Las Vegas–Tonight Vegas Golden Knights prospect and 13th overall draft pick selection Nick Suzuki was in action as his Owen Sound Attack squad took on the Oshawa Generals in a contest that featured 18 goals being scored in the game.
For the Golden Knights prospect, he keeps finding ways to make contributions for his Owen Sound Attack club this season thus extending his point-scoring streak to 6 games that started back on September 30 vs. fellow organizational prospect and 2nd round selection, Nicolas Hague of the Mississauga Steelheads.
Owen Sound Attack Vs. Oshawa Generals
At the games 8:04 mark of the opening period, Suzuki netted his 5th goal of the season while Owen Sound was on the power play as he connected with Kevin Hancock and Alan Lyszczarczyk and extended Nick’s point scoring streak to 6 games.
This gave Owen Sound the early 1-0 lead over Oshawa.
Later in the 1st period, Suzuki added his 2nd point of the game when he and Ethan Szypula teamed to help Maksim Sushko score Owen Sound’s 2nd goal of the game and give the Attack squad a 2-1 lead over the Generals.
For Suzuki, the assists kept coming when he pitched in on Hancock’s power-play marker with a little help from Lyszczarczyk (note below says Dudas but the official scoring summary on the OHL Game Center reported Lyszczarczyk as getting the secondary assist).
This gave Suzuki his 2nd assist of the game and extended Owen Sound’s lead to 3-1 at the 16:20 mark of the opening period.
At 8:23 of the 2nd period, Suzuki recorded his 3rd assist of the night when he connected with Szypula for the 2nd time of the contest on Sean Durzi‘s 3rd goal of the season that gave Owen Sound a commanding 6-1 lead over Oshawa.
At the 16:03 mark in the final period after a dominating performance by Owen Sound, Suzuki scored his 6th goal of the season which brought his scoring production on the night to an impressive 5 points. His goal was assisted by Szypula and Durzi.
At the end of the highly rated scoring offense, Owen Sound defeated Oshawa 12-6.
Suzuki’s 5 point performance, earned him 2nd stars honors from Owen Sound’s 12-6 win over Oshawa.
This was the fourth time this season that Suzuki was named one of the 3 stars of the game with the Owen Sound Attack.
After tonight’s game vs. Oshawa put Suzuki ahead of the pack in the Ontario Hockey League at 17 points and tied for 2nd in assists with 11.