NAPHL 16U 2013-2014

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Pikes Peak Miners 16U wins tough contest against Atlanta Fire 16U, 3-2

Schwan SR-5    Sat, Sep 21, 2013

Pikes Peak Miners 16U and Atlanta Fire 16U were evenly matched throughout their contest, but Pikes Peak Miners 16U made the most of its opportunities and won, 3-2.

Each team kept the other at bay throughout the game, and Logan Stein secured the win for Pikes Peak Miners 16U with a goal in the second period.

Pikes Peak Miners 16U was sparked by Travis Work, who registered one goal and one assist. Work scored 13:37 into the second period to make the score 3-1 Pikes Peak Miners 16U. Jaren Yatsu assisted on the tally.

Pikes Peak Miners 16U was paced by Work, who finished with one goal and one assist.

Atlanta Fire 16U was unable to stop Pikes Peak Miners 16U from sending pucks towards the net, and Pikes Peak Miners 16U eventually piled up 39 shots on goal.

Pikes Peak Miners 16U additionally got points from Brendan Doyle, who also racked up one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. Other players who recorded assists for Pikes Peak Miners 16U were Jackson York and J.P. Nolette, who each chipped in one.

Atlanta Fire 16U's offense was handcuffed by Pikes Peak Miners 16U's defensive play, and Atlanta Fire 16U managed only 14 shots on goal during the game.

Atlanta Fire 16U was led by Mitch Gedeon, who had two goals. Gedeon scored the first of his two goals at 7:18 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Atlanta Fire 16U. Garrett Sanders picked up the assist. Gedeon's next tally made the score 3-2 Pikes Peak Miners 16U with 5:15 left in the second period. A tripping penalty on Austin Wheatly had put Atlanta Fire 16U on the power play. Tyler Gwyn provided the assist. More assists for Atlanta Fire 16U came via Keith Gustin, who had one.

David Fessenden made 12 saves for Pikes Peak Miners 16U on 14 shots. Pikes Peak Miners 16U incurred 20 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Guy Piccolo rejected 36 shots on goal for Atlanta Fire 16U. Atlanta Fire 16U incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors.