Penguins Prospects' Stats

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Evilo
11-02-2003, 02:45 AM
Updated Sunday 04-18-2004


AHL end of the season stats

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
67GP, 10G, 17A, 27P, +6, 71 PIMs.

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
53GP, 20G, 25A, 45P, +15, 97 PIMs

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
44GP, 18-19-2, 2.40 GAA, .908 SV%, 4 SO.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
79GP, 17G, 22A, 39P, -2, 68 PIMs

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
78GP, 1G, 7A, 8P, +4, 298 PIMs

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
64GP, 4G, 12A, 16P, -4, 78 PIMs

Pauli Levokari (D, 257th in 2002)
27GP, 3G, 4A, 7P, E, 54 PIMs

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
58GP, 4G, 17A, 21P, +7, 96 PIMs

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
56GP, 16G, 26A, 42P, +6, 49PIMs

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
63GP, 10G, 26A, 36P, +2, 69 PIMs

Ondrej Nemec (D, 35th in 2002)
7GP, 1G, 2A, 3P, +1, 2 PIMs.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
79GP, 30G, 19A, 49P, E, 34 PIMs

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
62GP, 15G, 29A, 44P, +15, 4 PIMs

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
64GP, 1G, 15A, 16P, +1, 54 PIMs

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, E.

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
30GP, 14G, 15A, 29P, +13, 14 PIMs


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
RS : 63GP, 27G, 35A, 62P, +22, 60 PIMs.
PO : 11GP, 8G, 4A, 12P, -2, 8 PIMs.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
RS : 71GP, 30G, 25A, 55P, -21, 50 PIMs.
PO : no playoffs.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
RS : 62GP, 17G, 22A, 39P, +18, 86 PIMs.
PO : 11GP, 2G, 3A, 5P, -1, 16 PIMs.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
RS : 50GP, 19G, 37A, 56P, +22, 123 PIMs.
PO : 11GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, -7, 24 PIMs


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
RS : 67GP, 5G, 14A, 19P, -23, 96 PIMs.
PO : no playoffs

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
RS : 56GP, 2G, 18A, 20P, +17, 42 PIMs.
PO : 12GP, 0G, 2A, 2P, +3, 26 PIMs

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
RS : 61GP, 30G, 29A, 59P, +2, 148 PIMs.
PO : 4GP, 1G, 2A, 2P, -3, 12 PIMs


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
RS : 55GP, 22G, 50A, 72P, +36, 33 PIMs.
PO : 5GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, -4, 0 PIMs

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, Cape Breton, 1st in 2003)
RS : 10GP, 8-1-1, 1.98 GAA, 0.933 SV%.
PO : 5GP, 1-3, 3.10 GAA, 0.889 SV%.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
RS : 51GP, 25G, 73A, 98P, +33, 41 PIMs.
PO : 5GP, 4G, 3A, 7P, +3, 0 PIMs


Europe

Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
RS : 33GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 12 PIMs.

Patrik Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
40GP, 12G, 23A, 35P, 8PIMs

Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
RS : 47GP, 25-22, 2.40 GAA, .927 SV%, 3 SO
PO : 7GP, 4-3-0, 2.91 GAA, .930 SV%

Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
37GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, 28 PIMs

Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
38GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 18 PIMs.

Mika Lehto (G, Finland, Tappara, 224th in 1998)
46GP, 17-19-8, 2.52 GAA, 92.01 SV%, 3 SO

Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
RS : 44GP, 2G, 4A, 6P, 42 PIMs
PO : 3GP, 0G, 0A, 0P, 0 PIMs

Dr. Penguino
11-02-2003, 04:17 AM
Lukas Bolf

Barrie
16 GP 6 A +10 16 PIM

Currently leading his team in plus/minus. Ive been trying to get some info on him, but have not had any luck. I'll keep trying though and hopefully seem him play a couple games through the year.

Mr. T
11-02-2003, 05:04 AM
Sweet. I was going to post something like this tomorrow morning after I finish updating all the stats. I'll add the rest of the list then. Good job Evilo.

AEKaki
11-02-2003, 08:23 AM
Amazing stats for Chiodo and Stone...
A bit disapointing for Bissonette who impressed so much here.

AEKaki
11-02-2003, 08:26 AM
It's better to make one thread for all of these prospects.

But amazing stats for Goephert, Bartschi and Talbot.
Christensen's production dropped.
Whitney, well I hope he's doing his defense job.

tom_servo
11-02-2003, 09:05 AM
Here's Nemec's line:

17 games, 0 goals, 1 assist, 16 PIM, -10

According to Kovacevic, his +/- is hitting rock bottom.

http://www.post-gazette.com/penguins/20031028prospect1028p9.asp

DJ Spinoza
11-02-2003, 09:09 AM
Yeah, Nemec is not really having a good year at all.

Harvard has only played one game, and I think Lannon must have been scratched or hurt, because he isn't in the current stats.

DJ Spinoza
11-02-2003, 09:13 AM
Can someone give me a link to where I can check Bartschi's stats throughout the year?

Thanks.

spence___
11-02-2003, 09:15 AM
86- Drew Fata (ECHL, Wheeling)
4 GP, 1G, 1A, 2P, -1, 11 PIM

Fata played his first game for the Baby Pens on Saturday. He had a goal and was a +2.

spence___
11-02-2003, 09:18 AM
Can someone give me a link to where I can check Bartschi's stats throughout the year?

Thanks.

http://ehc-kloten.ch/files/content/element/270/Statistik%20NLA.xls

Thats from there official site. The numbers havent been updated in a while though. I posted this like a month ago and his stats were still 12gp 14p.

tom_servo
11-02-2003, 09:32 AM
Evilo - thanks for the effort you put into digging up these stats.

DJ Spinoza
11-02-2003, 10:47 AM
Thanks spence and thanks to Evilo too.

I noticed another Baumgartner... Maybe we can bring him over too.;)

Evilo
11-02-2003, 11:22 AM
Thanks.
Changes made.

Evilo
11-02-2003, 11:23 AM
Thanks.
I'll try to find a day early December to update it all.
I have the links now, it makes it easier.
We'll see in january though, I may be late, my wife expects another child then... ;)

icarus
11-02-2003, 09:24 PM
And just for those who didn't see my response to Evilo's inquiry about Matt Moulson on the Prospects Board:

The poster calgARI from Calgarypuck.com goes to Cornell and follows the team closely. He had trouble logging in here and asked me to post the following response:

"Moulson put up good numbers last year and this weekend. I have never been impressed with him however. He has played on the first line his entire time with Cornell and playing with outstanding offensive players such as Ryan Vesce and Stephen Baby have certainly helped his production.

Moulson was a perimeter player last year and faded badly down the stretch primarily due to this. This weekend, his pressence in front of the net was more noticable. His numbers would dictate that he has good offensive upside, but I just have never seen it. He is not big. His skating is average.

That said, he kind of reminds me a bit of Chuck Kobasew when he was with Boston College. You never really notice him out there, but at the end of the game, his name is all over the score sheet. I would not take him on my team just because I am a huge advocate of skating and physical play and he does not excel at either. His numbers have been good. We will see how he does this year. There are a lot offensive weapons on Cornell and he is now playing on the first powerplay unit so he could put up pretty big numbers. I do think that fellow sophomore Shane Hynes (Anaheim) was much higher upside than Moulson, but just has not been able to put it all together yet."

BTW, I hope Mario is alright. I've got he and four other Pens on my fantasy team (or at least in the organisation). I'm cheering for you guys, although it pains me to see Rico Fata playing well as a Flames fan.

Evilo
11-03-2003, 09:26 AM
Thanks a lot.

Isn't it possible for the mods to sticky the prospects stats threads?
I mean it's Hockey's Future. You might think Pens fans would want to come here for this kind of information.

GoRyanMalone
11-03-2003, 10:21 AM
Thanks a lot.

Isn't it possible for the mods to sticky the prospects stats threads?
I mean it's Hockey's Future. You might think Pens fans would want to come here for this kind of information.

www.hockeyeastonline.com

Ben Eaves (Boston College)

Bobby Goephert (Providence)

Ryan Whitney (Boston University)

Patrick Foley (New Hampshire)


www.collegehockeystats.com

Andy Schneider (North Dakota)

Noah Welch (Harvard)

Andy Sertich (Mich St. ?)

DJ Spinoza
11-03-2003, 04:40 PM
^

Advocating for a sticky!

The Tang
11-03-2003, 04:51 PM
consider it stuck :rolly:

Evilo
11-03-2003, 07:36 PM
www.hockeyeastonline.com

Ben Eaves (Boston College)

Bobby Goephert (Providence)

Ryan Whitney (Boston University)

Patrick Foley (New Hampshire)


www.collegehockeystats.com

Andy Schneider (North Dakota)

Noah Welch (Harvard)

Andy Sertich (Mich St. ?)
? :dunno:

Evilo
11-03-2003, 07:48 PM
Updated Duba's stats.

GoRyanMalone
11-03-2003, 08:19 PM
? :dunno:

oh, sorry

AEKaki
11-05-2003, 06:44 AM
Please make this a sticky (first sticky Raider?)

We should post here any stat or opinion about a Penguins prospect.
I'll start with Matt Moulson, our last pick in June's draft (263rd).
He has 5 points (2 goals, 3 assists) in 2 games.
I'm still waiting on some opinions about him from people that have seen him play.
But it's great to see such a low pick do well.

Please fill me in for any stat. We'll do a monthly update.

Our stats so far on last draft :

1- Fleury : you know it all

32- Stone (WHL, Brandon) :
17GP, 5G, 11A, 16P, 51 PIM.

70- Filewich (WHL, Prince George) :
17GP, 7G, 5A, 12P, 23 PIM.

73- Carcillo (OHL, Sarnia) :
12GP, 6G, 5A, 11P, 24 PIM.

121- Bissonnette (OHL, Saginaw) :
14GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, -9.

161- Isakov (Russia, Cherepovets Severstal) :
15GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.

169- Bolf (OHL, Barrie)
16GP, 0G, 6A, 6P, +10, 16 PIM.

199- Chiodo (AHL, Wilkes-Barre) :
5 GP, 3-0-1, 1 SO,1.93 GAA, .935 SV%.

229- Dixon (QMJHL, Cape Breton) :
16 GP, 6G, 20A, 26P, +19.

232- Jensen (NCAA St Cloud State) :
6GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +2.

263- Moulson (NCAA, Cornell) :
2GP, 2G, 3A, 5P.

Edit the 1st thread.
Instead of putting numbers like 263 next to the players name, just group them by position and then alphabetical order from their last names. It would be nicer.
Anyways, add the following:

Through Nov2

COLLEGE PLAYERS (missing Sertich)

GP G A PTS Shots SO% +/-
Ben Eaves 5 2 4 6 7 .286 0
Ryan Whitney 4 0 2 2 4 .000 +3
Patrick Foley 3 0 0 0 2 .000 -1
Andy Schneider 4 1 2 3 ? ??? ?
Noah Welch 1 0 0 0 ? ??? ?


GP Min GA GAA Saves SV% W L T
Bobby Goepfert 6 321:55 14 2.61 131 .903 5 0 0

The Tang
11-05-2003, 07:40 AM
Chiodo is 4-0-1 now.... :yo:
go chiodo!i feel kinda sorry for him though. when he was with the isles, he was suck behing dipietro in the depth chart. here, he is stuck behind Fleury, and its not like he has no potential at all (i think he was a 2nd round pick originally).

Evilo
11-05-2003, 09:10 AM
Edit the 1st thread.
Instead of putting numbers like 263 next to the players name, just group them by position and then alphabetical order from their last names. It would be nicer.
Anyways, add the following:

Through Nov2

COLLEGE PLAYERS (missing Sertich)

GP G A PTS Shots SO% +/-
Ben Eaves 5 2 4 6 7 .286 0
Ryan Whitney 4 0 2 2 4 .000 +3
Patrick Foley 3 0 0 0 2 .000 -1
Andy Schneider 4 1 2 3 ? ??? ?
Noah Welch 1 0 0 0 ? ??? ?


GP Min GA GAA Saves SV% W L T
Bobby Goepfert 6 321:55 14 2.61 131 .903 5 0 0
You realize it is the spot where they were taken in the draft ?
And your post is unreadable.

AEKaki
11-05-2003, 10:25 AM
You realize it is the spot where they were taken in the draft ?
And your post is unreadable.


I do know that its their draft position but you can put that after the name in ().

The point of this thread is to have all of the Penguins prospects, not only 2003.

Why isn't it readable, i can't place their stats in a table. I tried and it gave that result.

Evilo
11-05-2003, 10:58 AM
No the point of this thread is evaluing each year's prospects. You have a thread for all three drafts.
Scroll down the page if you want the others.
Must be the hardest I guess... :sigh:

GoPenguins
11-05-2003, 01:03 PM
I know the thread title says 2003 prospects' stats, but I too thought that the plan was to have a prospects thread for all prospects, regardless of the year they were drafted. If we had a sticky for every draft year, we'd start accumulating a lot of stickys.

Can this thread just be used for all Pens prospects stats? I dont mind seeing Patrik Bartschi's stats alongside Daniel Carcillo's.

I know we have a lot of stickys, but I wouldnt mind a WB Baby Pens thread too. Then again, they can kinda fit under ths prospects thread.

Evilo
11-05-2003, 09:43 PM
Then can the mods merge the threads ?
If not I'll do a copy and paste...
Let me know Raider or AK...

tom_servo
11-05-2003, 09:57 PM
Is Chiodo really playing that well?

Also, you might want to add player positions to the original post, so we know who are defensemen and who are forwards.

Evilo
11-06-2003, 09:32 AM
Is Chiodo really playing that well?

Also, you might want to add player positions to the original post, so we know who are defensemen and who are forwards.
Done.
Now if the mods culd merge the threads like some said...
If they don't do it before this weekend, I'll copy and paste...

AEKaki
11-08-2003, 09:55 AM
No the point of this thread is evaluing each year's prospects. You have a thread for all three drafts.
Scroll down the page if you want the others.
Must be the hardest I guess... :sigh:



NO!
This is what you don't understand.
We don't want 3 threads!
We want 1, with all 3
It's that hard to understand eh...

We made this thread sticky and only this one in order for you to add ALL of our prospects in one thread in the main post.
I uptaded you the college prospects like 5 days ago and you still didn't change your original thread.
Like I said, the other 2 threads are useless.
It's better to have 1 thread and to have it sticky with all of our prospects. It's nicer and more organised. That way, we don't have to go in different threads all the time.

Your thing is like for example yesterday's game vs Florida, if we had made 1 thread for each goal by the Penguins, 1 for each for by the Panthers and one for each nice play by a Penguin, this way we comment on each thing in different threads. But we merged them in Koltsov's daily GameDay threads, this way we can comment on one page.

Now with this thread, we can help you uptade it when we have new stats. What I suggest (and I repeat) is that you put all of the prospects in your main post (by editing it) and you put them in Alphabetical order. After the name of the player you can put between brackets his draft year and position, and under the player you can put his stats. This way, we can follow all the prospects on this page. The name of the thread could stay the same as we're still 2003.

It wasn't that hard to understand my previous post.

DJ Spinoza
11-08-2003, 10:30 AM
I figure I'll post these here, mostly NCAAers:

Matt Moulson - Cornell - Senior - Forward
3gp 3g 5a 8pts 4pim

Cam Abbot - Cornell - Senior - Forward
2gp 0g 2a 2pts 2pim

Ben Eaves - Boston College - Senior - Forward
7gp 3g 6a 9pts 0pim

Ryan Whitney - Boston University - Junior - Defenseman
5gp 0g 2a 2pts 4pim

Andy Schneider - North Dakota - Junior - Defenseman
4gp 1g 2a 3pts 6pim

Noah Welch - Harvard - Junior - Defenseman
1gp 0g 0a 0pts 4pim

I believe the coach sat him for one game because of something that happened in the game, I'm guessing it has to do with the PIMs.

Ryan Lannon - Harvard - Junior - Defenseman
1gp 0g 0a 0pts 0pim

He was suspended for the first game of the season, I believe. No idea why.

Andy Sertich - Minnesota - Senior - Forward/Defenseman
7gp 1g 2a 3pts 4pim

Patrick Bartschi - Kloten Flyers - 20 years old(?) - Forward
17gp 8g 8a 16pts +8

Playing exceptional well in the Swiss Leage.

GoRyanMalone
11-08-2003, 12:03 PM
I figure I'll post these here, mostly NCAAers:

Matt Moulson - Cornell - Senior - Forward
3gp 3g 5a 8pts 4pim

Cam Abbot - Cornell - Senior - Forward
2gp 0g 2a 2pts 2pim

Ben Eaves - Boston College - Senior - Forward
7gp 3g 6a 9pts 0pim

Ryan Whitney - Boston University - Junior - Defenseman
5gp 0g 2a 2pts 4pim

Andy Schneider - North Dakota - Junior - Defenseman
4gp 1g 2a 3pts 6pim

Noah Welch - Harvard - Junior - Defenseman
1gp 0g 0a 0pts 4pim

I believe the coach sat him for one game because of something that happened in the game, I'm guessing it has to do with the PIMs.

Ryan Lannon - Harvard - Junior - Defenseman
1gp 0g 0a 0pts 0pim

He was suspended for the first game of the season, I believe. No idea why.

Andy Sertich - Minnesota - Senior - Forward/Defenseman
7gp 1g 2a 3pts 4pim

Patrick Bartschi - Kloten Flyers - 20 years old(?) - Forward
17gp 8g 8a 16pts +8

Playing exceptional well in the Swiss Leage.

Is Cam Abbot on the pens ??

The Tang
11-08-2003, 12:40 PM
Then can the mods merge the threads ?
If not I'll do a copy and paste...
Let me know Raider or AK...

i originally thought this thread was for all the prospects. but if you want me to emrge this with others, let me know which ones you want merged.

AEKaki
11-08-2003, 02:12 PM
i originally thought this thread was for all the prospects. but if you want me to emrge this with others, let me know which ones you want merged.

It is for all the prospects.
Evilo didn't understand at first.

DJ Spinoza
11-08-2003, 02:20 PM
Is Cam Abbot on the pens ??

I'm pretty sure. I believe he came to camp this year, went to WBS camp for a little and then went back.

Evilo
11-08-2003, 03:08 PM
It is for all the prospects.
Evilo didn't understand at first.
Nah read the thread entirely.
I think YOU missed the whole point...

Yes Raider, as I was saying in a previous post, it would save me time if you could merge the three threads.
I'll update the stats in a couple of days...

STARKOULOS : You're really worthless you know.
You keep complaining wihtout giving anything in return.
Maybe next time you'll do your own research and you'll be fine with that...

The Tang
11-08-2003, 04:37 PM
Evilo, Starkouklos, no flaming eachother, its not necessary.

anyways, i merged the threads.

GoPenguins
11-08-2003, 06:20 PM
I'm pretty sure. I believe he came to camp this year, went to WBS camp for a little and then went back.

Did you mean Jim Abbott or Cam Paddock or both? :)

DJ Spinoza
11-08-2003, 06:53 PM
Did you mean Jim Abbott or Cam Paddock or both? :)

Whoops.http://hfboards.com/images/smilies/blush.gif

Kinda funny though.:joker:

Evilo
11-09-2003, 04:28 AM
Update done today.

I merged all the stats.
It would be cool if a mod could edit the title to Prospects' stats.

