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1st Star: C Tyler Sikura, Rockford (AHL)
The Line: 3 GP, 2G, 0A
Tyler Sikura's two-goal effort secured Rockford's 3-2 overtime win vs. the Chicago Wolves on Oct. 19. The Ontario native opened up the scoring in the first period and netted the game-winning goal with 11.1 seconds remaining in OT to complete the IceHogs weekend sweep and earn himself first star of the game honors. Sikura is currently sitting fourth on the team leaderboard for points with two goals, one assist in five games played.
2nd Star: C Jake Wise, Boston (H-EAST)
The Line: 2GP, 0G, 3A
Boston University's Jake Wise tallied three assists in two games this weekend against Northern Michigan. The performance puts Wise tied for first in assists (3) on the team leaderboard. Wise has already surpassed his point total last year (12 GP, 2 PTS).
3rd Star: C Dylan Sikura, Rockford (AHL)
The Line: 3GP, 1G, 1A
The IceHogs reigning Rookie of the Year for the 2018-19 season, Sikura is continuing his success early this season. With four points in five total games, the Rockford winger is leading the team in goals (3) and points (4) with a +3 rating.
Around the system:
- Philip Holm (Rockford) tallied points in three of his last four games (2G, 1A)
- Michal Teply of the Winnipeg ICE holds a point-per-game average and is leading his team in both goals (4) and assists (7)
- Wouter Peeters played his first game in net with the Guildford Flames recording a 3-2 overtime win with a .941 save percentage.
- Graham Knott is averaging a point-per-game with the Indy Fuel with four (1G, 3A) in the last four games