December 30, 2010 11:15 am

Big nights for prospects Schenn, Toffoli

It seems as though yesterday was a much better day for the Kings’ prospects than for the Kings themselves. Brayden Schenn (pictured, right) totaled four goals and one assist for Canada as it earned a 10-1 pool-play victory over Norway in a pool-play game in the World Junior Championships. Schenn now has six goals and six assists in three pool-play games. Then, in Ottawa, Tyler Toffoli — the Kings’ second-round draft pick this year — scored five goals in just more than two periods of action as his Ottawa 67s beat the Kingston Frontenacs 9-0 in an Ontario Hockey League junior game. Toffoli now has an OHL-high 34 goals in 36 games this season. To read more about Schenn and Toffoli, check out these stories

Schenn becomes household name (Sportsnet)

Norwegians no match for Canada (Montreal Gazette)

Schenn’s four goals pace Canada (Toronto Sun)

Toffoli shows Cup crowd how it’s done (Ottawa Citizen)

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