DJ Spinoza
11-09-2003, 09:08 AM
Here's Bartschi's current (as of yesterday):

Patrick Bartschi - Kloten Flyers - 20 years old(?) - Forward
17gp 8g 8a 16pts +8

PensFan68
11-09-2003, 04:15 PM
Did you mean Jim Abbott or Cam Paddock or both? :)


:lol:

I was thinking that when I was reading the posts.

GoRyanMalone
11-10-2003, 10:32 AM
A few things to help you update:

F - Patrick Foley (New Hampshire)
Drafted in round 6 #185 overall 2000

Year: GP:5 G:0 A:0 P:0 SOG:3 +/-: -1 PIM: 10

D - Paul Bissonnette (Saginaw)
Drafted in round 4 #121 overall 2003

Year: GP:17 G:2 A:2 P:4 PIM:8 +/-: -14

D - Lukas Bolf (Barrie)
Drafted in round 6 #169 overall 2003

Year: GP:19 G:1 A:9 P:10 PIM:20 +/-: +13

C - Steven Dixon (Cape Breton - Screaming Eagles)
Drafted in round 7 #229 overall 2003

Year: GP:22 G:7 A:24 P:31 SOG:69 +/-: +17 PIM:10

D - Daniel Fernholm (DjurgŚrdens IF)
Drafted in round 4 #101 overall 2002

Year: GP:3 G:0 A:1 P:1 PIM:0
Week: No update

Tier II (Hammarby):
Year: GP:15 G:1 A:3 P:4 PIM:4
Week: No update

G - Mika Lehto (Tappara)
Drafted in round 8 #224 overall 1998

Year: GP:15 Mins:875.00 GA:34 S:453 SO:0 W:7 L:5 T:2 GAA:2.33 SP:93.02

Pretty much everyone on WBS played another game. You seem to update daily, so, here's the URL: http://www.theahl.com/AHLStatistics0304/wilkesbarre.html

Evilo
11-10-2003, 11:58 PM
Thanks.
Foley, Bissonnette, Bolf and Dixon were already updated last week though.
I didn't know about Fernholm though, so I'll use your stats on him.
As for Lehto, I didn't update him because I think he will never get a chance in Pittsburgh.

Evilo
11-11-2003, 12:23 AM
Here are the links for those looking for more in-depth stats :

OHL :
http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/stats/

WHL :
http://www.whl.ca/stats/

QMJHL :
http://www.lhjmq.qc.ca/lang_fr/index.php?page=72463467&typ=reg

NCAA :
http://www.uscollegehockey.com/stats/

Wilkes-Barre :
http://www.theahl.com/AHLStatistics0304/wilkesbarre.html

Wheeling :
http://wheelingnailers.com/stats/team_stats.htm

GoPenguins
11-15-2003, 05:27 AM
A couple of updates for you.

Lukas Bolf - GP:21 G:1 A:9 Pts:10 +/-:+13 PIM:24

Jonathan Filewich - GP:23 G:11 A:12 Pts:23 PIM:25

Erik Christensen - GP:18 G:7 A:8 PTs:15 PIM:26

Paul Bissonnette - GP:18 G:2 A:3 Pts:5 +/-:-16 PIM:8

Daniel Carcillo - GP:17 G:10 A:10 Pts:20 +/-:+3 PIM:32

Keep up the great work, guys :)

Evilo
11-15-2003, 06:24 AM
A couple of updates for you.

Lukas Bolf - GP:21 G:1 A:9 Pts:10 +/-:+13 PIM:24

Jonathan Filewich - GP:23 G:11 A:12 Pts:23 PIM:25

Erik Christensen - GP:18 G:7 A:8 PTs:15 PIM:26

Paul Bissonnette - GP:18 G:2 A:3 Pts:5 +/-:-16 PIM:8

Daniel Carcillo - GP:17 G:10 A:10 Pts:20 +/-:+3 PIM:32

Keep up the great work, guys :)
Thanks.
I'll update the whole thing tomorrow.

Evilo
11-16-2003, 04:53 AM
Updated today Sunday 11-16-03

spence___
11-16-2003, 08:55 AM
* denotes update Sunday 11-9-2003

2003
161- Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal) :
15GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.


2002

*69- Eric Christensen (F, WHL, Kamloops)
19GP, 7G, 8A, 15P, +11, 26 PIM.
One assist in 3 games. Has a hard time finding last year's form.

Isakov's had 4 points (2+2) in 16 games. http://www.russianprospects.com/profile.php?player_id=140 I think he might have even played in a few more games, but this sites the best place I know of.

I've been wondering about Christensen though, It seems like he's been working on his weaknesses and trying to become a better player. Kind of like how Lupashuck's production dropped off after his demotion last year. Has anyone heard anything about him?

Evilo
11-16-2003, 10:25 AM
Isakov's had 4 points (2+2) in 16 games. http://www.russianprospects.com/profile.php?player_id=140 I think he might have even played in a few more games, but this sites the best place I know of.

I've been wondering about Christensen though, It seems like he's been working on his weaknesses and trying to become a better player. Kind of like how Lupashuck's production dropped off after his demotion last year. Has anyone heard anything about him?
Thanks. Edited.

Evilo
11-23-2003, 06:58 AM
* denotes update Sunday 11-23-2003

2003

*1- Marc-Andre Fleury (G, NHL, Pittsburgh) :
13GP, 3-7-2, 3.01 GAA, .916 SV%, 1 SO

*32- Ryan Stone (F, WHL, Brandon) :
19GP, 5G, 12A, 17P, +4, 64 PIM.
Didn't play this week again.

*70- Jonathan Filewich (F, WHL, Prince George) :
26GP, 11G, 13A, 24P, -2, 29 PIM.
Leading his team in points. Had 0 point in 3 games this week, -3.

*73- Daniel Carcillo (F, OHL, Sarnia) :
20GP, 10G, 10A, 20P, +2, 47 PIM.

*121- Paul Bissonnette (D, OHL, Saginaw) :
22GP, 2G, 4A, 6P, -20, 15 PIM.
Is worse on the team in +/-, far from the others in fact (best player is +0 and the next worst is -12.

*161- Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal) :
16GP, 2G, 2A, 4P.

*169- Lukas Bolf (D, OHL, Barrie)
25GP, 1G, 9A, 10P, +13, 26 PIM.
Pretty impressive numbers for a newcomer in NA.

*199- Andy Chiodo (G, AHL, Wilkes-Barre) :
8GP, 4-2-0, 1 SO, 2.18 GAA, .923 SV%.
1 loss for him and for some strange reason, was sent to Wheeling... Puzzling.

*229- Stephen Dixon (F, QMJHL, Cape Breton) :
25 GP, 7G, 25A, 32P, +18.
2 games, 0 point this week.

*232- Joe Jensen (F, NCAA St Cloud State) :
12GP, 2G, 4A, 6P.
2 games, 1 assist this week.

*263- Matt Moulson (F, NCAA, Cornell) :
8GP, 6G, 9A, 15P.
2 games, 1 goal, 2 assists, 3 points this week.

2002

*5- Ryan Whitney (D, NCAA, Boston University)
9GP, 1G, 4A, 5P.
1 goal, 1 assist in 2 games this week.

35- Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin)
17GP, 0G, 1A, 16 PIM, -10.

*69- Eric Christensen (F, WHL, Kamloops)
22GP, 8G, 12A, 20P, +14, 28 PIM.
1 goal, 4 assists 5 points in 3 games this week.

101- Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden)
3GP, 0G, 1A, 1P

*136- Andrew Sertich (F, NCAA, Minnesota)
12GP, 1G, 5A, 6P.
0 point in 2 games.

*137- Cam Paddock (F, WHL, Kelowna)
16GP, 7G, 7A, 14P, +1, 27 PIM.
3 games, 1 goal, 3 assists, 4 points this week.

*171- Bobby Goephert (G, NCAA, Providence)
10GP, 6-2-1, 3.18 GAA, .899 SV%.
Bad loss for him this week. It ruined his stats that were great so far.

202- Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten)
17GP, 8G, 8A, 16P, +8

*234- Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau)
24GP, 7G, 31A, 39P, -1.
4 points in 2 games, 6th in the league in scoring

*239- Ryan Lannon (D, NCAA, Harvard)
4GP, 0G, 0A, 0P.
No game for him.

265- Dwight Labrosse (G, Last time I heard he wasn't signed by Pensacola, ECHL after a tryout contract).


2001

*21- Colby Armstrong (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
4GP, 1G, 1A, 2P, +3.
Came back from his leg injury only to twist ins ankle in his first game back.

*54- Noah Welch (D, NCAA, Harvard)
4GP, 2G, 0A, 2P
No game either.

*86- Drew Fata (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
7 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
1 game this week.

*96- Alexandre Rouleau (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
7GP, 0G, 1A, 1P

*120- Tomas Surovy (F, NHL, Pittsburgh)
NHL : 5GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, +2
AHL : 13GP, 6G, 8A, 14P, +8

*131- Ben Eaves (F, NCAA, Boston College)
11GP, 3G, 9A, 12P.
2 assists in 2 games this week.

*156- Andy Schneider (D, NCAA, North Dakota)
9GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.
Pointless in 2 games this week.

217- Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli)
17GP, 9-6-2, 2.45 GAA, .923 SV%, 2 SO

*250- Brandon Crawford-West (G, NCAA, Miami Ohio)
8GP, 6-1-1, 2.58 GAA, .892 SV%.
Two games, two wins this week.. He's taken over Hartley (Bob's son) starting job it seems. Hartley is 2-5-1 with the same team, and didn't play this week (they usually share the load).

Other prospects

*Kris Beech (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
17GP, 8G, 8A, 16P, +8, 18 PIM
7 points in 3 games this week (!).

*Matt Murley (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
14GP, 3G, 11A, 14P, +10
5 points in 3 games.

*Eric Meloche (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
17GP, 3G, 5A, 8P, -1
Pointless in 3 games.

*Shane Endicott (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
17GP, 3G, 4A, 7P, +4, 15 PIM
1 goal in 3 games, but according to Therrien, he does a great job shutting down the other teams' scorers and has an NHL future doing so.

*Ross Lupaschuk (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
14GP, 1G, 5A, 6P, +8, 32 PIM
Still injured but should come back next week.

*Michel Ouellet (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
16GP, 6G, 2A, 8P, +7, 10 PIM
3 goals, 1 assist, 4 points, +6 in 2 games.

*Toby Petersen (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
12GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +4
Pointless in 3 games. Injured right now.

*Michal Sivek (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
3GP, 1G, 2A, 3P, +2
Still injured. Skating, but no contact drills right now.

*Rob Scuderi (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
17GP, 0G, 4A, 2P, +5, 11 PIM
2 assists in 3 games.

*Guillaume Lefebvre (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
16 GP, 0G, 2A, 2P, -3, 25 PIM
Still goaless.

*David Koci (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
16GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +3, 56 PIM
First point!
Updated!

DJ Spinoza
11-24-2003, 05:17 PM
Well they finally updated Bartschi's stats:

22GP 10G 12A +15

Still a point per game. Pluss has 29 points, but I'd like to know where he stands in the league. His defensive play might be the best, because Pluss is only +3 ahead of him even though he has 7 more points.

:handclap:

Jacob
11-28-2003, 11:30 PM
Bartschi is currently out with a concussion for 3 weeks.

http://information.bluewin.ch/bw/image/0,2276,100600,00.jpg

I don't know where Kloten came up with the 3 weeks figure, because obviously concussion symptoms can last anywhere from a week to a life time, but the 3 weeks would be up just in time for Bartschi to play in the WJCs.

Evilo
11-29-2003, 01:32 AM
Bad news... I hope he recovers in these three weeks...

Evilo
11-30-2003, 01:58 AM
* denotes update Sunday 11-30-2003

2003

*1- Marc-Andre Fleury (G, NHL, Pittsburgh) :
14GP, 3-8-2, 3.09 GAA, .913 SV%, 1 SO

*32- Ryan Stone (F, WHL, Brandon) :
19GP, 5G, 12A, 17P, +4, 64 PIM.
Still injured.

*70- Jonathan Filewich (F, WHL, Prince George) :
29GP, 14G, 14A, 28P, +2, 29 PIM.
4 points in 3 games (3+1) this week and was +4. Team leader in points.

*73- Daniel Carcillo (F, OHL, Sarnia) :
23GP, 12G, 12A, 24P, +4, 51 PIM.
4 points in 3 games this week (2+2), +2, 4 PIM.

*121- Paul Bissonnette (D, OHL, Saginaw) :
26GP, 2G, 5A, 7P, -20, 25 PIM.
One point in 3 games. First time he was not minus in a whole week this season. Is still worse on the team in +/-, far from the others in fact (best player is +0 and the next worst is -14.

161- Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal) :
16GP, 2G, 2A, 4P.

*169- Lukas Bolf (D, OHL, Barrie)
28GP, 1G, 9A, 10P, +11, 26 PIM.
Pointless in 3 games. -2 as well this week. Still, he has pretty impressive numbers for a newcomer in NA.

*199- Andy Chiodo (G, AHL, Wilkes-Barre) :
9GP, 4-3-0, 1 SO, 2.05 GAA, .928 SV%.
Back in Wilkes-Barre after an awful week in Wheeling. Lost his only AHL game this week.

*229- Stephen Dixon (F, QMJHL, Cape Breton) :
26 GP, 9G, 26A, 35P, +20.
3 points in 1 games (2+1). Was +2 as well in that game.

*232- Joe Jensen (F, NCAA St Cloud State) :
14GP, 3G, 4A, 7P.
2 games, 1 goal this week.

*263- Matt Moulson (F, NCAA, Cornell) :
9GP, 6G, 10A, 16P.
1 game, 1 assist, took over the team scoring lead.

2002

*5- Ryan Whitney (D, NCAA, Boston University)
11GP, 2G, 4A, 6P.
1 goal in 2 games this week.

35- Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin)
17GP, 0G, 1A, 16 PIM, -10.

*69- Eric Christensen (F, WHL, Kamloops)
23GP, 8G, 12A, 20P, +14, 28 PIM.
Pointless in 1 game this week.

101- Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden)
3GP, 0G, 1A, 1P

*136- Andrew Sertich (F, NCAA, Minnesota)
14GP, 2G, 6A, 8P.
2 points (1+1) in 2 games.

*137- Cam Paddock (F, WHL, Kelowna)
20GP, 8G, 7A, 15P, +1, 29 PIM.
4 games, 1 goal this week.

*171- Bobby Goephert (G, NCAA, Providence)
10GP, 6-2-1, 3.18 GAA, .899 SV%.
Didn't play this week. Notice that the other goalie, while having much better stats (1.68 GAA, .945 SV%) also has a losing record : 0-3-2. It seems Goepfert gets the wins, but not the good stats.

*202- Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15
Thanks to MrKnowNothing for the update. Thanks also to Jacobv that informed us Patrick is out with a concussion.

*234- Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
4 points in 2 games (1+3), 6th in the league in scoring. 4 points behind the second, but of course, 23 points behind Crosby (!).

*239- Ryan Lannon (D, NCAA, Harvard)
7GP, 0G, 1A, 1P.
3 games, 1 assist.

265- Dwight Labrosse (G, Last time I heard he wasn't signed by Pensacola, ECHL after a tryout contract).


2001

*21- Colby Armstrong (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
7GP, 1G, 2A, 3P, +4.
Came back from his injury but was limited to 1 point in 3 games.

*54- Noah Welch (D, NCAA, Harvard)
7GP, 2G, 2A, 4P
2 assists in 3 games.

*86- Drew Fata (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
1 game this week. No point.

*96- Alexandre Rouleau (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
9GP, 0G, 1A, 1P.
2 games, pointless.

*120- Tomas Surovy (F, NHL, Pittsburgh)
NHL : 8GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, +2
AHL : 13GP, 6G, 8A, 14P, +8
Pointless in 3 games this week.

*131- Ben Eaves (F, NCAA, Boston College)
11GP, 3G, 9A, 12P.
3 games, 3 assists this week. Lost the team scoring lead.

*156- Andy Schneider (D, NCAA, North Dakota)
9GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.
Didn't play this week.

217- Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli)
17GP, 9-6-2, 2.45 GAA, .923 SV%, 2 SO

*250- Brandon Crawford-West (G, NCAA, Miami Ohio)
8GP, 6-1-1, 2.58 GAA, .892 SV%.
No game for either goalie this week.

Other prospects

*Kris Beech (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
20GP, 8G, 9A, 17P, +8, 28 PIM
1 point in 3 games this week. 10 PIM though. Seems to have found his edge again.

*Matt Murley (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
17GP, 3G, 12A, 15P, +10, 7 PIM.
1 point in 3 games.

*Eric Meloche (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
20GP, 4G, 6A, 10P, +0
2 points in 3 games (1+1).

*Shane Endicott (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
20GP, 3G, 5A, 8P, +4, 17 PIM
1 assist in 3 games, but according to Therrien, he does a great job shutting down the other teams' scorers and has an NHL future doing so.

*Ross Lupaschuk (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
14GP, 1G, 5A, 6P, +8, 32 PIM
Still injured but should come back next week.

*Michel Ouellet (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
19GP, 7G, 2A, 9P, +7, 10 PIM
1 goal in 3 games.

*Toby Petersen (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
12GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +4
Injured right now. Won't come back until Xmas.

*Michal Sivek (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
6GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +3
Back from injury. 1 goal in 3 games.

*Rob Scuderi (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
20GP, 0G, 4A, 2P, +5, 9 PIM
Pointless in 3 games.

*Guillaume Lefebvre (F, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
19 GP, 0G, 3A, 2P, -3, 27 PIM
Still goaless. Has an assist in 3 games.

*David Koci (D, AHL, Wilkes-Barre)
19GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +4, 75 PIM
Updated!

Oilers Chick
11-30-2003, 07:25 PM
WOW, what a night for Ryan Whitney!!!! He was phenomenal in the game vs. Yale earlier tonight. If you want all the details, including Ryan Whitney's performance, please check out my Game Notes (11/30): Boston University vs. Yale (http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?threadid=32340) thread over on the NCAA boards.

Evilo
11-30-2003, 09:34 PM
Thanks oilerchick!
A hat trick for a Dman? Wow, that's not bad!

GoRyanMalone
12-02-2003, 06:21 AM
Thanks oilerchick!
A hat trick for a Dman? Wow, that's not bad!

What's a hat trick?

BTW, logically, when a person is interested concerning a prospect, the mind transcends not to the draft year and round, but to the origin of the prospect. Thought maybe you'd like to know.

And before you argue, check the front page for yourself and take note of the format.

Upon further thought, the draft position is a secondary transition of the mind, in most cases; I realize the same holds true for the position I offered earlier. Perhaps alphabetical order is more apropriate.

We all know how to spell, right?

That garbage, and make the the names highlighted. I know I'd like to look at it more if you did.

Evilo
12-02-2003, 07:47 AM
What's a hat trick?

BTW, logically, when a person is interested concerning a prospect, the mind transcends not to the draft year and round, but to the origin of the prospect. Thought maybe you'd like to know.

And before you argue, check the front page for yourself and take note of the format.

Upon further thought, the draft position is a secondary transition of the mind, in most cases; I realize the same holds true for the position I offered earlier. Perhaps alphabetical order is more apropriate.

We all know how to spell, right?

That garbage, and make the the names highlighted. I know I'd like to look at it more if you did.
Great way to be rude dude.

GoRyanMalone
12-02-2003, 08:03 AM
Great way to be rude dude.

This is the second time you've tested me.


If I have dishonored you or disrespected you, I apalogize. How hard is it to take my comments the wrong way?

I tell you what, ask me to edit a piece of my post and I will show you that I never meant ill will.

