2009 TELUS Cup

Rousseau Sports de Laval-Bourassa  1 -  Winnipeg Thrashers  4


SELKIRK, Man. – Jason Kasdorf certainly took advantage of his moment in the spotlight at the 2009 TELUS Cup.

Kasdorf, who played just one game for the Winnipeg Thrashers during the Manitoba playoffs and watched Brett Gagnon play every minute of the Thrashers’ first four games at the National Midget Championship, turned in a Player of the Game performance on Friday night, stopping 23 shots to lead Winnipeg to a 4-1 win over the Rousseau Sports du Laval-Bourassa.

The win wraps up second place in the round robin for the Thrashers (4-1), who will face the Calgary Buffaloes in Saturday’s late semifinal (6 p.m. CT).

Colin Mospanchuk, Craig Scott, Jeremy Olinyk and Alex Kampen notched the goals for Winnipeg, while Michael Hay, Brett Overwater and Nolan Zajac – who earned the tournament’s Top Scorer award with 13 points in the round robin – had two assists apiece.

Mospanchuk’s power play marker early in the second was all the offence Kasdorf and the Thrashers needed. Scott and Olinyk added goals on the man advantage in the third period and Kampen rounded out the scoring late.

Felipe Corbo spoiled Kasdorf’s shutout bid late with the lone goal for Laval-Bourassa (1-2-2), who will face the top-ranked Notre Dame Hounds in the first semifinal on Saturday (2 p.m. CT).

Game Information
Game # 15 Round Preliminary
Arena Selkirk Recreation Complex Location Selkirk, Man., Canada
Date Friday, April 24, 2009 Time CT 4:30 PM

Box Score 1 2 3 Total
Rousseau Sports de Laval-Bourassa (QUE) 0 0 1 1
Winnipeg Thrashers (HST) 0 1 3 4

Goals & Penalties
First Period

08:53 HST 15 Colin Mospanchuk (Tripping)
11:15 QUE 8 Michaël Turcotte (Interference)
17:08 HST 17 Ryan Magalas (Tripping)
19:32 QUE 8 Michaël Turcotte (Roughing)
Second Period
02:42 HST 15 Colin Mospanchuk (16 Cody Waterman, 3 Brett Overwater) PP

01:54 QUE 23 Sean Hrivnak (Cross Checking)
09:44 QUE 19 Alexandre Lavoie (High Sticking)
16:36 HST 6 Ryan Dech (Kneeing)
Third Period
04:26 HST 10 Craig Scott (21 Michael Hay, 11 Nolan Zajac) PP
11:12 HST 20 Jeremy Olinyk (21 Michael Hay, 3 Brett Overwater) PP
12:51 QUE 12 Felipe Corbo (17 Antony Courcelles, 13 Eliezer Sherbatov)
15:14 HST 4 Alex Kampen (11 Nolan Zajac, 12 Kyle Lee)

00:44 HST 9 Robby Lazo (Tripping)
02:23 QUE 42 Sean Girard (Interference)
02:58 QUE 26 Kevin Fiset (Hooking)
06:36 HST 3 Brett Overwater (Holding)
10:15 QUE 20 Philippe Magnan (Interference)
15:07 HST 22 Cam Hildebrand (Slashing)
15:07 QUE 20 Philippe Magnan (Slashing)
16:08 HST 14 Derek Wasylyshen (Holding)
16:46 QUE 17 Antony Courcelles (Hooking)

Rousseau Sports de Laval-Bourassa (QUE) 29 Simon Giroux
Winnipeg Thrashers (HST) 1 Jason Kasdorf

Shots on Goal 1 2 3 Total
Rousseau Sports de Laval-Bourassa (QUE) 7 10 7 24
Winnipeg Thrashers (HST) 12 12 16 40
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