|Christopher Clapperton||Blainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL)||22||12||21||33||9||26||6||0|
|Alexander Delnov||Seattle (WHL)||28||14||12||26||1||14||5||0|
|MacKenzie Weegar||Halifax (QMJHL)||24||5||18||23||15||45||3||0|
|Francis Beauvillier||Shawinigan (QMJHL)||25||6||12||18||-14||39||3||0|
|Joshua Brown||Oshawa (OHL)||26||1||5||6||14||45||0||0|
|Steven Hodges||Victoria (WHL)||14||1||5||6||-3||25||1||0|
stats include games played on 12/4/13
Christopher Clapperton continues to lead our CHL prospects in scoring. Clapperton has slowed from the torrid pace he set earlier this season, and has missed seven games, but he has managed to add six points in the last six games he has suited up for.
Alexander Delnov has shaken off a slow spell to really heat up as of late. Delnov has found his touch and scored seven goals and four assists in his last seven games for the Thunderbirds. The left wing is now the club's leading goal-scorer.
MacKenzie Weegar continues to impress for the
Francis Beauvillier continues to raise his offensive game for last place Shawinigan. Beauvillier has posted eight points (3G/5A) in his last eight outings, overcoming a slow start to now sit second in team scoring.
Josh Brown continued his solid play on the blue line by going +8 in his last twelve games for the Oshawa Generals. The young defender also tallied his first goal of the season and added two assists.
Victoria's Steven Hodges is finally healthy again and has now appeared in fourteen games for the Royals. The 19-year-old center picked up his first goal and added five assists.