DJ Spinoza
12-02-2003, 11:29 AM
I don't know if I speak for anyone else, but for me, it's easier to locate a prospect because of what year he's been drafted in. Plus, as someone who used to update lists similar to this elsewhere, it's easier to do so when you have things in a set order.

GoRyanMalone
12-02-2003, 12:01 PM
I don't know if I speak for anyone else, but for me, it's easier to locate a prospect because of what year he's been drafted in. Plus, as someone who used to update lists similar to this elsewhere, it's easier to do so when you have things in a set order.

I have to say, that if I were a long time fan of the pens, I'd probably look at it the same way.

Evilo
12-02-2003, 08:25 PM
So which format do you guys want it to be put?

DJ Spinoza
12-03-2003, 11:15 AM
The way you have it now is fine with me. If anyone wants it changed I don't care.

Maybe it'd be a little easier for you and everyone if it were put in groups like guys from NCAA, overseas, the Q, OHL etc etc...

Anyone else have thoughts?

DJ Spinoza
12-03-2003, 12:35 PM
Whitney has 5 goals and 4 assists, which is tied for the team lead. He is also a team leading +8.

And, as a lot of you probably know, Matt Moulson is Cornell's leading scorer with 6 goals and 10 assists.

DJ Spinoza
12-04-2003, 03:47 PM
Fernholm scored his first goal of the season today.

Evilo
12-04-2003, 08:30 PM
Thanks for the updates MKN.
I'll update all of this over the weekend.

AEKaki
12-04-2003, 09:04 PM
Nah read the thread entirely.
I think YOU missed the whole point...

Yes Raider, as I was saying in a previous post, it would save me time if you could merge the three threads.
I'll update the stats in a couple of days...

STARKOULOS : You're really worthless you know.
You keep complaining wihtout giving anything in return.
Maybe next time you'll do your own research and you'll be fine with that...


I just read you post for 1-2 weeks ago?

Why did you call me worthless?

I want an apologize on the site.

I was trying to help you with your little thread on the prospects.
We had voted for the thread to be a sticky, and you were the only one that didn't catch that.
I explained it 5 times.
Instead of saying "Ahhh I understand", you say "you are worthless".
Boy you are mature.

Then you say:
"Can someone merge the files", oh yeah it's hard to do that old classic "copy-paste" thingy.

Also, I did look at the 50 threads you made for each draft.
We didn't make this thread sticky for no reason. It was well explained.
As the title indicated "Penguins prospects".

I also explained the fact that the prospects would look nicer in alphabetical order, not in 20 groups. Organized material is always the best material.

Anyways instead of saying thanks for the help, you find a way to protect your self and insult someone else.

Anyways, enough wasting my time here explaining this again.

Just be more respectful next time.

Thanks for the comment.

Evilo
12-05-2003, 07:27 AM
I just read you post for 1-2 weeks ago?

Why did you call me worthless?

I want an apologize on the site.

I was trying to help you with your little thread on the prospects.
We had voted for the thread to be a sticky, and you were the only one that didn't catch that.
I explained it 5 times.
Instead of saying "Ahhh I understand", you say "you are worthless".
Boy you are mature.

Then you say:
"Can someone merge the files", oh yeah it's hard to do that old classic "copy-paste" thingy.

Also, I did look at the 50 threads you made for each draft.
We didn't make this thread sticky for no reason. It was well explained.
As the title indicated "Penguins prospects".

I also explained the fact that the prospects would look nicer in alphabetical order, not in 20 groups. Organized material is always the best material.

Anyways instead of saying thanks for the help, you find a way to protect your self and insult someone else.

Anyways, enough wasting my time here explaining this again.

Just be more respectful next time.

Thanks for the comment.

First let me tell you that you are and was rude.
Everytime you were brought some info, not only did you not even thank the person for the efforts, but to boot, you're rude saying it should be your way, that your way is the best, and if I don't agree I'm stupid.
You were the rude one, and YOU should be the one apologizing.
You should be the one thanking me.
And maybe you have a hard time understanding, but my stats ARE organized, by draft year.
And for your info, I edited the title to please you and the others who only wanted one thread.
See the title was made by me, and the stats don't fall from the sky into your pocket.
I do a research for you and everyone, and all I get from you is rudeness.

DJ Spinoza
12-05-2003, 10:54 AM
Thanks for the updates MKN.
I'll update all of this over the weekend.

No problem. We have a prospect thread on the other boards and most of what I read over there I just write over here. We have Pens fans there from Denmark, Sweden etc and they usually post when someone scores or something...

DJ Spinoza
12-05-2003, 04:29 PM
http://www.bu.edu/athletics/webcast/index.html

http://media.yahoo.com/ncaa/sp/bam/

Those are links to radio webcasts of BC and BU games, in case anyone's interested in checking up on Whitney/Eaves.

The teams are playing right now, about 4 or 5 minutes to go in the second. I haven't listened to the whole game, so I don't know if any of our guys have scored. BU just scored, no Pens involved from what I heard. It's now 3-2 Eagles.

Edit: Evilo, I don't know if this would be simpler for you, but here's another link for college stats. It seems easier to me, so I thought I'd pass it on:

http://www.collegehockeystats.com

DJ Spinoza
12-05-2003, 06:06 PM
BC won 5-2, I don't think any of our prospects had points.

North Dakota beat the development team 4-1, and I don't think Schneider had any points.

Also, I found North Dakota's webcasts as well:

http://www.fightingsioux.com/info/broadcast/

Evilo
12-07-2003, 02:10 AM
Updated Sunday 07-12-2003

NHL

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
2GP, 0G, 0A, 0P, E, 2 PIMs
Pointless in two games.

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
17GP, 4-9-2, 3.15 GAA, .911 SV%, 1 SO

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
5GP, 0G, 0A, 0P, -3, 8 PIMs

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
NHL : 10GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, +2
Pointless this week. Again.


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
10GP, 2G, 3A, 5P, +4.
2 points in 3 games (1+1).

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
10GP, 5-3-0, 1 SO, 1.95 GAA, .930 SV%.
Won his lone game. Amazing stats for a rookie.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
23GP, 6G, 7A, 13P, +5, 21 PIM
5 points in 3 games (3G, 2A). Looks like he picked up the scoring once Beech and Murley was called up. I'm telling you, I like this guy. When Therrien asked him to sacrify his scoring to shut down the opponent's top line, he did. When the scorers were called up (Beech, Murley, Surovy), he responded by adding points.

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
No games this week. Sent down to ECHL. Will see where he fits before updating.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
22GP, 0G, 2A, 2P, +3, 86 PIM
9 PIMs, 1 assist in 3 games.

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
22 GP, 0G, 4A, 4P, -2, 31 PIM
Still goaless. Has an assist in 3 games.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
16GP, 1G, 6A, 7P, +9, 43 PIM
Back from injury. Grabbed an assist in two games (and 11 PIMs).

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
23GP, 5G, 7A, 12P, +1
2 points in 3 games (1+1).

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
22GP, 9G, 2A, 11P, +7, 10 PIM
2 goals in 3 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
12GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +4
Injured right now. Won't come back until Xmas.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
10GP, 0G, 1A, 1P.
1 game, pointless.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
23GP, 0G, 7A, 7P, +5, 11 PIM
3 assists in 3 games.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
7GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +3
Pointless in one game.


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
10GP, 8-1-1, 2.37 GAA, .907 SV%.
2 games, 2 wins this week.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
14GP, 3G, 15A, 18P.
3 games, 6 assists this week.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
10GP, 6-2-1, 3.18 GAA, .899 SV%.
No game this week.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
16GP, 4G, 4A, 8P.
2 games, 1 goal this week.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
9GP, 0G, 1A, 1P.
2 games, pointless.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
11GP, 7G, 11A, 18P.
2 games, 2 points (1+1), team scoring leader.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
9GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.
Didn't play this week.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
15GP, 2G, 7A, 9P.
1 assist in 1 game.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
9GP, 2G, 3A, 5P
1 assist in 2 games.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
11GP, 5G, 4A, 9P.
3 goals in 2 games this week (his hattrick of the other day). Tied for team lead.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Kamloops, 69th in 2002)
23GP, 8G, 12A, 20P, +14, 28 PIM.
Didn't play this week.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
31GP, 14G, 14A, 28P, -2, 29 PIM.
Pointless in 2 games this week and was -4. Still team leader in points though.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
23GP, 9G, 10A, 19P, +6, 31 PIM.
3 games, 4 points (1+3), +5 this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
19GP, 5G, 12A, 17P, +4, 64 PIM.
Still injured.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
28GP, 2G, 5A, 7P, -19, 25 PIM.
Pointless in 3 games. First time he was plus (+1) in a whole week this season.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
29GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +12, 26 PIM.
One assist in one game (+1).

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
25GP, 12G, 16A, 28P, +6, 55 PIM.
4 points in 3 games this week (4 assists), +2, 4 PIM.


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
29 GP, 11G, 28A, 38P, +20.
4 points in 3 games (2+2). Was +5 as well. Tied for 10th in league scoring.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
No game this week.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
13GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 2PIMs.

Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15
Out with a concussion.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
24GP, 14-9-1, 2.12 GAA, .935 SV%, 3 SO

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
13GP, 1G, 2A, 3P, 12 PIMs

*Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
18GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 6 PIMs.

*Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
26GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 30PIMs

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
21GP, 0G, 1A, 22 PIM, -11.
Updated.
I also changed two things :
1- The format. The guys are now organized by league and by alphabetical order.
2- I added Malenkykh and Anshakov.

I found the stats for every european player now, so they'll be updated every week, just like the others.

Enjoy!

Evilo
12-07-2003, 02:11 AM
Oh and BTW, if you have any suggestion as to whom I should add to this list, let me know and the guy will be added the following sunday.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
12-08-2003, 07:11 PM
Great job Evilo! :handclap: This helps A LOT.

DJ Spinoza
12-09-2003, 11:00 AM
Fernholm's apparently been playing very well, and has been called up to the elite league.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
12-09-2003, 11:58 AM
Fernholm's apparently been playing very well, and has been called up to the elite league.
Good to hear. He has a TON of potential.

Evilo
12-09-2003, 12:10 PM
Great job Evilo! :handclap: This helps A LOT.
Thanks.

Always nice to hear the work is useful to someone... ;)

Dr. Penguino
12-09-2003, 02:46 PM
well done...i've read good things about fernholm as well. hopefully this fella develops into a top four defender. Our team will be unstoppable if all of the defensive prospects develop and play to their full potential.

Alex Kovalev
12-13-2003, 07:33 PM
I read in the postgazette that Fernholm was still playing in Sweden's 2nd highest league and that the Pens were disappointed that he hasnt made the jump to the top league.

DJ Spinoza
12-13-2003, 08:07 PM
I read in the postgazette that Fernholm was still playing in Sweden's 2nd highest league and that the Pens were disappointed that he hasnt made the jump to the top league.

He recently was promoted. I think someone made a thread about it here, but it's probably a page or two back now.

Alex Kovalev
12-13-2003, 08:09 PM
He recently was promoted. I think someone made a thread about it here, but it's probably a page or two back now.

sick news man, good to hear hes doing something.

Evilo
12-14-2003, 08:04 AM
Updated Sunday 14-12-2003

NHL

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
4GP, 0G, 1A, 0P, E, 6 PIMs

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
17GP, 4-10-2, 3.20 GAA, .910 SV%, 1 SO

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
9GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, -2, 12 PIMs

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
12GP, 3G, 0A, 3P, +3


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
13GP, 2G, 4A, 6P, +4.
1 point in 3 games (assist).

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
11GP, 5-4-0, 1 SO, 2.05 GAA, .928 SV%.
Lost his lone game. Still amazing stats for a rookie.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
26GP, 7G, 8A, 15P, +4, 21 PIM
2 points in 3 games (1G,1A).

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
No games this week. Sent down to ECHL. Will see where he fits before updating.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
25GP, 0G, 4A, 4P, +4, 88 PIM
Only 2 PIMs, but 2 assists in 3 games.

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
25 GP, 0G, 4A, 4P, -4, 31 PIM
Pointless in 3 games (-2).

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
19GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, +5, 43 PIM
2 assists in 3 games.

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
29GP, 6G, 9A, 15P, E
3 points in 3 games (1+2).

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
25GP, 13G, 2A, 15P, +4, 12 PIM
4 goals in 3 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
12GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +4
Injured right now. Won't come back until Xmas.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
1 game, pointless.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
26GP, 0G, 7A, 7P, +2, 17 PIM
Pointless in 3 games.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
10GP, 3G, 3A, 6P, E.
2 points in 3 games (1+1).


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
10GP, 8-1-1, 2.37 GAA, .907 SV%.
Didn't play this week.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
15GP, 3G, 18A, 21P.
1 game, 3 assists this week. Is tied for 12th in the whole NCAA in scoring (leader has 5 more points in 3 more games). Leads the NCAA in assists.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
10GP, 6-2-1, 3.18 GAA, .899 SV%.
No game this week.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
18GP, 5G, 4A, 9P.
2 games, 1 goal this week.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
9GP, 0G, 4A, 4P.
2 games, 3 assists.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
11GP, 7G, 11A, 18P.
Didn't play this week. Still is team scoring leader.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
11GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.
Pointless in 2 games this week.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
16GP, 2G, 7A, 9P.
Pointless in 1 game.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
11GP, 2G, 4A, 6P
1 assist in 2 games.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
14GP, 5G, 4A, 9P.
Pointless in 3 games.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Kamloops, 69th in 2002)
25GP, 8G, 14A, 22P, +16, 30 PIM.
2 points in 2 games coming off his injury.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
35GP, 15G, 16A, 31P, -3, 34 PIM.
4 games, 3 points this week (1+2). Still team leader in points.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
27GP, 11G, 11A, 22P, +9, 37 PIM.
3 points in 4 games (2+1), +3 this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
19GP, 5G, 12A, 17P, +4, 64 PIM.
Still injured.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
30GP, 2G, 5A, 7P, -18, 25 PIM.
Pointless in 2 games. Second week in a row he was plus (+1).

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
32GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +14, 28 PIM.
Pointless in 3 games.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
28GP, 15G, 17A, 32P, +6, 61 PIM.
4 points in 3 games this week (3+1), 6 PIM.


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
29 GP, 11G, 28A, 38P, +20.
Didn't play in the Q. Is on his way to play the WJC with Canada.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
Didn't play in the Q. Is on his way to play the WJC with Canada.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
16GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 12PIMs.
Pointless in 3 games. 10 PIMs.

*Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
Out with a concussion.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
28GP, 16-10-2, 2.35 GAA, .928 SV%, 3 SO
4 games, 2-1-1.

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
17GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 12 PIMs
4 games, 1 assist.

*Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
20GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 6 PIMs.
Pointless in 2 games.

*Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
30GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 32PIMs
Pointless in 4 games. 2 PIMs.

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
27GP, 0G, 2A, 22 PIM, -16.
6 games, 1 assist, -5.



Prospect of the week

1- Michel Ouellet (4 goals in 3 games)
2- Dan Carcillo (3 goals, 1 assist in 3 games)
3- Ben Eaves (3 assists in 1 game)
Updated!
I added a "prospect of the week" feature.
Let me know what you guys think.

Alex Kovalev
12-14-2003, 09:10 AM
Updated!
I added a "prospect of the week" feature.
Let me know what you guys think.


nice idea Evilo.

Evilo
12-21-2003, 06:19 AM
Updated Sunday 12-21-2003

NHL


Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
18GP, 4-10-2, 3.20 GAA, .910 SV%, 1 SO

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
14GP, 3G, 1A, 3P, +4


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
16GP, 2G, 6A, 8P, +5.
2 points in 3 games (2 assists).

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
24GP, 8G, 11A, 19P, +9, 28 PIMs
Back to WB.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
13GP, 6-4-1, 1 SO, 1.84 GAA, .934 SV%.
1-0-1 this week. Look at these amazing stats for a rookie.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
29GP, 7G, 9A, 16P, +4, 23 PIM
1 point in 3 games (assist).

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 3 points (1+2) in 5 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
28GP, 0G, 4A, 4P, +5, 95 PIM
7 PIMs in 3 games.

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
28 GP, 1G, 6A, 7P, -2, 31 PIM
Finally a breakthrough week. 3 points in 3 games (1+2). In fact he got all of these in one single game.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
22GP, 2G, 10A, 12P, +7, 45 PIM
3 points in 3 games inslucing a game winning goal against the top AHL team Bridgeport.

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
29GP, 10G, 9A, 19P, -1, 25 PIMs.
Tied for the team lead.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
20GP, 4G, 12A, 16P, +9, 11 PIMs
Back to WB.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
28GP, 13G, 3A, 16P, +3, 14 PIM
1 assist in 3 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
12GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +4
Injured right now. Won't come back until Xmas.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Didn't play.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
29GP, 0G, 9A, 9P, +3, 19 PIM
2 assists in 3 games.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
13GP, 4G, 5A, 9P, +3.
3 points, +3 in 3 games (1+2).


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
11GP, 8-2-1, 2.43 GAA, .903 SV%.
Lost his lone game.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
15GP, 3G, 18A, 21P.
Didn't play this week.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
10GP, 6-2-1, 3.18 GAA, .899 SV%.
No game this week either.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
18GP, 5G, 4A, 9P.
No game this week.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
12GP, 0G, 4A, 4P.
3 games, pointless.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
11GP, 7G, 11A, 18P.
Didn't play this week. Still is team scoring leader.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
11GP, 1G, 2A, 3P.
Didn't play this week.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
17GP, 4G, 8A, 12P.
3 points in 1 game (2+1).

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
12GP, 2G, 4A, 6P
Pointless in one game.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
14GP, 5G, 4A, 9P.
Didn't play this week.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Kamloops, 69th in 2002)
26GP, 8G, 14A, 22P, +15, 32 PIM.
Pointless in 1 game.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
36GP, 16G, 16A, 32P, -4, 34 PIM.
1 goal in 1 game. Still team leader in points.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
30GP, 13G, 12A, 25P, +10, 37 PIM.
3 points in 3 games (2+1) this week. Has 7 points in his last 6 games.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
19GP, 5G, 12A, 17P, +4, 64 PIM.
Still injured.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
33GP, 2G, 6A, 8P, -19, 37 PIM.
1 assist in 3 games. Back to minus week (-1).

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
32GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +14, 28 PIM.
Didn't play this week.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
31GP, 17G, 18A, 35P, +6, 69 PIM.
3 points in 3 games this week (2+1), 8 PIM.


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
29 GP, 11G, 28A, 39P, +25.
Didn't play in the Q. Is on his way to play the WJC with Canada.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
Didn't play in the Q. Is on his way to play the WJC with Canada.


Europe

* denotes update

Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
16GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 12PIMs.

*Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
Out with a concussion.

Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
28GP, 16-10-2, 2.35 GAA, .928 SV%, 3 SO


Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
17GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 12 PIMs

Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
20GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 6 PIMs.

Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
30GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 32PIMs

Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
27GP, 0G, 2A, 22 PIM, -16.



Prospect of the week

1- Andrew Sertich (2 goals, 1 assist in 1 game)
2- Cam Paddock (2 goals, 1 assist in 3 games)
3- Dan Carcillo (2 goals, 1 assist in 3 games)

Honorable mentions : Andy Chiodo, Michal Sivek, and Ross Lupaschuk.
Updated.
Note that many prospects didn't play any game this week (NCAA schedule or WJC appearences). Especially true for europeans.

