At 16-2-0, the St. Louis Jr. Blues currently boast the NA3HL’s best record. They picked up two more wins this past weekend over Quad City and the big contributor was 16-year-old forward Brycon Johnson. The native of St. Peters, Missouri, posted a five-point weekend (3 goals, 2 assists) as the Jr. Blues swept the Jr. Flames. In Saturday’s 7-2 win, Johnson had a goal and an assist and was a +4. In Sunday’s 6-1 win, Johnson (5’11/185) chimed in with two goals and an assist. The points in both games extended his point streak to seven straight games. In 12 games this season with the Jr. Blues, Johnson has 17 points and has recorded at least a point in all but one game. “Brycon has been able to be one of our more consistent players so far this season. That is rare for someone his age, but he has a lot of natural skill and is a very gifted player for being just 16-years-old,” said St. Louis head coach JP Beilsten.