Found October 17, 2013 on The Prospect Park:
Ryan Pulock (Brandon Wheat Kings) Just one game involving a New York Islander prospect and that prospect continues to stand out as a player to watch this year. Ryan Pulock (NYI 2013 1st) scored with just 16 seconds remaining in regulation sending the game to overtime as his Brandon Wheat Kings rallied to defeat the Moose Jaw Warriors 3-2 in overtime. It was Pulock's 3rd goal since rejoining the Wheat Kings from the Islanders and he is making them count. A game tying goal to go along with a game winner is not a bad stat to have. The captain of the Wheat Kings is doing what you want from your team leader and that is make the big plays to win games. Canada may have goalie issues with their Under-20 squad but you put Pulock with fellow Islander prospect Griffin Reinhart and you have the start of a pretty solid defensive corp.
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