Over this past week, numerous Wolves players have been finding success at the Pro level. As the OHL season is still in the works, Wolves players have been playing on Loans for different teams in North America as well overseas to remain in peak condition.
Quinton Byfield– On February 14th, Quinton scored his first professional goal with the Ontario Reign of the AHL. The goal was scored in a game against the Tucson Roadrunners and on former Saginaw Spirit goalie, Ivan Prosvetov. Quinton was a plus 1 and registered 4 shots in the OT loss. Only 6 games into the season, he already has 1 goal and 3 assists.
Isaak Phillips- In only his second game with the Rockford Icehogs of the AHL, Isaak netted his first professional goal. It came on February 16th against the Chicago Wolves. In the 3rd period, Isaak scored only 19-seconds after teammate Chris Wilkie scored. Isaak was able to use his speed to get past the two Wolves defenders, get a shot off, and capitalize on his own rebound.
Jack Thompson– Currently playing in Sweden for the Surahammars IF in the HockeyEttan League, Jack has quickly found success overseas. Just 12 games into his season, he has already scored 9 goals and recorded 7 assists. Jack had his first hat-trick on February 14th in a 4-1 win against Lindoven. Jack is currently 2nd in points for a defenseman on the team.
Blake Murray– Blake is currently playing in Sweden for the Surahammars IF in the HockeyEttan League, with Wolves teammate Jack Thompson. Through his first 10 games, he has already scored 4 goals and has 11 helpers for a total of 15 points.
Adam Samuelsson – Adam is playing in Sweden with the MariestadBoIS of the Hockey Ettan league. On February 10th, Adam scored his first professional goal against Morrum. Adam has appeared in 10 games thus far and alreadyhas 2 assistsand is a plus 1.