Evilo
12-28-2003, 01:54 AM
Updated Sunday 12-28-2003

World Junior Championships

Canada
Marc-Andre Fleury : 1GP, 1 shutout.
Maxime Talbot : 1GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Stephen Dixon : 1GP, 0G, 0A, 0P

Czech Republic
Ondrej Nemec : 1GP, 0G, 2A, 2P, +2

Russia
Sergei Anchakov : 1GP, 0G, OA, OP

Switzerland
Patrick Bartschi : 1GP, 1G, 2A, 3P


NHL


Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
18GP, 4-10-2, 3.20 GAA, .910 SV%, 1 SO
In WJC

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
16GP, 4G, 3A, 7P, +6
2 games, 4 points (1+3). Team leader in +/-

AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
18GP, 3G, 6A, 9P, +5.
1 points in 2 games (1 goal).

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
26GP, 9G, 12A, 21P, +8, 30 PIMs
2 points in 2 games (1+1).

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
15GP, 7-5-1, 1 SO, 2.07 GAA, .926 SV%.
1-1 this week. Look at these amazing stats for a rookie.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
31GP, 8G, 9A, 17P, +4, 23 PIM
1 point in 2 games (goal).

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 4 points (2+2) in 7 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
30GP, 0G, 4A, 4P, +5, 107 PIM
12 PIMs in 2 games.

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
30 GP, 1G, 7A, 8P, -2, 35 PIM
One assist in 2 games.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
24GP, 2G, 11A, 13P, +7, 52 PIM
1 assist and 7 PIMs in 2 games.

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
31GP, 10G, 13A, 23P, +1, 27 PIMs.
Team leader in points, recalled by Pittsburgh. 4 assists in 2 games this week. Has been on fire since being asked to play center.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 13A, 17P, +8, 13 PIMs
1 point (assist) in 2 games.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
30GP, 15G, 3A, 18P, +3, 14 PIM
2 goals in 2 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
14GP, 4G, 4A, 8P, +7
Back from injury, and playing with a vengence. 4 points (2+2) in 2 games.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Didn't play.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
31GP, 0G, 10A, 10P, +4, 19 PIM
1 assists in 2 games.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
13GP, 4G, 5A, 9P, +3.
Pointless in 2 games. Will have to do much better to get recalled.


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
12GP, 9-2-1, 2.48 GAA, .898 SV%.
Won his lone game.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
16GP, 3G, 20A, 23P.
2 assists in 1 game. Team scoring leader.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
11GP, 7-2-1, 3.16 GAA, .899 SV%.
1 win in his lone game.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
19GP, 6G, 4A, 10P.
1 goal in 1 game this week.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
13GP, 0G, 4A, 4P.
1 game, pointless.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
11GP, 7G, 11A, 18P.
1 assist in 1 game. Team leader in goals, assists and points (!).

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
12GP, 2G, 2A, 4P.
One goal in one game.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
17GP, 4G, 8A, 12P.
Pointless in 1 game.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
13GP, 3G, 4A, 7P
1 goal in one game.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
14GP, 5G, 4A, 9P.
Didn't play this week.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Kamloops, 69th in 2002)
27GP, 8G, 14A, 22P, +14, 36 PIM.
Pointless in 1 game. He has to be disappointed with the way his season is turning.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
37GP, 16G, 17A, 33P, -4, 34 PIM.
1 assist in 1 game. Still team leader in points.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
31GP, 13G, 13A, 26P, +11, 37 PIM.
1 points in 1 game (assist) this week. Has 8 points in his last 7 games.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
20GP, 8G, 12A, 20P, +5, 66 PIM.
Back from his injury with a hattrick.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
34GP, 2G, 6A, 8P, -18, 37 PIM.
+1 and pointless in one game this week.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
32GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +14, 28 PIM.
Didn't play this week. Seems to be injured.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
32GP, 17G, 18A, 35P, +6, 69 PIM.
Pointless in 1 game.


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
29 GP, 11G, 28A, 39P, +25.
WJC with Canada.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
WJC with Canada.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
16GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 12PIMs.
WJC with Russia.

*Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
WJC with Switzerland.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
28GP, 16-10-2, 2.35 GAA, .928 SV%, 3 SO

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
18GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 14 PIMs
1 game, 2 PIMs.

Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
20GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 6 PIMs.

Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
30GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 32PIMs

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
27GP, 0G, 2A, 22 PIM, -16.
WJC with Czech Republic


Prospect of the week

1- Ryan Stone (3 goals in 1 game)
2- Toby Petersen (2 goals, 2 assists in 2 games)
3- Eric Meloche (4 assists in 2 games)

Honorable mentions : Ondrej Nemec, Ben Eaves and Michel Ouellet.
Updated!
I added a special WJC feature.

DJ Spinoza
12-28-2003, 03:30 AM
:handclap:

Nice job as always, Evilo.

I'm a crazy idiot up at 8 AM to listen to the Canada/Switzerland game. I went to bed roughly five hours ago, I can hardly keep my eyes open.

Score is 2-1 Canada right now, Bartschi had the primary assist on the first goal.

(I feel kind of evil rooting against Fleury...)

Alex Kovalev
12-28-2003, 10:38 AM
Bartschi had 2 assist v.s Canada.

Anshakov sniped two in the game v.s Sweden. The GTG and GWG.

Draft Watch: Malkin had 3 assists, Ovechkin sniped 1, Olesz 2 assists.

Jacob
12-28-2003, 12:33 PM
I have no idea why, but they didn't initially award Bartschi an assist on the 2nd goal.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
12-28-2003, 01:04 PM
Good job, Evilo! :handclap:

Evilo
12-28-2003, 11:04 PM
Thanks guys.

AK : Olesz got two goals, not two assists.

Would you guys want me to add a weekly "top prospects" stats feature? Olesz, Ovechkin, Malkin, Schremp, etc...?

Robert Paulson*
12-29-2003, 04:53 AM
Why not? Sounds like a good idea.

DJ Spinoza
12-30-2003, 11:15 AM
Yeah, sounds good with me.

Patrick Foley named a finalist for the Humanitarian Award:

http://uscho.com/news/2003/12/29_007567.php

Jacob
12-30-2003, 05:51 PM
Does he live in a van down by the river?

SaintRon
12-31-2003, 06:53 AM
Does he live in a van down by the river?

:lol:
You're thinking of his brother Mick, aka Mankind, aka Dude Love.

DJ Spinoza
12-31-2003, 07:43 AM
He kind of sounds like a hippie.

It's already been posted, but Sergei Anshakov put his fourth of the tournament in today.

The Finland/Switzerland game has not yet started I think.

#66
12-31-2003, 02:05 PM
Can someone tell me what going on with Ryan Whitney? After his injury I havn't heard a thing about him.

Jacob
12-31-2003, 09:47 PM
Whitney hasn't had any injuries.


I noticed Bissonnette got a bunch of penalties tonight, including one for "illegal equipment". However, he did have an assist and was +2 in a 5-2 loss.

Also, don't think this was mentioned earlier but Bolf has missed a string of games and apparently has a broken hand. It's hard getting injury reports out of juniors, though.

And Ben Eaves was named the player of the month.
http://hockeyeastonline.com/presarch/1203/dec31pm.html

#66
01-01-2004, 03:25 AM
Last season he had an ankle injury and I think it ended his season. This year it seems that he fell off the face of the earth. Is he still at least highly touted?

Evilo
01-01-2004, 06:45 AM
Last season he had an ankle injury and I think it ended his season. This year it seems that he fell off the face of the earth. Is he still at least highly touted?
Where did you get that impression?
He's doing mighty fine with BU and had a hattrick a couple of weeks ago.
He already has 9 points.
I'm sure many Dman would like to fall off the face of the earth the way he does.
This guy is as good as advertised so far.

DJ Spinoza
01-01-2004, 08:48 AM
He came back from that injury last year and was much better once he had completely recovered.

#66
01-01-2004, 09:25 AM
Thanks guys, I just didn't hear anything about him for a while. I was always looking for some info on him on the PPG website but there wasn't any.

Jacob
01-01-2004, 03:12 PM
Christensen dealt. http://www.kamloopsblazers.bc.ca/showArticle.php?article_id=299

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-01-2004, 05:08 PM
Christensen dealt. http://www.kamloopsblazers.bc.ca/showArticle.php?article_id=299
Hopefully this will light a fire under him. Also good to hear one of my favorite prospects get the Player of the Month award. :handclap:

jmelm
01-01-2004, 05:20 PM
Nice. Stone and Christensen on the same team.

Alex Kovalev
01-02-2004, 07:51 AM
Nice. Stone and Christensen on the same team.


They will probably play together on the top line.

DJ Spinoza
01-02-2004, 12:55 PM
Ladies and Gentlemen, Hockey East Player of the Month, Ben Eaves.

http://bceagles.ocsn.com/sports/m-hockey/spec-rel/123103aaa.html

:yo:

Jacob
01-03-2004, 10:43 PM
Whitney reclaimed the BU scoring lead with 2 assists tonight against Minnesota (Sertich and co.).

Evilo
01-04-2004, 04:14 AM
Updated Sunday 01-04-2004

World Junior Championships

Canada

Marc-Andre Fleury
5GP, 4-0, 1.25 GAA, 94.05 SV%, 1SH.

Maxime Talbot
5GP, 0G, 3A, 3P, +2, 2 PIMs

Stephen Dixon
5GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, E.


Czech Republic

Ondrej Nemec
6GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, +1


Russia

Sergei Anshakov
5GP, 5G, 2A, 7P, +3


Switzerland

Patrick Bartschi
6GP, 3G, 5A, 8P, +6


NHL

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
18GP, 4-10-2, 3.20 GAA, .910 SV%, 1 SO
In WJC

Tom Kostopoulos (F, 204th in 1999)
17GP, 4G, 3A, 7P, -1, 16 PIMs
5 points in his last 5 games.

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
4GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, -1 2PIMs

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
21GP, 6G, 5A, 11P, +8
5 games, 4 points (2+2). Team leader in +/-


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
22GP, 4G, 8A, 12P, +8.
3 points in 4 games (1+2).

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
30GP, 10G, 15A, 25P, +10, 38 PIMs
4 points in 4 games (1+3). Team scoring leader.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
18GP, 9-6-1, 2 SO, 2.00 GAA, .925 SV%.
2-1 this week including 1 SH. Look at these amazing stats for a rookie.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
35GP, 9G, 9A, 18P, +2, 23 PIM
1 point in 4 games (goal).

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 5 points (2+3) in 10 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
34GP, 0G, 4A, 4P, +1, 112 PIM
5 PIMs in 4 games.

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
34 GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, -6, 35 PIM
One assist in 4 games (-4).

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
28GP, 2G, 13A, 15P, +10, 54 PIM
2 assists in 4 games.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
26GP, 5G, 14A, 19P, +9, 15 PIMs
2 points (1+1) in 4 games.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
34GP, 16G, 4A, 20P, +3, 14 PIM
1 goal, 1 assist in 4 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
18GP, 4G, 5A, 9P, +8
1 assist in 4 games.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Didn't play.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
35GP, 0G, 11A, 11P, +4, 19 PIM
1 assist in 4 games.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
19GP, 4G, 6A, 10P, E.
1 assist in 4 games (-3). Still not a factor.


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
12GP, 9-2-1, 2.48 GAA, .898 SV%.
Has made an appearance in the top goalie rankings based on GAA. Is ranked 19th with a 2.48 GAA (tied with Alvaro Montoya). Didn't play this week though.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
18GP, 5G, 20A, 25P.
Has been named Hockey East Player of the month. BC is 7-0 in their last 7 games. 2 goals this week.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
12GP, 7-3-1, 3.42 GAA, .893 SV%.
Lost his lone game.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
22GP, 7G, 5A, 12P.
1 goal and 1 assist for 2 points in 3 games this week.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
16GP, 0G, 4A, 4P.
3 games, pointless.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
13GP, 8G, 12A, 20P.
2 points (1+1) in 2 games. Team leader in goals, assists and points (!).

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
15GP, 2G, 2A, 4P.
Pointless in 3 games.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
20GP, 4G, 9A, 13P.
1 assist in 3 games.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
16GP, 3G, 4A, 7P
Pointless in 3 games.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
16GP, 5G, 7A, 12P.
3 assists in 2 games. Is tied for team scoring lead.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
31GP, 12G, 16A, 28P, +20, 42 PIM.
Has been traded to Brandon, Stone's team.
6 points (4+2) in 4 games.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
40GP, 19G, 17A, 36P, -6, 38 PIM.
3 points (3 goals) in 3 games. Still team leader in points and tied for team goal scoring lead.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
34GP, 14G, 13A, 27P, +10, 46 PIM.
1 goal in 3 games this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
24GP, 9G, 14A, 23P, +9, 72 PIM.
3 points in 4 games (1-2), +4.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
38GP, 2G, 8A, 10P, -20, 46 PIM.
-2 and 2 assists in 4 games this week.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
32GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +14, 28 PIM.
Didn't play this week. Seems to be injured.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
36GP, 20G, 18A, 38P, +3, 69 PIM.
3 points in 4 games (3 goals).


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
29 GP, 11G, 28A, 39P, +25.
WJC with Canada.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
WJC with Canada.


Europe

* denotes update

Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
16GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 12PIMs.
WJC with Russia.

Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
WJC with Switzerland.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
30GP, 28-2-4, 2.33 GAA, .930 SV%, 3 SO
I'm not sure about his stats.
For anyone capable of reading czech or finding a decent translator (I couldn't find one) here's an article on Duba : http://esports.cz/hcorli.cz/clanek.asp?ID=1053

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
20GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, 14 PIMs
2 games, 1 assist. Seems to be a permanent fixture of the Djurgarden's blueline now.

Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
20GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 6 PIMs.

Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
30GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 32PIMs

Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
27GP, 0G, 2A, 22 PIM, -16.
WJC with Czech Republic


Prospect of the week

1- Sergei Anshakov (7 points in 5 WJC Games)
2- Tomas Surovy (2 goals, 2 assists in 5 NHL games)
3- Eric Christensen (4 goals, 2 assists in 4 WHL games)

Honorable mentions : Kris Beech, Ondrej Nemec, Ben Eaves and Ryan Whitney.


2004 top prospects

Alexander Ovechkin (F, Dynamo Moscow, RSL)
WJC : 5GP, 4G, 2A, 6P, +2
Dynamo : 30GP, 9G, 8A, 17P, 24 PIMs

Evgueny Malkin (F, Metallurg Magnitagorsk, RSL)
WJC : 5GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, +2
Russia : I could only find his stats from about two months ago. As it is better than nothing, here they are (anyone can help me there?) :
14GP, 0G, 6A, 6P, 2 PIMs

Rostislav Olesz (Vitkovice, Czech League)
WJC : 6GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, +4
Czech League : 26GP, 1G, 9A, 10P, +6, 10 PIMs
Playing as a third liner in a checking role.

Rob Schremp (F, London, OHL)
35GP, 18G, 22A, 40P, +5

Cam Barker (D, Medecine Hat, WHL)
40GP, 12G, 22A, 34P, +4
Updated!
I added the top 2004 prospects' stats.
If you want any other prospect included, don't hesitate to ask for it.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-04-2004, 05:44 AM
Great job, Evilo! :handclap: If the Pens can't draft Ovechkin, I wouldn't mind seeing Barker get drafted by them. How's this for a top four: Whitney, Barker, Welch, Orpik. :D (Although I hope we get Ovechkin).

jmelm
01-04-2004, 06:00 AM
Carcillo has been a really nice surprise. I have yet to see him play this year, but I will make a point of going to see Sarnia play when they come to play Toronto. He has been on fire of late. We always knew he was a great agitator and character guy, but he's been putting up #s too. The only negative thing I've heard is that his skating isn't great, according to Redline, but he's still young. I'll see for myself soon and let you guys know.

Filewich has been a bit of a disappointment. He went through a long stretch without scoring, but he popped in 3 this week. Hopefully he'll get it going.

Good to see Stone back. I am very excited about him. Apparently, he is great on face-offs, and is physical. After watching Tuomo Ruutu nail some of our players the other day, it makes me realize, we REALLY need some forwards who can play really physical and throw some nice open-ice hits. I think Stone and Colby are the ones for us.

Christensen, well, he obvously likes the trade. 2 goals and 2 primary assists in the 2 games since the trade.

I still don't know what the deal is with Bolf in terms of injury, but he looked good when I saw him. He is lacking in size, but seems to be very good positionally, has good poise with the puck, and can move the puck pretty well. As a rookie in the "O", he's playing more minutes than Swanson even, at least in the games that I saw. He is not afraid to use the stick in front of the net either. He should be an absolute lock to make the Czech WJCs next year, and probably could have been better than some of their dmen this year. I would say his size is the only question mark, but plenty of dmen have been able to compensate or lack of size with great play, and Bolf is off to a great start and appears to have no other weaknesses.

Evilo
01-04-2004, 07:03 AM
I really, really like the Pens last few drafts.
Late picks like Moulson, Bolf, Dixon and Talbot are as of right now looking like gems.
The bad part about Filewich is not really his scoring but rather his lack of effort.
Apparently, he's a guy that doesn't always show up every night, and who is sometimes a non-factor.
Carcillo is playing great, but it remains to be seen if he has all the tools to be an NHLer, something Filewhich posseses. Of course Carcillo has THE MIND of an NHLer, something Filewhich is far from right now.

DJ Spinoza
01-04-2004, 07:43 AM
For next week's draft feature, maybe Tukonen?

Anshakov didn't have any points today, but Ovechkin got a game misconduct.

Evilo
01-04-2004, 09:42 AM
Ovechkin also had a goal.

Jeff Goldblum
01-04-2004, 10:04 AM
I noticed one mistake on the front page: TK was drafted in 1999.

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00031863

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-04-2004, 12:00 PM
For next week's draft feature, maybe Tukonen?

Anshakov didn't have any points today, but Ovechkin got a game misconduct.
What did Ovechkin get a misconduct for? :dunno:

Evilo
01-04-2004, 12:58 PM
oops.
Thanks I'll correct that. I don't know why I thought he went undrafted...

DJ Spinoza
01-04-2004, 04:15 PM
What did Ovechkin get a misconduct for? :dunno:

No idea. :dunno:

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-04-2004, 08:53 PM
No idea. :dunno:
Just read in the PG it was an elbow.

Der Schweinehund
01-06-2004, 03:23 AM
Carcillo has been a really nice surprise. I have yet to see him play this year, but I will make a point of going to see Sarnia play when they come to play Toronto. He has been on fire of late. We always knew he was a great agitator and character guy, but he's been putting up #s too. The only negative thing I've heard is that his skating isn't great, according to Redline, but he's still young. I'll see for myself soon and let you guys know.


I have seen Carcillo often - 7 times this year alone. His game, style, strengths and weaknesses are IDENTICAL to his team's owner - Dino Ciccarelli.

jmelm
01-06-2004, 05:54 AM
I have seen Carcillo often - 7 times this year alone. His game, style, strengths and weaknesses are IDENTICAL to his team's owner - Dino Ciccarelli.

That's good news. 2 goals again the other night.

Hey, so how is his skating?

Der Schweinehund
01-06-2004, 08:24 AM
That's good news. 2 goals again the other night.

Hey, so how is his skating?

I am a horrible judge of skating - mostly because I haven't yet mastered the art of stopping yet myself. Well, actually I can stop, but it usually involves me slamming into the boards.

However, he is not Koltsov and he is not Abid. He is average - although sometimes he appears to be putting a lot of effort into going a little ways - might just be a shorter stride.

JakeK
01-07-2004, 01:30 AM
What did Ovechkin get a misconduct for? :dunno:

He checked a slovakian player near the boards cleanly (well, maybe his hands were little too high). The ref saw a little blood and Ovechkin was out of the game. 30 seconds later the same guy was skating on the PP...

