2/28 Recap: Steady Pysyk returns; Kassian light lamp

Written By Kris Baker on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 | 3/01/2011

In Monday WHL play, Mark Pysyk posted a power play assist Monday as Edmonton cruised to a 7-1 win over Calgary. The 6'1 defender, who returned after missing one game with an upper body injury, ups his season line to 5-31-36 with an impressive +30 rating.

On Sunday, Zack Kassian (+2) potted a goal and an assist as Windsor dropped a 6-5 decision to Sudbury. The 6'3 wing had skated his previous five games without lighting the lamp for the second time in his last 20 tilts.

Steven Shipley was -1 as Niagara was shut out by Brampton, 3-0.

Gregg Sutch was a healthy scratch as Mississauga drilled Belleville, 6-1.

In the WHL, Kevin Sundher dished a pair of assists to extend his point streak to 10 games as Chilliwack edged Prince George, 4-3. The Surrey, BC native ends January with 19 points (4+15) in 12 games.

Matt MacKenzie finished -1 as Tri-City was blanked by Vancouver, 5-0.

In the USHL, Christian Isackson earned an assist as Sioux Falls as rolled over Lincoln, 6-2.

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