NAPHL 16U 2013-2014
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Lansing Capitals 16U survives Pikes Peak Miners 16U comeback, wins 3-1
Story by Narrative Science.
Pikes Peak Miners 16U tried its best to erase a three-goal deficit, but Lansing Capitals 16U would not be denied the victory and hung on to win, 3-1.
Lansing Capitals 16U took a 3-0 lead during the third period, only to have Pikes Peak Miners 16U storm back on a Travis Work goal 14:33 into the third period to pull to two goals down.
Lansing Capitals 16U was led by Josh Kirsch, who grabbed one goal and one assist. Kirsch scored 6:16 into the second period to make the score 2-0 Lansing Capitals 16U. Adam Goodsir provided the assist.
Lansing Capitals 16U was held below its usual level of production. Lansing Capitals 16U puts an average of 5.2 pucks into the net per game. Lansing Capitals 16U forced Pikes Peak Miners 16U goalie Ty Bever to work between the pipes, taking 39 shots.
Lansing Capitals 16U also got points from Kieran Durgan, who also racked up one goal and one assist. Lansing Capitals 16U also got a goal from Timothy Sharky as well. In addition, Lansing Capitals 16U received assists from Michael Rounds, who had one.
Pikes Peak Miners 16U put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow Lansing Capitals 16U to score on any of its three power plays. Pikes Peak Miners 16U could not produce up to it normal offensive output. Pikes Peak Miners 16U averages 3.6 goals per game.
More assists for Pikes Peak Miners 16U came via Andrew Groustra, who had one.
Colt Hanks rejected 23 shots on goal for Lansing Capitals 16U. Lansing Capitals 16U incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors. Pikes Peak Miners 16U's Bever stopped 36 shots out of the 39 that he faced. Pikes Peak Miners 16U totaled 11 minutes in penalty time with three minors and one major and went 1-for-1 on the power play.