If tonight's game was how Mississauga St. Michael's Majors goalie J.P. Anderson can play going forward, the San Jose Sharks will be very, very happy. Anderson signed with the Sharks during training camp, and despite allowing three goals in the Memorial Cup championship game, he might have been the Majors' best player Sunday at the Hershey Centre.
"J.P., the whole season, has just been unbelievable for us," teammate Brett Flemming told NHL.com. "Even today. He was making some spectacular saves. He's a big part of why we're here."
Anderson stopped 22 shots and blanked a high-octane Saint John power play on four chances.
"You can't talk bad about J.P.," said Majors captain Casey Cizikas. "He's been our best player all year long. … He's the best goalie in the CHL. He carried our team to the point we're at now."