ORR Adam Erne (1) (Seth Jones, Laurent Dauphin) 3:39
|ORR Laurent Dauphin (1) 4:07|
|ORR Nicolas Petan (1) (Anthony Duclair, Oliver Bjorkstrand) 7:24|
Spencer Martin 16/16
Philippe Desrosiers 4/4
Zachary Fucale 17/20
Tristan Jarry 16/16
1. Laurent Dauphin C - Got a chance to play in the game when Hunter Shinkaruk was out with the flu and made the most of it. Tallied a goal and an assist and play very well with Quebec Remparts Adam Erne and Nick Sorensen. Most dangerous line of the night, at least early on. Dauphin played a well rounded game did a little bit of everything helping Team Orr to victory. This game at least put him on the map for the 2013 Draft.
2. Nikita Zadorov D - Very impressed with the way Zadorov played defense tonight. Won a lot of battles, threw some bone jarring hits, all while being composed with the puck. Between Zadorov and Seth Jones, Team Cherry was locked out of the Team Orr zone for most of the night. If Zadorov can find any comfort in his shooting, he could become a top 15 pick, but as it is, I have him ranked to go in the bottom end of the first round.
1. Ryan Hartman RW - Hartman did what he could to try and get some emotion on his team's side by starting the game hitting and then getting into a scrap, but Team Orr defense was just impenetrable. Hartman rode shotgun with the Nathan McKinnon/Jonathan Drouin combo, but had very few good looks on the Team Orr net. Hartman may have a future as a pest/moderate scorer/ 2nd or 3rd line type player type. Plenty of character in this player who represented Team USA at the World Junior Championships and won gold.
2. Tristan Jarry G - The goaltenders were the stars for Team Cherry. Zach Fucale started and eventually could hold back the pressure of Team Orr, while Jarry faced the same pressure and stood up to it making all of his saves even though there were a few hairy moments. Jarry was the player that likely improved his stock the most in this game as he doesn't get the chance to start a lot with the Edmonton Oil Kings with Laurent Brossoit getting the majority of the games. Jarry proved tonight that its just not the Edmonton Oil Kings' defense that is the reason for his miniscule numbers this season.