What impressed me was Ovechkins behavior in the situation. He skated with the "injured" player to the Slovak bench making sure the guy was okay before heading to the showers.

PensFan68
01-07-2004, 06:33 PM
I too am pleased with the more recent draft picks. Guys like Stone, Filewich, and Carcillo this past year were great picks in my eyes. I'm glad to see Carcillo doing well, I really loved what I read of him when we drafted him.

I'm also glad Filewich had a good week. I like reading that he can be a power forward in the NHL, the only disappointment is no one sees him as a top line power forward(most only see him as a 3rd liner).

Jacob
01-07-2004, 06:49 PM
He checked a slovakian player near the boards cleanly (well, maybe his hands were little too high). The ref saw a little blood and Ovechkin was out of the game. 30 seconds later the same guy was skating on the PP...

What impressed me was Ovechkins behavior in the situation. He skated with the "injured" player to the Slovak bench making sure the guy was okay before heading to the showers.
That's a pretty classy move.

jmelm
01-08-2004, 06:47 AM
I too am pleased with the more recent draft picks. Guys like Stone, Filewich, and Carcillo this past year were great picks in my eyes. I'm glad to see Carcillo doing well, I really loved what I read of him when we drafted him.

I'm also glad Filewich had a good week. I like reading that he can be a power forward in the NHL, the only disappointment is no one sees him as a top line power forward(most only see him as a 3rd liner).

Filewich has under-achieved offensively, this year and last. Especially this year, though. HIs numbers aren't bad, of course, but if he's not tearing up the WHL, it is hard to expect he'd be a first or second line RWer.

On the other hand, Anshakov is looking like he could be a 1st or 2nd line RW. A top-3 or Ovechkin, Anshakov, and Armstrong would look pretty good. :)

DJ Spinoza
01-08-2004, 01:25 PM
Murley's an AHL All Star: http://www.canoe.ca/AHL/News/2004/01/08/307924.html

Robert Paulson*
01-08-2004, 03:35 PM
Wow. Go Murley. Is it safe to say we'd all rather have him up here than Bradley?

Evilo
01-08-2004, 08:25 PM
Surprised and disapointed not to see Beech, Ouellet or Chiodo selected. They all deserved more than Murley IMO.

DJ Spinoza
01-09-2004, 10:33 AM
Well, he has done pretty well since having an awesome rookie campaign last year.

The coaches picked the team, so he's gotta be the guy they prefer. With other players playing well, this says a lot about Murley's talent, IMO. Not to say that he's the best on the team, really, I think it's too close to call. But the coaches who have played against him selected him.

From college to being an AHL all star in a year and a half. So far, so good for Murley.

Evilo
01-11-2004, 02:59 AM
Updated Sunday 01-11-2004

NHL

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
18GP, 4-10-2, 3.20 GAA, .910 SV%, 1 SO
Will be back this week.

Tom Kostopoulos (F, 204th in 1999)
21GP, 4G, 3A, 7P, -6, 18 PIMs
Pointless in 4 games (-5).

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
8GP, 2G, 1A, 3P, -3, 8 PIMs
1 goal, 1 assist in 4 games (-2).

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
25GP, 6G, 5A, 11P, +1
Pointless in 4 games (-7).


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
26GP, 4G, 8A, 12P, +8, 14 PIMs.
Pointless in 4 games.

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
34GP, 10G, 16A, 26P, +13, 50 PIMs
1 assist in 4 games (+3, 12 PIMs). Team scoring leader.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
21GP, 10-7-1, 2 SO, 2.01 GAA, .926 SV%.
1-1 this week including. Look at these amazing stats for a rookie.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
39GP, 9G, 9A, 18P, +3, 23 PIM
Pointless in 4 games (+1).

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 5 points (2+3) in 11 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
39GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, +2, 119 PIM
1st goal of the year!

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
38 GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, -6, 39 PIM
Pointless in 4 games.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
32GP, 2G, 14A, 16P, +12, 63 PIMs
1 assist in 4 games (+2, 9 PIMs).

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
30GP, 6G, 17A, 23P, +13, 15 PIMs
4 points (1+3) in 4 games.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
38GP, 19G, 5A, 24P, +6, 16 PIM
3 goals, 1 assist in 4 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
22GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +9
2 goals, 1 assist in 4 games.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Sent down to Wheeling where he is pointless in 4 games.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
39GP, 0G, 11A, 11P, +2, 23 PIM
Pointless in 4 games (-2).

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, E.
1 assist in 4 games. Still not a factor.


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
14GP, 10-3-1, 2.62 GAA, .892 SV%.
1-1 this week.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
19GP, 6G, 20A, 26P.
1 goal in his lone game.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
12GP, 7-3-1, 3.42 GAA, .893 SV%.
Didn't play.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
22GP, 7G, 5A, 12P.
Didn't play.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
18GP, 0G, 6A, 4P.
2 assists in 2 games.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
15GP, 11G, 13A, 24P.
3 goals, 1 assist in 2 games. Team leader in goals, assists and points (!). Is ranked second in the entire NCAA for points per game.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
17GP, 2G, 2A, 4P.
Pointless in 2 games.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
22GP, 5G, 10A, 15P.
2 points in 2 games (1+1).

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
18GP, 3G, 4A, 7P
Pointless in 2 games.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
18GP, 5G, 8A, 13P.
1 assist in 2 games. Is tied for team scoring lead.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
34GP, 14G, 19A, 33P, +21, 44 PIM.
5 points (2+3) in 3 games. Seems to have regained his old form in Brandon.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
44GP, 19G, 18A, 37P, -10, 42 PIM.
1 point (assist) in 4 games (-4). Still team leader in points and tied for team goal scoring lead.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
37GP, 14G, 13A, 27P, +11, 50 PIM.
Pointless in 3 games this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
27GP, 10G, 19A, 29P, +9, 72 PIM.
6 points in 3 games (1+5), +3.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
41GP, 3G, 9A, 12P, -20, 70 PIM.
2 points in 4 games (1+1). He also had 24 PIMs.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
34GP, 1G, 11A, 12P, +12, 28 PIM.
Back from injury. 1 assist in 2 games.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
38GP, 22G, 19A, 41P, +3, 73 PIM.
3 points in 2 games (2+1).


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
29 GP, 11G, 28A, 39P, +25.
Hasn't played yet coming off the WJC.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
26GP, 9G, 34A, 43P, +14.
Hasn't played yet coming off the WJC.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
19GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 12PIMs.
Pointless in 3 games.

Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
WJC with Switzerland.

Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
30GP, 28-2-4, 2.33 GAA, .930 SV%, 3 SO
I'm not sure about his stats.
For anyone capable of reading czech or finding a decent translator (I couldn't find one) here's an article on Duba : http://esports.cz/hcorli.cz/clanek.asp?ID=1053

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
22GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, 16 PIMs
2 games, 2 PIMs. Seems to be a permanent fixture of the Djurgarden's blueline now.

Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
20GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 6 PIMs.

*Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
33GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 34 PIMs
Pointless in 3 games.

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
27GP, 0G, 2A, 22 PIM, -16.
Hasn't played yet coming off the WJC.


Prospect of the week

1- Michel Ouellet (3 goals, 1 assist in 4 AHL games)
2- Matt Murley (1 goal, 3 assists in 4 AHL games)
3- Matt Moulson (3 goals, 1 assist in 2 NCAA games)
4- Eric Christensen (2 goals, 3 assists in 3 WHL games)
5- Ryan Stone (1 goal, 5 assists in 3 WHL games)

Honorable mentions : Dan Carcillo, Toby Petersen, Andrew Sertich and Ben Eaves.


2004 top prospects

Alexander Ovechkin (F, Dynamo Moscow, RSL)
30GP, 9G, 8A, 17P, 24 PIMs

Evgueny Malkin (F, Metallurg Magnitagorsk, RSL)
I could only find his stats from about two months ago. As it is better than nothing, here they are (anyone can help me there?) :
14GP, 0G, 6A, 6P, 2 PIMs

*Rostislav Olesz (Vitkovice, Czech League)
27GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +8, 10 PIMs
Playing as a third liner in a checking role. Seems to have come back from his concussion. 1 assist, +2 in 1 game.

*Rob Schremp (F, London, OHL)
38GP, 20G, 23A, 43P, +7
3 points (2+1) in 3 games.

*Cam Barker (D, Medecine Hat, WHL)
43GP, 14G, 24A, 38P, +8
4 points in 3 games (+4).

*Lari Tukonen (F, Espoo, SM-Liga)
17GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +5, 18 PIMs
Updated!
I made a top 5 prospect instead of top 3 because it was an incredible week for many Pens prospects (Ouellet, Moulson, Murley, Christensen, Stone, and others).
I added Tukonen as asked.
Any other 2004 prospect you guys would like to have?

#66
01-11-2004, 11:08 AM
Thanks Evilo. Does anyone know if Stone and Christensen are playing on the same line? Both seemed to have played big in the past three games and it would be great if they started having some chemistry already.

DJ Spinoza
01-11-2004, 12:58 PM
Just got done checking a hunch I had about Murley. He seems to always be on the scoresheet when all is said and done. And when I listen to WBS games, he seems to be a guy who makes things happen. I think these are big keys to why he was picked to go to the all star game.

So far this season, he has 23 points in 30 games. After checking, he's been held pointless in 13 games this year. So it's not really as astonishing as I was thinking, but he just seems to be one of those players who ends up with their name on the scoresheet a lot.

He's consistent too, which is something you can't really say for Beech. Beech has had stretches this year where he's been incredible, but he's been somewhat streaky so far. At least, this is according to a little observation by me, but mainly from listening to a guy from the WBS paper a while ago.

stardog
01-11-2004, 11:06 PM
Just got done checking a hunch I had about Murley. He seems to always be on the scoresheet when all is said and done. And when I listen to WBS games, he seems to be a guy who makes things happen. I think these are big keys to why he was picked to go to the all star game.

So far this season, he has 23 points in 30 games. After checking, he's been held pointless in 13 games this year. So it's not really as astonishing as I was thinking, but he just seems to be one of those players who ends up with their name on the scoresheet a lot.

He's consistent too, which is something you can't really say for Beech. Beech has had stretches this year where he's been incredible, but he's been somewhat streaky so far. At least, this is according to a little observation by me, but mainly from listening to a guy from the WBS paper a while ago.

Let me start by saying I love Murley and think he is gonna be a good asset.
But dont you think that being held pointless in almost half of his games is not a good indication of him always being on the scoresheet? And isnt that also an indication of him being streaky? Maybe he doesnt go for games at a time where he is scoreless but he also doesnt go for games at a time where he is scoring. I think that's kinda streaky.

stardog
01-11-2004, 11:09 PM
Updated!
I made a top 5 prospect instead of top 3 because it was an incredible week for many Pens prospects (Ouellet, Moulson, Murley, Christensen, Stone, and others).
I added Tukonen as asked.
Any other 2004 prospect you guys would like to have?

Yeah, whatever happened to that guy named Robin Big Snake? Past his draft year I know, but his name alone warrants a pick. We could sure use a guy like Robin Big Snake on our team...Ahhh the possibilities. :D

After checking, he is still in the WHL where he has 176 PIM in 34 games. And he is UNDRAFTED. Maybe we could actually USE the Big Snake on this team....wait that came out wrong.

Jacob
01-12-2004, 12:04 AM
Joking or not, I've heard Big Snake can really throw 'em and I've been harping for a while now that this team needs to develop an enforcer that can 'play the game'.

May not be a bad UFA signing, since I doubt any team will draft him.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-12-2004, 10:05 AM
Joking or not, I've heard Big Snake can really throw 'em and I've been harping for a while now that this team needs to develop an enforcer that can 'play the game'.
Maybe Stone? I hear he can throw them pretty well and he CAN play the game.

DJ Spinoza
01-12-2004, 11:08 AM
Let me start by saying I love Murley and think he is gonna be a good asset.
But dont you think that being held pointless in almost half of his games is not a good indication of him always being on the scoresheet? And isnt that also an indication of him being streaky? Maybe he doesnt go for games at a time where he is scoreless but he also doesnt go for games at a time where he is scoring. I think that's kinda streaky.

Nah, not really. You have to figure that he's been sent back and forth a few times, and some of his pointless games came after he was sent back. Also, I didn't check to see what kind of ice time he got. Those numbers are fairly a rough estimate.

Plus, you could say that it's close to him notching a point in 2/3rds of his games, with him at 17/30. It's give or take two or three points to each way, and 2/3 is pretty good really. Factor in some call ups, and also I forgot to mention that there was a four game slump where he had no points between the end of November and the beginning of December.

Actually, I can check to see how he did in games after being sent down. I still have the points recorded on my WBS calender.

Sent down on roughly the 20th of October for the first time, first game was at Norfolk on the 22nd. No points. That followed by a point in the next game, then no points in the next. Finishes the remaining October games with a point in each of the last two.

Starts November with 0 points at Hershey. Then 1 point, 2 points, 1 point in the next three. Then 2 pointless games 6 days apart. Followed up by a four game point streak with 1 point in each game, except for Philly on the 22nd in which he had 3 points.

Then what seems to be a slump hits. No points to finish out November, three games.

Starts December with no points against Providence, but then here's the funny part - this is when he's called up to Pittsburgh. In the middle of what looks like a slump. So one must conclude that he is doing things to make Therrien keep playing him and praising him enough to get a call up even when he's not scoring.

OK, so he goes back to WBS and his first game is at Binghamton on the 19th. No points. Followed by 1 in each of the next two, and then two more pointless games. Finishes with 1 point against Birdgeport to end December.

First game of January on the 2nd against Springfield, no points. Then one point against Hartford, Philly, and two against Manchester in each of the next three games. Followed by a poinless game at Lowell and then 1 point in the most recent game against Portland.

Also, a few of the games WBS was shut out in. Thought I'd mention that.

So, if you figure in the two games after he was sent back, plus the four game pointless streak, that's 6 games right there. Minus those 6 games and you have 17/24, or roughly a point in 70/71% of games.

So what does my long and probably incoherant ramble of a post mean? Well, if you look at just the numbers, he does appear to kind of be streaky. But when you break it down, to me it is basically that he is contributing a little bit in a lot of games, with some 1 or 2 game pointless streaks in between.

That's kind of the player I believe Murley is. A supporting player, something we have quite a few of in the system, but I am very high on Murley. And you have to also figure into this that Murley was repsonsible enough defensively in Pittsburgh to get a little consistent ice time for a while. And Therrien kept playing him through the pointless streak. That doesn't mean much, really, because no one scratches guys when they go a few games without points.

But I think what it does tell you is that Murley is a solid player outside of putting up points. Add in that he should be able to put up a fairly decent amount of points over a fairly consistent amount of time, and that makes him an excellent second line support type player in my opinion.

stardog
01-12-2004, 01:25 PM
That's kind of the player I believe Murley is. A supporting player, something we have quite a few of in the system, but I am very high on Murley. And you have to also figure into this that Murley was repsonsible enough defensively in Pittsburgh to get a little consistent ice time for a while. And Therrien kept playing him through the pointless streak. That doesn't mean much, really, because no one scratches guys when they go a few games without points.

But I think what it does tell you is that Murley is a solid player outside of putting up points. Add in that he should be able to put up a fairly decent amount of points over a fairly consistent amount of time, and that makes him an excellent second line support type player in my opinion.

Wow. Thanks for the breakdown. Just more proof that stats dont always tell the whole story.
Murley is a good player....Nowhere near the caliber of The Big Snake, but good none the less.

DJ Spinoza
01-12-2004, 01:33 PM
No problem. I just went through my WBS schedule and wrote next to each game how many points Murley got.

Ideally, I think that next year we should have quite a bit of young forwards in the mix for the top 6. I think Murley may very well be a part of that.

stardog
01-12-2004, 02:18 PM
No problem. I just went through my WBS schedule and wrote next to each game how many points Murley got.

Ideally, I think that next year we should have quite a bit of young forwards in the mix for the top 6. I think Murley may very well be a part of that.
What about Robin Big Snake?

DJ Spinoza
01-12-2004, 02:23 PM
I'd never even heard of him before he was brought up in this post, so :dunno:.

stardog
01-12-2004, 09:17 PM
I'd never even heard of him before he was brought up in this post, so :dunno:.

Haha...I was just kidding. Robin Big Snake is the baddest man this side of the border. You mess with Robin Big Snake and he will rip you a new one and spit in your eye! His team mates are happy to play with the Big Snake. He supports and protects them like a jock strap and a cup.
If some of the "soft" Penguins players had alittle of the Big Snake in them they would play much bigger, harder, and wouldnt be such Pu**ies.
Does that Answer your question about him? This team could use a Robin Big Snake without a doubt.
Lets start a petition to draft Robin Big Snake.
Raider and Olive....sorry, couldn't resist.

Jacob
01-13-2004, 10:07 PM
http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/urltrurl?lp=ru_en&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.metallurg.ru%2Fnews%2F%3Fid%3 D9754

Anshakov scored a goal and was named 2nd star for CSKA yesterday. Nothing groundbreaking, but it's a tough league to score goals in. CSKA won 6-2, and Sergei Berezin made his debut with them.

Jacob
01-15-2004, 10:20 PM
http://www.del.org/statistics/ausgabe.asp?type=topdefender&RoundID=167572&titel=Deutsche%20Eishockey%20Liga%20Saison%202003/2004&subtitel=Hauptrunde

Micki Dupont's stats

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-16-2004, 05:57 AM
http://www.del.org/statistics/ausgabe.asp?type=topdefender&RoundID=167572&titel=Deutsche%20Eishockey%20Liga%20Saison%202003/2004&subtitel=Hauptrunde

Micki Dupont's stats
I wish he would have stayed with WBS, and possibly played some time with the big club. He could have helped out the powerplay a bit, he usually has over 200 shots (in the AHL) a year, doesn't he?

baldsince16
01-16-2004, 06:23 AM
I live here in Pittsburgh so the only information I get on these two defensemen is what I read in the post gazette and what I can find on the internet. I read that Koci is big and mean, and that Ross is close to coming up to the bigs. Which would be great cause then they could trade Tarnstrom for some younger talent. Anyways, I am just sick and tired of seeing Buchberger, McKenna, and Bergevin taking ice time away from the younger guys. Especially the fact that Buchy and McKenna are sporting "A"s for the Penguins. :dunno: If they have to give the "A"s to a veteran give it to Eastwood and Holzinger, at least those two veterans have showed any type of promise. I am getting off the subject here, I just want to know if anyone who gets to see games out there in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, can tell me how Koci, Lupushuck,and Oullet are doing. The more detailed the better.

Robert Paulson*
01-16-2004, 03:52 PM
Last I remember, McKenna's wearing the "C." Sad, isn't it?

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-16-2004, 05:39 PM
Last I remember, McKenna's wearing the "C." Sad, isn't it?
No, it's not sad. It is down right disgusting. :mad:

Oilers Chick
01-18-2004, 12:52 AM
The games I saw this weekend:

Minnesota vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (Friday)

Boston College vs. Boston University (Saturday)

Pens prospects I saw play: Andy Sertich (MIN) and Ryan Whitney (PIT). In case you all haven't heard Ben Eaves (BC) is currently out of the Eagles lineup due to a knee injury. He did not play in either game of the weekend series vs. BU. At this time, I do not know the extent of the injury or how long he'll be out for. When I get an update, I'll pass it along.

