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Three Stars: September 30, 2018

 

1ST STAR: TYE FELHABER (OTTAWA 67’s):
Overage winger Tye Felhaber scored a pair of big goals in Hamilton, giving the 67’s a 3-2 lead with 5:03 left in the second period before later netting the game winner just nine seconds into overtime. Felhaber’s first came as he stripped a Hamilton defender at the offensive blue line, fighting off a pair of opponents to slip a shot past Nick Donofrio. The overtime goal saw Felhaber gain the puck as he crossed the blue line, zig-zagging through a pair of Bulldogs to snap a release into the back of the net, giving Ottawa its second straight 4-3 win. The OT goal gives Felhaber 90 on his OHL career as the former first round pick is five games into his fifth season.
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2ND STAR: SERRON NOEL (OSHAWA GENERALS):
Making his second appearance of the young season on the Three Star selections, Florida Panthers prospect Serron Noel had another three-point showing in Oshawa’s 7-5 home opening win over North Bay. Yet another high-scoring affair early on in 2018-19, the Generals recovered from a 2-0 deficit as Noel hammered home a one-timer with five minutes left in the first to knot things at two. His second of the night came midway through the second frame as he stripped a Battalion defender in the neutral zone, beating his partner to the net on a breakaway as he slipped a backhand deke through the legs of Christian Purboo. Noel pulls into a tie for the OHL lead in goals with six through his first four games of the season. Linemate Jack Studnicka receives an honourable mention, recording four points for his part in the trio of Noel-Studnicka and McShane’s success.
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3RD STAR: JUSTIN BRAZEAU (NORTH BAY BATTALION):
Recording his third career hat-trick in a losing cause, Battalion captain Justin Brazeau is the third star of Sunday’s action. The 6-foot-6 winger opened the scoring with a pair of goals in the opening 10 minutes of action before adding a third 2:35 before the expiration of the first period. Brazeau accounted for five of North Bay’s eight goals on an 0-3 weekend, bringing his career total to 72 over 205 regular season games. The New Liskeard, Ont. native attended training camp with the San Jose Sharks last month.
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