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Weeks #24: For week ending Mar. 17, 2013

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 Nic Kerdiles (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal; 3 Assists
C/LW Radoslav Illo (Bemidji State) – 2 Assists
D Jaycob Megna (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]
LW Colton Hargrove (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 1 Assist

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 31 saves on 34 shots in win over Michigan Tech on Mar. 15.

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

Calgary Flames
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [2 = PPG; 1 = GWG]
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 2 Goals [1 = EN]; 1 Assist
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence College) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D John Ramage (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
LW Nick Larson (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence College) – 35 saves on 37 shots in win over New Hampshire on Mar. 15; 20 saves on 23 shots in loss to New Hampshire on Mar. 16; 30 saves on 32 shots in win over New Hampshire on Mar. 17.

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

Chicago Blackhawks
D Braden Birch (Cornell) – 1 Goal
C/LW Dan Delisle (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 2 Assists

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 1 Goal
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 3 Assists
D Gus Young (Yale) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 32 saves on 36 shots in loss to UMass-Lowell on Mar. 14; 35 saves on 37 shots in loss to UMass-Lowell on Mar. 15.

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

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

Edmonton Oilers
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 =PPG]; 2 Assists
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist
RW John McCarron (Cornell) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [GWG; 2 Assists
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 3 Assists
C/RW Zach Hyman (Michigan) – 1 Assist
D Eddie Wittchow (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 20 saves on 22 shots in loss to Colorado College on Mar. 16; 1 Assist

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

Minnesota Wild
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 3 Assists
D John Draeger (Michigan State) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 2 Assists

New Jersey Devils
D Curtis Gedig (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 4 Assists
LW/RW Derek Rodwell (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
D Jon Merrill (Michigan) – 1 Assist
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 2 Assists
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 2 Assists

Ottawa Senators
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 1 Goal [GWG]
RW Michael Parks (North Dakota) – 1 Goal

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

Pittsburgh Penguins
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PS; 1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 1 Goal; 3 Assists
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal [EN]; 3 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
D Nick D’Agostino (Cornell) – 1 Assist

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 30 saves on 30 shots in shutout win over Merrimack on Mar. 15; 39 saves on 42 shots in win over Merrimack on Mar. 16.

St. Louis Blues
RW Sam Kurker (Boston University) – 1 Goal [PPG]

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

Tampa Bay Lightning
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal; 4 Assists
C Brendan O’Donnell (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/RW Jimmy Mullin (Miami) – 1 Goal

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 17 saves on 18 shots in win over Bemidji State on Mar. 15; 19 saves on 22 shots in win over Bemidji State on Mar. 16.

Toronto Maple Leafs
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 2 Assists
D Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) – 1 Assist
D Andrew MacWilliam (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
C/LW Joe LaBate (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
D Garrett Haar (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 2 Assists
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Assists
D Patrick Wey (Boston College) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GWG]
RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
D Aaron Harstad (Colorado College) – 1 Goal
C Tanner Lane (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal
D Brennan Serville (Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 24 saves on 26 shots in win over Maine on Mar. 14; 18 saves on 19 shots in win over Maine on Mar. 15.

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 26 saves on 28 shots in loss to Brown on Mar. 15; 27 saves on 29 shots in win over Brown on Mar. 16; 14 saves on 17 shots in loss to Brown on Mar. 17.

G Jamie Phillips (Michigan Tech) – 19 saves on 24 shots in loss to North Dakota on Mar. 15.




End 2012-13 season (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Bemidji State, Cornell, Dartmouth, Maine, Merrimack, Michigan Tech, Michigan State, Minnesota-Duluth, Nebraska-Omaha, RIT, RPI, and Vermont

[Important Note: Although Denver, New Hampshire and Western Michigan have all been eliminated from their respective conference tournaments, these teams still could earn an NCAA Tournament at-large bid due to their current (as of this posting) Pairwise Ranking (PWR). The PWR determines, among other things, which teams have earned at-large bids into the tournament.]




News & Notes

Miami RW Riley Barber (WSH), Notre Dame LW Mario Lucia (MIN) and Michigan D Jacob Trouba (WPG) have all been named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team. Barber and Trouba were also named to the All-CCHA First Team as well.

Minnesota-Duluth RW Joe Basaraba (FLA) missed the Mar. 15 game of the WCHA First Round series versus Wisconsin due to illness. He returned to the lineup the following night.

Minnesota C Nick Bjugstad (FLA), Wisconsin D Jake McCabe (BUF) and Minnesota G Adam Wilcox (TB) have all been named to the All-WCHA Third Team.

Denver G Sam Brittain (FLA) posted his first point (an assist) in over two years on Mar. 16 in the WCHA First Round game versus Colorado College. His previous point (also an assist) came back on Feb. 26, 2011 versus Nebraska-Omaha.

Minnesota-Duluth C Tony Cameranesi (TOR), North Dakota C Rocco Grimaldi (FLA) and Minnesota-Duluth D Andy Welinski (ANA) have all been named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team. Grimaldi, who played briefly last season, is a redshirted freshman.

Ohio State RW Chris Crane (SJ) missed the CCHA Quarterfinal game versus Ferris State on Mar. 16 after receiving his third game-misconduct penalty the previous night (also versus Ferris State), which carries an automatic one-game suspension.

Denver D Josiah Didier (MON) missed the Mar. 15 & 16 games of the WCHA First Round series versus Colorado College due to an undisclosed injury. He returned to the lineup on Mar. 17.

Minnesota C/LW Erik Haula (MIN), North Dakota C Corban Knight (FLA) and Denver D Joey LaLeggia (EDM) have all been named to the All-WCHA Second Team.

St. Cloud State D Nick Jensen (DET) has been named the WCHA Defensive Player of the Year. Jensen led all WCHA defensemen with 19 assists and finished second in defenseman scoring with 24 points in the regular season. Jensen was also named to the All-WCHA First Team as well.

North Dakota RW Danny Kristo (MON) has been named to the All-WCHA First Team. Kristo led North Dakota with 37 points (17 points, 20 assists) in 28 conference games during the regular season.

Notre Dame C Anders Lee (NYI) has been named to the All-CCHA First Team. Lee led the CCHA with a plus-18 in conference play and finished second in the CCHA regular season with 14 goals.

Minnesota State-Mankato C Max Gaede (SJ) posted his first goal (the game-winner) in over a year in the Mar. 17 game of the WCHA First Round series versus Nebraska-Omaha. His previous goal came back on Mar. 9, 2012 in the WCHA First Round series versus Minnesota-Duluth.

Providence College G Jon Gillies (CGY) posted his first collegiate assist on Mar. 16 in the Hockey East Quarterfinal game versus New Hampshire.




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: #Danny Kristo (MON), North Dakota – 50 [24 Goals, 26 Assists]

Goals: #Danny Kristo (MON), North Dakota – 24

Assists: 33 each – ##Erik Haula (MIN), Minnesota and ##Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota

Power Play Goals: #Nick Bjugstad (FLA), Minnesota – 11

Shorthanded Goals: #Wade Megan (FLA), Boston University – 3

Game-winning Goals: *Kyle Rau (FLA), Minnesota – 7

Defenseman Scoring: 29 Points each – ##Nick Jensen (DET), St. Cloud State [4 Goals, 25 Assists] and ##Joey LaLeggia (EDM), Denver [11 Goals, 18 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 38 Points [15 Goals, 23 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 25

Goals Against Average: #Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell – 1.49

Save Percentage: #Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell – 9.44

Winning Percentage: *Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell – .889

Shutouts: #Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College – 5

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