Danny Mateja, who contributed one a piece.

Indiana Jr. Ice 16U's defense shut down Detroit Falcons 16U's forwards for much of the game, and Detroit Falcons 16U got off only 11 shots during the contest. Detroit Falcons 16U could not stay out of the penalty box, as the team accrued 36 minutes in penalties during the game.

Detroit Falcons 16U was helped by Jake Kopinski, who racked up one goal. Kopinski scored 10:07 into the third period to make the score 3-1 Indiana Jr. Ice 16U. Alexander Yunanov provided the assist. Other players who recorded assists for Detroit Falcons 16U were Justin Schebel, who had one and Blake Carrick, who had two.

Adam Conkling made nine saves for Indiana Jr. Ice 16U on 11 shots. Indiana Jr. Ice 16U incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Johnson rejected 37 shots on goal for Detroit Falcons 16U. Detroit Falcons 16U registered zero goals on two power play opportunities.