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  2010 CJHL Prospects Series
                 
1 Team East 9
2 Team West 2

ResultsEdit

Game Visitors Goals Home Team Goals
1 Team East 2 Team West 1
2 Team East 7 Team West 1

The CJHL Prospects Teams played a two-game total goal series.

Game 1Edit

Team East defeated Team West 2-1 in a shootout to capture Game One of the 2010 CJHL Prospects Event on Tuesday night, December 7th, in Dauphin, Manitoba. Austin Adduono opened the scoring for Team West at the 11:15 mark of the first period, assisted by Eric Walker. Shortly after, Team East replied at 13:13 with a powerplay goal by Darcy GreenAway from Charles Power and Brian Bunnett. The game would remain tied at one throughout regulation. Luke Juha scored the game winning shootout goal for Team East.

Players of the Game
Team East Evan Rodrigues
Team West Jason Kasdorf


Game 2Edit

Wednesday night in Dauphin, Team East defeated Team West 7-1 to capture the President's Cup. Seven different players scored for Team East, who held period leads of 4-0 and 6-1. Brody Luhning, from Luke Madill and Mitch Van Teeling, replied for Team West.

Players of the Game
Team East Darcy GreenAway
Team West Sam Jardine


Player StatsEdit

Team EastEdit

Player Team League
Goalies
Charles Grant Yarmouth Mariners Maritime Junior Hockey League
Jason Pucciarelli Orangeville Flyers Ontario Junior Hockey League
Defensemen
Philippe Archambault (I) Laval Rousseau Sports Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League
Ben Hutton Kemptville 73's Central Hockey League
Luke Juha Burlington Cougars Ontario Junior Hockey League
Mark Luzar Burlington Cougars Ontario Junior Hockey League
Brennan Serville Stouffville Spirit Ontario Junior Hockey League
Kevin Tansey Cumberland Grads Central Hockey League
Forwards
Jesse Beamish (I) St. Michael's Buzzers Ontario Junior Hockey League
Brian Bunnett Wellington Dukes Ontario Junior Hockey League
Mitchell Deruelles Weeks Crushers Maritime Junior Hockey League
Darcy GreenAway Wellington Dukes Ontario Junior Hockey League
Jason Lacroix Sudbury Jr. Wolves Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League
Charles Power Granby Inouk Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League
Brent Norris Nepean Raiders Central Hockey League
Matt Peca Pembroke Lumber Kings Central Hockey League
Kyle Rankin Kanata Stallions Central Hockey League
Evan Rodrigues Georgetown Raiders Ontario Junior Hockey League
Braedan Russell Oakville Blades Ontario Junior Hockey League
Scott Wilson Georgetown Raiders Ontario Junior Hockey League
Replacements
Curtis Leonard Wellington Dukes Ontario Junior Hockey League
Kyle Dutra Upper Canada Patriots Ontario Junior Hockey League
Head Coach
Marlin Murray Dauphin Kings Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Assistant Coach
Bruce Helgeson Dauphin Kings Manitoba Junior Hockey League

(I) injured, did not play
Note: Local coaches used.

Team WestEdit

Player Team League
Goalies
Jason Kasdorf Portage Terriers Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Jan Obernesser Brooks Bandits Alberta Junior Hockey League
Defensemen
Sam Jardine Camrose Kodiaks Alberta Junior Hockey League
Michael King (GAME 1) Westside Warriors British Columbia Hockey League
Brody Luhning Battlefords North Stars Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
Luke Madill Drayton Valley Thunder Alberta Junior Hockey League
Josh Roach Humboldt Broncos Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
Eric Walker Trail Smoke Eaters British Columbia Hockey League
Forwards
Austin Adduono Wisconsin Mustangs Superior International Junior Hockey League
Joey Baker Trail Smoke Eaters British Columbia Hockey League
T.J. Constant OCN Blizzard Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Mitchell Deacon (I) Coquitlam Express British Columbia Hockey League
Madison Dias Victoria Grizzlies British Columbia Hockey League
Lucas Froese Melville Millionaires Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
Shane Gingera Winnipeg Saints Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Aaron Hadley Vernon Vipers British Columbia Hockey League
Kyle Hall Battlefords North Stars Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
Sam Mellor Trail Smoke Eaters British Columbia Hockey League
Destry Straight Coquitlam Express British Columbia Hockey League
Mitch Van Teeling Dauphin Kings Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Replacement
Brent Wold Portage Terriers Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Landon Hall (GAME 2) Dauphin Kings Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Head Coach
Marc Berry Dauphin Kings Manitoba Junior Hockey League
Assistant Coach
Steve Bray Dauphin Kings Manitoba Junior Hockey League

(I) injured, did not play
Note: Local coaches used.

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