Red Wings' prospect Martin Frk scores 5 goals in playoff win for Halifax

Jamie Sabau

The Mooseheads won 11-1. Seriously.

Even if you're not a huge fan of Canadian major junior hockey, you've probably heard of the Halifax Mooseheads at some point in the last year. That's because two of their players, Nathan MacKinnon and Jonathan Drouin, are expected to be top-10 picks in the NHL entry draft this summer.

But have you heard of Martin Frk?

Frk, a Detroit Red Wings prospect, led the Mooseheads with an amazing eight points in a 11-1 win over the Saint John Sea Dogs. You read that right. 11-1.

Halifax outshot the Seadogs 59-19, and Frk capitalized on the numerous chances with five goals and three assists. In fact, he had a hat trick by the middle of the second period. For those interested, MacKinnon had two goals and Drouin had six assists.

By the way, that was only Game 1 of the first-round matchup between the two teams. We'll see if Halifax has anything left after a ridiculous offensive output tonight.

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