Prospect playoff round-up: Fulcher stops 21 as Hamilton evens up Memorial Cup record

At the Mastercard Memorial Cup in Regina, Saskatchewan:

Kaden Fulcher stopped 21 of 22 shots as his Hamilton Bulldogs won 2-1 over the Swift Current Broncos, evening up their Memorial Cup record at 1-and-1.

Hamilton will play the Laval Titan tomorrow night.

I’ll post the links to highlights/recaps as they become available.

Update: Highlights are available on the Mastercard Memorial Cup website.

Update #2: The Mastercard Memorial Cup website posted clips of coach John Gruden’s post-game presser, post-game comments from three Hamilton players and Sportsnet’s RJ Broadhead and Sam Cosentino’s post-game take.

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One thought on “Prospect playoff round-up: Fulcher stops 21 as Hamilton evens up Memorial Cup record”

  1. In addition, the Swift Current Bronco Goalie Skinner stopped 54 of 56 shots and his team lost 2-1. Amazing!! Skinner has played like a Wall throughout the WHL playoffs.

    Not taking anything away from Fulcher but…

    Tough Road to the Memorial Cup!!!

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