Chris Allbee was good enough to make the cut to play in the Prince George Spruce Kings' top prospects game.
But nobody expected the 18-year-old winger to collect four goals and an assist and lead Team Blue to a 9-3 win over Team White to wrap up the three-day spring camp.
Allbee was one of five Cariboo midget Cougars out of the ice Sunday afternoon trying to impress the Kings' brass and he did that, playing on a line with Dylan Richardson of Williams Lake and Scott Mackay of Surrey.
"It was lots of fun, I had two good linemates who gave me some good passes and I had a lot of puck luck this weekend -- everything seemed to go my way," said Allbee, who had eight goals and 12 assists all season in 28 B.C. Major Midget League games.
"That's what I came here for -- to make the team -- and we'll see how things work out. Everything has to be faster, quicker feet, quicker passes, and you just have to work harder."
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