Three Stars of the Week - 11/24-11/30

Paul Byron - C (Gatineau - QMJHL) With Team Canada ready to formulate its World Junior roster, the summer invite Byron has turned his game up a notch. The nifty center owned the month of November, pointing in all 11 outings, including two goals and three assists in the week's three games. His current 11-game streak is the third longest in the Q this season (17). Tyler Myers - D (Kelowna - WHL) After starting the week with two games as part of the ADT Challenge, the big rearguard scored a goal and an assist in Kelowna's Saturday win over Chilliwack. Myers is amidst a career-high six-game point streak, and with 19 points (4+15) in 23 games this season, has already equaled his entire 2007-08 output (6+13). Andrew Orpik - RW (Boston College - HE) On Friday, the senior wing notched the first two-goal night of his 132-game career as Boston College defeated crosstown Harvard, 5-1.
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