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Oilers Chick 10-14-2012 02:24 PM

Weekly NCAA Prospects Stats
 
Back by popular demand!

The weekly stats for all prospects (listed by NHL team) that accumulated points (or in the case of goalies - wins, losses or ties) for the previous week will be posted in this thread. When it is posted, please be sure to read through ALL of the notes that appear at the bottom of each post. They will give you further available info on the prospects.

In November, after all teams have begun their regular seasons, I'll also include national stats. These are the prospects who lead or co-lead the nation in various categories.

Can one of the Super Mods, please sticky this thread so that I don't have to keep reposting it? Thanks.

Oilers Chick 10-14-2012 02:34 PM

Weeks #1 & #2: For weeks ending Oct. 14
 
This is a combined stats listing of all current NCAA prospects (by NHL team) that appeared this week in all non-exhibition games. If your NHL team and/or your team’s prospect(s) are not listed, it is because they/he didn’t accumulate any points during the period indicated above.

[Note: Game-tying goals are noted ONLY when games end in a tie.]


Anaheim Ducks
LW Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Jaycob Megna (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
C Ben Sexton (Clarkson) – 1 Goal
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists

Calgary Flames
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence) – 2 Goals
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 14 saves on 14 shots in win over Sacred Heart on Oct. 12; 30 saves on 33 shots in loss to Boston University on Oct. 13.

Carolina Hurricanes
LW Phil Di Giuseppe (Michigan) – 1 Goal
D Mark Alt (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
C/LW Brendan Woods (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 26 saves on 28 shots in win over Minnesota-Duluth on Oct. 13.

Chicago Blackhawks
D Justin Holl (Minnesota) – 2 Assists
D Stephen Johns (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
D Michael Paliotta (Vermont) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 2 Assists
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 2 Assists
D Drew Olson (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Dallas Stars
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 1 Assist
C/LW Devin Shore (Maine) – 1 Assist

Detroit Red Wings
D Ben Marshall (Minnesota) – 2 Goals
D Nick Jensen (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Edmonton Oilers
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 1 Assist
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [GWG]; 1 Assist
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Los Angeles Kings
D Kevin Gravel (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 3 Assists

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 2 Goals; 1 Assist
D Nick Seeler (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 2 Assists

Nashville Predators
D Garrett Noonan (Boston University) – 1 Goal
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 4 Assists

New Jersey Devils
C Blake Coleman (Miami) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

G Cody Rosen (Clarkson) – 25 saves on 30 shots in loss to Colorado College on Oct. 12.

New York Rangers
D Brady Skjei (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C/RW Boo Nieves (Michigan) – 2 Assists

Ottawa Senators
D Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist

G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 23 saves on 26 shots in loss to Notre Dame on Oct. 13.

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Hunter Fejes (Colorado College) – 1 Assist

Pittsburgh Penguins
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal
D Alex Velischek (Providence) – 2 Assists
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

St. Louis Blues
D Colton Parayko (Alaska) – 1 Goal
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 1 Assist

San Jose Sharks
D Lee Moffie (Michigan) – 1 Goal
RW Chris Crane (Ohio State) – 1 Assist
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
D Luke Witkowski (Western Michigan) – 2 Assists
RW Jimmy Mullin (Miami) – 1 Assist
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 1 Assist

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 10 saves on 11 shots in win over Michigan State on Oct. 13.

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist
D Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) –1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 2 Assists
D Ben Hutton (Maine) – 1 Assist
C/LW Joe LaBate (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
D Garrett Haar (Western Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG]
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Travis Boyd (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Greg Burke (New Hampshire) – 1 Goal
C/LW Thomas Di Pauli (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 3 Assists
RW Austin Wuthrich (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal [GWG]
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 2 Assists
D Peter Stoykewych (Colorado College) – 1 Assist




Teams whose 2012-13 seasons have not started yet (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Bemidji State, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Denver, Harvard, North Dakota, Princeton, and Yale



News & Notes

Miami RW Riley Barber (WSH) posted his first collegiate goal (power play) versus Colgate on Oct. 13.

Merrimack D Kyle Bigos (EDM) suffered a lower body injury versus Union College on Oct. 6 and is listed as day to day.

Minnesota State-Mankato C Teddy Blueger (PIT) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Alabama-Huntsville on Oct. 13.

Minnesota-Duluth C Tony Cameranesi (TOR) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Ohio State on Oct. 12.

Notre Dame LW Jeff Costello (OTT) is out with an undisclosed injury. His current status is unknown.

Notre Dame C/LW Thomas Di Pauli (WSH) posted his first collegiate goal (game-winning goal) versus Nebraska-Omaha on Oct. 13.

Colorado College LW Hunter Fejes (PHO) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Clarkson on Oct. 13.

Providence G Jon Gillies (CGY) posted his first collegiate win versus Sacred Heart on Oct. 12.

Boston University D Matt Grzelcyk (BOS) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Providence on Oct. 13.

Maine D Ben Hutton (VAN) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Army on Oct. 13.

Minnesota sophomore RW Christian Isackson (BUF) posted his first collegiate goal versus Michigan State on Oct. 12. He posted his first two collegiate assists versus Michigan State on Oct. 13.

Providence C/LW Mark Jankowski (CGY) posted his first two collegiate goals versus Sacred Heart on Oct. 12.

