Good morning to all, especially Jeremy Bracco. Did he take notes from Mitch Marner on how to lead the way to winning a Memorial Cup? With one goal and two assists, Bracco was a clear standout in a 4-3 victory. His assist on the game winning goal was extremely impressive:
Bracco sets up Lachuk to give Windsor a 4-3 lead. pic.twitter.com/a0yeWldVUH— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) May 29, 2017
Leafs prospect Bracco hits the junior trifecta. U18 WJC gold, U20 WJC gold, and a Memorial Cup.— (((Corey Pronman))) (@coreypronman) May 29, 2017
Jeremy Bracco and the Windsor Spitfires are Memorial Cup Champions. pic.twitter.com/JZNwCxgRia— Scott Wheeler (@scottcwheeler) May 29, 2017
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Ever-confident Leafs prospect Jeremy Bracco using experience for Memorial Cup edge - Pension Plan Puppets
It’s easy being Jeremy Bracco.
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From The Branches
Mark Hunter knows Robert Thomas well. Could the Leafs take another member of the London Knights in the first round?
After losing in the first round of the OHL playoffs, the Spitfires beat the odds against Dylan Strome and the Erie Otters.
Game one of the Stanley Cup Finals gets started at 8:00 PM Eastern tonight, with the first two games being held in Pittsburgh. Personally, I’d like to see P.K. Subban and the Nashville Predators lift the cup.
Enjoy your day.