LUNA LUNA, Ont. – Shane Wright scored first but his Red Team could not hold the head, losing 3-1 to Team White in the 2022 Kubota CHL / NHL Top Prospects Game on Wednesday.
The museum is a perfect opportunity for senior members of the Canadian Hockey League to show off their skills ahead of the July NHL entry tournament.
Wright, an 18 -year -old center for the Ontario Hockey League’s Kingston Frontenacs, conceded Red’s only goal of 3:43 in the game, quickly revealing why he is the top scorer in the United States.
Jagger Firkus (Western Hockey League’s Moose Jaw Warriors) and Jake Karabela (OHL’s Guelph Storm) were drafted and received a grant for White. Nathan Guacher (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Quebec Remparts) finished off the score.
Tyler Brennan (WHL’s Prince George Cougars) made three saves in under 30 minutes of action for Team White before being rested by Mason Beaupit (WHL’s Spokane Chiefs), who cut 16 shots. where he stood.
Red’s Ivan Zhigalov (QMJHL’s Sherbrooke Phoenix) recorded 13 saves before being replaced by Reid Dyck (WHL’s Swift Current Broncos) in the middle of the second. Dyck deleted all 23 photos he had taken.
The Top Prospects game was deleted last year due to COVID-19.