Yakov Trenin loses with the Admirals at the Texas Stars after a good game with 2-4.
22-year-old Russian striker and interesting possible candidate for the russian National Team, Yakov Trenin, is playing his second full season in the AHL with the Milwaukee Admirals. The previous season record with 22 scorer points (10G / 12A) is impressive. In today’s game, the Admirals visit the Texas Stars, and Trenin wanted to score again, of course. In the current season, the stars could win four of six games, in the table, both teams are equal points.
In the first third, there was nothing for the Admirals for the time being, the stars were after more than 10 minutes after goals by Mersch (1.) and McClure with two goals (4., 10.) with 3-0 in the lead. Trenin came at this time to a good chance, could not beat Stars Goalie Bow. After the break the Admirals were more active and Trenin scored with his 11th goal of the season, the 1-3 (25.). The Admirals had some good chances in this period, but Stars Goalie Bow was able to prevent goals with great saves. The Admirals scores in the final period in a power play by a goal from Helewka on 2-3 (45.). The Admirals shortened in the final period in a power play by a goal from Helewka to 2-3 (45.) and continued to press. Texas was dangerous only in the counterattack. In the final minute, the admirals took full risk and the goalie from the ice. The decision falls for Texas, Condra meets with Empty-et goal to 4-2 victory.
The Chelyabinsk-born Trenin started his career in the Traktor U17 and in the MHL. In 2014, Trenin moved to Canada in the QMHL to Gatineau Olympics. In 2015, Trenin was drafted in the second round by the Nashville Predators, joined to the Admirals in the AHL and since then he has been a permanent member of the team. Meanwhile, Trenin completed several games for the Russian U17 and U20 national teams. With his two years‘ constant performance with the Admirals, the young Russian wants to reach higher levels such as the Russian national team.
Texas Stars vs Milwaukee Admirals 4-2 (3-0, 0-1, 0-1)