Kootenay Ice 0 @ Edmonton Oil Kings 4
G Torrie Jung , EDM: Win, 29 saves, Shutout, *First Star*
Season totals: 3 GP, 2-0-0-1, 1.62 GAA, .947 sv%, 1 shutout
Jung made a stellar home debut for Edmonton, stopping 29 shots to shutout the second place (Central Division) Kootenay Ice 4-0. It was the Iceâ€™s first regulation loss in nine games. Making his third straight start for the second-year Oil Kings, Jung made 25 saves over the final two periods to lift Edmonton (7-9-1-1) out of the Central cellar. The shutout was Jungâ€™s second of his career and the first from an Edmonton netminder this season.
â€œObviously itâ€™s nice anytime you get a shut out , itâ€™s a pretty good feeling.â€ Jung was quoted as saying on the Oil Kingsâ€™ web site. â€œItâ€™s early on in the season and Iâ€™m sure weâ€™re going to have a lot of good battle games coming up so itâ€™s nice to enjoy it for tonight but itâ€™s right back to business for the road trip.â€
â€œHeâ€™s played 3 real good games in a row.â€ said Oil Kings Head Coach Steven Pleau when talking about his 19 year old netminder. â€œHeâ€™s got experience in this league and heâ€™s stabilized our team right now. A few years ago when I was in Spokane, and he was in Kelowna, he played 19 games in a row, I think he was CHL Goalie Of The Month, so heâ€™s played. Weâ€™ll see over the long haul where he settles in with us but itâ€™s nice to have his experience right now."
Of Interest: Audio interview with Jung.  (Jung talks about his experience in a new city as well as his days with the Lightning prospects in camp and Traverse City.)