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Three Stars: March 1, 2020

 

1ST STAR: JEAN-LUC FOUDY (WINDSOR SPITFIRES) – 2G, 2A
NHL Draft prospect Jean-Luc Foudy’s four-point night played a hand in his Windsor Spitfire’s 10-2 offensive surge over the Kingston Frontenacs. The 17-year-old centreman opened the game’s scoring and was successful on a penalty shot midway through the final frame to bring the score up to 7-2. He also registered assists on a pair of goals from fellow NHL Draft hopeful Will Cuylle. The Scarborough native holds a collective 41 points through 56 games in his second OHL season. Foudy, younger brother of London Knight skater and Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Liam Foudy, was drafted 10th overall by the Spits in the 2018 OHL Priority Selection. Gearing up to hear his name called by an NHL club this summer, he was ranked 20th among his fellow North American skaters in NHL Central Scouting’s Midterm Draft Rankings.
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2ND STAR: NICK ROBERTSON (PETERBOROUGH PETES) – 3G
Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Nick Robertson became the first OHL player hit reach 50 goals this season when he completed his second hat-trick of the year, fueling the Peterborough Petes’ 6-1 takedown of the Barrie Colts. The 18-year-old native of Northville, Mich. netted two in a row for a 2-1 Petes lead before earning a third shorthanded early in the third frame as the game’s final scorer. He boasts a league-high 50 goals as part of a 76-point total through 43 games and is the first Pete to reach the milestone in 27 years. Robertson was the 16th overall pick of the Petes at the 2017 OHL Priority Selection and a second round selection of the Toronto Maple Leafs at last year’s NHL Draft. He is the younger brother of Jason Robertson, a Niagara IceDogs graduate and current member of the AHL’s Texas Stars.
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3RD STAR: BRANDON COE (NORTH BAY BATTALION) – 3G
NHL Draft hopeful Brandon Coe posted his first OHL hat-trick in a 5-2 North Bay Battalion win past the Niagara IceDogs Sunday afternoon. The 18-year-old product of Ajax scored back-to-back markers in the second period to claim a 3-2 lead and later added a third goal on the empty net. His fourth three-point showing of the season lifts him to 55 points (23-32—55) over 57 games. Coe was selected third overall by the Troops at the 2017 OHL Priority Selection and ranked 47th among North Americans by NHL Central Scouting in January’s Midterm Draft Rankings.
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