This summer, Patrick Holland was invited to attend the Team Canada summer development camp and it looks like he has gained a lot of confidence from the experience. He was on solid against the Sharks on Sunday and there wasn't an ounce of tentativeness in his game on Monday afternoon. He potted two goals in the game and look dangerous all afternoon. While his goals couldn't be called pretty, they were the product of hard work and determination - two key ingredients in Holland's game.
2. Maxwell Reinhart
For the second night, Max Reinhart was a standout player for the Flames. Playing on the first line with Sven Baertschi
and Holland, Reinhart was effective all over the ice. He came in hard on the forecheck, played responsibly in his own end and his play in the neutral zone was extremely intelligent. Reinhart earned two helpers in the game thanks to his ability to get the puck on the net and his willingness to battle for space in front of the goaltender.
3. Michael Ferland
The best word to describe Michael Ferland
's game on Monday? Tenacious. Ferland was hard on the puck all afternoon and his compete level was through the roof. He dropped the gloves with Antoine Roussel early in the second, was more than willing to battle for every inch of ice and finished all of his checks. Ferland also showed his offensive flair throughout the tilt. He was especially dangerous in the third period where a few of his hard-work plays nearly ended up in the back of the net before he scored the Flames third goal late in the frame.