Justin Schultz Named AHL Player Of The Week Ending October 21st

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Not too shabby for your first week on the job.

Barons Defenceman Justin Schultz has earned AHL Player of the Week honours, posting 3G-1A and a plus 6 in two games.  Schultz’s highlights include two shorthanded goals in Oklahoma City’s home opener against the San Antonio Rampage, and a goal and an assist in defeat aginst Lake Erie on Sunday.

Schultz is currently leading the Oklahoma City Barons in scoring with six points (4-2-6) in four games.  Winger Teemu Hartikainen is second with four points (1-3-4), while Ryan Martindale (0-3-3) and Martin Marincin (2-1-3) are tied for third with three each.

Like to see some of the guy’s work?  Always happy to oblige.

Another reason I miss the NHL?  Highlights with sound clips.

The Barons play Lake Erie for the fourth and final time in this young season tomorrow night.

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