1. EDM T. Foster, (14) (K. Pelss), 9:57
1. P.A L. Mahura, (1) (A. Corbin, B. Herrod), 19:29 (PP)
2. EDM M. St. Croix, (17) (D. Wruck, T. Maxwell), 4:11
2. EDM T. Foster, (15) (D. Wruck, C. Corbett), 10:29 (PP)
2. EDM T. Maxwell, (17) (M. St. Croix, D. Wruck), 12:13
3. P.A K. Tochkin, (8) , 6:37
3. EDM R. Dech, (3) (M. St. Croix, D. Wruck), 10:23
3. P.A M. Winther, (14) (M. Hlinka, B. Herrod), 15:13
Goalies Prince Albert GA Mins SH SVS PIM
29 Williams, Eric 5 58:26 31 26 0
Goalies Edmonton GA Mins SH SVS PIM
30 Jarry, Tristan 3 60:00 37 34 0
3 Players of Note:
1) TJ Foster RW Edmonton - Foster was back at it again tonight, launching bombs. Foster is more convincing me that he can be a bonafide triggerman at the next level. He shoots the puck accurately, he shoots it a lot and shoots it hard. He is dangerous on the power play and responsible 5 on 5. He brings a little bit of every thing else to make his shot a weapon.
2) Tristan Jarry G Edmonton - It's the first game I've seen Jarry make an impact. He was really good early when the Oil Kings came out slow out of the gate. Early penalty trouble put Jarry to the test until the Oil Kings pushed back and starting scoring some of their own. He had some lapses after the game was well in hand, but definitely a good building block game for him. Plays a very similar style that Broissoit has, a very square goaltender, that is mobile enough to make big saves at times.
3) Mike Winther C Prince Albert - Winther was the main focus when Mark McNeill is off doing WHJC stuff. Winther played well, had his speed on full display and is starting to contribute offensively more frequently. His game is a heady one, but not a very physical one, so he's a burner that darts in and out of traffic. I'll be interested to see the final numbers on Winther because if he can put up solid numbers, it may be good enough to get himself drafted.