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Owen Beck reaches 20-goal plateau
When you think of young Owen Beck, you think of a third-trio center who excels defensively and could become a Jake Evans 2.0.

He’s a quality prospect, but let’s just say he’s no Joshua Roy or Lane Hutson.

Still, his junior career is far from abysmal. Indeed, he’s a player in demand (which is one of the reasons why he’s changed address so much) and he produces offensively. It’s no coincidence that he’s been a member of Junior Team Canada for the last two editions.

This afternoon, with Saginaw, he scored one goal (so far). He also has an assist.

It was his 20th goal of the season.

His personal career high is 24 and he still has 26 games to go.

Let’s just say he has a good chance of breaking his own goal-scoring record.

Prior to today’s games, the Canadian prospect had collected 10 points in five games with the Spirit. With the Peterborough Petes, he had collected 30 in 25 games.

He’s having an excellent season, and will be a major asset to his team as they prepare for the Memorial Cup. Because yes, as host of the tournament, Saginaw will be there no matter what.

Saginaw’s recent success can be attributed in part to Michael Misa, just 16 years old.

The recipient of the Outstanding Player award has 50 points in 40 games (still before today’s games).

The young Oakville teenager is eligible to be drafted in the 2025 NHL Entry Draft.

According to the mock drafts , he should be selected fairly early. A top-5 finish is possible.

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– Interesting.

– Sens win.

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