Courtright native scores twice in Canada’s Spengler Cup win

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Courtright native Dustin Jeffrey scored twice to lead Canada’s Spengler Cup team to victory.

It’s the fourth time in five years Canada claimed the title.

The team made up of mostly Canadians playing in European pro leagues beat the Czech Republic 4-0 in the final.

Jeffrey – who plays for Lausanne HC in the regular season – scored the first goal of the game – tapping in a pass on the power play.  And he had the final goal of the game as well in the third – smacking in his own rebound. Jeffrey, a product of the Mooretown Minor Hockey system, finished the tournament with three goals and four assists in four games. 

Canada was 4-0 on the tournament outscoring opponents 19-2. Goaltender Zach Fucale had two shutouts including one in the final.

Canada and HC Davos are now tied for the most wins in tournament history at 16.

 

 

One Response to “Courtright native scores twice in Canada’s Spengler Cup win”

  1. Carol MacPherson

    So very proud of Dustin Neil
    Jeffrey! Congratulations on such a spectacular performance!