Wisconsin LW Nic Kerdiles (ANA) has been ruled ineligible by the NCAA for apparently an amateurism rules violation. Wisconsin is appealing the ruling and a hearing is scheduled for Oct. 18.

Michigan Tech C/LW Jujhar Khaira (EDM) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Lake Superior State on Oct. 13.

Notre Dame LW Mario Lucia (MIN) is out until at least November due to a broken leg.

Michigan D Jon Merrill (NJ) is out six weeks due to a broken vertebra in his back.

Michigan C/RW Boo Nieves (NYR) posted his first two collegiate assists versus RIT on Oct. 12.

Ohio State G Collin Olson (CAR) posted his first collegiate win versus Minnesota-Duluth on Oct. 13.

Alaska D Colton Parayko (STL) posted his first collegiate goal versus Air Force on Oct. 12.

Minnesota D Mike Reilly (CBJ) posted his first two collegiate assists versus Michigan State on Oct. 12.

Northeastern LW Kevin Roy (ANA) posted his first two collegiate points (game-winning goal and an assist) versus Merrimack on Oct. 10.

Nebraska-Omaha D Nick Seeler (MIN) posted his first two collegiate points (game-winning goal and an assist) versus Army on Oct. 12.

Maine C/LW Devin Shore (DAL) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Army on Oct. 13.

Minnesota D Brady Skjei (NYR) posted his first two collegiate points (power play goal and an assist) versus Michigan State on Oct. 13.

Nebraska-Omaha G Anthony Stolarz (PHI) made 23 saves his first collegiate start (a loss) versus Notre Dame on Oct. 13.

Michigan D Jacob Trouba (WPG) posted his first two collegiate points (power play goal and an assist) versus RIT on Oct. 11.

Minnesota-Duluth D Andy Welinski (ANA) posted his first collegiate goal (power play) versus Ohio State on Oct. 12.

Minnesota G Adam Wilcox (TB) posted his first collegiate win versus Michigan State on Oct. 13.

Oilers Chick 10-14-2012 02:46 PM

FYI, I combined the first and second weeks stats because the first week didn't have many prospects who accumulated points. So they were combined with this past week. From here on out, it'll be week to week.

VikingAv 10-14-2012 03:36 PM

Ah, there she is. I love it! Hell, I love YOU!

FytinSioux 10-14-2012 03:43 PM

Nice. Thanks.

dnicks17 10-14-2012 05:40 PM

Thanks for this again!

Howboutthempanthers 10-14-2012 06:35 PM

Excellent work. Thank you.

BalticWarrior 10-14-2012 10:37 PM

Thanks!

Flamester 10-15-2012 12:42 AM

lol where are the jankowski hater now. guys a beast

SmellOfVictory 10-15-2012 01:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flamester (Post 55003295)
lol where are the jankowski hater now. guys a beast

I'm rooting for him as much as anyone, but let's not jump the gun after two games. :p

DuckJet 10-15-2012 01:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flamester (Post 55003295)
lol where are the jankowski hater now. guys a beast

Pump the brakes dude. He's being outscored by our 2012 fourth round pick. Of course that means nothing cause it's only been two games.

Haatley 10-15-2012 11:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DuckJet (Post 55003669)
Pump the brakes dude. He's being outscored by our 2012 fourth round pick. Of course that means nothing cause it's only been two games.

Dude is a yr and a half older than jank.

tsujimoto74 10-15-2012 11:24 AM

So for anyone who watches Minnesota, has Christian Isackson been legitimately good? Or is he coasting off his linemates?

wKetch22 10-15-2012 12:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DuckJet (Post 55003669)
Pump the brakes dude. He's being outscored by our 2012 fourth round pick. Of course that means nothing cause it's only been two games.

Kevin Roy is a beast by the way

He seems to have a knack for scoring important goals as both of his so far were game winners

And he has also played way harder teams

Victorious Secret 10-15-2012 02:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tsujimoto74 (Post 55007971)
So for anyone who watches Minnesota, has Christian Isackson been legitimately good? Or is he coasting off his linemates?

Contact GopherState. He'll give you all you need to know.

wKetch22 10-21-2012 12:29 AM

UNH still looking good

Speelman with another point

DeSmith, the pride of Rochester NH, only lets up one against BU

Oilers Chick 10-21-2012 11:18 AM

Week #3: For week ending 10/21/12
 
This is a combined stats listing of all current NCAA prospects (by NHL team) that appeared this week in all non-exhibition games. If your NHL team and/or your team’s prospect(s) are not listed, it is because they/he didn’t accumulate any points. Please be sure to read the News & Notes section at the bottom of this listing.

[Note: Game-tying goals are noted ONLY when games end in a tie].


Anaheim Ducks
C/LW Radoslav Illo (Bemidji State) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]; 2 Assists
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence) – 1 Assist
LW Nick Larson (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 27 saves on 28 shots in tie with Miami on Oct. 19; 26 saves on 30 shots in loss to Miami on Oct. 20.

Carolina Hurricanes
LW Phil Di Giuseppe (Michigan) – 2 Assists

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 25 saves on 27 shots in loss to Quinnipiac on Oct. 20.

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
C/LW Dan Delisle (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Sam Jardine (Ohio State) – 1 Assist
D Stephen Johns (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
D Paul Phillips (Denver) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 3 Assists
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 2 Assists
D Thomas Larkin (Colgate) – 1 Assist
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Dallas Stars
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 2 Assists
C/LW Devin Shore (Maine) – 1 Assist

Detroit Red Wings
D Nick Jensen (St. Cloud State) – 2 Assists
D Ben Marshall (Minnesota) – 2 Assists

Edmonton Oilers
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/RW Zach Hyman (Michigan) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 37 saves on 38 shots in win over UMass-Lowell on Oct. 19.

