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Blue Devils Edge Tigers, 4-3

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The Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils snapped North Allegheny’s three-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory over the Tigers on Monday night. Wyatt George posted a hat trick and broke a 3-3 tie in the third period with his third goal of the night to propel the Blue Devils to the win. Mt. Lebanon outshot the Tigers, 31-27.

North Allegheny struck first in the opening period on a goal by Dylan Watkins, assisted by Will Parreaguire and Vincenzo Mazur, for a 1-0 lead. Mt. Lebanon netted the next two goals in the second period to take a 2-1 advantage courtesy of goals by George and Anthony Sandora. The Tigers knotted up the score at 2-2 when Aaron Miller tallied a marker with 5:15 remaining in the period. George’s second goal of the evening came just 31 seconds later to vault Mt. Lebanon back in front, 3-2.

Tyler Putnam scored for North Allegheny at the 2:22 mark of the third period to even the score at 3-3. The tie lasted less than three minutes before George culminated his performance with a hat trick and scored the game-winning goal to give the Blue Devils a 4-3 victory.

North Allegheny falls to 6-2-1 following the loss, while Mt. Lebanon improves to 4-5-1. The Tigers look to rebound on Monday, December 18 with a home game against Bethel Park at 7:00 p.m.

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Mt. Lebanon, 12-11-17

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NA Ice Hockey Skates To Third Straight Win

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The North Allegheny ice hockey team improved to 6-1-1 on the season on Monday night by edging the Plum Mustangs, 2-1. Aaron Miller scored both of NA’s goals, including the game-winning marker at the 6:03 mark of the third period to lift the Tigers to the victory.

The game was dominated by defense and goaltending through the first period and deep into the second period. North Allegheny goalie Richard Karapandi stopped 23 of 24 shots on net to earn the victory, while Plum’s Sergio Benetiz made 28 saves.

The Tigers broke through for the game’s first goal when Miller scored with 4:26 to play in the second period. Bernardo Vieira and Tyler Lamark provided the helpers on the goal.

Plum tied the game at 1-1 on an unassisted goal by Nicholas Pushic 2:17 in to the third period. The score remained deadlocked until Miller’s heroics provided North Allegheny with the margin of victory. Miller’s second goal was assisted by Haden Shimko.

North Allegheny remains in second place in the Class AAA standings with points, just two behind first-place Peters Township. The Tigers will have some time off before visiting Mt. Lebanon on Monday, December 11.

Tyler Duderstadt’s Last-Minute Goal Vaults NA Past Butler, 3-2

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Tyler Duderstadt’s goal with 1:17 remaining in the third period lifted North Allegheny to an exciting 3-2 victory over the Butler Golden Tornado on Monday night. The goal by Duderstadt was assisted by Vincenzo Mazur and Dylan Watkins, helping NA stay one-point behind Peters Township at the top of the Class AAA standings in the PIHL.

The night began with a scoreless first period before the floodgates opened in the second period. Aaron Miller netted the first goal of the night to give North Allegheny a 1-0 lead at the 4:24 mark of the second period. Butler’s Gavin Morrison tied the game with a power-play goal a little over five minutes later. The Tigers regained the lead at 2-1 with 3:59 left in the second period on a goal by Tyler Lamark.

North Allegheny maintained a one-goal lead until Ronan Miller knotted the score at 2-2 with just 1:49 remaining in regulation. With the game seemingly destined for overtime, the Tigers quickly turned the tables on their opponent and stunned Butler thanks to the game-winning goal by Duderstadt with 1:17 left to play to propel NA to a 3-2 victory.

Tigers goalie Ryan Heil was peppered with 50 shots on net and made an astonishing 48 saves. Connor Strobel stopped 21 pucks for Butler in 24 attempts.

North Allegheny improves to 5-1-1 on the season, while Butler slips to 4-3. The Tigers will have the Thanksgiving break off before returning to the ice on Monday, November 27 at 9:00 p.m. with a visit to Plum to take on the Mustangs.

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Butler, 11-20-17

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Tigers Skate To 4-1 Victory Over Cathedral Prep

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The North Allegheny ice hockey team bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 4-1 road win at Cathedral Prep on Thursday night. The win propels the Tigers back into first place in the Class AAA standings, one point ahead of Peters Township.

North Allegheny opened the scoring in the first period on a goal by Bernardo Vieira at the 3:44 mark for a 1-0 lead. Cathedral Prep evened the score at 1-1 thanks to a power-play goal by Jacob Emerson with 10:09 remaining in the second period. Less than five minutes later, the Tigers regained the edge when Will Parreaguirre tallied a goal for a 2-1 advantage.

In the third period, North Allegheny put the game away courtesy of two goals from Aaron Miller, including one empty net goal with 53 seconds remaining, to close out a 4-1 victory. Goalie Richard Karapandi earned the win for the Tigers with 21 saves. Prep’s Nick Dinner made 27 saves in a losing effort.

North Allegheny improves to 4-1-1 on the season with the win. Cathedral Prep falls to 3-2. The Tigers will host Moon on Monday night.

Ice Hockey Summary vs. Cathedral Prep, 11-9-17

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Peters Township Tops Tigers In First-Place Showdown

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In an early season battle for first place in the PIHL Class AAA standings, the Peters Township Indians blanked the North Allegheny Tigers, 3-0, on Tuesday at Southpointe. The Tigers outshot the Indians, 38-29, but Indians goalie Alex Wilbert turned away every shot he faced for the shutout.

The game was scoreless through one period before second-period spurt by Peters Township decided the outcome. The Indians netted all three of their goals in the second period on markers by Eric Wilbert, Connor Gielarowski and Ryan Luppe. Gielarowski’s goal came on a power play goal for Peters Township.

Peters Township sits in first place in the Class AAA standings with a 4-0-0 record. The Tigers slide into second place with a 3-1-1 mark. North Allegheny returns to action on Thursday night at Cathedral Prep.