Columbus Blue Jackets Prospects: NCAA Return and Trey Fix Dominates

EDMONTON, AB - OCTOBER 22: Trey Fix-Wolansky #27 of the Edmonton Oil Kings battles against Carter Chorney #36 of the Spokane Chiefs at Rogers Place on October 22, 2017 in Edmonton, Canada. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images)
EDMONTON, AB - OCTOBER 22: Trey Fix-Wolansky #27 of the Edmonton Oil Kings battles against Carter Chorney #36 of the Spokane Chiefs at Rogers Place on October 22, 2017 in Edmonton, Canada. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images) /
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Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Trey Fix-Wolansky continues to dominate the WHL.

The year of Trey continues. Last week the Columbus Blue Jackets prospect continued his domination of the WHL with three goals and two assist in three games for the Edmonton Oil Kings. His 15 points in eight games is good for second in the Western League.

The captain is leading his team on the scoresheet and pushing the squad up in the standings. The Oil Kings, after finishing last in the Central Division for two years in a row, are atop the division.

Elsewhere in the CHL, Liam Foudy is settling in for the London Knights. He scored two goals in London’s Friday night win over the Owen Sound Attack.

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Over in the Swedish Elite League, Jonathan Davidsson racked up two assist in two games for Djargardens. Emil Bemstrom was kept off the score sheet for the first time this season.

Return of College Hockey

NCAA hockey started up this weekend and the Columbus Blue Jackets have a solid group of prospects playing in the collegiate ranks.

Robbie Stucker and his Minnesota Golden Gophers opened the season with a doubleheader agains the defending NCAA Champs, Minnesota-Duluth.

Goalie Peter Thome started an exhibition for North Dakota against the University of Manitoba. He allowed two goals on only nine shots.

The rest of the Jackets prospects start their season this Friday including Carson Meyer making his Ohio State Hockey debut.

Cleveland Monsters Hot Start

Most of the Jackets prospects are in Cleveland and the Monsters started their AHL season off with a bang. The Monsters are 2-0-0 and are putting up goals left and right.

Will Espy has some great coverage of the Monsters, including Eric Robinson’s hot start, and will continue to cover the squad all year round. Check out some of his post on the Monsters.

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The Monsters continue their season this week with games at Toronto and home against the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Penguins.