No. 1 star: Mitchell Marner, London Knights (OHL)
It's like Marner had a scoreless first period just to give himself a challenge. The Ontario Hockey League scoring leader tallied five points in the final 35 minutes of the Knights' 7-4 goalfest against the Sarnia Sting, giving him a mind-bending 108 in 52 games.
Marner (2G-3A, +1) got the Knights on the board by scoring on a setup from Arizona Coyotes prospect Max Domi (2G-1A, +1) just shy of the six-minute mark of the second period. The slippery 17-year-old scored a power-play goal later in the period to put the Knights ahead for the first time.
Pavel Zacha scored two quick goals early in the third to restore the Sting lead. The Knights went back on top with back-to-back power-play goals, with Marner assisting on both. The Thornhill, Ont., native picked up his fifth point on an empty-net goal.
No. 2 star: Carter Verhaeghe, Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
Verhaeghe (2G-1A, +2) helped orchestrate a huge IceDogs comeback on the road for a 6-5 winRead More »from OHL scoring leader Mitchell Marner collects 5 points in London Knights' win: Sunday's 3 Stars