Scout's Notebook: 7 standout single-game performances
A single game doesn't make or break a prospect, nor should it make or break an evaluation.
But a single game is a data point in a lengthy string, capable of elevating confidence or providing a new perspective.
With the hockey world well underway, it's time to take a look at a handful of the most memorable single-game performances of the season.
Our journey starts with the one of the WHL's all-time great beatdowns, propelled by the man who single-handedly breakdowns entire teams like no other blue-liner in the CHL – Olen Zellweger.
All data referred to in this article is manually tracked (5-on-5 only).
Olen Zellweger, D, Everett Silvertips (Anaheim Ducks)
Oct. 12 vs. Edmonton Oil Kings
- 21 shots (10 on net)
- 7 shot assists
- 6 controlled exits with pressure
- 8 controlled entries
- 5 entries ag
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