Stuart Percy Wheels - Claus Andersen
Tyler Biggs - Oshawa Generals, OHL
1G (PP) for Biggsy as the Generals lost to the Petes (who have hopes of playoffs pushing them forward) 6-3.
2A for Biggs as the Generals beat the 67's 4-1
Biggs set off the Generals scoring, with the first of 4, leading the Gens to a 4-1 win over the Petes
Connor Brown - Erie Otters, OHL
Did Not Play (upper body injury) as the Otters were officially eliminated from the OHL playoffs with an 8-5 loss to Windsor. Hey that's about 1 month later than last season! Progress!
Did not play again, and I'm sure he didn't mind missing a 13-3 blowout by the Sting.
Did Not Play once again, and the linked article reveals the Otters Captain has been dealing with a concussion. (Otters lost 6-3)
Ryan Rupert - London Knights, OHL
Ryan Rupert had a +2 and 1A as the Knights beat the Greyhounds 4-3 in OT. The Ruperts made good on their promise to not let OHL leading scorer Nick Cousins get his 100th point of the year, holding him to no points and a -2.
Ryan assisted on the Knights first goal of the game, as they went on to beat the Spirit 3-2
Josh Leivo - Kitchener Rangers, OHL
No points for Josh in a 6-3 loss for the Rangers
No points, and a hooking penalty in the second is what Leivo got out of the 3-2 win for the Rangers
The Rangers final trip to Brampton ended with a 2-1 win, Leivo nabbing the game winning goal. They'll miss the short drive down the 401 next season when it's replaced with a trip to North Bay.
The Record has yet another article featuring Josh Leivo - this time detailing the trade that brought him to Kitchener
Leivo rides shotgun and the pair head south to Barrie to meet Rangers’ assistant coach Mike McKenzie who, as per league rules, escorts the boys to Kitchener.
During the ride, Leivo gets a call on his cellphone, about six hours before the Rangers are set to take on the Guelph Storm at the Aud.
"It was Spotter. He said he was excited for us to be here and that he wanted us in the lineup. We were motivated and ready to go."
Matt Finn - Guelph Storm, OHL
Feb. 22 vs Niagara IceDogs
Did Not Play - Mono
Feb. 23 @ Barrie Colts
Did Not Play - Mono
Feb. 24 vs Sudbury Wolves
Did Not Play - Mono
Garrett Sparks - Guelph Storm, OHL
Sparks made 19 saves on 22 shots as the Storm surged past the IceDogs 5-3
Sparks made 33 saves on 35 shots, but his effort wasn't backed up by the team as they lost to the East leading Colts 2-0.
Sparks made 24 saves on 26 shots as the Storm thundered past the Wolves 8-2
David Broll - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL
1A as the Greyhounds beat the Sting 6-3
1A in a 4-3 OT loss to the Knights for the Brolldozer, with a cross checking penalty in the 3rd thrown in.
The 'Hounds squeaked out a 4-3 win over the Steelheads, Broll had 1A, on the Greyhounds second of the game, and helped keep his team alive at the end.
"We played two minutes of the hardest hockey I've seen our guys play," said Keefe, whose club was short-handed for the final 1:37 after Brandon Alderson took what the coach described as "a selfish and uncalled for" roughing minor at 18:23.
With the Mississauga net empty, Hounds winger David Broll blocked a shot in front to help preserve the win.
Stuart Percy - Mississauga Steelheads, OHL
1A and a +2 for Percy in a painful 8-2 victory over the guys they booted out of the Hershey Centre.
No points and a -1 as the Battalion marched past the Fish 3-1.
the Steelheads Captain assisted on their second of the game, giving the team a brief lead over the visiting Greyhounds, but it was lost when Broll set up the 'Hounds second of the game.
Morgan Rielly - Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL
No points for Morgan in the 5-1 loss to Saskatoon.
Scored the GWG as the Warriors beat the Pats 4-3
Rielly assisted on the Warriors too little too late power play goal as the second period came to an end, cutting the Blades lead to 6-1. Moose jaw would hold the Blades to only one goal in the third for a 7-1 final score giving Saskatoon their 15th straight win.
Dominic Toninato - Fargo Force, USHL
Just a -1 as the Stampede Force'd a 6-3 win.
Toninato had 2A in the Force's 4-1 win over the Musketeers
Max Everson - Omaha Lancers, USHL
Did Not Play - Lancers fell to Musketeers 3-1
Did Not Play in a dramatic comeback with the Lancers scoring the GWG with less than 40 seconds left to go for a 3-2 comeback win.
Sam Carrick - Idaho Steelheads, ECHL
No points in the 4-0 win for the Steelheads
No points and a tripping minor in the first period for Carrick, and no goal in the shootout, as the Steelheads lost 4-3 to the Bulls
Brad Ross - Idaho Steelheads, ECHL
Also fun fact, former Leaf Ben Ondrus is the Steelheads Captain.
Scored the Game winner early on in the game then added an assist in his debut with the Steelheads
Assisted on the Steelheads second of the game in the 4-3 SO loss.
Tony Cameranesi - U. Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs, NCAA
1A as the Bulldogs fell to the Gophers 5-3
No points as the Bulldogs tied the Gophers 2-2
Eric Knodel - U. New Hampshire Wildcats, NCAA
1A as the Wildcats beat the Catamounts 4-3
Eric assisted on the Wildcats lone goal as they tied the Catamounts 1-1 (goal scored by JVR's brother Trevor)
Andrew MacWilliam - North Dakota Fighting Sioux, NCAA
No Points in the Fighting Siouxs 5-4 loss to the Pioneers
The Fighting Sioux had their revenge over the Pioneers as they walloped them 6-1. MacWilliam had no points.
Dennis Robertson - Brown Bears, NCAA
No Points in the Bears 4-1 win over the Tigers
Robertson had 1A as the Bears tied the #1 ranked Bobcats 3-3
Junior captain Dennis Robertson (Fort St. John, British Columbia) started the play leading to Ryan's goal, passing up to freshman Mark Naclerio (Milford, CT) on the right wing. Naclerio skated the puck into the zone and then passed to Ryan in the slot, who carried the puck through the defense to the edge of the crease. Although Hartzell saved the initial attempt, Ryan collected his own rebound and fired it into the net, bringing Brown to within 3-2.