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10-04-2011, 07:50 PM
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Jets CHL Prospects Report for Wednesday, October 5

Jets CHL Prospects Report for Wednesday, October 5

Oshawa Generals 2 Belleville Bulls 4

Austen Brassard assists on the Bulls second goal, gets 2 PIM and goes +1 for the night.

Dylan Corson put the Bulls ahead with his first goal since back on March 5th, 2010. Corson's second career marker came off a great play by linemate Austen Brassard, who swatted down an airbourne feed from Danny Elser at the Oshawa blueline, eventually dishing to Corson to swatted a knuckler over the shoulder of Altshuller. The goal was also Elser's first point as a Belleville Bull as the former London Knight suited up for the first time since a September 7th exhibition game where he separated his shoulder.
Bulls Twiter Feed
Bulls and Gens tied at one after twenty. Luke Judson for Belleville, Nicklas Jensen scores with four seconds left for Oshawa.
Shots on goal knotted at 15 after one period. Gennies outdo Bulls in the faceoff circle 10-8.
Bulls lead Oshawa 3-2 after two. Quick goals by Corson and Judson before Boone Jenner brought it back to within one. Shots 30-25
Bulls enter third period with a one goal lead on Oshawa. John Chartrand looking stellar in goal.
Adam Payerl and Sebastian Uvira continue their early season rivalry with a round of fisticuf
Bulls close out a 4-2 victory as Brendan Gaunce adds a shorthanded marker at 12:56. Bulls now 3-3 on the year. Kingston at the Yard on Sat.

Lethbridge Hurricanes 2 Moose Jaw Warriors 3

Kendall McFaull scores the games opening goal, gets zero PIM and finishes the game even.

“We still have a lot of young guys in the lineup,” said Warriors captain Kendall McFaull. “Good teams find ways to win no matter what. We haven’t been playing our best sometimes, but I like what I saw in the first period. If we can play like that consistently, it will be great.

“Things are looking good. We’ve improved a lot since the first game against Brandon.”

The Moose Jaw Warriors success Wednesday was started by the defence. McFaull scored his first of the season and then Morgan Rielly scored a highlight reel goal to put the Warriors ahead 2-0 after 20 minutes.
Warriors Twiter Feed
Warriors up 2-1 near 10 minute mark of the 2nd!
All tied at 2 after 2! Look out 3rd period!
Warriors go on penalty kill. 9 mins left and still tied at 2!
Make that a shorthanded goal!!! Warriors up 3-2!! Aschim scores!
Warriors on the powerplay. 5 mins left. Up 3-2.
3 minutes left!! Time to be on the edge of your seats!!
Lethbridge pulls goalie! 35 seconds left!
That's the game folks! Warriors win 3-2!! Make sure to be here Friday night!!

Tri-City Americans 3 Kelowna Rockets 4

Zach Yuen scores two goals, the last on the power play, gets no penalties and plays even for the game.

As the game neared the midway point, though, Tri-City finally got on the scoreboard. Breaking in on Rockets’ netminder, Adam Brown, Adam Hughesman fed Zachary Yuen as the third man high, whose shot from the top of the left circle beat Brown over his glove, making it a 3-1 game.

With only 1:18 gone of the third period, Tri-City pulled back to within two following Michal Plutnar’s shot from the slot. Then, almost eight minutes later, and on the power play, Yuen connected for a second time, again beating Brown high over his glove.
Tri-City Twiter Feed
Americans 0 at Kelowna 1 (Baillie) after 1. Shots 11-10 Kelowna
Americans 1 (Yuen) at Kelowna 4 after 2 periods. Shots 22-20 Rockets.
Americans 3 at Kelowna 4 with 9:56 left in the 3rd. Goals by Plutnar and Feser.
Final Americans 3 at Kelowna 4. Goals by Yuen (2) and Plutnar.
Yuen Nets Two But Americans' Come-Back Falls Short vs. Kelowna

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