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PROSPECTS: Moberg, Teply Riding Three-Game Point Streaks

Two 2019 draft picks enjoy big weeks, plus a SportsCenter Top 10 goal

by Monterey Pepper / Blackhawks.com

Every week, Blackhawks.com will keep you up to date with the top-performing prospects in their minor-league, junior, college or European team action. Full stats for each prospect will be updated weekly throughout the season HERE

1st Star: Cole Moberg (WHL)

The Line: 3GP, 2G, 4A

Moberg is riding a three-game point streak after tallying an impressive two goals and four assists this week while doubling his point total from six to 12. The Prince George Cougars defenseman scored twice and notched an assist on the opening goal during Wednesday night's game against the Medicine Hat Tigers in a comeback bid. Both goals came on the man advantage and the North Vancouver native was awarded the second star of the game for his efforts as Prince George ultimately fell to the Tigers, 5-4. 

Tweet from @JDylanBurke: Cole Moberg (#Blackhawks) jumps into the offensive zone and sends the puck into the yawning cage. Up to 2G 1A on the night. pic.twitter.com/rpZ03ln3qH


2nd Star: Michal Teply (CHL)

The Line: 3GP, 2G, 3A

Teply is also on a three-game point streak after scoring two goals and tallying three helpers over his last three games. The Winnipeg Ice winger is averaging a point-per-game and currently leads his team in points (18) with seven goals and 11 assists. The 18-year-old added two assists and scored the game-winner in a 5-3 victory over the Red Deer Rebels in Wednesday's tilt, earning him first star of the game.
 

Tweet from @JDylanBurke: What a shot by Michal Teply (#Blackhawks). Bar, and down. Has 1G and 2A thus far in the @WHLWpgICE game against the Red Deer Rebels pic.twitter.com/iSCnRerN2w


3rd Star: Evan Barratt (B10)

The Line: 2GP, 1G, 1A

Penn State's Evan Barratt scored an unbelievable goal during Saturday night's 6-4 win over Michigan State. Barratt corralled a rebound, tossed it out front to himself and batted it out of the air into the back of the net. The goal landed the forward a No. 9 spot on SportsCenter's Top 10 countdown, his third appearance on the list. 

Tweet from @NHL: Can't. Stop. Watching. Evan Barratt, how?! 😲(🎥 @PennStateMHKY) pic.twitter.com/NHbLVOdIbI


Around the system:

  • IceHogs defenseman Philip Holm earned three helpers over his last three games and is currently leading the team in assists with seven total.
  • Indy Fuel defenseman Jake Ryczek has tallied two assists over his last two games.
  • Rockford winger Brandon Hagel picked up a goal and an assist in three games. 
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