Ty Lewis punctuated his regular season campaign with a milestone that only eight other WHL players managed to achieve and that is hitting the 100 point plateau. Lewis saved one of his best for last as his 100th point was this goal as seen below in Brandon’s momentum changing four unanswered goals to come back and beat Moose Jaw 5-4 in a shootout.
Travis Barron had a busy week. First off by recieving recognition in the OHL Coaches Poll and winning top honors for Hardest Worker and Best Body Checker. Then Barron finished off the regular season with a three game weekend in which he scored three goals and five points. Below is a shift by shift compilation of his two goal and three point effort in Ottawa’s 5-4 from behind win in overtime against Barrie.
Nick Henry might not be scoring goals at the pace he was on last season but when he does score he puts his skill on display as seen below in Regina’s 3-2 overtime win against Swift Current.
— Regina Pats (@WHLPats) March 17, 2018
Shane Bowers continued his strong season and impressive playoff run by creating the play and contributing the primary assist on the game winning overtime goal in BU’s 4-3 semifinal win over the heavily favored Boston College as seen below.
Cam Morrison might have had a bit of a quiet season but again stepped up when it counted the most as he scored the winning goal in Notre Dame’s 3-2 win over Ohio State. Notre Dame clinched the Big 10 championship with the victory.
Another 👀 at Cam Morrison’s championship winner! pic.twitter.com/wV8sF4K61L
— Notre Dame Hockey (@NDHockey) March 18, 2018
Some awards were handed out in Hockey East as Shane Bowers and Cale Makar were named to the all-rookie team. Additionally, Makar was named to the third conference all-star team and Bowers was named as an honorable mention. Bowers also won Hockey East Rookie of the Week following BU’s championship weekend.
Whats next for BU and all the NCAA and CHL prospects will be outlined in the upcoming Playoff Preview.