After Game 3 of the Prospects Championship in Traverse City, Michigan, the Toronto Maple Leafs prospect now has a 2-1 record. The third game is one of those “pad your statistics” type of games. After going back and forth against the Dallas Stars prospects and trade goals in the first 23 minutes, as the game drew 3-3 early in the second quarter, the rest of the game was the prospect of the Maple Leafs.
The Maple Leafs prospect scored three unresolved goals with less than four minutes left in the second quarter to chase the star goalkeeper. After extending the lead to 6-3, the Maple Leafs prospects basically closed the Dallas top prospect team that seemed to be completely demoralized in the third inning. Nick Robertson added an empty ball with 5 seconds left in the game, thus limiting scoring. By the way, the Maple Leafs prospect also hit three goal posts: this could be a bigger score.
None of the Maple Leafs has a bad outlook
Literally, no one had a bad game against the Maple Leafs. All four forward lines are buzzing. The worst criticism of the Maple Leafs’ top prospects is that there were some unstable defensive moments in the first period.
However, in general, this game is an open and interesting hockey game. The prospect of Dallas reminds us of the main team of the Maple Leafs before last season. They have a strong offensive ability, not too much defense. The goalkeeper of the poor star team received hardly any protection, and he might be really happy when his coach relieved him.
Nick Robertson and Semyon Der-Achintsev (SDA)
Robertson and Semyon Der-Achintsev are on ice tonight. Robertson scored two goals, one into an empty goal. SDA assisted with a goal and passed his rebound to Robertson from a corner kick. SDA also assisted Noel Hoefenmayer’s goal.
The 20-year-old center Jordan Fraska, who scored 15 goals and 28 assists for the Kingston forward last season, performed well with 3 assists. The 6-foot-9 center forward Curtis Douglas (Curtis Douglas) provided an assist; one was the third goal of the defender Matt Herrickson in the game; and the former Medicine Hat Tigers One of the goals of captain Ryan Chysowski, he signed his first professional contract with the Toronto Mali in June this year.
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The 24-year-old Marley defender Joseph Dussack played his best game of the game. Like Fraska, he also assisted with three goals-Herrickson’s, 22-year-old defender Hoffen Meyer’s and Robertson’s empty net.
Ian Scott looks better every game. For a young goalkeeper, he is in a good position and plays very calmly. He faced 19 shots in the first stage of the seesaw and gave up two Dallas goals.
Jeremy McKenna, a 22-year-old right-wing winger from PEI, scored the third goal of the game and continued his craftsmanship in front of the corner kick and the net.
Mikhail Abramov and Pavel Gogolev
In the first part of the game, neither Mikhail Abramov nor Pavel Gogolev appeared to be on the ice. However, they then combined a very good end-to-end sprint that led to McKenna’s goal.
Cedric Pare is a 6-foot-4, 22-year-old center who has spent five seasons in QMJHL with one assist; however, he is Fraska and Chisoffs The key part of the base playing a leading role in the game.
At only 5 feet 7 inches tall, the 18-year-old Colby Saganiuk is the smallest player in the game so far. But he really can skate and buzzed all night. He assisted Douglas with a goal and watched him celebrate with the 6-foot-9 Douglas after the goal, which made him very interesting.
Maple Leafs prospect’s final game
The Maple Leafs prospect played their last game of the tournament in a prospect rematch with the Columbus Blue Jackets, who defeated them 4-3 in overtime in the first game on Thursday. . Grumpy during the game, the top rookie of the Blue Jackets defeated the top rookie of the Maple Leafs 7-6 wildly in overtime.
We are reviewing the game for our next article.It should be noted that because the game did not score and the video quality was not the best, we had to sort out some goals and assists ourselves [OK, Stan did the hard work], So these may not be 100% correct every time.[Note: I want to thank long-time Maple Leafs’ fan Stan Smith for collaborating with me on this post. Stan’s Facebook profile can be found here.]
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