The IceCaps laced up their skates twice since we last spoke. They split the outings. Hellebuyck started both games ans stopped a total of 63 of 69 shots. He also started in the AHL All-Star game.
Scott Kosmachuk 1G, 1A
Brendon Kichton 2A
John Albert 1A
Carl Klingberg 2G, 1A
Ryan Olsen 1A
Will O`Neill 2G, 3A
Three more games played for Ehlers means four more points. It is crazy to think that this represents a slow week for the Winnipeg Jets' top prospect. Nikolaj Ehlers is awesome. Also in the QMJHL, Jan Kostalek played two games earning himself one assist in the process.
In the OHL Jimmy Lodge played a trio of games. He picked up at least a point in each of the three outings, totaling three goals and two assists for five points.
Now on to the Winnipeg Jets WHL prospects. Josh Morrissey picked up one goal in a trio of games. Axel Blomqvist picked up two goals and an assist in his two games. Nic Petan and Chase De Leo and their Winterhawks took part in four games. Petan tallied two goals and five assists. De Leo scored four times himself and also added an apple for five points.
Eric Comrie remains out of action with an injury.
In the NCAA, Jack Glover took part in a single outing. He did not record any points. Trucker Poolman took part in two outings and also went pointless.
The goalies had a rough go. Jason Kasdorf played one game and it was rough - he allowed seven goals against. Phillips played twice and picked up one win. His numbers weren't great in the win and he was pulled in the loss.
C.J. Franklin and Andrew Copp's weeks were a little more eventful. Franklin scored a goal and Copp nabbed himself 2G and 2A. Michigan has been on fire of late.
1) Andrew Copp took part in a pair of games this. He scored two goals in the first and picked up a pair of assists in the second. Copp has moved himself into third in Michigan scoring. He remains second in goals and the team has morphed into an offensive powerhouse. Fun times in Michigan.
2) Nic Petan had himself a nice week two. He scored two goals and added five assists for good measure. That makes seven points. Seven points is a lot of points. I like it when Nic Petan puts up points.
3) Jimmy Lodge put up some points as well. Jimmy tallied three goals and two assists to give himself twenty seven points in 24 games with the Mississauga Steelheads. He is easily their best forward and he continues to make a solid case for an ELC upon season's end.
The Jets have a number of kids doing interesting things. The College crop looks better now than it ever has. Has anybody surprised you with their play?