Jordan Oesterle and the Oklahoma City Barons are underway in the playoffs and so far things are going well. In our weekly look at Oilers prospects (playoffs edition) some prospects are peaking at a very good time.
— Oklahoma City Barons (@okcbarons) April 26, 2015
- R Matthew Ford 2GP, 2-2-4
- LD Brad Hunt 2GP, 1-2-3
- C Connor Jones 2GP, 2-0-2
- L Ryan Hamilton 2GP, 2-0-2
- LD Jordan Oesterle 2GP, 1-1-2
- L Josh Winquist 2GP, 1-1-2
- R Andrew Miller 2GP, 0-2-2
- C Jason Williams 2GP, 0-2-2
- D Martin Marincin 2GP, 0-1-1
- C CJ Stretch 2GP, 0-1-1
- G Laurent Brossoit 2GP, 3.46 .909
- G Richard Bachman 1GP, 0.00 1.000
- Also in this series (but scoreless): D Brandon Davidson (8 shots), L Curtis Hamilton (6 shots), F Kellen Jones (3 shots), LD Joey Laleggia (2 shots), L Mitch Moroz (3 shots), C Kyle Platzer (4 shots), Dillon Simpson (2 shots) and Brad Winchester (2 shots).
Hey @CanucksArmy congrats on winning 2 playoff games. That’s better than the Oilers. All we won was Connor McDavid. Not as good as you. -bm
— OilersNation (@OilersNation) April 26, 2015
- C Connor McDavid, Erie Otters 12GP, 18-14-32
- C Leon Draisaitl, Kelowna Rockets 11GP, 4-12-16
- C Greg Chase, Victoria Royals 10GP, 7-4-11
- C Marco Roy, Quebec Remparts 12GP, 3-8-11
- D Darnell Nurse, SSM Greyhounds 11GP, 2-4-6
- D Ben Betker, Everett Silvertips 9GP, 1-2-3
- G Keven Bouchard, Val d’Or Foreurs 3GP, 4.65 .877
McDavid is playing Nurse tonight, I’ll update the numbers as they roll in (he has a goal so far, just an incredible Forsberg on the poor SSM G). Draisaitl is having a good playoff for the Rockets and Roy is posting very good numbers for the Remparts.
McDavid just pulled a Forsberg on an INCREDIBLE short handed goal ??
— The Hockey Chat (@TheHockeyChat) April 26, 2015
— Guy Flaming (@TPS_Guy) April 25, 2015
- LD William Lagesson Dubque Fighting Saints 5GP, 1-1-2
The Flaming interview with Zack Fisch (PBP man with the Saints) is quite revealing. The young defender has been effective all year in his own end and is adding some offense of late.
(Photo by Rob Ferguson, all rights reserved).