Monday, March 16, 2009

Having a Seat Over There: Recruit Updates

Oakville and Georgetown are headed for a Game 7 in the OJHL Playoffs. Oakville was up 3-1 in the series, but it will be headed back to Georgetown tied at 3 apiece after Georgetown got out to a 3-0 lead and held on for a 4-3 win tonight. Lindsay Sparks has scored in each of the last two games in losing efforts.

Lee Moffie is on a 4-game point streak with a 2-4--6 line. The game before the streak started, he was -5 and had 9 PIMs in an 11-0 loss to Green Bay. Ouch. For the year he has 7-27--34 in 46 games and is -7 with 81 PIMs. Waterloo remains in fourth place in the East Division (only 7 points back over first in the league). They should be good to go to make the playoffs. They've been pretty close to unbeatable at home (21-4-1, which is actually the best home record in the league) but haven't fared very well on the road.

Hotchkiss went 11-2-2 over their last 15 to finish out the year 14-7-2. So yeah, good job Derek Deblois and Mac Bennett. I'd imagine there's a tournament in there somewhere, but I haven't found anything on it.

Chris Summers's little brother Patrick will be with the NTDP U-17 team for the rest of the season as the backup to Jack Campbell.

AJ Treais and Jeremy Morin are now tied for the U-18 team lead in points, with 39.

Jack Campbell is within striking distance of the best single-season goals against average in the history of the NTDP. He has a 2.17 at the moment. Jeff Frazee's 2.13 is the best ever. He's solidly in second place, however. The second place goalie had a 2.30. Also, his .916 save percentage would tie Frazee for the 4th best in program history. His four shutouts are the second most in a single season. And he needs just three more wins to move into the top five all-time for a single season. Pretty impressive stuff out of our future goalie.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hotchkiss didn't make the tournament. Their early season stumbles when Bennett was injured cost them in the end, and they didn't make the post-season tournament.