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USA wins U17 exhibition opener at Five Nations
Posted by trasher on August 16th, 2010 in General News, WIAA News

Team USA got a goal and an assist from Wisconsin’s Zach Stepan and goalies Brandon Hope (12) and Jimmy Howe (22) combined for 34 saves as USA defeated Switzerland 6-3 in exhibition play Monday at the U17 Five Nations tournament in Huttwil, Switzerland.

Jordan Masters scored on a wrister from the left face-off circle at 8:14 of the first to give USA a 1-0 lead that would stand through the period. Riley Barber received an assist on the play. USA outshot the Swiss 13-8 in the period.

The Swiss tied the game at 3:29 of the second when Sandro Zangger ripped one top shelf against USA goalie Hope. The rest of the period would be all USA as they scored three times for a 4-1 lead going into the second break.

Ryan Fitzgerald scored on a nice deke on a 3-on-2 with help from Stepan and Miles Koules at 8:35. Just over two minutes later, A.J. Michaelson knocked home a rebound to make it 3-1 at the 10:46 mark. Brian Morgan got the assist. Then, at 16:05, Nicholas Schilkey scored after retrieving a dump-in to make it 4-1. Sheldon Dries and Teddy Doherty got assists on the score.

Switzerland outshot USA 13-11 in the period.

Stepan scored a tip-in goal while on the power play for USA at 3:12 of the third to make it 5-1, with assists going to Fitzgerald and Barber.

Doherty scored a wrap-around after USA cycled the puck for fifteen seconds to make it 6-1 midway through the period. Masters and  Barber were credited with assists.

The Swiss scored two goals in a span of 1:05 to make it 6-3 at the 11:18 mark, but was unable to tighten the score as USA doubled up the host country for the final. Lukas Balmelli and Julian Schmutz scored for the Swiss in the period.

The Swiss outshot the USA 16-6 in a wild third period.

Melvin Nyffeler (15) and Robin Kuonen (9) combined for 24 Swiss saves.

Notre Dame Academy’s Tim Davison played in the contest but did not score any points or commit any infractions.

Team USA will play Czech Republic at 9:30am CST on Wednesday in USA’s first tournament contest.

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