Morden Manitoba's own Zac Robidoux had a strong outing this past week at the WHL's Medicine Hat Tigers Training Camp. Moving into his first season playing Midget, Zac hopes to have a strong upcoming year after being drafted by the Tigers  124th Overall. Being a GDI goaltender, Zac puts fourth a lot of pride into his game and continually pushes to be the best at his position through his hard work and love for the game. Moving into Sunday for the Top-40 game Robidoux received the start for the black squad, and he paced his club to a 1-1 draw after one period of work. Darren Steinke reported - "I thought I did pretty good," said Robidoux. "I was able to do what the coach wanted me to do and still make some saves." Robidoux said he was trying to play wide between the posts. On odd-man rushes, he was focusing on not coming out too far out of the net to avoid being caught out of positions on passing plays. This netminder, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 190 pounds, admitted he has some butterflies about starting the top 40 game. "It was a little nerve-racking, but I've faced these shooters before in all the other games," said Robidoux, who added he would have like to play all 60 minutes. "I was used to their shots and still managed to make a save. "The nerves kind of went away. I was able to try some stuff that I wanted to and make saves." Robidoux wasn't brought up to main camp due to the fact the Tigers wanted to spend more time evaluating their veteran netminders. Tigers general manager Brad McEwen was really happy with how the young puck stopper prospect played. "If you take it from prospect camp from (June) until now, I thought his game has gotten a lot better," said McEwen. "I thought he had a really good weekend for sure."