The Oshawa Generals season is long over. Which means it’s starting goalie and star forward will be moving to greener pastures. Greener, Rhode Island based pastures.
Studnicka in 2017-18 had himself a productive year as Captain for the Gens, finishing with 72 points, the highest of any player, and had a point per game in the OHL Playoffs. You may also remember Studnicka for winning the Gens team scoring award, which you might’ve read about on this very website.
Keyser, his goalie, finished with a .902 in SV% after 42 contests. Not great, but he’s 19, and the OHL is not known for their productive defensive efforts. He will grow into his role with Providence and probably get much better defensive help.
Both have already been signed to ELCs, so they now hope to bring the already very youthful Providence Bruins a chance to get to the Calder Cup.
The P-Bruins next home game is on April 6th against Hartford, so if you wanna get a look at these two, and all the other talents that keep filtering in from junior and/or europe, now’s the time to do it.
And please, welcome Kyle and Jack to the Black and Gold full-time!