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PROSPECTS: Quenneville Scores in Overtime During Three-Goal Week

Rockford winger scored overtime winner in Friday night's 3-2 victory against San Antonio

by Monterey Pepper @MontereyPepper / Blackhawks.com

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1st Star: John Quenneville (AHL)

The Line: 3GP, 3G

The IceHogs winger scored a goal-per-game over his last three games. Quenneville found twine on the power play during Tuesday's 5-2 victory over the Texas Stars and notched the 3-2 overtime tally in the first half of a back-to-back Friday night against the San Antonio Rampage. He added a third goal on the power play during Saturday night's 3-2 loss to the Rampage.

Tweet from @TheAHL: John Quenneville calls game for the @goicehogs! 🚨 pic.twitter.com/3R32SN11vY


2nd Star: Michal Teply (WHL)

The Line: 2GP, 2G, 2A

Teply recorded a three-point night on Saturday with an assist on the opening goal along with the game-winning tuck and an empty netter for good measure to propel the Winnipeg Ice to a 4-1 victory over the Medicine Hat Tigers. The winger also tallied a helper in Wednesday night's 5-1 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors.

The Czech native is on a seven-game point streak, leads the league rookies in points with 49 total (23G, 26A) and is tied for first in league game-winners (8). 

Tweet from @WHLWpgICE: Today we caught up with the WHL's Rookie of the Month for January, Michal Teply. pic.twitter.com/SrOxMGO0Za


3rd Star: Lucas Carlsson (AHL)

The Line: 3GP, 4A

Rockford defenseman Lucas Carlsson recorded four assists in his last three games. Two assists came on the power play during Saturday night's 3-2 loss against San Antonio. Carlsson also claimed the primary assist on Quenneville's overtime goal in Friday night's tilt, as well as the secondary assist on Quenneville's power-play goal during Tuesday's matchup against the Stars. The 22-year-old sits in second for assists (17) on the team leaderboard.


Around the system: 

  • With an assist in Saturday's tilt, Rockford's Dylan Sikura extended his point streak to seven games.
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