Courtnall back on the scoresheet ... Fadden gets another First Star ... Tokarski beaten by the other Pickard ... Jung returns in a big way.
Tokarski part of a St. Valentine's Day Massacre of Edmonton ... Fadden hits 60 ... Barberio helps Moncton to shootout win.
Can the Bolts mimic the Volts? ... Good night for Witkowski ... Another First Star for Tokarski, who leads the WHL in four goaltending categories ... Jung-less Oil Kings cool off Fadden ... Stats for some possible draft targets ... What's wrong with Wright?
First Star Fadden leads TC to a win over his former team ... Tokarski good, but not good enough vs. Kelowna ... Vancouver's 10 game streak ends ... Barberio a multi-point night.
First Star Fadden returns in a big way ... Tokarski and Jung sit ... Courtnall and Barberio with good nights.
Jung in the hospital as he's announced as First Star ... Wright helps Vancouver hand Tokarski first loss in two months ... Witkowski sets career highs ... Cup hosts heating up ... Fadden and TC go cold ... and a Jeff Beukeboom reference.
Results from everyone and shutouts galore.
I like reports like this: Big games from Courtnall, Fadden, Jung, Tokarski, and Wright (pictured).
Victoria Grizzlies 6 @ Alberni Valley Bulldogs 1 (Tuesday)
W Justin Courtnall, VIC: 2-0-2, 9 PIM (roughing after the whistle double minor, fighting major), *Second Star*
Season totals: 49 GP, 19-33-52, 88 PIM
With Victoria down 1-0 in the second, Courtnall scored twice in just over five minutes to give the Grizzlies a lead they would never relinquish. Courtnall, who has five goals in his last two games, sets a new career high for points in a season with 52. He tied last yearâ€™s goal mark of 19 â€“ set in 60 games. He also tied his career high for penalty minutes in a season.
First stars for Tokarski and James Wright ... Cunti scores again ... Jung back on the winning side.
Cunti scores his 10th ... DeCoste earns first point for the Soo ... Tokarski faces fellow Team Canada goaltender Chet Pickard and comes away with another First Star.