Saturday notes: Brett Ritchie’s November to remember

Dallas Stars prospect Brett Ritchie capped off the month of November with one goal and one assist as Niagara defeated Mississauga, 6-4, Friday night. It capped off a spectacular November for Ritchie, who racked up 29 points (19 goals, 10 assists) in 13 games during the month. Here are a few statistical tidbits from Ritchie’s month:

- He registered points in 12 of the 13 games.
– He had an eight-game points streak during the month and a ten-game points streak.
– He had nine multi-point games in November, three multi-goal games and three multi-assist games.
-On Nov. 3 Ritchie tied a Niagara franchise mark with 6 points (4 goals, 2 assists) in a game. On the following day he tied a franchise mark with 5 goals in a game. He also became the first IceDogs player to record back-to-back hat tricks.

Prospect notes

Here are some other prospect notes from Friday’s action.

*RW Austin Smith (fifth round/2007) scored two goals as the Idaho Steelheads defeated Colorado, 4-2. Smith has six goals in five games since being assigned to Idaho from the Texas Stars last week. Smith has 12 points (9 goals, 3 assists) in 11 games with Idaho this season.

*C Scott Winkler (third round/2008) scored two goals and added two assists as Colorado College defeated North Dakota, 5-3. Winkler has 10 goals in 15 games this season, and is tied for second in the nation in goal scoring and is tied for 12th in goals per game.

*LW Curtis McKenzie (sixth round/2009) had one goal and one assist as Miami defeated Alaska, 5-2. McKenzie has scored goals in consecutive games.

*C Mike Winther (second round/2012) had two goals and one assist) as Prince Albert defeated Regina, 2-1, in Western Hockey League.

*RW Matej Stransky (sixth round/2011) had two assists as Saskatoon defeated Calgary, 4-0, in the WHL. Stransky has points in six of his last seven games and has 10 points (6 goals, 4 assists) during that stretch.

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