Los Angeles Kings
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 3 Goals (HAT TRICK) [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 2 Assists
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
D Kevin Gravel (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 1 Goal
D John Draeger (Michigan State) – 2 Assists
D Nick Seeler (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 2 Assists

Nashville Predators
C/LW Nick Oliver (St. Cloud State) – 2 Assists
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist

New Jersey Devils
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]
C Blake Coleman (Miami) – 1 Goal

New York Islanders
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Assist

New York Rangers
C/RW Boo Nieves (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Ottawa Senators
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [SHG]
D Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Assists
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 21 saves on 23 shots in loss to Northern Michigan on Oct. 20.

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Zac Larraza (Denver) – 1 Goal [EN]; 2 Assists
LW Hunter Fejes (Colorado College) – 1 Assist

Pittsburgh Penguins
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 2 Assists

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 10 saves on 14 shots in loss to New Hampshire on Oct. 20.

St. Louis Blues
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
D Jordan Schmaltz (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Colton Parayko (Alaska) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 2 Goals [1 = SHG-GWG]
D Luke Witkowski (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 11 saves on 12 shots in no decision versus Michigan Tech on Oct. 19; 16 saves on 18 shots in win over Michigan Tech on Oct. 20.

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Andrew MacWilliam (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 2 Goals [1 = GTG]; 2 Assists
C Travis Boyd (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
D Patrick Wey (Boston College) – 2 Assists
D Garrett Haar (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
D Aaron Harstad (Colorado College) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 23 saves on 28 shots in loss to Denver on Oct. 19.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Union College, Vermont and Wisconsin

Teams in exhibition play only this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton

Teams whose 2012-13 seasons have not started yet (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Brown and Yale



News & Notes

Miami RW Riley Barber (WSH) posted his first two collegiate assists versus Providence on Oct. 20.

Minnesota State-Mankato C Teddy Blueger (PIT) posted his first collegiate goal (on the power play) versus RPI on Oct. 19.

Minnesota-Duluth C Tony Cameranesi (TOR) posted his first collegiate goal (on the power play) versus Notre Dame on Oct. 19.

Western Michigan C/LW Michael Cichy (MON) posted his first goal (on the power play) in nearly two years and first as a member of the Broncos on Oct. 19 versus Canisius. His last goal (with North Dakota) came back on Oct. 26, 2010 versus Notre Dame.

Michigan State C Matt DeBlouw (CGY) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Niagara on Oct. 19. He posted his first collegiate goal the following night (also versus Niagara).

Michigan State D John Draeger (MIN) posted his first two collegiate assists versus Niagara on Oct. 20.

Penn State C Max Gardiner (STL) posted his first D-I goal (on the power play, which was also the game-winner) in nearly two years on Oct. 20 versus RIT. His last goal (with Minnesota) came back on Nov. 19, 2010 versus Michigan Tech.

North Dakota C Rocco Grimaldi (FLA) posted his first goal in nearly a year versus Alaska-Anchorage on Oct. 19. His last goal came back on Nov. 5, 2011 versus Minnesota.

Colorado College sophomore D Aaron Harstad (WPG) posted his first collegiate goal versus UMass-Lowell on Oct. 20.

UMass-Lowell G Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) made his first collegiate appearance in the loss versus Denver on Oct. 19.

Michigan C/RW Zach Hyman (FLA) posted his first goal in nearly a year versus Bentley on Oct. 19. His last goal came back on Nov. 12, 2011 versus Miami.

Providence C/LW Mark Jankowski (CGY) posted his first collegiate assist versus Miami on Oct. 19.

Ohio State D Sam Jardine (CHI) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Quinnipiac on Oct. 20.

Wisconsin LW Nic Kerdiles (ANA) had his suspension reduced to ten games by the NCAA for apparently an amateurism rules violation. He will be eligible to make his collegiate debut on Nov. 30 at Denver.

North Dakota C Corban Knight (FLA) missed the Oct. 19 versus Alaska-Anchorage due to a one-game suspension he received stemming from an offseason team party.

North Dakota RW Danny Kristo (MON) missed the Oct. 19 versus Alaska-Anchorage and the Oct. 20 versus Alaska (Fairbanks) due to a two-game suspension he received stemming from an offseason team party.

Notre Dame D Kevin Lind (ANA) missed the Oct. 19 versus Notre Dame due to receiving a game disqualification for a hit to the head the previous night (also versus Notre Dame).

North Dakota D Andrew MacWilliam (TOR) missed the Oct. 19 versus Alaska-Anchorage due to a one-game suspension he received stemming from an offseason team party.

Boston University G Sean Maguire (PIT) made 10 saves in his first collegiate start (a loss) versus New Hampshire on Oct. 20.

Miami LW Curtis McKenzie (DAL) made his regular season debut on Oct. 19 versus Providence after missing last weekend’s series versus Colgate due to an undisclosed injury.

North Dakota C Brendan O’Donnell (TB) missed the Oct. 19 versus Alaska-Anchorage due to a one-game suspension he received stemming from an offseason team party.

