Blazers impressive in Canada-Russia series

By Chad Klassen
November 13, 2015 - 10:50am

The Canada-Russia series continues as Team Russia moves onto the Ontario Hockey League following two losses to the Western Hockey League. The WHL won 7-3 on Monday in Kelowna, and 4-2 in Kamloops on Tuesday. Shining in both games was Blazers forward Collin Shirley, who certainly worked his way into the conversation as a potential invite to Canada's World Junior camp.

Shirley is the first-ever WHL player to tally five points in the two-game Canada-Russia series. Fellow Blazers forward Deven Sideroff had a great showing as well, despite scoring one goal on Tuesday in Kamloops.

Canada's World Junior camp goes next month.

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