Signed Swift Current Broncos prospect Samuel Schofield had himself a stellar individual outing with Team Northwest Territories' men's hockey team at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer.
Though his team struggled to a 3-3 overall record, earning 11th place out of 12 teams, Schofield stuffed the stat sheet.
The product of Yellowknife, serving as the Team NT captain, rattled off an average of two points-per-game, for an even dozen (6 G, 6 A).
The 12-point effort currently pegs him in sole possession of fifth in tournament scoring, though action still remains for the top eight teams.
Pool C Play
L - 5-3 to Newfoundland and Labrador:
Schofield scored Team NT's first goal, recording the primary assist on their third.
L - 3-2 to Prince Edward Island:
Schofield put home his team's second goal in the close loss.
W - 4-2 over Yukon:
The game-winning-goal came off the stick of Schofield in his team's first victory.
W - 6-0 over Nunavut:
Schofield recorded a secondary assist on goal #1, scored Team NT's third, added a primary assist on their fourth, and buried the team's sixth and final goal.
C Division semis (9th - 12th place)
L- 6-2 to Prince Edward Island:
Schofield scored Team NT's first goal and recorded the primary assist on their second.
W - 4-2 over Nunavut:
Schofield earned primary assists on the game-winning third goal, as well as the fourth.
Schofield now will make his return to Major Midget in B.C. for the remainder of the regular season and playoffs.
The 5-foot-6 forward has 32 points (17 G, 15 A) in 34 games with the Vancouver NE Chiefs in the BC Major Midget League (BCMML).
Schofield and the Chiefs are tied for first in the BCMML standings with 52 points (23-7-4-2), though the T-1 Fraser Valley Thunderbirds (25-7-1-1) have two games in hand.
The Chiefs are back in action February 23-24 for a weekend set in Trail against the Kootenay Ice.