Connor Bedard’s dominance continues after the World Cup in the WHL.

    Connor Bedard scored a modest six power points in his return game. Zumawire / mvphotos

    At the Junior World Championships, he broke all of Canada’s point records and won all possible awards Connor Bedard17, made an effective return to the ranks of the Regina Pats.

    The Pats beat the Calgary Hitmen 6–2, and Bedard scored 4+2=6. In addition, the youngster shot at the goal no less than 13 times.

    Bedard has now produced a ridiculous 70 (31+39) points in 29 games in the WHL. He has an eight-point lead in the WHL’s points market, even though he is second on the swing With Andrew Cristall has seven more games played than Bedard.

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