2023 NHL Draft: Connor Bedard Hits 50 Goals, 100 Points In 40 Games
Feb 18, 2023The absurdity of Connor Bedard's draft season continued Friday night when the 17-year-old Regina Pats captain registered four points against the Prince Albert Raiders in Western Hockey League action. Bedard scored two goals to hit 50 on the season, while adding two assists to run his season point total to 100.
Scott Ratzlaff, Carson Rehkopf Among Top Performers At CHL Top Prospects
Jan 26, 2023LANGLEY, B.C. – The CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game is an interesting showcase every year for the NHL Draft. You don’t want to put too much stock into a single game, but it does provide a fairly level playing field for the 40 individuals invited to participate.
CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game: Connor Bedard Scoreless, Goalies Steal Show
Jan 26, 2023LANGLEY, B.C. -- In a game that had so much focus centered around one player, it was the four young players that stepped between the pipes that stole the show at the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. No. 1 NHL Draft prospect and hometown boy Connor Bedard was held off the scoresheet as his Team Red dropped a 4-2 decision to Team White at the Langley Events Centre.
CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game: Preparing For The Connor Bedard Show
Jan 25, 2023LANGLEY, B.C. – The NHL scouting world has descended upon Langley, just outside of Vancouver, for one of the premier prospect showcases of the season. The CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game will feature 40 high-end prospects eligible for the 2023 NHL Draft including North Vancouver native and No. 1 prospect Connor Bedard.
Beyond Bedard: Benson, Barlow Among Players To Watch At Top Prospects Game
Jan 25, 2023LANGLEY, B.C. – There’s a reason the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game is in Langley, British Columbia. Besides being a great building with a dedicated fan base, it’s also the closest possible rink to the hometown of the No. 1 prospect in the entire hockey world.
Connor Bedard Scores Four Goals In First WHL Game Since World Juniors
Jan 9, 2023Connor Bedard rewrote the Canadian record books at the World Junior Championship, culminating with a gold medal for Canada on Thursday. Back with the Regina Pats in the WHL and playing in his first game since the World Juniors on Sunday evening, Bedard wasted no time in resuming his dominance of one of Canada's top junior leagues.