Alaska D Colton Parayko (STL) posted his first collegiate assist versus North Dakota on Oct. 20.

North Dakota C/RW Michael Parks (PHI) is currently out of the lineup due to a leg injury. He is expected to be out for two weeks.

North Dakota D Jordan Schmaltz (STL) posted his first two collegiate points (a goal and an assist) versus Alaska-Anchorage on Oct. 19.

Denver junior C Nick Shore (LA) posted his first career hat trick versus Air Force on Oct. 20.

Exit Dose 10-21-2012 11:22 AM

I always forget about Illo. I still have no idea what sort of player he is.

Thanks for doing this.

Oilers Chick 10-29-2012 11:16 PM

Week 4: For week ending Oct. 29, 2012
 
This is a combined stats listing of all current NCAA prospects (by NHL team) that appeared this week in all non-exhibition games. If your NHL team and/or your team’s prospect(s) are not listed, it is because they/he didn’t accumulate any points. Please be sure to read the News & Notes section at the bottom of this listing.

[Note: Game-tying goals are noted ONLY when games end in a tie].


Anaheim Ducks
C/LW Radoslav Illo (Bemidji State) – 1 Goal
D Kevin Lind (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
D Nick Pryor (Maine) – 1 Assist
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
RW Alex Fallstrom (Harvard) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Ben Sexton (Clarkson) – 3 Assists
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 2 Assists

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 17 saves on 18 shots in win over Alaska-Anchorage on Oct. 26.

Buffalo Sabres
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) – 2 Assists

Calgary Flames
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal
LW Nick Larson (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 27 saves on 29 shots in win over Maine on Oct. 26; 26 saves on 26 shots in shutout win over Maine on Oct. 27.

Carolina Hurricanes
D Danny Biega (Harvard) – 2 Assists
LW Phil Di Giuseppe (Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 36 saves on 39 shots in tie with Bowling Green on Oct. 27.

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 2 Goals [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
D Paul Phillips (Denver) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
D Thomas Larkin (Colgate) – 1 Assist
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 24 saves on 27 shots in loss to Providence on Oct. 26.

Dallas Stars
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 2 Goals; 1 Assist
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 1 Assist

Detroit Red Wings
D Nick Jensen (St. Cloud State) – 3 Assists

Edmonton Oilers
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist
RW John McCarron (Cornell) – 1 Assist
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 2 Goals
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 2 Goals
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 2 Assists
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
D R.J. Boyd (Michigan State) – 1 Assist
C/LW Connor Brickley (Vermont) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 27 saves on 28 shots in win over Michigan Tech on Oct. 26.

Los Angeles Kings
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = GTG]
LW Joel Lowry (Cornell) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GTG]
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Goal; 3 Assists

Minnesota Wild
LW/RW Anthony Hamburg (RIT) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D John Draeger (Michigan State) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Nick Seeler (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 4 Assists
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
LW Jimmy Vesey (Harvard) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
D Garrett Noonan (Boston University) – 2 Assists

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [EN]; 1 Assist
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Assist

New York Rangers
C Steven Fogarty (Notre Dame) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG]

Ottawa Senators
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Assist
D Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Goal
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 1 Assist

G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 10 saves on 13 shots in loss to Bemidji State on Oct. 27.

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Hunter Fejes (Colorado College) – 1 Assist
LW Zac Larraza (Denver) – 1 Assist

Pittsburgh Penguins
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Goals; 1 Assist
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 1 Goal
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Nick D’Agostino (Cornell) – 2 Assists

St. Louis Blues
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 1 Goal

San Jose Sharks
C Danny O’Regan (Boston University) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 1 Goal
D Joakim Ryan (Cornell) – 2 Assists
C Colin Blackwell (Harvard) – 1 Assist
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 1 Assist
D Lee Moffie (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C/RW Jimmy Mullin (Miami) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Brendan O’Donnell (North Dakota) – 2 Assists

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 20 saves on 20 shots in shutout win over Canisius on Oct. 28.

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal
D Max Everson (Harvard) – 1 Assist
D Andrew MacWilliam (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
D Ben Hutton (Maine) – 1 Assist
D Patrick McNally (Harvard) – 1 Assist
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Austin Wuthrich (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/LW Greg Burke (New Hampshire) – 1 Assist
C/LW Thomas Di Pauli (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 2 Assists
D Aaron Harstad (Colorado College) – 1 Assist

G Jamie Phillips (Michigan Tech) – 6 saves on 7 shots in no decision versus Denver on Oct. 26.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): RPI and Western Michigan



News & Notes

Michigan State sophomore D R.J. Boyd (FLA) posted his first point (an assist) in nearly two years versus Lake Superior State on Oct. 26. His last point (also an assist) came back on Nov. 23, 2010 versus Yale while with Sacred Heart.

Union College D Tim Boyle (OTT) made his collegiate debut versus UConn on Oct. 27.

Michigan State D John Draeger (MIN) posted his first collegiate goal (on the power play) versus Lake Superior State on Oct. 27.

Notre Dame C Steven Fogarty (NYR) posted his first two collegiate goals versus Northern Michigan on Oct. 27. His second goal came on the power play and was the game-winner.

Ohio State D Curtis Gedig (NJ) missed the Oct. 26/27 series versus Bowling Green due to an undisclosed injury. His current status is unknown.

Providence G Jon Gillies (CGY) posted his first collegiate shutout versus Maine on Oct. 27.

