Former Burlington Cougar Josh Jooris breaks scoring slump.

sportsgreen 100x100By Staff

January 3, 2016


Former Burlington Cougars centre Josh Jooris broke out of his 11-game scoring slump with a goal and an assist as the Calgary Flames shut out the Colorado Avalanche 4-0 at Denver in one of 12 National Hockey League games played last night (Saturday).


Josh Jooris. a product of the Burlington Cougars, celebrating a goal.

The six-foot, one-inch Burlington native gave the Flames a 2-0 lead at 8:18 of the second period and two minutes later helped set up former Toronto Maple Leaf Matt Stajan to put Calgary up 3-0.

The 25-year-old is a product of the Burlington Eagles minor system hockey system.

In 84 regular season games since being signed as a free agent on July 30, 2013 he has scored 15 goals and assisted on 15 others for 30 points. Defensively he is minus 1 and has been assessed 39 minutes in penalties.

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