1ST STAR: JAKE DURHAM (FLINT FIREBIRDS):
It was a big day for the Flint Firebirds, who earned their first win in a 7-4 defeat of the visiting Sarnia Sting behind Jake Durham‘s first OHL hat-trick. Durham potted a pair of first period markers before completing the trio on the power play with 1:02 left in the second period. Durham’s hat-trick gives him a total of 13 points (7-6–13) over 18 games in this, his third OHL season. The 19-year-old native of Port Perry, Ont. recorded his second straight three-point effort to extend his current point streak to four games. He was originally a seventh round pick of the Hamilton Bulldogs in 2015.
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2ND STAR: TYE FELHABER (OTTAWA 67’s):
The goals keep coming for Tye Felhaber, who extended his scoring streak to five games in a 6-4 Ottawa 67’s win over visiting Kingston on Wednesday. Felhaber brought his goal-scoring total to a league-leading 21 in Ottawa’s seventh straight win. His 34 points (21-13–34) are second in the OHL this season. A 20-year-old native of Pembroke, Ont., Felhaber is in his fifth OHL season and has eclipsed the century mark in both career goals and assists, producing 210 points (107-103–210) over 263 games.
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3RD STAR: JASON ROBERTSON (KINGSTON FRONTENACS):
The Kingston Frontenacs were outdone in Ottawa on Wednesday, but star forward Jason Robertson netted his third hat-trick of the season in the 6-4 loss. Robertson helped Kingston narrow the gap after falling behind 2-0 early, scoring a goal in each period to bring his season total to 19 tallies. The Dallas Stars prospect has recorded 28 points (19-9–28) over 20 games this season. He’s collected 228 career points (120-108–228) over 210 career OHL contests, all with Kingston.
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