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Friday, September 16, 2011

Friday, Sepember 16, 2011 Tournament Thread

Day 2 is underway in Blaine, Minnesota at the NAPHL tournament which you can view through the Fast Hockey website.  We will continue to focus on the POE team as they are the lone Canadian contingent, as well as the western states teams as well who have some players of note.

POE 16 - Texas Tornado 0 (FINAL)
Texas has been outscored 25-0 so far and if it weren't for the 16 minute periods, it could be much worse.  So far today, POE has fired 44 shots on goal, including 33 in the 2nd period.  Tyson Jost has been just flying out here in the 1+ games so far and Trevor Ayre has also showed well.  The line of Kawaguchi/Jost/Williams/Ayre has looked unstoppable at times.  It will be a much stiffer test against St. Louis this afternoon and we'll know more at that point as to how good they really are!

Goal Scorers through 2: Ayre (2), Lawrence, Browne, Jost, Pilet, Wellsby, Bear and Finlay.  Tyler Brown has been rock solid from Defence and the 6'1 Olympia, Wash product is going to shoot up the rankings and fast.  Kawaguchi has 2 more assists so far, giving him 1-6-7 in the tournament.

POE added 7 3rd period goals and handed Texas their 2nd straight 16-0 loss.  6 different players  put up 4 points or more including defenceman Ethan Bear 1-3-4 and Tyler Brown 0-4-4.  Forwards Austin Wellsby and Jordan Kawaguchi each put up 1-4-5 in the game and Kawaguchi now has 2-8-10 in the game.  98 born Trevor Ayre replaced Ethan Williams who sat out as a healthy scratch and put up 4-1-5 and Tyson Jost continues to impress with 4-2-6.  98 born Jost now has 6-5-11 through his first 2 games.
California Titans 7 - Western Michigan 0
The Titans pick up their first win over the over-matched Western Michigan squad.  Western Michigan has been out-scored now 17-1 in 2 games.  Jared Turcotte and Anthony Paretti each scored twice in the win, while Jayson Dimazio had 1-2-3.  Paretti from Rancho Palos Verdes, CA is a 5'8 128lb forward who has great speed and vision out there.  Robert Jacobson from Calabasos, CA stopped all 9 shots for the easy shutout.

Minnesota 4 - Phoenix 3
In a battle of a pair of 1-0 teams, Minnesota was able to score a late goal from small, speedy Dylan Mcdonald to win it late.  The goal was Dylan's 2nd of the game and 3rd of the tournament.  6'0 150lb David Brumm chipped in with a pair of helpers in the win.  Highly touted Jesse Gabrielle picked up his 2nd assist in 2 games but has been held off the scoresheet for goals.  For Phoenix, after scoring 16 goals in the opener against Western Michigan, were held to singles from Christian Cakebread, Hunter Lester and top 5 ranked Jake Durflinger - his 1st of the tournament.  Hunter Lester, from Boise, ID had 6 points in the opener.

St. Louis 4 - San Jose 3
St. Louis is now 2-0 after a narrow win over San Jose.  Andrew Eichenlaub scored in the 3rd period for the winner and Caleb Cooper added 1-1-2.  John Moeller was held off the scoresheet after picking up 3 goals in the opener.  5'10 141 Aaron Burden scored twice for San Jose.

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