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Three Stars: November 30, 2018

 

1ST STAR: BRETT NEUMANN (KINGSTON FRONTENACS):
Brett Neumann‘s first OHL hat-trick came in a five-point performance as the Kingston Frontenacs narrowly defeated visiting North Bay 7-6. Neumann helped the Fronts snap a three-game slide with his 16th, 17th and 18th goals of the season while adding a pair of helpers and also going 16-for-28 in the faceoff circle. The 19-year-old Toronto product has 36 points (18-18–36) in 28 games this season. He’s a graduate of the Don Mills Flyers Minor Midget program.
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2ND STAR: MASON PRIMEAU (NORTH BAY BATTALION):
While his club came out on the short end, North Bay Battalion newcomer Mason Primeau scored his first OHL hat-trick in a 7-6 loss. Primeau added an assist, giving him a career-high four points with his first OHL shorthanded goal in the process. The 17-year-old Toronto native joined the Battalion earlier this month and has eight points (5-3–8) in as many contests with his new club. The son of former NHL forward and OHL graduate Wayne Primeau is a graduate of the Toronto Young Nationals Minor Midget program.
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3RD STAR: CONNOR McMICHAEL (LONDON KNIGHTS):
2019 NHL Draft prospect Connor McMichael netted his first career hat-trick in an 8-1 London Knights rout of the visiting Erie Otters. McMichael scored once in the first period before adding a pair in the third as the Knights skated to their 13th straight win. The 17-year-old Ajax, Ont. native has 26 points (17-9–26) over 25 games in his second OHL season after being a first round pick of the Hamilton Bulldogs in 2017. McMichael is a graduate of the Ajax-Pickering Raiders Minor Midget program and has points in four straight games.
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