North Dakota G Zane Gothberg (BOS) posted his first collegiate win versus Alaska-Anchorage on Oct. 26.

RIT sophomore LW/RW Anthony Hamburg (MIN) posted his first collegiate goal versus Robert Morris on Oct. 25. He posted his first assist in nearly two years versus his former team Colgate on Oct. 26. Hamburg posted his last assist back on Dec. 11, 2010 versus Niagara.

St. Cloud State C/LW Ben Hanowski (PIT) missed the Oct. 27 game versus Minnesota State-Mankato due to an injury he suffered the previous night (also versus Minnesota State-Mankato).

Vermont sophomore D Nick Luukko (PHI) posted first collegiate goal versus Merrimack on Oct. 27.

Boston College D Mike Matheson (FLA) posted his first two collegiate points (assists) versus UMass-Lowell on Oct. 28.

Boston University C Danny O’Regan (SJ) posted his first two collegiate goals versus UMass on Oct. 26. He posted his first two collegiate assists on Oct. 27 also versus UMass.

Maine junior G Martin Ouellette (CBJ) posted his first decision in nearly a year in the loss to Providence on Oct. 26. His last decision (also a loss) came back on Nov. 5, 2011 versus New Hampshire.

Michigan Tech G Jamie Phillips (WPG) made his first collegiate appearance in relief on Oct. 26 versus Denver.

Minnesota D Brady Skjei (NYR) missed the Oct. 28 game versus Canisius due to an undisclosed injury. He is listed as day to day.

Harvard LW Jimmy Vesey (NSH) posted his first three collegiate points (two goals and an assist) versus Bentley on Oct. 27. His first goal came on the power play.

Minnesota G Adam Wilcox (TB) posted his first collegiate shutout versus Canisius on Oct. 28.


**Coming in November – prospects national stats**

Oilers Chick 11-04-2012 08:00 PM

Week #5: For week ending 11/4/12
 
This is a combined stats listing of all current NCAA prospects (by NHL team) that appeared this week in all non-exhibition games. If your NHL team and/or your team’s prospect(s) are not listed, it is because they/he didn’t accumulate any points. Please be sure to read the News & Notes section at the bottom of this listing.

[Note: Game-tying goals are noted ONLY when games end in a tie].


Anaheim Ducks
LW Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists

Boston Bruins
C Ben Sexton (Clarkson) – 1 Goal [GTG]
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 2 Assists
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 1 Assist
D Rob O’Gara (Yale) – 1 Assist

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 29 saves on 33 shots in loss to Boston University on Nov. 3.

Buffalo Sabres
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Brad Navin (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 2 Goals; 2 Assists
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence) – 1 Goal [GWG]

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 23 saves on 25 shots in win over Vermont on Nov. 2; 19 saves on 21 shots in loss to Vermont on Nov. 3.

Carolina Hurricanes
LW Phil Di Giuseppe (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Stephen Johns (Notre Dame) – 2 Assists
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
D Michael Paliotta (Vermont) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Gus Young (Yale) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
D Thomas Larkin (Colgate) – 1 Assist
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 19 saves on 22 shots in loss to Boston College on Nov. 2.

Dallas Stars
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 1 Goal
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 1 Assist
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Assist
C/LW Drew Shore (Maine) – 1 Assist

Detroit Red Wings
D Nick Jensen (St. Cloud State) – 2 Assists

Edmonton Oilers
D Kyle Bigos (Merrimack) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 2 Assists
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist
RW John McCarron (Cornell) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [EN]; 1 Assist
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Connor Brickley (Vermont) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 2 Assists
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 23 saves on 26 shots in loss to St. Cloud State on Nov. 2.

Los Angeles Kings
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG]
LW Joel Lowry (Cornell) – 1 Goal [EN]; 1 Assist
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Goal
D Kevin Gravel (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 3 Assists
LW/RW Anthony Hamburg (RIT) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 2 Goals; 3 Assists
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 2 Assists
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
C/LW Nick Oliver (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist
LW Jimmy Vesey (Harvard) – 1 Assist

New Jersey Devils
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Seth Helgeson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = SHG-EN]; 1 Assist
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Assist

New York Rangers
C Steven Fogarty (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
C/RW Boo Nieves (Michigan) – 2 Assists

Ottawa Senators
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists

Philadelphia Flyers
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Assist

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Hunter Fejes (Colorado College) – 1 Goal

Pittsburgh Penguins
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 2 Goals; 3 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Goals [1 = EN]
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Goal
D Nick D’Agostino (Cornell) – 1 Goal [GTG]
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 3 Assists
D Alex Velischek (Providence) – 2 Assists

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 31 saves on 34 shots in loss to North Dakota on Nov. 2.

St. Louis Blues
D Colton Parayko (Alaska) – 1 Goal
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 1 Assist

San Jose Sharks
C Danny O’Regan (Boston University) – 2 Goals; 1 Assist
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Colin Blackwell (Harvard) – 1 Goal [SHG]
D Isaac MacLeod (Boston College) – 1 Goal
C Sean Kuraly (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Max Gaede (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 2 Assists
D Joakim Ryan (Cornell) – 2 Assists

Tampa Bay Lightning
RW Brian Hart (Harvard) – 1 Assist
C Brendan O’Donnell (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 23 saves on 25 shots in win over Minnesota State-Mankato on Nov. 2; 30 saves on 34 shots in loss to Minnesota State-Mankato on Nov. 3.

