NAPHL 18U 2013-2014
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Lansing Capitals 18U penalty kill dominates in 5-2 defeat of Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U
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Despite having to fight off several power plays, Lansing Capitals 18U was able to defeat Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U, 5-2.
Lansing Capitals 18U was led by Theodore Waddell, who grabbed one goal and one assist. Waddell scored on the power play 2:34 into the third period to make the score 3-2 Lansing Capitals 18U. Lansing Capitals 18U earned a power play opportunity when Trey Rossbach was put in the box for charging. Ethan Stafford assisted on the tally.
Team could not crack Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U's penalty kill and was held to two power play goals while having 11 opportunities to play with the man advantage. Lansing Capitals 18U's defensemen played an important role in the offense, chipping in two goals. Lansing Capitals 18U's penalty killing units received substantial work throughout the game as Lansing Capitals 18U finished with 26 penalty minutes.
Lansing Capitals 18U additionally got points from Ronald Hein, who also had one goal and one assist. Lansing Capitals 18U also got a goal from Cam Collin as well. Other players who recorded assists for Lansing Capitals 18U were Keegan Weckesser, Justin Riffel, and Kyle Keeder, who contributed one a piece.
Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U was often in penalty trouble, totaling nine minors and one major for 43 minutes in penalty time. Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U surpassed its season average of 21.0 penalty minutes per game.
Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U was helped by Michael Zenone, who registered one goal. Zenone scored 14:48 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U. Joe Sullivan also scored for Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U.
Lansing Capitals 18U's Evan Cline stopped 19 shots out of the 21 that he faced. Anthony Yamnitsky rejected 21 shots on goal for Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U. Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U registered one goal on seven power play opportunities. Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks 18U ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Tyler Groth was ejected from the game.