With two goals and an assist, Victoriaville’s Pascal Laberge was named player of the game in Team Orr’s 3-2 come-from-behind victory over Team Cherry. Cape Breton’s Pierre-Luc Dubois added a goal and two assists.
Though held pointless, Luke Green had a good game on defense in the Team Orr victory. Paired with Jake Bean, Green started the game and was praised a few times throughout the broadcast. His friendship with goaltender Evan Fitzpatrick was mentioned several times as well.
Luke Green and Team Orr MVP Pascal Laberge after the #CHLTopProspectsGame. #OctagonHockey pic.twitter.com/6fGGZKLVgh— Allan Walsh (@walsha) January 29, 2016
In other news…
- The Sea Dogs were an honourable mention in the CHL Top 10 Rankings again this week. Weirdly, Moncton, who still sits ahead of Saint John in the standings, was not ranked or mentioned.
- Former Sea Dogs forward Oliver Cooper has been named captain of the Charlottetown Islanders. Cooper replaces Quinn O’Brien who suffered a season ending injury.
- Here’s Dylan Wells of the Peterborough Petes interviewing Luke Green.
- It’s been fairly quiet on the 2017 Memorial Cup hosting front, which will be in an OHL city (it appeared to be heading to the QMJHL at one time). Windsor officially expressed some interest this week. The Spitfires bid on both the 2011 and 2014 tournaments but lost.
- The Sea Dogs return to action tonight when they take on the Oceanic in Rimouski at 8:30 p.m.
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