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Three Stars: March 3, 2019

 

1ST STAR: NICK SUZUKI (GUELPH STORM):
Montreal Canadiens prospect Nick Suzuki racked up a career-high six points, scoring twice while adding four assists as the Guelph Storm trounced the rival Kitchener Rangers 8-4 on the road. Suzuki and the Storm swirled out to an 8-1 lead just beyond the midway point of action as he scored both of his goals in the second period. His red hot pace continued as he stretched his current point streak to eight games, amassing 23 points (5-18–23) in that span. Suzuki has 86 points (32-54–86) over 53 games between Guelph and Owen Sound this season, contributing to a total of 320 (139-181–320) over his OHL career. Suzuki’s six points are the most by a Storm player since Tyler Bertuzzi in November 2014.
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2ND STAR: NATE SCHNARR (GUELPH STORM):
Right there with Suzuki, Arizona Coyotes prospect Nate Schnarr put together a career-high five point outing with a hat-trick and two assists before a hometown crowd. Schnarr opened the scoring with a pair of goals before completing his hat-trick midway through the second period. The 6-foot-3 right-winger leads the Storm with 96 points (31-65–96) over 59 games this season along with a team-high plus-43 rating. The 20-year-old from Waterloo, Ont. was Guelph’s third round pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection. He was Arizona’s third round pick in 2017.
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3RD STAR: CHRISTIAN PROPP (NORTH BAY BATTALION):
Christian Propp turned in a 46-save performance as the North Bay Battalion picked up a much-needed two points, defeating the rival Sudbury Wolves 4-2 on home ice. Propp helped the Troops end a three-game slide as they remain within the Eastern Conference playoff picture, tied with Hamilton for seventh place. The Battalion was outshot 48-30 in the win as Propp turned aside 18 of 19 in the third period. The 19-year-old from Milton, Ont. improves to 22-22-2-0 on the season with a 4.00 goals-against average and .893 save percentage. Originally Barrie’s fifth round pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection, Propp attended rookie camp with the Pittsburgh Penguins in September.
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