MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- NHL Central Scouting's Chris Edwards was looking forward to catching a glimpse of 2013 draft eligible prospect Ryan Pulock on Thursday in the final game of the Subway Super Series.
Despite the fact Pulock just turned 17 on Oct. 6, he certainly gave Edwards plenty to think about. In addition to earning a regular shift alongside Colorado Avalanche draftee Duncan Siemens, Pulock also deposited a goal 16:54 into the second period off a slapshot from the point.
"He's shown very good mobility and he handled the puck well a couple of times," Edwards said. "He certainly fits right in … he was a good replacement. Sometimes, you have a tendency to cut a guy a little more slack if he's younger but he's essentially the same age as everyone out here."
Pulock was replacing Moose Jaw defenseman Morgan Rielly, who is out until April (torn ACL).
"But Pulock has proven himself just fine out here against the fast Russians."
Pulock (6-foot-1, 201 pounds) is in his second year with the Brandon Wheat Kings. As a 16-year-old rookie in 2010-11, Pulock led all Brandon defenders with 8 goals and 42 points. He has 8 goals and 26 points through 22 games this season.
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