- Kudos to LLK, had a great game. PG outshot the Americans and he held strong.
- Mychan took on two guys in a fight. For real. It was at the other end of the rink from where I sit, so I didn't even see the 2nd guy, I was confused what the additional 5 for fighting was. But I figured it out pretty quick. Mychan also had a Gordie Howe hat trick, a great game overall. Coach was saying on the post-game show that he's finally getting to where he (and the team) wanted him to be coming back from the injury. Doctors said it would be mid-December, early January when he'd be back to where he was last season. It's good to see he's doing well.
- I thought Parker Bowles and his game deserved a star too, but they only give out three and those three were well deserved. Don't worry Parker, you're a rookie, I see lots of stars in your future.
- Did I mention how great the Plutnar goal was? Kid can shoot. He had another outstanding game.
- And Iron Man Justin Feser. Three hundred consecutive games. Consecutive. Three HUNDRED. That's a big accomplishment.
“Things just kind of fell into place for me tonight,” said Feser, who ranks second all-time in the WHL behind Dwayne Newman, who played 311 consecutive games (1988-92). “My linemates (Malte Strömwall and Jesse Mychan) created chances for me.”
[...]“We need that one,” said Tri-City coach Jim Hiller, who picked up his 170th win behind the Americans’ bench. “Two games in a row we lost at home. You have to come back and make a statement. There were a lot of shots on goal and we found the net early.” (Herald)