NAPHL Futures 2014/15
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Esmark Stars 14U beats West Coast Renegades 14U 11-0 as Gorscak gets hat trick
Story by Narrative Science.
Christian Gorscak lifted Esmark Stars 14U to an 11-0 victory with a hat trick against West Coast Renegades 14U.Gorscak's first goal came 4:58 into the first period. He then added goals at 8:34 into the first and at 8:33 into the second.
Esmark Stars 14U led 5-0 after the opening frame the first period and maintained a healthy margin after.
Esmark Stars 14U managed to stay out of the box better than usual, registering one minor for two minutes in penalty time. Esmark Stars 14U ended up below its season average of 15.0 penalty minutes per game. Esmark Stars 14U's offense rang up 36 shots on West Coast Renegades 14U's net. Esmark Stars 14U surpassed its usual scoring output this season. Esmark Stars 14U has scored at the pace of 7.3 goals per game during the current campaign.
Esmark Stars 14U also got points from Justin Adamski, who also registered one goal and one assist, Andrew Wells, who also grabbed one goal and one assist, and Nicholas Carretta, who also racked up one goal and three assists. Others who scored for Esmark Stars 14U included Nicholas Solema, who had two and Dawson Sciarrino, Nicholas Koziara, and Chazz Knoche, who scored one goal each. In addition, Esmark Stars 14U received assists from Jared Schimizzi, who had four, Matthew Weber and Dylan Culbertson, who contributed one each, and Samuel Stites and William Rapone, who each chipped in two.
West Coast Renegades 14U's offense was handcuffed by Esmark Stars 14U's defensive play, and West Coast Renegades 14U managed only three shots on goal during the game.
Zackery Welker made three saves for Esmark Stars 14U on three shots. Esmark Stars 14U registered two goals on four power play opportunities. Titan Anderson rejected 25 shots on goal for West Coast Renegades 14U. West Coast Renegades 14U incurred 18 minutes in penalty time with four minors and had no power play opportunities.