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Weeks #12 & #13: For week ending Dec. 30, 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) – 1 Goal; 4 Assists
D Josh Manson (Northeastern) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 2 Assists

Calgary Flames
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal

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

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 32 saves on 37 shots in loss to Penn State on Dec. 29.

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 2 Assists
D Justin Holl (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 1 Goal
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
D Drew Olson (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 31 saves on 31 shots in shutout win over Minnesota-Duluth on Dec. 28; 3 saves on 6 shots in no decision versus Cornell on Dec. 29; 1 Assist

Dallas Stars
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C/LW Devin Shore (Maine) – 1 Goal

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

Edmonton Oilers
RW John McCarron (Cornell) – 2 Goals; 1 Assist
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 3 Assists
D Kyle Bigos (Merrimack) – 1 Assist
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 4 Assists
C/RW Zach Hyman (Michigan) – 1 Goal [SHG-EN]; 1 Assist
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist
D R.J. Boyd (Michigan State) – 1 Assist
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 1 Assist

Los Angeles Kings
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
LW Joel Lowry (Cornell) – 2 Assists
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 3 Assists

Montreal Canadiens
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal
D Josiah Didier (Denver) – 1 Assist
D Colin Sullivan (Boston College) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 3 Assists
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist

New Jersey Devils
D Curtis Gedig (Ohio State) – 1 Assist

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

Ottawa Senators
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 3 Goals (HAT TRICK)
D Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Philadelphia Flyers
G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 25 saves on 30 shots in loss to Quinnipiac on Dec. 29.

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Zac Larraza (Denver) – 1 Goal

Pittsburgh Penguins
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Nick D’Agostino (Cornell) – 4 Assists

St. Louis Blues
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 3 Assists

San Jose Sharks
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 4 Goals (includes HAT TRICK) [2 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]
D Lee Moffie (Michigan) – 1 Goal
C Max Gaede (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Brian Hart (Harvard) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/RW Jimmy Mullin (Miami) – 1 Assist

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 18 saves on 18 shots in shutout win over Air Force on Dec. 29; 32 saves on 33 shots in win over Boston College on Dec. 30; 1 Assist

Toronto Maple Leafs
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
D Ben Hutton (Maine) – 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Winnipeg Jets
RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
C Tanner Lane (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Assist

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 11 saves on 13 shots in no decision versus St. Cloud State on Dec. 27.

Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Alaska, Clarkson, Colgate, Colorado College, North Dakota, Notre Dame, Providence (idle in week #13 only), RIT, and Wisconsin

News & Notes

The following players are representing their respective countries in the World Junior Championship and have not played for their respective NCAA teams (that were in action) in the last two weeks:

RW Riley Barber (WSH) - Miami
C Teddy Blueger (PIT) - Minnesota State-Mankato
LW Johnny Gaudreau (CGY) - Boston College
G Jon Gillies (CGY) - Providence College
D Shayne Gostisbehere (PHI) - Union College
C Sean Kuraly (SJ) - Miami
LW Blake Pietila (NJ) - Michigan Tech
D Mike Reilly (CBJ) - Minnesota
D Jacob Trouba (WPG) - Michigan
LW Jimmy Vesey (NSH) - Harvard


Ohio State C Ryan Dzingel’s (OTT) hat trick versus Penn State on Dec. 29 was the first of his collegiate career.

Western Michigan D Garrett Haar (WSH) missed the Great Lakes Invitational Tournament on Dec. 29/30 due to an undisclosed injury. His current status is unknown.

Minnesota C/LW Erik Haula (MIN) sustained an injury on Dec. 30 versus Boston College. His current status is unknown.

Nebraska-Omaha C Tanner Lane (WPG) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) on Dec. 29 versus Quinnipiac.

Boston College D Isaac MacLeod (SJ) missed the Mariucci Classic Tournament on Dec. 29/30 due to a shoulder injury that he suffered on Dec. 7 versus Providence College. He is listed as week to week.

Maine D Nick Pryor (ANA) missed the Florida College Classic Tournament on Dec. 28/29 due to illness.

Boston College D Colin Sullivan (MON) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) on Dec. 30 versus Alabama-Huntsville.

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: #Erik Haula (MIN), Minnesota – 26 [9 Goals, 17 Assists]

Goals: 11 each – ##Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College; ##Anders Lee (NYI), Notre Dame and ##Michael Mersch (LAK), Wisconsin

Assists: #Erik Haula (MIN), Minnesota – 17

Power Play Goals: 4 each – ## Nick Bjugstad (FLA), Minnesota; ## Tony Cameranesi (TOR), Minnesota-Duluth; ## Cody Ferriero (SJ), Northeastern; ##Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College, ##Jujhar Khaira (EDM), Michigan Tech; ##Kyle Rau (FLA), Minnesota and ##Jacob Trouba (WPG), Michigan

Shorthanded Goals: 2 each – ##Chase Balisy (NSH), Western Michigan and ## Matthew Peca (TB), Quinnipiac

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

Defenseman Scoring: *Joey LaLeggia (EDM), Denver – 17 Points [7 Goals, 10 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 22 Points [8 Goals, 14 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 12

Goals Against Average: #Jason Kasdorf (WPG), RPI – 1.63

Save Percentage: #Jason Kasdorf (WPG), RPI – .937

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .794

Shutouts: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 3

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