SCHENN MAKES NHL DEBUT WITH KINGS
Brayden Schenn had quite a week.
After helping Team WHL sweep Team Russia in the Super Series, the Brandon Wheat Kings sniper went to Vancouver and made his NHL debut with the injury-riddled Los Angeles Kings.
Playing on a one-day amateur tryout agreement, Schenn logged 12:31 of icetime.
The fifth-overall draft pick finished minus-1 and led the team with four hits.
Saskatoon Blades forward Curtis Hamilton will be out for up to six weeks after suffering a cracked collarbone during Team WHL's 4-2 victory over Russia.
Tips' top ironman
Everett Silvertips forward Shane Harper is the franchise's new ironman.
Harper played in his 288th career WHL game Saturday to set a new club record for games played. The previous record of 287 games played was set last season by Vancouver Canucks prospect Taylor Ellington, now a member of the Manitoba Moose.
PLAYING THE NUMBERS GAME
Vancouver Giants forward Brendan Gallagher, 17, took apart the Prince George Cougars with a four-goal effort in Saturday's 6-2 win over the host Cats.
THIS WEEK'S TOP PERFORMERS
1. C Dustin Sylvester, Ice -- Three goals and six points as Ice went 2-0.
2. G Garrett Zemlak, Raiders -- Boarded up the net on 58 of 61 shots to beat Hitmen and 'Canes.
3. RW Shane Harper, Silvertips -- Five goals and seven points in three games.