Game Summary
Canada West 3 - United States 6



YARMOUTH, N.S. – Vince Hinostroza scored twice and added two assists to finish as the tournament’s co-leading scorer as the United States won its fourth gold medal at the World Junior A Challenge with a 6-3 win over Canada West on Sunday night.

Hinostroza, who was named tournament most valuable player, doubled his scoring output from the entire tournament and ended with eight points (six goals, two assists) in four games, becoming the second American to lead the World Junior A Challenge in scoring, joining Sean Kuraly, who topped the list in 2011.

J.T. Stenglein added two goals, Austin Cangelosi and Alex Kile also scored and Ian Brady chipped in with three assists as the U.S. finished atop the podium for the fourth time in the last five years. Sunday’s win also marked the American’s third win over Canada West in that span, joining wins in 2008 and 2009.

Brady’s three assists gave him eight for the tournament, a new World Junior A Challenge record.

Eamon McAdam stopped 26 shots for his fourth win in the U.S. goal, tying the tournament record.

Seb Lloyd (Prince George, B.C./West Kelowna, BCHL), Evan Richardson (Nanaimo, B.C./Powell River, BCHL) and Brandon Morley (Burnaby, B.C./Coquitlam, BCHL) had the goals for Canada West, which scored three times in a span of 8:32 in the second period to turn a 2-0 deficit into a 3-2 lead, but didn’t score again.

The Canadians finished with silver for the third time – all three gold medal game defeats have come at the hands of the United States.

Jonah Imoo (Surrey, B.C./Powell River, BCHL), who was named the goaltender on the tournament all-star team following the game, took the loss after a 27-save performance, his first defeat of the week.

Joining Imoo on the all-star team were Hinostroza, Brady, Canada West forward Wade Murphy (Victoria, B.C./Penticton, BCHL), Canada West defenceman Troy Stecher (Richmond, B.C./Penticton, BCHL) and Swiss forward Sandro Zangger.


Game Information
Game Number 13 Round Gold
Arena Mariners Centre City, Country Yarmouth, N.S.
Month / Day / Year 11/11/2012 Time 07:30 PM AT
Attendance 1483 Game Status Final

Box Score   1     2     3   Total
Canada West (CAN W) 0 3 0 3
United States (USA) 2 2 2 6

First Period
   07:42 USA 17 J.T. Stenglein (8 Sheldon Dries, 24 Ian Brady)
   16:31 USA 12 Vince Hinostroza (9 Austin Cangelosi, 8 Sheldon Dries) PP

   02:04 CAN W 22 Evan Richardson (High Sticking)
   12:14 USA 24 Ian Brady (Tripping)
   15:48 CAN W 2 Troy Stecher (Hooking)
   16:48 CAN W 16 Brandon Morley (High Sticking)

Second Period
   00:59 CAN W 8 Seb Lloyd (6 Devon Toews, 11 Rhyse Dieno)
   04:41 CAN W 22 Evan Richardson (8 Seb Lloyd)
   09:31 CAN W 16 Brandon Morley (3 Paul Stoykewych, 15 Aaron Hadley)
   12:40 USA 9 Austin Cangelosi (12 Vince Hinostroza)
   15:15 USA 17 J.T. Stenglein (24 Ian Brady, 21 Luke Johnson)

   01:17 CAN W 6 Devon Toews (10-Minute Misconduct)
   01:17 CAN W 6 Devon Toews (Checking from Behind)
   02:16 USA 17 J.T. Stenglein (Elbowing)
   02:48 USA 6 Blake Heinrich (Holding)
   02:48 CAN W 21 Wade Murphy (Inter. on Goaltender)
   05:30 CAN W 4 Luke Ripley (Delay of Game)
   18:46 USA 14 Ryan Fitzgerald (Tripping)

Third Period
   09:05 USA 11 Alex Kile (24 Ian Brady, 12 Vince Hinostroza)
   17:06 USA 12 Vince Hinostroza 

   02:19 USA 3 Justin Wade (Boarding)
   02:19 USA 17 J.T. Stenglein (Roughing)
   18:27 USA 14 Ryan Fitzgerald (Slashing)

Canada West
31 Jonah Imoo On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00
United States
30 Eamon McAdam On 1/00:00 Off 3/20:00

Shots on Goal   1     2     3   Total
Canada West 6 14 9 29
United States 8 14 11 33

Player of the Game
United States 12 Vince Hinostroza
Canada West 8 Seb Lloyd

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