Toronto Maple Leafs
D Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) – 1 Goal
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 2 Assists

Washington Capitals
C/LW Greg Burke (New Hampshire) – 2 Goals
C Travis Boyd (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Patrick Wey (Boston College) – 3 Assists
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 2 Assists
RW Austin Wuthrich (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Peter Stoykewych (Colorado College) – 1 Assist

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 8 saves on 8 shots in no decision versus Union College on Nov. 3.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Bemidji State, UMass-Lowell, Minnesota-Duluth, Ohio State, Princeton and Quinnipiac




News & Notes

Colorado College LW Hunter Fejes (PHX) posted his first collegiate goal versus Wisconsin on Nov 2.

Harvard RW Brian Hart (TB) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Yale on Nov. 3.

Michigan State D Rhett Holland (PHX) missed the Nov. 2/3 series versus Bowling Green due to an upper body injury and is out indefinitely.

RPI G Jason Kasdorf (WPG) made his first collegiate appearance in relief versus Union College on Nov. 3.

North Dakota C Corban Knight (FLA) posted his 100th career point (an assist) versus Boston University on Nov. 3.

Miami C Sean Kuraly (SJ) posted first collegiate goal (on the power play) versus Ferris State on Nov. 3.

Boston College junior D Isaac MacLeod (SJ) posted his first collegiate goal versus Maine on Nov. 2.

Boston College D Michael Matheson (FLA) posted his first collegiate goal versus UMass on Nov. 4.

Yale D Rob O’Gara (BOS) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Harvard on Nov. 3.

Michigan D Brennan Serville (WPG) missed the Nov. 2/3 series versus Northern Michigan due to a “facial concussion” that he suffered versus Miami on Oct. 27. He is listed as week to week.

Michigan D Jacob Trouba (WPG) missed the Nov. 3 game versus Northern Michigan due to a game disqualification that he received the previous night for contact to the head.

Wisconsin LW Brendan Woods (CAR) missed the Nov. 2 game versus Colorado College due to a lower body injury. He returned to the lineup the following night.




Prospects stats leaders

* – indicates overall national leader
** – indicates overall national co-leader(s)
# – indicates national leader among NHL prospects only
## – indicates national co-leader(s) among NHL prospects only


Points: #Nic Dowd (LA), St. Cloud State – 12 [6 Goals, 6 Assists]

Goals: #Nic Dowd (LA), St. Cloud State – 6

Assists: #Nick Jensen (DET), St. Cloud State – 8

Power Play Goals: *Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College – 4

Shorthanded Goals: 1 each – ##Colin Blackwell (SJ), Harvard; ##Ryan Dzingel (OTT), Ohio State; ##Ben Hanowski (PIT), St. Cloud State; ##Anders Lee (NYI), Notre Dame and ## Matthew Peca (TB), Quinnipiac

Game-winning Goals: 3 each – **Nic Dowd (LA), St. Cloud State and **Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College

Defenseman Scoring: *Mac Bennett (MON), Michigan – 9 Points [3 Goals, 6 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 10 Points [4 Goals, 6 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: 4 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

Goals Against Average: #Sam Brittain (FLA), Denver – 1.68

Save Percentage: #Sam Brittain (FLA), Denver – .946

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .800

Shutouts: 1 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

PRNuck 11-05-2012 10:03 AM

Did you forget the Canucks this week? Or were all their prospects pointless?

(big fan of this btw, thanks a lot) :handclap:

Moses Doughty 11-05-2012 10:15 AM

Big time thanks for doing this. Nice to see the Kings prospects doing well

IHaveNoCreativity 11-07-2012 11:57 AM

Glad to see that Haula is doing well, have high hopes for him.

Oilers Chick 11-12-2012 12:11 PM

Week #6: For week ending Nov. 11, 2012
 
This is a combined stats listing of all current NCAA prospects (by NHL team) that appeared this week in all non-exhibition games. If your NHL team and/or your team’s prospect(s) are not listed, it is because they/he didn’t accumulate any points. Please be sure to read the News & Notes section at the bottom of this listing.

[Note: Game-tying goals are noted ONLY when games end in a tie].


Anaheim Ducks
LW Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 3 Assists
D Jaycob Megna (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
D Nick Pryor (Maine) – 1 Assist
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C Ben Sexton (Clarkson) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Rob O’Gara (Yale) – 2 Assists
RW Alex Fallstrom (Harvard) – 1 Assist

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [2 = GWG; 1 = EN]
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 1 Goals; 2 Assists
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal [SHG-EN]; 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 28 saves on 32 shots in loss to UMass on Nov. 9.

Carolina Hurricanes
D Mark Alt (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 42 saves on 45 shots in loss to Alaska on Nov. 10.

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
D Paul Phillips (Denver) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Thomas Larkin (Colgate) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Goal
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 23 saves on 25 shots in loss to UMass-Lowell on Nov. 9; 27 saves on 30 shots in win over UMass-Lowell on Nov. 10.

Dallas Stars
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 2 Assists
C/LW Devin Shore (Maine) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Goal
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 2 Assists

Detroit Red Wings
D Ben Marshall (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Edmonton Oilers
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Goal
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Kyle Bigos (Merrimack) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
C/RW Zach Hyman (Michigan) – 1 Assist
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 33 saves on 36 shots in win over Minnesota State-Mankato on Nov. 9.

