Jason Robertson‘s run of dominance across OHL gamesheets continues.
The Niagara IceDogs forward picked up two assists in Friday’s 6-4 road win over the North Bay Battalion to surpass the 100-point milestone on the season and in doing so, recorded the 300th point of his OHL career.
Robertson joined OHL scoring leader Morgan Frost of the Soo Greyhounds and overage veteran Kevin Hancock of the London Knights in the league’s 100-point club while following Frost, Kyle Maksimovich (Ottawa 67’s) and Nick Suzuki (Guelph Storm) as the fourth player this season to earn 300-point status.
A second round pick of the Dallas Stars in 2017, Robertson has led the OHL in shots on goal in each of the past two seasons and currently sits fifth in that category with 262 to his credit. The 19-year-old from Northville, Mich. has 101 points (42-59–101) over 54 games between Niagara and Kingston this season.
Robertson’s OHL career includes 301 points (143-158–301) over 244 career regular season games, with 46 of his goals coming on the power play. He recently hit the 40-goal plateau for the third straight season.
The 6-foot-2, 200Ib flank recently won silver with the United States at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship where he recorded seven points (1-6–7) in as many games.
Robertson becomes the first Niagara IceDogs player to record 100 points in a season since Ryan Strome (33-73–106) last did it in 2010-11. He’s the first IceDogs player to register his 300th career point since Andrew Agozzino accomplished the feat in 2011-12.