Roster Update: After a one-game absence, Trey Bagwell (Black, No. 17) and William Steele (Gold, No. 15) both returned to the lineup for their respective squads on Saturday. Additionally, Royal goaltender Dayton Rasmussen (No. 30) was also back in action, despite not finishing Friday's game.
Championship and All-Star Games: The camp championship game between Kelly and Grey will commence at 8:30 a.m. The two clubs last met on the opening day of camp, with Kelly prevailing in a shootout by a score of 6-5. The Blue and White All-Stars, whose rosters will be announced early Saturday morning, will then face-off at 10:30 a.m.
The Trend Continues: Gold's 6-5 shootout victory over Forest on Saturday marked the fifth bout of the week which required a shootout to determine its victor. More interestingly, however, is the fact that all five shootout games resulted in a 6-5 final score. Kelly led the way with two shootout victories, while Gold, Royal and Orange each had one.
Unexpected Contribution: With an assist on the game-winning goal in Black's 3-2 win over White on Saturday, Drew Scites (No. 30) became the first netminder at camp to be credited with a point.
Camp's Top Scorers: Grey's No. 18 Garrett Wait led all skaters in this week's Select 16 camp in goals (seven), assists (nine) and points (16). Kelly's No. 8 Keenan Suthers (4G, 8A) and Black's No. 8 Evan Wisocky (5G, 5A) finished second and third in point-scoring, respectively.
Camp's Top Goaltenders: Despite missing time due to injury, Dayton Rasmussen (No. 30) of Royal allowed just one goal on 28 shots to finish as the camp's top goaltender in both goals-against average (0.74) and save percentage (.964). Orange's Ryan Keane (No. 30) and Kelly's Ryan Edquist (No. 30) both registered a save percentage above .900, at .925 and .914, respectively.
More NHL Lineage: Columbia's Luke McInnis (No. 4) is the son of former NHLer, Marty McInnis. The elder McInnis enjoyed an 11-year career between the New York Islanders, Calgary Flames, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and Boston Bruins. Along the way, the left-hand shooting winger recorded 420 points (170 G, 250 A) over 796 games and was also a member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic squad.