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Feser 7th American to Score 300 Career Points

KENNEWICK, Wash. -  Justin Feser and the Tri-City Americans were just looking to give the Toyota Center their first win of 2013, but then Feser went off, notched a natural hatrick as the Americans beat Seattle 5-3. To put icing on the cake Feser's third goal was also the 300th point of his career. Feser is the seventh player to score 300 points for the Americans, and today Coach Jim Hiller and Justin talked about his accomplishment.

"First, it's so difficult to do, what he's accomplished. You have to come in as a young guy and you have to produce right away and that's something that he did," said Jim Hiller, Americans Head Coach.

"It's pretty special, I was fortunate to play with some great players over my career that have definitely helped me," said Feser. "(Those guys) tweeted at me, sent me a couple of texts. It's always good to hear from those guys, knowing they're keeping track and especially playing with those guys it's always nice to get congratulations from them."

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