They haven't had any contract talks and even though Merrill said he wanted to wait until the end of the academic year everyone assumes he will stay for his junior year. They are putting a lot of pressure on him but I guess that comes with associating with people/dickheads. /rant
"You got two world junior goaltenders, so that's a great story -- a great side story," Spott said. "These kids are world-class goaltenders. They're both going to be NHL goaltenders. That's definitely a treat."
Wedgewood, whose first playoff start was a 70-save gem in a losing cause against Windsor two years ago, points to his experience as being a difference between him and the quick-learning Gibson.
"Goaltending's huge in a playoff series," he said. "I've always kind of lived for this part of year. It's the most fun and a lot of pressure and you can't make too many mistakes."
Will be real interesting to follow his development, now in the OHL playoffs and then presumably in the AHL next season.