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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**

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