Some quick observations:

Sertich: He's not a "rah-rah" kind of guy, but he works hard and is quite versatile. The Gophers have used him as a defenseman earlier this season when top Dmen Keith Ballard and Chris Harrington were sidelined with injuries. Sertich is good both offensively and defensively. Good playmaker and excellent skater. His main weakness is that he doesn't assert (for a lack of a better term) himself enough on one-on-one plays. When he does, he's actually quite effective whether it's in gaining puck possession or stripping the puck or simply shutting down an opposing player. In the Friday game vs. Minnesota State he did just that and low and behold it worked! Sertich has been relegated to playing either the 3rd or 4th line for Minnesota, but don't think that he doesn't contribute, because he does. He just doesn't garner the attention that Tomas Vanek does, which seems to be just fine with Sertich and the Gophers.

Whitney: As good as Whitney has been offensively this season, he has been horrible to below average defensively. In tonight (Saturday's) game vs. a very tough BC team, he created two costly turnovers that led to two BC goals. Furthermore, he got badly outplayed by Patrick Eaves when the two were matched up. Whitney is a player who is blessed with immense skills. He's really living up to his offensive defenseman reputation, with an emphasis on "offensive". In the several BU games that I've observed Whitney's play in this season, he's been nothing short of amazing in the offensive department, this includes playmaking, stick handling and skating. However, his defensive side has been mediocre at best. One of the problems that I've noticed is that he doesn't make good use of 6'4/202 frame when it comes to the physical play, whether it be delivering those punishng hits or simply finishing a check. The few times he HAS done it, he's been pretty effective. Also, he loses many one-on-one battles for the puck. This was evident tonight against Patrick Eaves. Unlike Eaves, who made a concerted effort to get him under control and strip him of the puck, Whitney couldn't do the same to Eaves. When he went one-on-one with him, Eaves had a relatively easy time of not only getting by Whitney with the puck, but getting by almost untouched.

BTW, if you want to know how each of these players and their respective teams did this weekend. Please check out my


Game Notes (1/16): Minnesota vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=44508)

and

Game Notes (1/17): Boston College vs. Boston University (http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=44763)

over on the NCAA boards.

P.S. I'll put together a short "observations" list (the one that Evilo PMed me a few days ago) within the next day or so.

Evilo
01-18-2004, 11:18 AM
The games I saw this weekend:

Minnesota vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (Friday)

Boston College vs. Boston University (Saturday)

Pens prospects I saw play: Andy Sertich (MIN) and Ryan Whitney (PIT). In case you all haven't heard Ben Eaves (BC) is currently out of the Eagles lineup due to a knee injury. He did not play in either game of the weekend series vs. BU. At this time, I do not know the extent of the injury or how long he'll be out for. When I get an update, I'll pass it along.

Some quick observations:

Sertich: He's not a "rah-rah" kind of guy, but he works hard and is quite versatile. The Gophers have used him as a defenseman earlier this season when top Dmen Keith Ballard and Chris Harrington were sidelined with injuries. Sertich is good both offensively and defensively. Good playmaker and excellent skater. His main weakness is that he doesn't assert (for a lack of a better term) himself enough on one-on-one plays. When he does, he's actually quite effective whether it's in gaining puck possession or stripping the puck or simply shutting down an opposing player. In the Friday game vs. Minnesota State he did just that and low and behold it worked! Sertich has been relegated to playing either the 3rd or 4th line for Minnesota, but don't think that he doesn't contribute, because he does. He just doesn't garner the attention that Tomas Vanek does, which seems to be just fine with Sertich and the Gophers.

Whitney: As good as Whitney has been offensively this season, he has been horrible to below average defensively. In tonight (Saturday's) game vs. a very tough BC team, he created two costly turnovers that led to two BC goals. Furthermore, he got badly outplayed by Patrick Eaves when the two were matched up. Whitney is a player who is blessed with immense skills. He's really living up to his offensive defenseman reputation, with an emphasis on "offensive". In the several BU games that I've observed Whitney's play in this season, he's been nothing short of amazing in the offensive department, this includes playmaking, stick handling and skating. However, his defensive side has been mediocre at best. One of the problems that I've noticed is that he doesn't make good use of 6'4/202 frame when it comes to the physical play, whether it be delivering those punishng hits or simply finishing a check. The few times he HAS done it, he's been pretty effective. Also, he loses many one-on-one battles for the puck. This was evident tonight against Patrick Eaves. Unlike Eaves, who made a concerted effort to get him under control and strip him of the puck, Whitney couldn't do the same to Eaves. When he went one-on-one with him, Eaves had a relatively easy time of not only getting by Whitney with the puck, but getting by almost untouched.

BTW, if you want to know how each of these players and their respective teams did this weekend. Please check out my


Game Notes (1/16): Minnesota vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=44508)

and

Game Notes (1/17): Boston College vs. Boston University (http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=44763)

over on the NCAA boards.

P.S. I'll put together a short "observations" list (the one that Evilo PMed me a few days ago) within the next day or so.

Thanks a lot!

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-18-2004, 12:02 PM
Thanks a lot!
I'll second that! :handclap: Too bad that Whitney is having a hard time in his own zone, though.

Jacob
01-18-2004, 03:19 PM
This is why we need to find a new Director of Player Development. A guy that can go sit down with Whitney and go over his game plan and tell him what he needs to do more of.

clefty
01-18-2004, 03:52 PM
Daniel Fernholm is playing quite well.

http://www.difhockey.se/spelarstats.php?id=191

Its good that he's been able to stay in the Elite League for an extended time frame.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-18-2004, 06:27 PM
Daniel Fernholm is playing quite well.

http://www.difhockey.se/spelarstats.php?id=191

Its good that he's been able to stay in the Elite League for an extended time frame.
6'4" and 104kg, how many pounds is that? He has a lot of potential. He was expected to go in the top 10 before he had knee injuries.

clefty
01-18-2004, 06:32 PM
104kg would be something like 230lbs. He's absolutely monsterous, thats for sure.

stardog
01-18-2004, 06:46 PM
This is why we need to find a new Director of Player Development. A guy that can go sit down with Whitney and go over his game plan and tell him what he needs to do more of.

Wouldn't that be a violation of the NCAA rules? And I am sure he is being told that all the time by his own coaches (who are very good). Whitney just doesn't have the defensive sense.

Evilo
01-18-2004, 08:14 PM
I couldn't update yesterday, so I'll try to in the next couple of days...
Sorry for the inconveniance.

DJ Spinoza
01-18-2004, 08:31 PM
I just remembered that I didn't do my fantasy hockey lineups yesterday, I guess I'll do that tommorow.

No problems Evilo. Sometimes it just gets busy.

Jacob
01-18-2004, 08:44 PM
I don't think just getting advice from someone is against the rules. I'm pretty sure Herbie met with several of our NCAA prospects.

On Fernholm; He's listed at 6'4", but someone that was at the draft told me they got to stand next to him and he appears even bigger. Like, 6'6".

Evilo
01-19-2004, 03:46 PM
Updated Sunday 01-18-2004

NHL

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
19GP, 4-11-2, 3.25 GAA, .907 SV%, 1 SO.

Tom Kostopoulos (F, 204th in 1999)
25GP, 6G, 3A, 9P, -6, 18 PIMs

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
12GP, 2G, 1A, 3P, -5, 8 PIMs

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
27GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +1


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
29GP, 4G, 8A, 12P, +6, 14 PIMs.
Pointless in 3 games.

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
34GP, 10G, 16A, 26P, +13, 50 PIMs
5 points in 3 games (3+2). Team scoring leader.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
23GP, 11-7-1, 2 SO, 2.14 GAA, .920 SV%.
1-0 this week.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
42GP, 9G, 10A, 19P, -1, 23 PIM
1 assist in 3 games.

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 6 points (3+3) in 16 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
41GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, +1, 131 PIM
Pointless in 2 games. 12 PIMs

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
38 GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, -6, 39 PIM
Injured.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
35GP, 2G, 15A, 17P, +11, 65 PIMs
1 assist in 3 games.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
33GP, 6G, 17A, 23P, +12, 19 PIMs
4 points (1+3) in 3 games.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
41GP, 20G, 6A, 26P, +5, 18 PIM
1 goal, 1 assist in 3 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
25GP, 6G, 8A, 14P, +7
2 assists in 3 games.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Sent down to Wheeling where he has 1 point in 9 games.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
42GP, 0G, 12A, 12P, E, 23 PIM
1 assist in 3 games (-2).

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, E.
Injured?


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
16GP, 11-3-1, 2.75 GAA, .889 SV%.
1-0 this week.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
19GP, 6G, 20A, 26P.
Injured.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
13GP, 7-3-2, 3.36 GAA, .899 SV%.
Tied his lone game.

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
24GP, 8G, 7A, 15P.
3 points (1+2) in 2 games.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
18GP, 0G, 6A, 4P.
Didnít play.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
17GP, 11G, 13A, 24P.
Pointless in 2 games.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
19GP, 2G, 2A, 4P.
Pointless in 2 games.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
24GP, 6G, 10A, 16P.
1 goal in 2 games.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
18GP, 3G, 4A, 7P
Didnít play.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
20GP, 5G, 10A, 15P.
2 assists in 2 games. Team scoring leader.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
38GP, 17G, 21A, 38P, +22, 46 PIM.
5 points (3+2) in 4 games. On fire!

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
48GP, 22G, 21A, 43P, -13, 42 PIM.
6 points (3+3) in 4 games. Team leader in points and goals.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
41GP, 14G, 13A, 27P, +12, 50 PIM.
Pointless in 4 games this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
31GP, 11G, 23A, 34P, +13, 80 PIM.
5 points in 4 games (1+4), +4.


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
45GP, 3G, 10A, 13P, -20, 70 PIM.
1 assist in 4 games.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
38GP, 1G, 12A, 13P, +11, 34 PIM.
1 assist in 4 games.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
42GP, 23G, 20A, 43P, +5, 89 PIM.
2 points in 4 games (1+1). 16 PIMs


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
33GP, 11G, 32A, 43P, +25.
4 assists in 4 games.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
29GP, 12G, 36A, 48P, +15.
5 points in 3 games (3+2).


Europe

* denotes update

Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
19GP, 2G, 2A, 4P, 12PIMs.
No update. Russian stats are hard to find in our alphabet.

Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
No update on teamís site.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
36GP, 34-2-4, 2.23 GAA, .932 SV%, 3 SO
I'm not sure about his stats.
For anyone capable of reading czech or finding a decent translator (I couldn't find one) here's an article on Duba : http://esports.cz/hcorli.cz/clanek.asp?ID=1053

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
25GP, 2G, 5A, 7P, 18 PIMs
3 games, 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 PIMs. Seems to be a permanent fixture of the Djurgarden's blueline now.

*Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
24GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 8 PIMs.
1 goal and 2 PIMs in 4 games.

Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
33GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 34 PIMs
Same as Anshakov... couldnít find an update.

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
31GP, 0G, 3A, 26 PIM, -15.
4 games, 1 assist, 4 PIMs, +1.


Prospect of the week

1- Kris Beech (3 goals, 2 assist in 3 AHL games)
2- Matt Murley (1 goal, 3 assists in 3 AHL games)
3- Johnathan Filewich (3 goals, 3 assists in 4 WHL games)
4- Eric Christensen (3 goals, 2 assists in 4 WHL games)
5- Ryan Stone (1 goal, 4 assists in 4 WHL games)

Honorable mentions : Maxime Talbot, Daniel Fernholm and Joe Jensen.


2004 top prospects

Alexander Ovechkin (F, Dynamo Moscow, RSL)
30GP, 9G, 8A, 17P, 24 PIMs
Couldnít find an update.

Evgueny Malkin (F, Metallurg Magnitagorsk, RSL)
I could only find his stats from about two months ago. As it is better than nothing, here they are (anyone can help me there?) :
14GP, 0G, 6A, 6P, 2 PIMs

*Rostislav Olesz (Vitkovice, Czech League)
27GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +8, 10 PIMs
Out with a concussion.

*Rob Schremp (F, London, OHL)
38GP, 20G, 23A, 43P, +7
5 points (2+3) in 4 games.

*Cam Barker (D, Medecine Hat, WHL)
45GP, 15G, 26A, 41P, +9, 75 PIMs
3 points in 2 games (1+2).

Lari Tukonen (F, Espoo, SM-Liga)
17GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +5, 18 PIMs
Didnít play this week.

2004 Prospect of the week : Rob Schremp
Updated!
Sorry again for the late update.
I added a 2004 prospect of the week feature. Of course, since I don't have Ovechkin and Malkin's stats, it's not very telling, but it's an indication or how Barker, Schremp and Tukonen are doing.
And again, I'll take any request for a prospect you'd like to keep an eye on. Just give me the name and if possible his team.

Jacob
01-20-2004, 03:51 PM
http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/urltrurl?lp=ru_en&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.metallurg.ru%2Fbase%2Fplayeri nfo.php%3Fidplayer%3D3584
There's Anshakov's stats.

If you click on where it says "CHR0YA Menses" it takes you to the full RSL schedule, and you can click on each team to find stats of certain guys like Malenkykh (Harmony), Ovechkin (Dynamo) and Isakov (Cherpovets).

Evilo
01-20-2004, 04:12 PM
Thanks a lot. I was using russianprospects.com until now...

spence___
01-20-2004, 04:29 PM
Dont know if it's already been asked but where are Lehto and Malenkykh?

Big McLargehuge
01-20-2004, 04:43 PM
Great to see Christensen really pick it up since being traded to Brandon.

DJ Spinoza
01-20-2004, 05:07 PM
Is it Filewich or Carcillo that plays on the team owned by Ciccarelli? I always get them confused.

By the way, I'm curious about opinions on me doing WBS game updates. I plan on listening to as many games as possible and writing full recaps for as many as possible for the remainder of the year.

I don't want to clog the top of the board with another sticky, though. So maybe I should just start posting the recaps here?

:dunno:

Jacob
01-20-2004, 05:35 PM
Carcillo.

Evilo
01-20-2004, 11:34 PM
By the way, I'm curious about opinions on me doing WBS game updates. I plan on listening to as many games as possible and writing full recaps for as many as possible for the remainder of the year.

I don't want to clog the top of the board with another sticky, though. So maybe I should just start posting the recaps here?

:dunno:
I personally think it's a good idea and it should IMO be a sticky, either a new one or replacing one we have...
What do others think?

Evilo
01-20-2004, 11:37 PM
Dont know if it's already been asked but where are Lehto and Malenkykh?
Lehto I can add.
Malenkhyk is already in.

spence___
01-21-2004, 11:57 PM
Lehto I can add.
Malenkhyk is already in.

Thanks, I really appreciate the work you've been doing Evilo.

I've posted this before but here it is again. http://pittsburghpenguins.com/team/bio.php?id=95
For some reason they saw fit to list Havelka and Seikkula as well as some others, not that I'm asking for these 2 to be included.

some other players I wouldn't mind hearing about.
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00018615
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00020490
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00018618

stardog
01-22-2004, 01:12 AM
Thanks, I really appreciate the work you've been doing Evilo.

I've posted this before but here it is again. http://pittsburghpenguins.com/team/bio.php?id=95
For some reason they saw fit to list Havelka and Seikkula as well as some others, not that I'm asking for these 2 to be included.

some other players I wouldn't mind hearing about.
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00018615
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00020490
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00018618

Just curious, why are you interested in Krivchenkov and Voronov? They are out of the Pens plans more than likely.
I really liked Kolkunov though. He was under rated as a defensive specialist and had good size. He just was never really able to find an offensive game. I seriously thought he would make it though as a third/fourth line center someday. Guess I was way off on that one.
I also really liked Valentine Morozov. Man if you would have seen some of this kids moves in camp. It was sick. Both Eric (the Pens editor here at HF) were watching him just dangle and burn everyone at high speed. His skill was almost unmatched in training camp. I would have liked to see him get a better shot here. Obviously his size and lack of even knowing where the defensive zone hurt him, but he had more pure skating, puck handling, shooting and passing skill than I have seen in almost all of our prospects.

Evilo
01-22-2004, 06:23 AM
You mean EriK (the Pens editor) or EriC, the Pens writer?
I think it's Erik Johnson and Eric Bowser.

Evilo
01-22-2004, 06:25 AM
Thanks, I really appreciate the work you've been doing Evilo.

I've posted this before but here it is again. http://pittsburghpenguins.com/team/bio.php?id=95
For some reason they saw fit to list Havelka and Seikkula as well as some others, not that I'm asking for these 2 to be included.

some other players I wouldn't mind hearing about.
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00018615
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00020490
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php3?pid=00018618
Thanks for the kind words, it's always a pleasure to hear my work is not useless.

Which of these players would you like me to include in my next update?

spence___
01-22-2004, 08:47 PM
Just curious, why are you interested in Krivchenkov and Voronov? They are out of the Pens plans more than likely.

Yeah, but I wouldnt mind hearing about what role they play on their current teams.

I also remember seeing the Pen's list a player drafted a long time ago in their European prospect update they did on their site last year.

spence___
01-22-2004, 08:49 PM
Which of these players would you like me to include in my next update?

Thanks, but I don't think that any of those players are deserving of their own updates.

DJ Spinoza
01-22-2004, 08:57 PM
http://www.pittsburghpenguins.com/team/system.php

That's the list on the Pens site, for what it's worth.

I don't think we'll see any of those guys in a Penguin or Wilkes Barre uniform, I don't even know if they've even been to camp. So it's probably not worth the time...

spence___
01-22-2004, 09:00 PM
http://www.pittsburghpenguins.com/team/system.php

That's the list on the Pens site, for what it's worth.

I don't think we'll see any of those guys in a Penguin or Wilkes Barre uniform, I don't even know if they've even been to camp. So it's probably not worth the time...

That's what I meant to post but for some reason I gave the link to Havelka.

Jacob
01-23-2004, 12:44 AM
Sweet Anshakov picture, via russianprospects.com
http://www.russianprospects.com/images/player_photos/1820007.jpg

jmelm
01-23-2004, 10:28 AM
Sweet Anshakov picture, via russianprospects.com
http://www.russianprospects.com/images/player_photos/1820007.jpg

Sweet!

He must have totally deeked the one guy out and split the D.

DJ Spinoza
01-23-2004, 04:01 PM
Picture = New Avatar

I have succumb to the bandwagon. :bow:

DJ Spinoza
01-24-2004, 03:19 PM
Jaffray was called up by WBS, he'll play tommorow vs Norfolk.

Jacob
01-24-2004, 11:34 PM
Whitney picked up 24 minutes in penalties in a melee at the end of the Maine-BU game tonight. His +/- has slipped to an even rating.

DJ Spinoza
01-24-2004, 11:40 PM
I guess that's somewhat good that he was being physical. :dunno:

I'm really interested to see Jaffray tommorow. I'm going to keep a special ear out for him during the game.

Jacob
01-25-2004, 04:31 AM
I guess he put some guy in a headlock (Whitney did).

Also, Ben Eaves is out with a broken kneecap for up to 6 weeks.

Evilo
01-25-2004, 06:07 AM
Updated Sunday 01-25-2004

NHL

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, 1st in 2003) :
21GP, 4-13-2, 3.56 GAA, .898 SV%, 1 SO.

