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10-27-2011, 09:28 PM
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Jets CHL Prospects Report for Friday, October 28

Jets CHL Prospects Report for Friday, October 28

Barrie Colts 3 Brampton Battalion 4

Mark Scheifele, BAR; G-1, A-1, Plus/Minus +1, PIM-4;
Mark gets a slashing penalty at 4:18 of the second, then is given an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty as soon as he leaves the penalty box. A little over a minute after he finishes serving his second penalty he assists on Barrie's first goal scored by Gregg Sutch.
Mark scores his first OHL goal of the season at 11:44 of the third to put the Colts up 3-2.

Ivan Telegin, BAR; G-0, A-1, Plus/Minus +1, PIM-0;
Ivan suits up for his first game since October 1 and earns an assist on Scheifele's goal.

TELEGIN BACK IN THE SADDLE: Colts import forward Ivan Telegin returned to the lineup last night after missing seven games with unspecified lower body injury. Telegin, who had not played since Oct. 1 against Peterborough, played left wing on a line with centre Mark Scheifele and Gregg Sutch.

Erie Otters 2 Kitchener Rangers 4

Cody Sol, KIT; G-0, A-0, Plus/Minus +2, PIM-0
Cody doesn't earn any points or penalties tonight, but finishes with a solid +2.

Julian Melchiori, KIT, BAR; G-0, A-0, Plus/Minus +2, PIM-2
Julian's lone contribute to the score sheet is a boarding penalty in the first period.

Belleville Bulls 1 Oshawa Generals 5

Austen Brassard, BEL; G-1, A-0, Plus/Minus -2, PIM-0
Austen scores the Bulls lone goal on the PP at 17:24 of the third period.

If there was a positive note for the Bulls on Friday, it was Austen Brassard's goal at 17:24 on the powerplay, ending Altshuller's shutout bid and snapping and 0 for 12 skid on the man advantage. Brassard capitalized on the hard work of linemate Scott Simmonds off the faceoff, collecting a scrambly goal in the goalmouth.

Moose Jaw Warriors 8 Brandon Wheat Kings 4

Kendall McFaull, MJ; misses his 4th game of the season

Defenceman Dylan McIlrath (upper body) missed his second straight game and captain Kendall McFaull (lower body) missed his fourth straight game. Both will skate this morning and then a decision will be made if either or both will dress Saturday against the Regina Pats at Mosaic Place.

Medicine Hat Tigers 2 Swift Current Broncos 3

Adam Lowry,SC; G-0, A-3, Plus/Minus 0, PIM-0
Adam earns an assist on each of the Broncos goals; first on Reece Scarlett's PP goal at 18:30 of the opening period, then on Coda Gordon's PP goal at 2:31 of the second and again on Taylor Vause's PP goal 17 seconds into the third period.

Adam Lowry, who assisted on all three Bronco goals, admitted getting into the win column two nights in a row is an important confidence booster for the club.

“Tonight was huge. It’s our first back-to-back wins of the season. I know we’ve been consistently having one good game, and then a couple of letdowns,” Lowry said.

“I think being able to secure four points out of the six so far is huge for us.”

The Broncos entered the game with the league’s second best powerplay, operating at 31.3 per cent over their first 14 games, and Lowry said they were certainly feeling confident on the man advantage against the Tigers.

“I just think we’re just moving the puck and putting it on net, especially with our powerplay. We got away from that for a couple of games. Tonight we were going to the net. Scarlett had a great shot on the first one, and then it was a pretty good play on the second one for Gordon to score. I think that’s when we’re the best is when we’re just moving the puck effectively and shooting it on net.”

Adam Lowry also recorded a three-point game which brings him to his third of the season and fifth of his WHL career.

Gordon and Lowry are both on four-game point streaks, while Taylor Vause and Reece Scarlett are on three-game point streaks.

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