FORT McMURRAY, Alta. – Team Red’s top line had another big night on Sunday en route to an 8-2 victory over Team White on the final day of Hockey Canada’s National Junior Team Development Camp.
Saint John Sea Dogs forward Jonathan Huberdeau had a pair of goals and an assist, Mark Stone two goals and three assists, and Ryan Johansen a goal and an assist.
“Those two guys are great players, top-five picks in the National Hockey League,” Stone said of his linemates to the Canadian Press. “I just had to come in here, not change anything from what I did this season. Being paired with those two, it was great chemistry.”
The intra-sqaud game ended a productive camp for Huberdeau who also scored and added an assist in Saturday’s match at Rexall Place. Nathan Beaulieu, the only other Sea Dog at the camp, was held pointless for the second straight night.
Team White won Saturday’s contest 5-4.
Also scoring on Sunday at Fort McMurray’s Casmen Centre was Matthew Petgrave, Shawinigan’s Michael Bournival, Victoriaville’s Phillip Danault, Patrick Holland, and Michael Sgarbossa.
Louis Domingue and Mark Visenten split time in net for Team Red again while Scott Wedgewood and Tyler Bunz played for Team White.
The next step for the Team Canada hopefuls will be this fall’s Subway Super Series games followed by Selection Camp in December.