Prospects in the Vegas Golden Knights' system have been building off their strong starts to the 2019-20 season. As they continue to put up big numbers, get looks for national teams and carry their own college and junior teams to success, have a look at five players who are going above and beyond this season.
Connor Corcoran, Windsor Spitfires
Corcoran was named the OHL Defenseman of the Month for November for his productive month on the Windsor blueline. He had 15 points (5G, 10A) in 10 games during the month to go with a +8 rating. The Markham, Ontario native now has 24 points (8G, 16A) in 23 games.
Peter Diliberatore, Quinnipiac University
Diliberatore has seven points (2G, 5A) in 15 games for Quinnipiac this season. He was named to Team Canada's 2020 World Junior Championship camp roster and will have a chance to play his way onto their roster for the tournament.
Peyton Krebs, Winnipeg Ice
Krebs was also named to Canada's World Juniors camp roster after rejoining the Winnipeg Ice. He missed the first quarter of the season rehabbing an injury but has notched eight points (1G, 7A) in six games since his return.
Jack Dugan, Providence College
Dugan continues to pace all skaters in the NCAA in points with 31 points (6G, 25A) in 15 games. In the month of November, Dugan collected 15 assists in just nine contests for the Friars.
Lucas Elvenes, Chicago Wolves
Elvenes has continued to build on his hot start to the season for Chicago as he leads the team in scoring with 26 points (6G, 20A) in 25 games. From Oct. 12-Nov. 3, Elvenes posted at least one point in 11 consecutive games.