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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Pacific Selects Gold, Edmonton Rangers Bronze

The Carmen Starr Tournament in Los Angelas has come to a close yesteday.  The Pacific Selects, and to no surprise have won the tournament.  They ran their record to 5-0-0 with a hard faught 4-3 victory over the LA Kings Black squad.  The score was just 1-0 after the 2nd period of play on a goal by Selects forward Robby Jackson who had a coming out party of sorts as he wasn't ranked in our top 50 western USA prospects.  Jackson finished with 4-3-7 in 5 games and really had a great tournament for the Selects.  By the 5:18 mark of the 2nd period, the Selects had run the lead to 4-0 on goals by, Texeria, Khodorenko and Ben Barker.  Ben Barker and Keoni Texeira are a pair of dmen who will be watched closely in the coming months leading up to the WHL Bantam Draft.  The LA Kings Black wouldn't go away quietly though as Brody Stevens, Bobby Campbell and Junyan Mak all scored within a 3 minute span to make it a contest.  However, too little, too late and the Pacific Selects win the championship.  Keoni Texeira on defense was very solid all tournament long for the Selects and will be the top dman coming out of the western states no doubt.

In the bronze medal game, the Edmonton Rangers once again took on the Moscow Selects in a re-match of a brawl filled round robin game in which the Moscow team left the bench after a Cole Gammer supposed kick.  In this game, the Edmonton Rangers really took it to Moscow in the game play and went on to a 4-2 victory.  Andrew Marshall and Dylan Stewart each had a 1-1-2 and once again Zach Fischer and Justin Greer scored in the win.  Those players listed as well as Ethan Lazaro are going to be players to watch in the AMBHL this season.

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