Los Angeles Kings
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 2 Assists
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 2 Assists
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
D Kevin Gravel (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [GTG]; 2 Assists
D Nick Seeler (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [SHG]; 1 Assist
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 1 Assist
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
LW Jimmy Vesey (Harvard) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = EN]
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [SHG-GWG]; 1 Assist

New Jersey Devils
C Blake Coleman (Miami) – 1 Assist
D Curtis Gedig (Ohio State) – 1 Assist

New York Rangers
C/RW Boo Nieves (Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]
C Steven Fogarty (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Ottawa Senators
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [GTG]
D Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 1 Goal
D Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
D Tim Boyle (Union College) – 1 Assist
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
D Reece Willcox (Cornell) – 1 Assist

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Zac Larraza (Denver) – 1 Assist

Pittsburgh Penguins
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist

St. Louis Blues
D Colton Parayko (Alaska) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 3 Assists

San Jose Sharks
RW Chris Crane (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Sean Kuraly (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 2 Assists
D Joakim Ryan (Cornell) – 2 Assists
D Isaac MacLeod (Boston College) – 1 Assist
D Lee Moffie (Michigan) – 1 Assist
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
RW Brian Hart (Harvard) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Brendan O’Donnell (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C/RW Jimmy Mullin (Miami) – 1 Assist

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 14 saves on 14 shots in shutout win over Alaska-Anchorage on Nov. 9; 21 saves on 23 shots in tie with Alaska-Anchorage on Nov. 10.

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
D Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
D Ben Hutton (Maine) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Patrick McNally (Harvard) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Washington Capitals
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
C/LW Thomas Di Pauli (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
C Travis Boyd (Minnesota) – 2 Assists
D Patrick Wey (Boston College) – 2 Assists
C/LW Greg Burke (New Hampshire) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac) – 2 Assists




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Michigan Tech and Wisconsin




News & Notes

Union College D Tim Boyle (OTT) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Harvard on Nov. 9.

Boston University D Matt Grzelcyk (BOS) posted his first collegiate goal versus Boston College on Nov. 11.

Harvard RW Brian Hart (TB) posted his first collegiate goal versus RPI on Nov. 10.

Maine D Ben Hutton (VAN) posted his first collegiate goal (on the power play) versus UMass-Lowell on Nov. 9.

Michigan C/RW Boo Nieves (NYR) posted his first collegiate goal (the game-winner) versus Michigan State on Nov. 9.

Maine G Martin Ouellette (CBJ) posted his first win in over a year versus UMass-Lowell on Nov. 10. His previous win (in overtime) came back on Oct. 28, 2011 versus Providence.

Maine C/LW Devin Shore (DAL) posted his first collegiate goal versus UMass-Lowell on Nov. 10.

Cornell D Reece Willcox (PHI) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) versus Princeton on Nov. 9.





Prospects stats leaders

* – indicates overall national leader
** – indicates overall national co-leader(s)
# – indicates national leader among NHL prospects only
## – indicates national co-leader(s) among NHL prospects only


Points: 14 each – ##Nic Dowd (LA), St. Cloud State [6 Goals, 8 Assists] and ##Riley Barber (WSH), Miami [5 Goals, 9 Assists]

Goals: #Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 7

Assists: #Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 9

Power Play Goals: **Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College – 4

Shorthanded Goals: 1 each – ##Bill Arnold (CGY), Boston College; ##Chase Balisy (NSH), Western Michigan; ##Colin Blackwell (SJ), Harvard; ##Ryan Dzingel (OTT), Ohio State; ##Ben Hanowski (PIT), St. Cloud State; ##Anders Lee (NYI), Notre Dame; ##Mark MacMillan (MON), North Dakota and ## Matthew Peca (TB), Quinnipiac

Game-winning Goals: *Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 5

Defenseman Scoring: *Mac Bennett (MON), Michigan – 10 Points [3 Goals, 7 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 14 Points [5 Goals, 9 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 5

Goals Against Average: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 1.58

Save Percentage: #Sam Brittain (FLA), Denver – .938

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .786

Shutouts: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 2

Oilers Chick 11-18-2012 10:18 PM

Week #7: For week ending Nov. 18, 2012
 
This is a combined stats listing of all current NCAA prospects (by NHL team) that appeared this week in all non-exhibition games. If your NHL team and/or your team’s prospect(s) are not listed, it is because they/he didn’t accumulate any points. Please be sure to read the News & Notes section near the bottom of this listing for important prospects information.

[Note: Game-tying goals are noted ONLY when games end in a tie].


Anaheim Ducks
LW Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 2 Goals
C/LW Radoslav Illo (Bemidji State) – 1 Assist
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
C Ben Sexton (Clarkson) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Alex Fallstrom (Harvard) – 1 Goal
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 2 Assists
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 1 Assist

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 28 saves on 31 shots in win over Minnesota-Duluth on Nov. 17.

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 2 Assists
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Assist
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 22 saves on 24 shots in win over Northeastern on Nov. 16.

Carolina Hurricanes
D Danny Biega (Harvard) – 1 Assist
C/LW Brendan Woods (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 12 saves on 14 shots in win over Northern Michigan on Nov. 17.

Chicago Blackhawks
D Stephen Johns (Notre Dame) – 3 Assists
D Michael Paliotta (Vermont) – 2 Assists
D Paul Phillips (Denver) – 2 Assists
C/LW Dan Delisle (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
D Drew Olson (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [GTG]
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 30 saves on 32 shots in tie with UMass on Nov. 16.

