NAPHL 16U 2013-2014
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Huge game by Quinn boosts St. Louis Selects 16U over Atlanta Fire 16U, 9-1
Story by Narrative Science.
St. Louis Selects 16U's Shane Quinn had a big offensive game, scoring one goal and contributing four assists in his team's 9-1 win over Atlanta Fire 16U.Quinn beat Doug Giles with a shot 8:37 into the first period to make the score 2-0 St. Louis Selects 16U. Austin Rueschhoff picked up the assist. Quinn dished an assist on Zachary Fizer's goal that made the score 3-1 St. Louis Selects 16U at 6:10 into the second period. He then added assists on Fizer's goal at 13:46 into the second, on Rueschhoff's goal at 1:42 into the third, and on Rueschhoff's goal at 2:31 into the third.
St. Louis Selects 16U's penalty kill excelled, as St. Louis Selects 16U gave up one goal despite allowing seven power plays.
Atlanta Fire 16U was unable to stop St. Louis Selects 16U from sending pucks towards the net, and St. Louis Selects 16U eventually piled up 61 shots on goal. St. Louis Selects 16U surpassed its usual scoring output this season. St. Louis Selects 16U has scored at the pace of 6.0 goals per game during the current campaign.
St. Louis Selects 16U also got points from John Moeller, who also grabbed one goal and one assist, Luke Fairchild, who also finished with one goal and one assist, Rueschhoff, who also registered two goals and two assists, and Charlie Corbett, who also had one goal and one assist. St. Louis Selects 16U also got a goal from Michael Krueger as well. In addition, St. Louis Selects 16U received assists from Connor Krause, Ricky Smith, Caleb Cooper, and Travis Barrett, who contributed one a piece and Hunter Schiffman and Mats Kozicz, who each chipped in two.
Atlanta Fire 16U's offense operated below it season average. Atlanta Fire 16U puts an average of 5.5 pucks into the net per game.
Atlanta Fire 16U was led by Mitch Gedeon, who scored the team's only goal. Gedeon scored on the power play 14:26 into the first period to make the score 2-1 St. Louis Selects 16U. Atlanta Fire 16U earned a power play opportunity when Dalton Parrish was put in the box for checking from behind. Tyler Flom provided the assist.
Zach Young rejected 15 shots on goal for St. Louis Selects 16U. St. Louis Selects 16U incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Giles recorded 52 saves for Atlanta Fire 16U. Atlanta Fire 16U incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors.