CHL Game Night: 2/14

Chris Lawrence scored the first two goals of the game as the Mississauga IceDogs clinched a playoff birth with a 4-1 win over fellow Lightning prospect Marek Bartanus and the Owen Sound Attack. Lawrence was also plus-1 and was named the game's third star. Lawrence is now on the cusp of 40 goals for the year, sitting at 39. He is alone in fourth in the league for goals scored, behind John Tavares of Oshawa (55), Patrick Kane of London (51) and Tyler Donati of Belleville (50). Bartanus did not register a point in the game and was minus-1 with a slashing minor. Bartanus has not scored a goal in 24 games.

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Pretty good company for

Pretty good company for Chris to be in. Tavares seems to be the early top pick in the 09 draft, and Kane is probably a lock to go top 5 this upcoming draft. Haven't heard of the other guy, but just being among those two is pretty neat.

Chris is an over-ager,

Chris is an over-ager, though, among those kids.

Kevin Quick is on record as listing Patrick Kane as one of the toughest players he's had to play against.

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