The 2015 draft class had a very strong week as we take a look at the Jets prospects in this weeks update.
Though they only ended up winning one of the two games the Moose finally began to show signs of offensive ability scoring three goals in both games and outshooting the Wolves 67 to 43.
Chase De Leo and Joel Armia both put up a goal and an assist.
Scott Kosmachuk scored one goal.
Josh Morrissey, Austen Brassard, J.C. Lipon and Brenden Kichton all added one assist.
Connor Hellebuyck had a rare poor outing allowing five goals on 19 shots, and Eric Comrie managed to get his first professional win stopping 22 of 24 shots he faced.
Brendan Lemieux returned from his lengthy suspension and scored a power play goal in his only game of the week.
Matteo Gennaro was held pointless in three games played.
After a bit of a slow start and some time off due to sickness, Jansen Harkins had a strong Subway Series for team WHL scoring a goal in each game. He also had a goal and two assists in three games played for the Prince George Cougars.
Micheal Spacek got back to his scoring ways with two goals and an assist in three games played.
Nelson Nogier had one assist in three games played.
Mason Appleton scored one goal and added an assist in his only game of the weekend.
Jack Roslovic factored in on four of Miami’s five goals scored this weekend with a goal and three assists in two games.
C.J. Franklin had no points in two games played.
Kyle Connor scored two goals in Michigan’s only game of the weekend.
Erik Foley had no points in two games played.
Tucker Poolman returned from injury and scored one assist in two games.
Jack Glover had one assist in two games played.
Matt Ustaski and Tanner Lane did not play this weekend.
Jamie Phillips picked up a shutout win and one loss on the weekend stopping 44 of 46 shots.
Sami Niku and Pavel Kraskovsky both had no points in three games played for their respective teams.
Ivan Telegin scored one goal in three games played.
Marcus Karlstrom had one assist in two games played.