Thursday, October 4, 2012

Game Report: Prince Albert 4 Edmonton 1


P.A L. McVeigh (3) (D. Conroy, A. Bardaro) 9:23  

P.A C. Perreaux, (1) (S. Danyluk, R. Gardiner) 10:29

EDM T. Ewanyk (1) (T. Foster, C. Lazar) 5:16 (PP)
P.A M. McNeill (3) (L. Draisaitl) 8:04  
P.A J. Morrissey (1) , 18:51 (EN)

Prince Albert
Luke Siemens 33/34

Tristan Jarry 17/20

Prince Albert
1. Logan McVeigh C- Looks much improved in practically every facet of the game. He's gotten bigger, his stride looks a lot smoother and looks to play much more confident, reliable game. McVeigh got Prince Albert on the board with a sneaky quick wrist shot while driving the slot. McVeigh gives Prince Albert some depth they sorely lacked throughout last season.
2. Luke Siemens G  - Siemens is the 2nd goaltender in as many games to stonewall the Oil Kings. Strong game from Siemens as he faced many tough one on one shots, especially early in the game. Siemens had some issues with rebound control but stayed very square to shooter most of the night. Siemens wasn't going to allow the first shot to beat him tonight. Solid offseason pickup for the Raiders.

1. Curtis Lazar C - Best Oil Kings player on the night even though he only has an assist to show for it. Lazar had a strong individual game, driving the net on many occasions, including one rush that ended up in a goal that was waved off due to a premature whistle. Lazar remains on target to become a Top 10 pick in the 2013 NHL Draft.
2. Mason Geertsen D - Geertsen made more of a physical impact tonight. Taking the body every chance he got. It's a style that Geertsen will have to continue to play in order to get noticed from scouts. Geertsen skates well for a big man. His agility allows him to catch up to speedy wingers and make them pay the price. Geertsen will never be known as a point producer, but his big and nasty style should draw him some ire from opposing players.

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