Looks like a franchise goalie in the Wheat city for the next few years !
Brandon, MB. -- Highly touted netminder Jordan Papirny stole the spotlight Sunday morning as the Brandon Wheat Kings' Spring Prospects Camp came to a close at Westman Communications Group Place.
The Wheat Kings' second pick and 22nd overall selection in last year's Western Hockey League Bantam Draft in Edmonton, the 16-year old Edmonton product backstopped Team White to a sweep of Sunday's scrimmages, stopping thirty-nine of 40 shots in the process.
After turning aside all fifteen shots that he faced in Team White's 7-0 victory in the opening game, Papirny stopped 24 of 25 in a 2-1 victory in game two.
The only shooter to beat him was Calgary's Braylon Shmyr, who was the Wheat Kings' first round selection (12th overall) in this year's bantam draft.