2017 Super Series
Lake Tahoe hangs on, beats Team WHL 1-0
Story by Narrative Science.
Michael Dunn gave the Lake Tahoe Blue the lead in the first period, and Team WHL was never able to catch up in a close game that ended 1-0.A goal 4:45 into the first period by Dunn proved to be the game winner, and powered Lake Tahoe to the victory. Matt Petgrave provided the assist.
Team WHL's Tyler Bunz could not handle what the Blue threw at him, as Lake Tahoe netted its goals off of two.
The Blue were sparked by Dunn, who tallied one goal.
Lake Tahoe managed to stay out of the box better than usual, racking up one minor for two minutes in penalty time. The Blue ended up below its season average of 9.0 penalty minutes per game. Lake Tahoe's offense revolved around and Dunn, who put and one shot on net. The Blue could not produce up to their normal offensive output. Lake Tahoe puts an average of 5.7 pucks into the net per game. The Blue's defensemen also contributed in the offensive zone and ended up with one shot between them.
Team WHL allowed the opposing netminder to relax, ripping only two shots on goal to force two saves. Team.mascot's final shot tally was well below the team's average of 14.5 pucks on net per game. Team WHL did not reach the goal total it has come to expect this season. Team WHL averages 2.5 goals per game.
Team WHL was led by Adam Kambeitz, who took one shot.
Scott Wedgewood recorded two saves for Lake Tahoe. The Blue registered zero goals on zero power play opportunities. Tyler Bunz made one save for Team WHL on two shots. Team WHL ended with no penalties and went 0-for-1 on the power play.