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GAME RECAP

Alavi's hat trick boosts Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U over Atlanta Fire 16U, 5-0

Troy Sports 2    Fri, Jan 18, 2013

Adam Alavi netted a hat trick to lead Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U over Atlanta Fire 16U, 5-0.

Alavi got on the scoresheet 15:04 into the first period. He then added goals at 8:30 into the second and at 3:01 into the third.

Referees had their hands full with a major incident at 15:17 into the third period. Four fighting penalties were dished out along with three game misconducts.

Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U forced its penalty killing units to work especially hard during the game, picking up seven minors and one major for 29 minutes in penalty time. Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U surpassed its season average of 13.0 penalty minutes per game. Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U stifled Atlanta Fire 16U's power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U featured an improved defense during the game. Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U gives up 2.2 goals on average per game.

Sam Barnes also scored for Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U. In addition, Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U received assists from Joseph Randazzo, who had two and Adam Pilewicz and Austin Tonkovich, who contributed one a piece.

The Atlanta Fire 16U penalty box was a popular destination as the team totaled six minors and two majors for 42 minutes in penalty time. Atlanta Fire 16U had been averaging 18.0 minutes in penalties per game.

Joseph Recktenwald made 18 saves for Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U on 18 shots. Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U registered one goal on seven power play opportunities. For Pittsburgh Viper Stars 16U, Wyatt Glover was ejected from the game. Atlanta Fire 16U's Connor Stewart stopped 10 shots out of the 15 that he faced. Atlanta Fire 16U registered zero goals on five power play opportunities. Atlanta Fire 16U ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Stewart was ejected from the game.