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Three Stars: April 24, 2019

 

1ST STAR: TYE FELHABER (OTTAWA 67’s):
Dallas Stars prospect Tye Felhaber recorded another two-goal outing, tying things up with 34 seconds left in regulation before netting the game winner 20 seconds into overtime as the Ottawa 67’s were crowned Eastern Conference Champions. The Barber Poles defeated the Oshawa Generals 2-1 to take a 4-0 series sweep as Felhaber stretched his point streak to nine games for a total of 21 playoff points (11-10–21) over 12 contests. The 20-year-old from Pembroke, Ont. has 31 points (15-16–31) in as many career playoff contests. He scored 59 goals and put up 109 points over 68 games this past season. Felhaber signed an NHL contract with the Dallas Stars in March.
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2ND STAR: COLE PERFETTI (SAGINAW SPIRIT):
Rookie winger Cole Perfetti continues to impress, scoring twice on Wednesday as the Saginaw Spirit took a 4-1 win in Guelph. The Spirit took a 3-1 series lead over the Storm as two of Perfetti’s six shots on goal went into the net, giving him eight goals and 14 points over 13 playoff contests. The 17-year-old Whitby, Ont. product had a remarkable rookie season, setting a new franchise single season record for rookies with 37 goals. The fifth overall pick of the 2018 OHL Priority Selection has points in four straight contests as the Spirit are on the brink of winning their first Western Conference title in franchise history.
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3RD STAR: KYLE KEYSER (OSHAWA GENERALS):
Boston Bruins prospect Kyle Keyser battled to the end, turning aside 42 shots as the Oshawa Generals suffered a 2-1 overtime loss to the visiting Ottawa 67’s. Keyser and the Generals see their season come to an end after the 20-year-old posted an 8-7 record with a 2.83 goals-against average and .925 save percentage over 15 contests in the 2019 OHL Playoffs. Keyser played the last four seasons in the OHL, compiling a record of 71-40-7-0 with a 3.19 goals-against average and .903 save percentage over 137 regular season games. The Coral Springs, Fla. native won silver with the United States at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship.
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