All seven teams in the Western Hockey League's East Division are fighting for the Subway Cup, a trophy given to the top team after a 24 game season in the Regina bubble.

And in a year like no other, a 15-year-old from North Vancouver is leading the league in scoring. Connor Bedard -- who was granted Exceptional Player Status -- has 20 points, eight of which are goals as he plays his rookie season with the Regina Pats.

Meanwhile, a 16-year-old from Russell is playing his rookie season with the Brandon Wheat Kings and he has his first goal. Tyson Zimmer, a sixth overall selection back in 2019, scored his first goal in a 7-2 win against Regina on Thursday night.

Tyson has played eight games so far and he's a plus three as Brandon is four points behind Saskatoon for the top spot in the East Division.