NAPHL 18U 2014-2015
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San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U beats Minnesota Revolution 18U 6-4 after comeback scare
Story by Narrative Science.
San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U survived a determined comeback attempt by Minnesota Revolution 18U on the way to a 6-4 win.
San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U made the score 6-3 on a goal by Aidan Ward at 15:42 in the third period, and Minnesota Revolution 18U got as close as 6-4 when Zak Lambrecht scored 16:47 into the third period.
San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U's penalty kill excelled, as San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U gave up one goal despite allowing 11 power plays.
San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U found the back of the net more times than it usually has this season. San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U has scored at the pace of 2.6 goals per game during the current campaign. San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U's penalty killing units received substantial work throughout the game as San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U finished with 28 penalty minutes.
San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U was helped by Ryan Meure, who tallied one goal and one assist. Meure scored on the power play 14:03 into the second period to make the score 5-3 San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U. San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U had gotten the advantage when Minnesota Revolution 18U's Cory Sprague was sent off for interference. Aaron Burden assisted on the tally. San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U also got points from Matthew Ebertin, who also registered one goal and one assist, Eric Pinsky, who also grabbed one goal and one assist, Felix Takacsi-Nagy, who also finished with one goal and one assist, and Devyn Kelly, who also had one goal and one assist. More assists for San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U came via Zachary Fobar, Corey Semmelmayer, and Lucas Semkiw, who contributed one each.
Minnesota Revolution 18U's goal total was higher than its season average. This season, Minnesota Revolution 18U averages 1.8 goal per contest. Minnesota Revolution 18U could not stay out of the penalty box, as the team accrued 20 minutes in penalties during the game.
Minnesota Revolution 18U was helped by Dylan Rittershaus, who registered one goal. Rittershaus scored on the power play 12:34 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Minnesota Revolution 18U. Minnesota Revolution 18U had gained a power play chance when Jake Stom was whistled for tripping. Colin Jones provided the assist. Others who scored for Minnesota Revolution 18U included Victor Morgan and Mark Sanchez, who each put in one. In addition, Minnesota Revolution 18U received assists from Dylan Ceynar and Korey Muzzy, who each chipped in one.
Austin Knoebel rejected 20 shots on goal for San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U. San Jose Jr. Sharks 18U registered two goals on seven power play opportunities. Minnesota Revolution 18U's Cameron Madrid stopped 18 shots out of the 23 that he faced.