3/9 Recap: Henley finding legs after layoff

Written By Kris Baker on Thursday, March 10, 2011 | 3/10/2011

Cedrick Henley notched two assists Wednesday as Val-d'Or came up short in a 4-3 loss to Baie-Comeau. The apples give the 6'5 project his first three-game point streak of the season. Henley, who missed 42 games after undergoing wrist surgery to correct a congenital defect, has 13 points (5+8) in 18 games this season. The Val-d'Or native had surgery on the opposite wrist while in midgets, so he should be set to enter the prime of his QMJHL development.

In the USHL, Christian Isackson (+1) picked up an assist as Sioux Falls rolled over Fargo, 7-2. The six-footer has 13 points in his last Baker's dozen games, and a total of 35 on the year.

Kevin Sundher logged a +1 and a pair of roughing minors as Chilliwack blanked Vancouver, 2-0. The Bruins have gotten hot when they needed to, earning six straight victories to maintain a lockdown on the #6 playoff spot in the WHL's Western Conference.

Matt MacKenzie finished -1 as Tri-City lost to Kelowna, 3-1. Shane McColgan ('11) was +2 with an assist for the Rockets.

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