Konstantin Koltsov (F, 18th in 1999)
50GP, 5G, 13A, 18P, -18, 22 PIMs

Tom Kostopoulos (F, 204th in 1999)
28GP, 7G, 4A, 11P, -10, 29 PIMs

Milan Kraft (F, 23rd in 1998)
35GP, 10G, 7A, 17P, -7, 8 PIMs

Ryan Malone (F, 115th in 1999)
50 GP, 11G, 12A, 23P, -18, 38PIMs

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
15GP, 2G, 3A, 5P, -4, 8 PIMs

Brooks Orpik (D, 18th in 2000)
47GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, -25, 76PIMs

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
30GP, 7G, 8A, 15P, -4


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
30GP, 5G, 9A, 14P, +6, 16 PIMs.
2 points in 1 game (1+1).

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
38GP, 13G, 18A, 31P, +15, 60 PIMs
Team scoring leader.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
23GP, 11-7-1, 2 SO, 2.14 GAA, .920 SV%.
Didnít play.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
43GP, 9G, 13A, 22P, +1, 23 PIM
3 assists this week.

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 6 points (3+3) in 16 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
42GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, +1, 158 PIM
Pointless in 1 game. 27 PIMs

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
38 GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, -6, 39 PIM
Injured.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
36GP, 2G, 16A, 18P, +11, 65 PIMs
1 assist in 1 game.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
34GP, 7G, 19A, 26P, +13, 19 PIMs
3 points (1+2) in 1 game.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
41GP, 21G, 6A, 27P, +5, 18 PIM
1 goal in 1 game.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
26GP, 6G, 8A, 14P, +7
Pointless in 1 game.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Sent down to Wheeling where he has 1 point in 9 games.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
43GP, 0G, 12A, 12P, +1, 33 PIM
Pointless, +1, 10 PIMs in 1 game.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, E.
Injured?


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
18GP, 12-3-2, 2.62 GAA, .893 SV%.
1-0-1 this week.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
19GP, 6G, 20A, 26P.
Injured.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
16GP, 9-4-2, 2.89 GAA, .911SV%, 1SH.
2-1 this week..

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
29GP, 9G, 9A, 18P.
3 points (1+2) in 2 games.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
18GP, 0G, 6A, 6P.
Didnít play.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
19GP, 12G, 13A, 25P.
1 goal in 2 games.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
21GP, 2G, 3A, 5P.
1 assist in 2 games.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
26GP, 6G, 10A, 16P.
Pointless in 2 games.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
18GP, 3G, 4A, 7P
Didnít play.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
22GP, 5G, 11A, 16P.
1 assist in 2 games. Team scoring leader.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
41GP, 18G, 21A, 39P, +20, 48 PIM.
1 point (goal) in 3 games.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
51GP, 25G, 22A, 47P, -14, 42 PIMs.
4 points (3+1) in 3 games. Team leader in points and goals.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
43GP, 15G, 16A, 31P, +14, 57 PIMs.
4 points (1+3) in 2 games this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
34GP, 13G, 25A, 39P, +13, 88 PIMs.
5 points in 3 games (2+3). Has tied Christensen in points, in 7 less games and playing more physical of course. He also has 3 shothanded goals, which could be interesting...


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
47GP, 3G, 11A, 14P, -17, 70 PIM.
1 assist in 2 games, +3.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
40GP, 1G, 13A, 14P, +11, 36 PIM.
1 assist in 2 games.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
45GP, 24G, 21A, 45P, +5, 102 PIM.
2 points in 3 games (1+1). 13 PIMs


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
35GP, 11G, 33A, 44P, +26.
1 assist in 2 games.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
30GP, 12G, 38A, 50P, +15.
2 assists in 1 game.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
24GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 12PIMs.

*Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
No update on teamís site.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
37GP, 32-2-4, 2.20 GAA, .933 SV%, 3 SO
1-0 this week.
For anyone capable of reading czech or finding a decent translator (I couldn't find one) here's an article on Duba : http://esports.cz/hcorli.cz/clanek.asp?ID=1053

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
27GP, 2G, 6A, 8P, 22 PIMs
2 games, 1 assist, 4 PIMs. Seems to be a permanent fixture of the Djurgarden's blueline now.

*Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
28GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 14 PIMs.

*Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
33GP, 1G, 3A, 4P, 34 PIMs

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
31GP, 0G, 3A, 26 PIM, -15.
Didnít play this week.


Prospect of the week

1- Ryan Stone (2 goals, 3 assists in 3 WHL games)
2- Cam Paddock (1 goal, 3 assists in 2 WHL games)
3- Jonathan Filewich (3 goals, 1 assist in 3 WHL games)
4- Matt Murley (1 goal, 2 assists in 1 AHL game)
5- Colby Armstrong (1 goal, 1 assist in 1 AHL game)

Honorable mentions : Maxime Talbot, Shane Endicott and Joe Jensen.


2004 top prospects

*Alexander Ovechkin (F, Dynamo Moscow, RSL)
38GP, 10G, 10A, 20P, 24 PIMs
8 games, 1 goal, 2 assists.

*Evgueny Malkin (F, Metallurg Magnitagorsk, RSL)
30GP, 3G, 9A, 12P, 10 PIMs

*Rostislav Olesz (Vitkovice, Czech League)
27GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +8, 10 PIMs
Out with a concussion.

*Rob Schremp (F, London, OHL)
44GP, 24G, 28A, 52P, +7, 14 PIMs
9 points (4+5) in 6 games.

*Cam Barker (D, Medecine Hat, WHL)
47GP, 15G, 29A, 44P, 11, 79 PIMs
3 points in 2 games (3 assists).

Lari Tukonen (F, Espoo, SM-Liga)
17GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +5, 18 PIMs
Didnít play this week.

2004 Prospect of the week : Rob Schremp
Updated!
I added the youngsters playing in Pittsburgh.
I still take any request...

Evilo
01-25-2004, 06:08 AM
I'll add Lehto in my next update... which team is he playing for?

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-25-2004, 07:08 AM
Also, Ben Eaves is out with a broken kneecap for up to 6 weeks.
That's too bad......

JakeK
01-25-2004, 10:31 AM
I'll add Lehto in my next update... which team is he playing for?

He plays for Tappara in the Finnish league. Their web page is www.tappara.fi. I'm not sure if he is still in the Penguins organisation. He was drafted six years ago.

Anyway the stats for his team can be found here http://www.tappara.fi/ottelut/stats.htm

Evilo
01-25-2004, 11:57 AM
Thanks! :bow:

Jacob
01-25-2004, 10:19 PM
Fernholm had another goal today. Giving him, like, 4 points in his last 5 or 6 games. I don't know about anybody else, but he's really jumped up the depth chart in my opinion.

Whitney, Orpik, Welch, Fernholm. That's scary.

DJ Spinoza
01-25-2004, 10:38 PM
Yeah, and Nemec, Lupaschuk, and Schneider might factor in there as well.

Here's an article written by Matt Moulson, found it on the Pens' board site: http://www.danbylsma.com/mattltr.htm

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-26-2004, 01:39 AM
Fernholm had another goal today. Giving him, like, 4 points in his last 5 or 6 games. I don't know about anybody else, but he's really jumped up the depth chart in my opinion.

Whitney, Orpik, Welch, Fernholm. That's scary.
That would be one VERY big top 4. :yo:

DJ Spinoza
01-27-2004, 07:59 PM
http://www.pittsburghpenguins.com/team/system.php

Wow, just look at the size of some of those defensemen.

What exactly did the Djuardeans (sp?) site say about Fernholm? I guess I'll just sift back a few pages to see...

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-28-2004, 04:08 AM
I don't know why people are concerned about Nemec's size: 6'1" 196 lb isn't that small, and he could still add more muscle.

DJ Spinoza
01-28-2004, 03:02 PM
According to people in WBS, Sivek is done for the year after having hip surgery. I can't find a link because the WBS newspaper site is so horribly set up that it's not even funny.

DJ Spinoza
01-28-2004, 04:52 PM
http://www.citizensvoice.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=10876162&BRD=2259&PAG=461&dept_id=504260&rfi=6

No wonder I couldn't find it, I was in the wrong paper before. :blush:

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-29-2004, 07:20 PM
According to people in WBS, Sivek is done for the year after having hip surgery. I can't find a link because the WBS newspaper site is so horribly set up that it's not even funny.
Awful news. :(

Jacob
01-31-2004, 05:20 AM
Pens might well have 4 excellent candidates for the Hobey Baker next season in Whitney, Welch, Schneider, and Moulson. Goepfert as well, possibly.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-31-2004, 05:57 AM
Pens might well have 4 excellent candidates for the Hobey Baker next season in Whitney, Welch, Schneider, and Moulson. Goepfert as well, possibly.
I wouldn't get my hopes up.

Jacob
01-31-2004, 06:13 AM
Neither would I, considering the Hobey is for the best collegiate player, and not the best NHL prospect collegiate player. But they're all strong candidates.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
01-31-2004, 06:39 AM
Neither would I, considering the Hobey is for the best collegiate player, and not the best NHL prospect collegiate player. But they're all strong candidates.
It would be REALLY nice for one of them to win it, just like Brian Holzinger. :D

#66
01-31-2004, 11:01 AM
Pens might well have 4 excellent candidates for the Hobey Baker next season in Whitney, Welch, Schneider, and Moulson. Goepfert as well, possibly.Does anyone know the Pens plans for Goepfert? He's not a big name prospect and might not have trade value but from what I've seen of him he looks like he has a future in the NHL. I would hate for the Pens to lose him for nothing as Fleury is their futer right now.

Jacob
01-31-2004, 07:46 PM
He's got two more years of college

DJ Spinoza
01-31-2004, 07:55 PM
Schneider had two assists last night and was a plus 2 in a 6-1 rout of Denver.

Whitney was a plus 1 with no points in BU's game.

DJ Spinoza
02-01-2004, 03:42 AM
Wheeling's been absolutely destroying everything in it's path. They routed Dayton like 8-2 tonight.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
02-01-2004, 04:07 AM
Wheeling's been absolutely destroying everything in it's path. They routed Dayton like 8-2 tonight.
What a turn around that team has been. :)

Evilo
02-01-2004, 11:31 AM
Updated Sunday 02-01-2004

NHL

Konstantin Koltsov (F, 18th in 1999)
53GP, 5G, 14A, 19P, -22, 22 PIMs
Average icetime : 16:11

Tom Kostopoulos (F, 204th in 1999)
31GP, 7G, 5A, 12P, -12, 31 PIMs
Average icetime : 14:02

Milan Kraft (F, 23rd in 1998)
38GP, 10G, 7A, 17P, -10, 8 PIMs
Average icetime : 14:50

Ryan Malone (F, 115th in 1999)
53 GP, 13G, 12A, 25P, -20, 45PIMs
Average icetime : 18:51

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
18GP, 2G, 4A, 6P, -6, 8 PIMs
Average icetime : 15:15

Brooks Orpik (D, 18th in 2000)
50GP, 1G, 5A, 6P, -27, 83PIMs
Average icetime : 17:58

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
33GP, 8G, 8A, 16P, -6
Average icetime : 12:33


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
33GP, 5G, 9A, 14P, +6, 18 PIMs.
Pointless in 3 games.

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
41GP, 14G, 18A, 32P, +16, 66 PIMs
1 point (goal) in 3 games. Team scoring leader.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
25GP, 11-9-1, 2 SO, 2.25 GAA, .915 SV%.
0-2 this week.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
46GP, 9G, 13A, 22P, +2, 31 PIM
Pointless in 3 games this week.

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
8 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P.
Sent down to Wheeling (ECHL) where he has 8 points (3+5) in 18 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
45GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, +2, 172 PIM
Pointless in 3 games. 14 PIMs

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
38 GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, -6, 39 PIM
Injured.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
39GP, 2G, 16A, 18P, +11, 72 PIMs
Pointless in 3 games.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
37GP, 7G, 19A, 26P, +13, 32 PIMs
Pointless in 3 games.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
45GP, 21G, 8A, 29P, +5, 22 PIMs
2 assists in 3 games.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
29GP, 6G, 9A, 15P, +8, 2 PIMs
1 assist in 3 games.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Sent down to Wheeling where he has 1 point in 11 games.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
46GP, 1G, 12A, 13P, +1, 33 PIMs
First goal of the year.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, E.
Injured.


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
20GP, 14-3-2, 2.45 GAA, .903 SV%.
2-0 this week.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
19GP, 6G, 20A, 26P.
Injured.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
17GP, 10-4-2, 2.84 GAA, .912SV%, 1SH.
1-0 this week..

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
26GP, 9G, 9A, 18P.
Didnít play.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
19GP, 0G, 6A, 6P.
Pointless in 1 game.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
19GP, 12G, 13A, 25P.
Pointless in 2 games.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
23GP, 2G, 5A, 7P.
2 assists in 2 games. 3 points in his last 4 games.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
28GP, 6G, 11A, 17P.
1 assist in 2 games.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
19GP, 3G, 4A, 7P
Pointless in 1 game.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
23GP, 5G, 11A, 16P.
Pointless in 1 game. Team scoring leader.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
45GP, 20G, 22A, 42P, +21, 48 PIM.
3 points (2+1) in 4 games.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
54GP, 27G, 23A, 50P, -13, 42 PIMs.
3 points (2+1) in 3 games. Team leader in points and goals.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
45GP, 15G, 15A, 30P, +14, 59 PIMs.
Pointless in 2 games this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
36GP, 13G, 27A, 40P, +12, 92 PIMs.
1 point in 2 games (assist).


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
50GP, 3G, 12A, 15P, -20, 72 PIMs.
1 assist in 3 games, -3.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
43GP, 1G, 13A, 14P, +9, 36 PIMs.
Pointless in 3 games.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
47GP, 24G, 22A, 46P, +5, 115 PIM.
1 point in 2 games (assist).


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
38GP, 13G, 36A, 49P, +26, 18 PIMs.
5 points (2+3) in 3 games.

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, Cape Breton, 1st in 2003)
Hasnít played yet.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
33GP, 12G, 44A, 56P, +23, 24 PIMs.
6 assists in 3 games.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
25GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 12PIMs.
Pointless in 1 game

*Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
No update on teamís site.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
38GP, 20-18, 2.32 GAA, .930 SV%, 3 SO
For anyone capable of reading czech or finding a decent translator (I couldn't find one) here's an article on Duba : http://esports.cz/hcorli.cz/clanek.asp?ID=1053

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
30GP, 3G, 6A, 9P, 24 PIMs
3 games, 1 goal, 2 PIMs. Seems to be a permanent fixture of the Djurgarden's blueline now and he is producing nicely these days.

*Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
30GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 14 PIMs.
Pointless in 2 games

*Mika Lehto (G, Finland, Tappara, 224th in 1998)
35GP, 14-8-13, 2.47 GAA, 92.29 SV%, 3SO

*Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
35GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, 34 PIMs
1 assist in 2 games.

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
31GP, 0G, 3A, 26 PIM, -15.
Didnít play this week.


Prospect of the week

1- Maxime Talbot (6 assists in 3 QMJHL games)
2- Stephen Dixon (2 goals, 3 assists in 3 WHL games)
3- Jonathan Filewich (2 goals, 1 assist in 3 WHL games)
4- Brandon Crawford-West (2-0 in 2 NCAA games)
5- Andy Schneider (2 assists in 2 NCAA games)

Honorable mentions : Daniel Fernholm.


2004 top prospects

*Alexander Ovechkin (F, Dynamo Moscow, RSL)
40GP, 10G, 10A, 20P, 28 PIMs
4 PIMs in 2 games.

*Evgueny Malkin (F, Metallurg Magnitagorsk, RSL)
31GP, 3G, 9A, 12P, 10 PIMs
Pointless in 1 game.

*Rostislav Olesz (Vitkovice, Czech League)
27GP, 1G, 10A, 11P, +8, 10 PIMs
Out with a concussion. Still hasnít played according to his teamís web site. Conflicting report with the Prospect board thread.

*Rob Schremp (F, London, OHL)
45GP, 24G, 30A, 54P, +7, 14 PIMs
2 points (assists) in 1 game.

*Cam Barker (D, Medecine Hat, WHL)
49GP, 15G, 30A, 45P, +11, 79 PIMs
1 point in 2 games (assist).

Lari Tukonen (F, Espoo, SM-Liga)
17GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +5, 18 PIMs
Didnít play this week.

2004 Prospect of the week : Rob Schremp

Updated!
I added Lehto and added the average icetime for the NHL youngsters.

DJ Spinoza
02-01-2004, 03:58 PM
Armstrong's stats are a bit decieving, he's been one of the better players during this slump of WBS. Problem is, no one can find the net. Scuderi scored the only goal of the game last night from literally the side of the net in the corner.

I'll give Chiodo and honorable mention as well.

Evilo
02-01-2004, 05:13 PM
Yes but I can't put a guy in the HM when he's 0-2, even though he's been pretty good in these games...

craig1
02-01-2004, 05:34 PM
I have not had a chance to see Moulson play. Can anyone out there give me a summary of this kid. I remember him from the draft, and have seen his stats all year, but that is all I know. Does he play an NHL game? If so, what type? Etc.

DJ Spinoza
02-01-2004, 07:52 PM
Yes but I can't put a guy in the HM when he's 0-2, even though he's been pretty good in these games...

Oh yeah, for sure. I was just mentioning random things from WBS games, just more comments for anyone who doesn't get to listen or see to them. I agree with your nominations.

Evilo
02-01-2004, 09:05 PM
Oh yeah, for sure. I was just mentioning random things from WBS games, just more comments for anyone who doesn't get to listen or see to them. I agree with your nominations.
Thanks again for your reports... They're very informative...

DJ Spinoza
02-02-2004, 03:52 AM
Well, I'm kind of bored and procrastinating some reading I need to do for tommorow, so I took the liberty of figuring out some Bartschi stats myself.

Since the beginning of January, in ten games, Bartschi has recorded 1 Goal and 8 Assists. Now, the first game was on January 9th, and I don't remember when the WJC's ended. He didn't have any points in that game but had one two days later on the 11th.

Gianni Ehrensperger seems to be playing a little bit since WJC's, he popped up at least once on the scoresheet.

So he's continueing at roughly a PPG, nice work. :handclap:

ps: Kloten plays on Feb 1st, but I'm not exactly sure when that is in Switzerland compared to our time, nor when they will update the site.

pps: There seems to be a player on Kloten who's name translates as 'Lime Tree Man.' Maybe he's their verion of Big Mac! :joker:

jmelm
02-02-2004, 04:36 AM
I don't know why people are concerned about Nemec's size: 6'1" 196 lb isn't that small, and he could still add more muscle.

There are big 6'1s and small 6'1s. Rozsival is huge 6'1 and looks like 6'3 sometimes because he is very wide. Nemec, who is definitely not more than 6'0 is no bigger than Surovy or Koltsov.

Eithe way, I don't think it's his size that's the concern, I think it is his weak skating ability and what he does with the puck, outside of the offensive zone, at least.

jmelm
02-02-2004, 04:56 AM
Armstrong's stats are a bit decieving, he's been one of the better players during this slump of WBS. Problem is, no one can find the net.

I agree, Armstrong's game is not one that can be measured by stats, although I believe that Armstrong has the potential to put up substantial numbers. I also believe that some players, Armstrong and Whitney, for example, will put up better numbers at the NHL level where players can think the game better to take advantage of smart plays they'll make.

Armstrong has impressive vision, creativity and playmaking ability, though his numbers may not suggest so. I think he could be one hell of a support player; I think he would not look out of place on the first line, provided he was playing with legitimate first liners. He could add that other element, the power-forward, physical, go-to-the net style, and good along the boards, but he would not be an offensivel liability at all and could make some great plays and passes to set up goals.

He is not a natural goal-scorer, but does have a good shot, and could make a pretty nice 2nd unit PP, and he'll get his fare share of "garbage goals".

