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He dominated his opponents last season when he was a member of the Neepawa Titans of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

Now, he's terrorizing his opponents at the next level. In 39 games last season with the Titans, Briley Wood scored 19 times and had 57 points. Right after Neepawa did not qualify for the playoffs last year, Wood was re-called by the then-Winnipeg ICE of the Western Hockey League. Wood went on to help the team advance to the league final posting three goals and four points across 19 games. 

Now an assistant captain with the Wenatchee Wild of the WHL, Wood averaged more than a point per game in the regular season with 62 in 60 games. Then come playoff time over the weekend, Briley took his game to the next level.

In game one of the team's series against Kelowna, the former Titan scored four goals and had two assists in an 8-6 win in game one. Then in game two, he had one more goal to go along with three assists as the Rivers native had four goals and three assists across two playoff games.

The Wild will look to take the series lead back on Tuesday when they play game three in Kelowna while game four will also be in Kelowna on Wednesday evening.