It was a tough week for captain Travis Barron‘s Ottawa 67s as they lost a trio of road games in two and a half days and only picking up one point in the process. In the middle game against the Flint Firebirds, Barron tried to will his team to victory by scoring two goals and peppering the net with nine shots on goal. Ottawa is a young team and will have a lot of ups and downs again but Barron is off to a good start with four points in five games.
Avs 2nd year prospect Travis Barron's 2nd goal of the night:https://t.co/YmgA4LzRIY
— Nathan Rudolph (@AvalancheReview) October 1, 2017
If you haven’t heard, the Avalanche have added a new prospect to the stable in training camp invite Ty Lewis from the Brandon Wheat Kings. After a strong camp he signed his ELC with the Avs on Monday, October 2nd. The 5’11 177lb left wing is off to a blistering start in the WHL registering ten points in four games.
With expectation that the Avs will announce his signing soon here is a little taste of what Ty Lewis can do.https://t.co/qMcMsXOKzC
— Nathan Rudolph (@AvalancheReview) October 3, 2017
Shoutout to Josh Anderson for this beauty of an assist on a pretty stretch pass in 3-0 victory over the weekend, the first of the year for Prince George. Anderson added another assist and was named first star in last night’s win as well.
2nd year Avs D prospect Josh Anderson with a nice stretch pass for his first point of the season:https://t.co/Kc2vj1CQoi
— Nathan Rudolph (@AvalancheReview) October 2, 2017
The NCAA was in exhibition last weekend and Cam Morrison did what he does best by cleaning up near the net. The real action gets going this weekend, all on Saturday, October 6th for Cale Makar, Denis Smirnov and Morrison.
That will do it for the 1st 20 minutes of play, teams are tied 1-1 after Team USA added a 5-on-3 PP goal.
📽️ Morrison's goal pic.twitter.com/W0t342caVA
— Notre Dame Hockey (@NDHockey) October 1, 2017
Finally on to the CHL rankings. Regina is the big loser here after going 2-2-1 to begin the season and thus booted off the list. Greyhounds holding strong in the ten spot with a 3-1-1 record.
#CHL Announces Week 3 Top-10 Rankings:
1-VIC (Q), 2-OS, 3-MJ, 4-QUE, 5-VIC (W), 6-POR, 7-BLB, 8-KEL, 9-HAL, 10-SSM.
Honours: FLNT, SC, ROU pic.twitter.com/Y8aftJuLcu
— CanadianHockeyLeague (@CHLHockey) October 4, 2017
Nothing on the television schedule yet but we’ll keep you posted when any prospect games can be viewed.