Or perhaps he'll just be a darned good 3rd liner. Either way, he'll play, and his versatility, leadership and intangebles will add a lot to this hockey club down the road.

Guys like Armstrong, Stone, Talbot, Kostopolous will be great, gritty leaders for us in the future, and guys like Filewich, Carcillo and Endicott may also add to that.

Now we just need a supertar to lead the pack. Lottery or not, I just don't see how the Pens couldn't get Ovechkin this year. Considering we have not been this bad since before Lemieux, and now he is ready to pass the torch on the young guys. It is our destiny, it is our time. Ovechkin will be ours!

:yo: :yo: :yo: :yo: :yo:

DJ Spinoza
02-02-2004, 08:38 PM
Bartschi had an assist on a Lime Tree Man goal last night. :yo:

PPG! :bow:

Jacob
02-02-2004, 09:03 PM
Bartschi isn't scoring much, but he's really racking up the assists.

Kudos to Lime Tree Man.


Ryan Stone blurb:
http://www.wheatkings.com/newsitem.aspx?news_id=1001

clefty
02-02-2004, 09:27 PM
Bartschi isn't scoring much, but he's really racking up the assists.

Kudos to Lime Tree Man.


Ryan Stone blurb:
http://www.wheatkings.com/newsitem.aspx?news_id=1001
Ryan edged out a number of players for Januaryís award including newcomers Erik Christensen and netminder Josh Harding. While Christensen led the club with ten goals last month

Theres the Erik Christenson we've come to know and love.

GoPenguins
02-02-2004, 10:53 PM
Bartschi isn't scoring much, but he's really racking up the assists.

Kudos to Lime Tree Man.



Ahh, the Lime Tree Man. Is he draft eligible? He's already got a nickname, which is more than most of the Pens in the NHL this year :)

With their 8th round pick, the Pittsburgh Penguins are proud to select "Lime Tree Man"

Hmm..Ovechkin, Big Snake, Lime Tree Man...

DJ Spinoza
02-02-2004, 11:19 PM
I'm pretty sure he's just a Swiss League Vet.

Still, I'd want that on my jersey. (Although that's not what his name actually would translate too. Google is just translating it that way for some reason)

Jacob
02-03-2004, 04:28 AM
Yeah, I can't figure out what his name really is. I just know his name is always peppered on the score sheets.

DJ Spinoza
02-03-2004, 01:54 PM
Lindemann

GoPenguins
02-03-2004, 05:26 PM
Lindemann

I think he should change it to Lime Tree Man personally. Much better :)

DJ Spinoza
02-03-2004, 05:36 PM
http://www.kloten-flyers-fan.ch/pics/Players/lindemann55.jpg

Can anyone shrink this to avatar size for me?

Jacob
02-04-2004, 12:36 AM
Talbot has 5 short-handed goals on the season, which leads the Q.

Cariboux
02-06-2004, 09:22 PM
M-A Fleury was in the net tonight for Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in a 5-1 win

He blocked 21 of the 22 shots of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar and had 1 assist on the 1st Cape Breton goals. Baie-Comeau has not scored in their 6 PP.

JDB3939
02-06-2004, 11:46 PM
M-A Fleury was in the net tonight for Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in a 5-1 win

He blocked 21 of the 22 shots of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar and had 1 assist on the 1st Cape Breton goals. Baie-Comeau has not scored in their 6 PP.

To you, does his stickhandling look improved?

Jacob
02-07-2004, 12:26 AM
M-A Fleury was in the net tonight for Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in a 5-1 win

He blocked 21 of the 22 shots of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar and had 1 assist on the 1st Cape Breton goals. Baie-Comeau has not scored in their 6 PP.
Did he look sharp? I don't think Baie-Comeau is that strong of a team, but I'm not sure.

Jacob
02-07-2004, 01:13 AM
Jack Parker says Bobby Goepfert played like Ken Dryden;
http://hockeyeastonline.com/boxes/0304/020604/bu-pc.html

#66
02-07-2004, 07:25 AM
Jack Parker says Bobby Goepfert played like Ken Dryden;
http://hockeyeastonline.com/boxes/0304/020604/bu-pc.html I watched him play a few times and he was just sick. I'm very happy with the way he's comming along and I wish that he would get more press as one of the Pens top prospects. If I was to make a comparison I would say that he's like a more athletic version of Kirk McLean. Very composed with a great glove hand.

Cariboux
02-07-2004, 01:49 PM
I don't see the game so I can't tell you. One Pittsburgh poster ask if someone could say a brief reports about Fleury's start so if you're interested, I'll report his stats after each of his games.

I have my ticket for the Cape Breton/Rimouski game for the march 12, so if Fleury is in the net I'm going to be able to tell you more about him

Evilo
02-07-2004, 02:35 PM
That would be cool, thanks!

Evilo
02-08-2004, 06:32 AM
Updated Sunday 02-08-2004

NHL

Konstantin Koltsov (F, 18th in 1999)
55GP, 6G, 14A, 20P, -24, 22 PIMs
Average icetime : 16:06
AI this week : slightly up.

Tom Kostopoulos (F, 204th in 1999)
33GP, 7G, 5A, 12P, -14, 36 PIMs
Average icetime : 14:03
AI this week : slightly up

Milan Kraft (F, 23rd in 1998)
39GP, 10G, 8A, 18P, -11, 8 PIMs
Average icetime : 14:55
AI this week : up

Ryan Malone (F, 115th in 1999)
54 GP, 13G, 13A, 26P, -22, 45 PIMs
Average icetime : 18:50
AITW : down

Eric Meloche (F, 186th in 1996)
20GP, 3G, 4A, 7P, -5, 8 PIMs
Average icetime : 15:17
AITW : up.

Brooks Orpik (D, 18th in 2000)
52GP, 1G, 5A, 6P, -29, 89 PIMs
Average icetime : 18:00
AITW : Up.

Tomas Surovy (F, 120th in 2001)
35GP, 8G, 9A, 17P, -7
Average icetime : 12:41
AITW : Way up.


AHL

Colby Armstrong (F, 21st in 2001)
35GP, 6G, 9A, 15P, +6, 18 PIMs.
1 goal in 2 games.

Kris Beech (F, 7th in 1999)
43GP, 15G, 18A, 33P, +12, 70 PIMs
1 point (goal) in 2 games. Team scoring leader.

Andy Chiodo (G, 199th in 2003) :
27GP, 11-11-1, 2 SO, 2.42 GAA, .908 SV%.
0-2 this week again. 0-4 in his last 4 starts. His numbers have suffered a lot from the team slump.

Shane Endicott (F, 52nd in 2000)
48GP, 9G, 13A, 22P, +2, 31 PIMs
Pointless in 2 games this week.

Drew Fata (D, 86th in 2001)
10 GP, 1G, 0A, 1P, -1, 4 PIMs.
Back to WB. Pointless in 2 games.

David Koci (D, 146th in 2000)
47GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, +1, 174 PIM
Pointless in 2 games.

Guillaume Lefebvre (F, 227th in 2000)
38 GP, 1G, 8A, 9P, -6, 39 PIM
Injured.

Ross Lupaschuk (D, 34th in 1999)
41GP, 2G, 16A, 18P, +11, 76 PIMs
Pointless in 2 games.

Matt Murley (F, 51st in 1999)
39GP, 7G, 19A, 26P, +8, 34 PIMs
Pointless in 2 games, -5.

Michel Ouellet (F, 124th in 2000)
47GP, 21G, 9A, 30P, E, 22 PIMs
1 assist in 2 games, -5.

Toby Petersen (F, 244th in 1998)
31GP, 6G, 10A, 16P, +7, 2 PIMs
1 assist in 2 games.

Alexandre Rouleau (D, 96th in 2001)
11GP, 0G, 1A, 1P, +1
Sent down to Wheeling where he has 1 point in 14 games.

Rob Scuderi (D, 134th in 1998)
48GP, 1G, 12A, 13P, -2, 33 PIMs
Pointless in 2 games, -3.

Michal Sivek (F, 29th in 1999)
22GP, 4G, 7A, 11P, E.
Injured.


NCAA

Brandon Crawford-West (G, Miami Ohio, 250th in 2001)
22GP, 16-3-2, 2.32 GAA, .909 SV%, 1SH.
2-0 this week again. 4-0 in his last 4 starts including a shutout.

Ben Eaves (F, Boston College, 131st in 2001)
19GP, 6G, 20A, 26P.
Still out for a few weeks.

Bobby Goepfert (G, Providence, 171st in 2002)
18GP, 11-4-2, 2.67 GAA, .918SV%, 2SH.
1-0 this week (shutout).

Joe Jensen (F, St Cloud State, 232nd in 2003)
28GP, 10G, 12A, 22P.
4 points (1+3) in 2 games.

Ryan Lannon (D, Harvard, 239th in 2002)
21GP, 0G, 6A, 6P.
Pointless in 2 games. Praised by CP this week.

Matt Moulson (F, Cornell, 263rd in 2003)
23GP, 13G, 13A, 26P.
1 goal in 4 games. Isnít scoring at the same pace these days... Still easily the team leader in goals and points.

Andy Schneider (D, North Dakota, 156th in 2001)
25GP, 2G, 5A, 7P.
Pointless in 2 games.

Andrew Sertich (F, Minnesota, 136th in 2002)
30GP, 7G, 11A, 18P.
1 goal in 2 games.

Noah Welch (D, Harvard, 54th in 2001)
21GP, 4G, 6A, 10P
3 points (1+2) in 2 games.

Ryan Whitney (D, Boston University, 5th in 2002)
25GP, 6G, 12A, 18P.
2 points (1+1) in 2 games. Team scoring leader.


WHL

Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
47GP, 22G, 25A, 47P, +22, 48 PIM.
5 points (2+3) in 2 games.

Jonathan Filewich (F, Prince George, 70th in 2003)
58GP, 28G, 23A, 51P, -15, 44 PIMs.
1 point (goal) in 4 games. Team leader in points and goals.

Cam Paddock (F, Kelowna, 137th in 2002)
48GP, 15G, 15A, 30P, +12, 59 PIMs.
Pointless in 3 games this week.

Ryan Stone (F, Brandon, 32nd in 2003)
38GP, 13G, 29A, 42P, +13, 96 PIMs.
2 points in 2 games (assists).


OHL

Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
52GP, 3G, 12A, 15P, -16, 74 PIMs.
Pointless in 2 games, +4. Is not the worst on the team in +/- for the first time of the season.

Lukas Bolf (D, Barrie, 169th in 2003)
45GP, 1G, 13A, 14P, +12, 38 PIMs.
Pointless in 2 games, +3.

Daniel Carcillo (F, Sarnia, 73rd in 2003) :
50GP, 25G, 26A, 51P, +2, 122 PIM.
5 points in 3 games (1+4), -3.


QMJHL

Stephen Dixon (F, Cape Breton, 229th in 2003)
40GP, 15G, 39A, 54P, +29, 22 PIMs.
5 points (2+3) in 2 games.

Marc-Andre Fleury (G, Cape Breton, 1st in 2003)
1GP, 1-0-0, 1.00 GAA, 0.955 SV%.

Maxime Talbot (F, QMJHL, Gatineau, 234th in 2002)
35GP, 13G, 47A, 60P, +24, 33 PIMs.
4 points (1+3) in 2 games.


Europe

* denotes update

*Sergei Anshakov (F, Russia, CSKA Moscow, 50th in 2002)
25GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 12PIMs.
No game this week.

*Patrick Bartschi (F, Switzerland, Kloten, 202nd in 2002)
22GP, 10G, 12A, 22P, +15, 4 PIMs
No update on teamís site.

*Tomas Duba (G, HC JME Znojemsti Orli, 217th in 2001)
40GP, 21-19, 2.37 GAA, .929 SV%, 3 SO
1-1 this week.
For anyone capable of reading czech or finding a decent translator (I couldn't find one) here's an article on Duba : http://esports.cz/hcorli.cz/clanek.asp?ID=1053

*Daniel Fernholm (D, Sweden, Djugarden, 101st in 2002)
30GP, 3G, 6A, 9P, 24 PIMs
No game this week.

*Evgueny Isakov (F, Russia, Cherepovets Severstal, 161st in 2003)
31GP, 3G, 2A, 5P, 14 PIMs.
Pointless in 1 game.

*Mika Lehto (G, Finland, Tappara, 224th in 1998)
35GP, 14-8-13, 2.47 GAA, 92.29 SV%, 3SO
Didnít play this week.

*Vladimir Malenkykh (D, Russia, Lada Togliatti, 157th in 1999)
35GP, 1G, 4A, 5P, 34 PIMs
Didnít play this week.

*Ondrej Nemec (D, Czech Rep., Vsetin, 35th in 2002)
31GP, 0G, 3A, 26 PIM, -15.
Didnít play this week.


Prospect of the week

1- Stephen Dixon (2 goals, 3 assists in 2 QMJHL games)
2- Eric Christensen (2 goals, 3 assists in 2 WHL games)
3- Noah Welch (1 goal, 2 assists in 2 NCAA games)
4- Brandon Crawford-West (2-0 including one shutout in 2 NCAA games)
5- Bobby Goepfert (1 shutout win in 1 NCAA game)

Honorable mentions : Joe Jensen, Dan Carcillo, Ryan Whitney, Marc-Andre Fleury and Maxime Talbot.


2004 top prospects

*Alexander Ovechkin (F, Dynamo Moscow, RSL)
41GP, 11G, 10A, 21P, 30 PIMs
1 goal and 2 PIMs in 1 game.

*Evgueny Malkin (F, Metallurg Magnitagorsk, RSL)
32GP, 3G, 9A, 12P, 10 PIMs
Pointless in 1 game.

*Rostislav Olesz (Vitkovice, Czech League)
30GP, 1G, 11A, 12P, +8, 10 PIMs
1 assist in 3 games.

*Rob Schremp (F, London, OHL)
47GP, 25G, 33A, 58P, +7, 14 PIMs
4 points (1+3) in 2 games.

*Cam Barker (D, Medecine Hat, WHL)
53GP, 16G, 33A, 49P, +14, 91 PIMs
4 points in 4 games (1+3).

Lari Tukonen (F, Espoo, SM-Liga)
17GP, 6G, 6A, 12P, +5, 18 PIMs
Didnít play this week. I donít know if heís injured but he hasnít played in weeks according to the official SM-liga site (stats are updated every day).

2004 Prospect of the week : Alex Ovechkin or Rob Schremp
Updated.
I thought it would be interesting to see how players' icetime evolve in Pittsburgh.
So I added that feature.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
02-08-2004, 08:01 AM
Nice job with the ice time Evilo! Thanks a lot. :handclap:

Cariboux
02-08-2004, 12:08 PM
Hey guys, do you think that Michel Ouellet will have a shot with the club until the end of the year ? He played here for a couple of years and I think he's doing very well in the AHL as he's one of the best rookie goalscorer. What are your toughts ?

Evilo
02-08-2004, 01:19 PM
Hey guys, do you think that Michel Ouellet will have a shot with the club until the end of the year ? He played here for a couple of years and I think he's doing very well in the AHL as he's one of the best rookie goalscorer. What are your toughts ?
He's leading the AHL rookies in goals scored and is third in the entire AHL.
He's bound to have a crack some day this year.
At least we all hope so...

DJ Spinoza
02-08-2004, 11:51 PM
Joe Exter got his first pro win in his first pro game for Wheeling Saturday night.

craig1
02-09-2004, 12:02 AM
He's leading the AHL rookies in goals scored and is third in the entire AHL.
He's bound to have a crack some day this year.
At least we all hope so...

I hope he isn't called up to take McKenna's (shoulder surgery) spot. At least not with McKenna's icetime. If they call him up, I hope he gets to log at leat 10 minutes a game minimum. If not, give the spot to Webb. He can at least do a decent job as enforcer.

DJ Spinoza
02-09-2004, 12:03 AM
I don't think Therrien is too happy with Ouellet and Beech in particular.

I think we'll see Webb and Armstrong.

stardog
02-09-2004, 02:34 AM
I hope he isn't called up to take McKenna's (shoulder surgery) spot. At least not with McKenna's icetime. If they call him up, I hope he gets to log at leat 10 minutes a game minimum. If not, give the spot to Webb. He can at least do a decent job as enforcer.

I don't think Webb is the enforcer type. I'd like him to get the call up for his heart and checking, but he is an average fighter.
I'd still like to see what Koci could do as an enforcer.

spence___
02-09-2004, 03:00 PM
I don't think Webb is the enforcer type. I'd like him to get the call up for his heart and checking, but he is an average fighter.
I'd still like to see what Koci could do as an enforcer.

That maybe so, but then again how many fights did McKenna win/get into this season?

Between Webb, Kostopoulos and Buchberger I think we'll be fine.

clefty
02-09-2004, 03:42 PM
Most guys would easily take care of Webb in a fight, but Webb is definitely not a noted fighter, nor should he be relied upon to be a fighter. Hell, I remember Mike Wilson pummeling the guy when Wilson was a Pen a couple of years ago.

I'd only be for a David Koci call up if we carry 7 defensman into a game and Koci is only used very sparingly. Outside of fighting, there isn't much else he can do.

#66
02-09-2004, 04:21 PM
Even though this team is noted for its work ethic, I think that they should "buzz" a little more and play a more up tempo game. This team does that in spurts but never for very long. A guy like Webb could provide a shot in the arm and other people could follow his lead. Plus I think that the city would fall in love with a guy like him.

Don'tcry4mejanhrdina
02-09-2004, 09:51 PM
Does anybody know if Duba will be signed? I thought I heard that was was going to play for WBS (before Chiodo was drafted). I'd also like to see Malenkykh brought over.

Oilers Chick
02-13-2004, 11:37 PM
I saw the Miami-Ohio/Michigan game earlier tonight. This was the first time this season that I saw Miami-Ohio, so some observations, updates, etc. on Pens prospect Miami-Ohio freshman Goaltender Brandon Crawford-West:

He wasn't great but he wasn't too terrible either, even if he did get sacked with the loss.

He's got good reflexes, no real problems with handling the puck, pretty good glove. A butterfly-style goalie, whose good down low and on angle shots. His most glaring weakness IMO is his lateral movement and his somtimes mental error in positioning. He's a little late to reacting to odd man rushes. This was evident on Michigan's first two goals tonight. He also got himself WAY out of position on a play that almost resulted in a goal for Michigan centre Milan Gajic.

If you want to read further on Crawford-West's performance in addition to what happened in the game, please check out my Game Notes (2/13): Miami-Ohio vs. Michigan (http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?p=860194) thread over on the NCAA boards.

Evilo
02-14-2004, 04:48 AM
Thanks a lot!

Superstar Shane
02-14-2004, 01:06 PM
Eric Christensen (F, Brandon, 69th in 2002)
47GP, 22G, 25A, 47P, +22, 48 PIM.
5 points (2+3) in 2 games.
That's good to see.
Paul Bissonnette (D, Saginaw, 121st in 2003)
52GP, 3G, 12A, 15P, -16, 74 PIMs.
Pointless in 2 games, +4. Is not the worst on the team in +/- for the first time of the season.
And so is that.

So can anyone tell me how Christensen's been playing since he got traded? He was starting to disappoint early in the season, but his stats seem to indicate that he's gotten back on track.

Evilo
02-14-2004, 01:37 PM
That's good to see.

And so is that.

So can anyone tell me how Christensen's been playing since he got traded? He was starting to disappoint early in the season, but his stats seem to indicate that he's gotten back on track.

Statistically, he's been very productive since his trade. At least much more than with his previous team. That said, he's still not at last year's level.
On his way though...