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Thursday, June 16, 2011

North American Hockey Classic Day 1 (97 born)

Vancouver Selects 5 - Minnesota Blades 3
In a highly contested game between two very strong teams, the Vancouver Selects prevailed in this one.  The Vancouver Selects would enter the 3rd period tied at 3-3 before scoring twice in the 3rd to win it.  Darien Craighead had 2 assits for the selects who got singles from John Wesley, Tanner Browne and Jordan Kawaguchi.  Adam Musil was the star of the game with 2-1-3.  Atleast I'm pretty sure that was him.  The Minnesota Blades got a goal from top ranked Rem Pitlick, another of their top prospects Matthew Frytag had a goal.

Team Pepsi 5 - Vancouver Island Stars 4
In a game where you would figure this should be one-sided, it wasn't as Team Pepsi got a scare from up-start Vancouver Island Stars today.  The Island Stars best players were there star players as Brody Smith scored twice and Haydn Hopkins added 1-1-2.  Kurtis Gamble, another top player had 1 assist in the game.  For Team Pepsi who were without one of the better 97 born players in Jesse Gabrielle should've still had enough fire power to win this one a bit more easily.  They got 2 goals from Nebraska star Ethan Price who is really, really starting to turn heads.  Dexter Kuczek, Ethan Williams and Colt Conrad each scored singles for Team Pepsi. 

Minnesota Machine 6 - Manitoba Crunch 1
Mitchell Dolter had 2 goals for Minnesota and Matt Pulver had 1-2-3 as they walked all over the Manitoba Crunch today.  Also of note for Minnesota, highly touted Alec Baer would also score.  The Manitoba Crunch who really are not pushoevers with the likes of Zach Court, Thomas  Lenchyson, Keegan Kolesar and Braden Purtill were really held in this one.  The lone goal scorer was Brady Valiquette from Zach Court.

Saskatoon Jr. Blades 6 - BC Jr. Heat 3
In a battle of two very good spring teams, the Saskatoon Jr. Blades jumped out to a 4-1 first period lead and cruised to a convincing 6-3 victory.  Regan Nagy scored twice with singles coming from Hebig, Draude 1-1-2, Zimmer and Campese.  The Heat got markers from Plotnikoff, Van Schaak and Will Lawrence.  Logan Flodell and Alex Pongracz were the goalies in this one.

Vancouver Selects 8 - Team Pepsi 5
In a battle of a pair of 1-0-0 teams, the Vancouver Selects would prevail in a high scoring affair.  The game broke wide open in the 3rd as the Selects would out-score Team Pepsi 4-3 in that frame.  American born defenseman from Seattle Daniel Woolfenden who impressed so much at the American prospects camp for the WHL would score 2 goals.  Also adding  a pair of markers was Jordan Kawaguchi who now has 3 goals.  He also added 2 assists for a four point game.  Jordan, as most of you know is the cousin of San Jose Sharks sniper Devin Setoguchi.  With a pair as well was Tyler Soy.  Soy has been great this spring.  Ty Ronning, the son of Cliff Ronning had 2 assists.  For Team Pepsi, the 2 Ethan's once again were the story with Ethan Price scoring 2 goals for the 2nd straight contest and Ethan Williams scoring twice as well.  Colt Conrad and Detroit Little Ceasars star in the making defensman Douglas Blaisdell added a pair of helpers.  Taypotat was the goalie for Team Pepsi while American Evan Sarthou was in net for the Selects.

Minnesota Blades 6 - Vancouver Island Stars 1
After losing a hard fought matchup against the Vancouver Selects earlier in the day, the talent laden Minnesota Blades walked on the Vancouver Island Stars in this one.  Tommy Novak would lead the way for the Blades with 1-2-3, Brock Boeser scored 2 goals while Rem Pitlick once again found the score-sheet for the 1-1-0 Blades.  The Vancouver Island Stars lone marker was Brandon Tutte.


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