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PROSPECTS: Teply Point Streak Hits 10 Games

Winnipeg Ice winger tallied six points in three games last week

by Monterey Pepper @MontereyPepper / Blackhawks.com

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1st Star: Michal Teply (WHL)

The Line: 3GP, 3G, 3A

The Winnipeg Ice winger had both a goal and an assist on the power play in Wednesday night's 8-3 win over the Swift Current Broncos. Teply found twine twice - one again a power play tally - and recorded a helper in Friday night's 5-4 loss to the Lethbridge Hurricanes. The Czech native also had an assist in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Hurricanes, pushing his current point streak to 10 games.

Tweet from @WHLWpgICE: Bang!! pic.twitter.com/u76vYvgsPf


2nd Star: Alec Regula (OHL)

The Line: 3GP, 2G, 3A

The London Knights defenseman is on a three-game point streak and tallied a two-goal night on Feb. 14 in a 6-3 win over the Kitchener Rangers. Regula put home the game-winning goal, a shorthanded empty-netter and had the helper on the power-play insurance goal. The Michigan native also tallied two assists in Saturday's 7-5 victory against the Kingston Frontenacs. 


3rd Star: Jake Wise (H-E)

The Line: 3GP, 1G, 3A

The Boston University forward opened the scoring for the 2020 Beanpot Final on Monday night and notched an assist on the game-tying goal 19:58 into the third period. BU would fall 5-4 in double overtime loss to Northeastern. Wise also recorded a season-high two assists in a 3-1 win over the University of New Hampshire Saturday night. 

Tweet from @NESN: Jake Wise gets Boston University on the board first in the Beanpot final!@TerrierHockey pic.twitter.com/5eoe881mpY


Around the System:

  • Ryan Shea (Northeastern) and Alex Vlasic (BU) also played in the 2020 Beanpot Final. Shea tallied two assists with one coming on a power-play goal as Northeastern won its third straight title.
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