#WHLPlayoffs Three Stars: March 24, 2019


2019 Western Hockey League Playoffs Three Stars: Sunday, March 24, 2019

1. Quinn Benjafield, Edmonton Oil Kings: The forward scored the biggest goal of Sunday’s game, breaking a 3-3 deadlock with 2:56 left in regulation and lifting his team to victory. The North Vancouver, B.C. product now has eight points (4G-4A) in 15 WHL Playoff games for his career.

2. Linus Nassen, Medicine Hat Tigers: The Florida Panthers prospect scored twice as part of a three point night in a 4-3 loss to the Edmonton Oil Kings. The Norrtalje, Sweden product scored the first and second goals of the game for the Tigers while adding a secondary assist on their third goal.

3. Liam Keeler, Edmonton Oil Kings: The forward opened the scoring in Sunday’s game, striking 2:26 into the first period for the first goal of his WHL Playoff career. The Edmonton, Alta. product has 39 points (11G-28A) in 132 WHL regular season games.


More News
2019 WHL Graduating Class: Week Two
3 days ago
Bowen Byram signs three-year, entry-level contract with Colorado Avalanche
3 days ago
Broncos sign first-overall import selection Kasper Puutio
3 days ago
Brandon Wheat Kings name Dave Lowry head coach
4 days ago
Hockey Canada names 26 WHL players to National Under-17 Development Camp
4 days ago
Victoria Royals add to Hockey Operations staff with promotion of Fowler
6 days ago