Milestone Monday: Moe Gets 100th Point with Two-Goal Night

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In a game on December 11, 2019 against the Medicine Hat Tigers, Spencer Moe scored twice to reach the 100-point plateau in the WHL.

The two goals came in a span of 40 seconds of actual game time on the evening. His first was with six seconds remaining in the second period, taking pass from Brayden Watts and slipping a forehand deke through Garin Bjorklund. Then just 34 seconds into the third, Moe streaked down the left wing and fired a shot through Bjorklund to net his 100th career WHL point.

The 2019-20 season was a breakout season for the Calgary, AB product as he set career marks in goals (19), assists (32), and points (51). His improvement earned him the Ches Leach Award as the Raiders’ Most Improved Player Presented By Great Western Brewing.

In his career, Moe has 43 goals and 77 assists in 264 games in the WHL.

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