Tuesday, 11.17.2015 / 10:12 AM PT By Tyson Giuriato
Brock Boeser snapped his three-game point drought with a four-point game on Friday as he scored once and setup three others. On Saturday, Boeser added his seventh goal of the season, which puts him in a tie for sixth in the NCAA and in a tie for first among first-year players.
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Cole Cassels continues to have a tough start to the season as he has now gone five games without a point. On the bright side, Cassels finished with a season-high three shots on goal in Friday’s loss.
Thatcher Demko saw his shutout streak end at 208:36 on Saturday. The 2014 second-rounder made 33 saves in a 6-3 win. Despite giving up four goals, Demko still has only allowed a combined 10 goals in nine starts this season.
Alex Friesen finished with three shots on goal and was plus-1 in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Syracuse. Friesen entered the contest on a two-game point streak.
Brendan Gaunce cooled off a bit this past weekend as he failed to register a point in two games, but did manage a combined seven shots on goal.
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Alex Grenier picked up one assist in two games this past weekend. The 6-foot-4 winger leads the Comets with 41 shots on goal this season.
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Nicklas Jensen returned to the lineup after missing six games with an injury. The 2011 first-rounder picked up where he left off by scoring just over six minutes into his return. Jensen has picked up a point in four-of-seven games played this season.
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Ronalds Kenins remains sidelined with a lower-body injury.
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Hunter Shinkaruk continued his hot start to the season by scoring his 10th goal in his 12th game on Friday. He was rewarded for his stellar play as the 2013 first-rounder was called-up by the Canucks, where he made his NHL debut in Montreal on Monday.
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Jordan Subban finished with one shot on goal and was minus-3 in his lone game this past week. The former Belleville Bull has now gone five games without registering a point after starting the season with four in his first four games.
Linden Vey picked up two helpers on Friday night, which gave him back-to-back games with multiple assists. He was held off the scoresheet on Saturday, but did finish with four shots on goal. Vey currently leads the team in assists with nine.