A pair of rookie forwards scored their first career OHL goal on Thursday night. Check out those accomplishments right here!
MASON PRIMEAU (GUELPH STORM):
Liam Hawel made a nice pass and Mason Primeau took care of the rest, scoring his first career OHL goal at Budweiser Gardens in London on Thursday. The Storm lost 7-4, but Primeau’s first goal was a thing of beauty as he picked the low corner on London’s Joseph Raaymakers. The son of former OHL standout and long-time NHL forward Wayne Primeau, Mason was Guelph’s second round pick in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection from the Toronto Nationals Minor Midgets.
ANTHONY TABAK (SUDBURY WOLVES):
Rookie forward Anthony Tabak got involved in the ample scoring in Barrie on Thursday as the Wolves took an 8-2 win over their division rival. Tabak picked up a rebound off the pad of Barrie’s Leo Lazarev and put the puck in the back of the net 3:15 into the third period. A 15-year-old native of Oakville, Ont., Tabak was Sudbury’s third round pick in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection from the Mississauga Senators Minor Midgets.