Dallas Stars
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Dmitry Sinitsyn (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Goal
C/LW Devin Shore (Maine) – 1 Assist

Edmonton Oilers
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 2 Goals [PPG]; 2 Assists
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Kyle Bigos (Merrimack) – 1 Goal
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 1 Assist
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [EN]
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 3 Assists
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 24 saves on 26 shots in win over Colorado College on Nov. 17.

Los Angeles Kings
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 2 Goals [1 = GTG]
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 3 Assists
LW Joel Lowry (Cornell) – 1 Assist

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
LW Mario Lucia (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
LW/RW Anthony Hamburg (RIT) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 3 Goals (no hat trick); 2 Assists
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Michael Cichy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Josiah Didier (Denver) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Garrett Noonan (Boston University) – 2 Assists
LW Jimmy Vesey (Harvard) – 1 Assist

New Jersey Devils
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
D Seth Helgeson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

New York Islanders
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = EN]; 1 Assist
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist

G Cody Rosen (Clarkson) – 3 saves on 3 shots in no decision versus Quinnipiac on Nov. 16.

Ottawa Senators
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) –1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
RW Petr Placek (Harvard) – 1 Goal [EN]

Pittsburgh Penguins
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 29 saves on 31 shots in win over Vermont on Nov. 16.

San Jose Sharks
RW Chris Crane (Ohio State) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C Danny O’Regan (Boston University) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 22 saves on 24 shots in tie with Wisconsin on Nov. 16; 16 saves on 17 shots in win over Wisconsin on Nov. 17.

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
D Andrew MacWilliam (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
C/LW Wesley Myron (Boston University) – 1 Goal
D Ben Hutton (Maine) – 1 Assist
D Patrick McNally (Harvard) – 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
D Garrett Haar (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Patrick Wey (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG]
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Assist
C/LW Thomas Di Pauli (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 1 Goal

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 30 saves on 31 shots in win over Mercyhurst on Nov. 17.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Minnesota State-Mankato, Nebraska-Omaha, Penn State, St. Cloud State, Union College and Yale




News & Notes

Ohio State D Sam Jardine (CHI) missed the Nov. 16/17 series versus Northern Michigan due to an undisclosed injury and his current status is unknown.

RPI G Jason Kasdorf (WPG) posted his collegiate first win in his first career start over Mercyhurst on Nov. 17.

Michigan Tech C/LW Jujhar Khaira (EDM) posted his first two collegiate goals versus Bemidji State on Nov. 16. Both goals came on the power play.

Notre Dame LW Mario Lucia (MIN) posted his first collegiate goal versus Michigan on Nov. 16. He made his collegiate debut the night before (also versus Michigan).

Boston University G Sean Maguire (PIT) posted his first collegiate win over Vermont on Nov. 16.

Boston University C/LW Wesley Myron (VAN) posted his first collegiate goal versus Vermont on Nov. 16. The goal was also his first collegiate point as well.

Minnesota-Duluth D Drew Olson (CBJ) posted his first goal in over a year versus North Dakota on Nov. 16. The goal was the game-tying goal with the game ending in a 4-4 tie. Olson’s previous goal came back on Oct. 14, 2011 versus Minnesota.

North Dakota sophomore C/RW Michael Parks (PHI) made his season debut on Nov. 16 versus Minnesota-Duluth only to be reinjured again in the opening period of the contest. His current status is unknown.

Harvard sophomore RW Petr Placek (PHI) posted his first collegiate goal (an empty-netter) versus Cornell on Nov. 16.

Quinnipiac RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (WPG) posted his first multi-point game in nearly two years tallying a pair of goals versus Clarkson on Nov. 16. His previous multi-point game came back on Nov. 26, 2010 versus Alabama-Huntsville while with Bowling Green. In that game, Samuels-Thomas posted a goal and an assist.

UMass-Lowell D Dmitry Sinitsyn (DAL) posted his first collegiate goal versus UMass on Nov. 18. The goal was also his first collegiate point as well.




Prospects stats leaders

* – indicates overall national leader
** – indicates overall national co-leader(s)
# – indicates national leader among NHL prospects only
## – indicates national co-leader(s) among NHL prospects only


Points: #Nick Shore (LA), Denver – 16 Points [5 Goals, 11 Assists]

Goals: 7 each – ##Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College; ##Blake Pietila (NJ), Michigan Tech and ##Scott Winkler (DAL), Colorado College

Assists: **Nick Shore (LA), Denver – 11

Power Play Goals: **Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College – 4

Shorthanded Goals: 1 each – ##Bill Arnold (CGY), Boston College; ##Chase Balisy (NSH), Western Michigan; ##Colin Blackwell (SJ), Harvard; ##Ryan Dzingel (OTT), Ohio State; ##Ben Hanowski (PIT), St. Cloud State; ##Anders Lee (NYI), Notre Dame; ##Mark MacMillan (MON), North Dakota and ## Matthew Peca (TB), Quinnipiac

Game-winning Goals: *Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 5

Defenseman Scoring: *Joey LaLeggia (EDM), Denver – 12 Points [5 Goals, 7 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 15 Points [5 Goals, 10 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 6

Goals Against Average: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 1.55

Save Percentage: #Sam Brittain (FLA), Denver – .935

Winning Percentage: #Sam Brittain (FLA), Denver – .800

Shutouts: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 2


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