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Week #8: For week ending Nov. 25, 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
D Kevin Lind (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [SHG]; 2 Assists
C/LW Radoslav Illo (Bemidji State) – 2 Assists
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Assists

Boston Bruins
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 2 Assists

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 36 saves on 40 shots in loss to Notre Dame on Nov. 24.

Buffalo Sabres
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 2 Goals [1 = EN]; 3 Assists
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 23 saves on 25 shots in loss to Quinnipiac on Nov. 20; 35 saves on 35 shots in shutout win over Brown on Nov. 24.

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

G Collin Olson (Ohio State) – 8 saves on 10 shots in no decision versus Lake Superior State on Nov. 24.

Chicago Blackhawks
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
D Braden Birch (Cornell) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [EN]

Columbus Blue Jackets
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 1 Goal
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Goal
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Dallas Stars
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 1 Assist

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

Edmonton Oilers
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 2 Assists
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Assist
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 3 Assists
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 25 saves on 30 shots in loss to New Hampshire on Nov. 24.

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

Minnesota Wild
D Nick Seeler (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 2 Assists
LW Mario Lucia (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 1 Goal
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
D Josiah Didier (Denver) – 1 Assist
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Garrett Noonan (Boston University) – 1 Assist

New Jersey Devils
D Seth Helgeson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 1 Assist
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 2 Assists

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

Ottawa Senators
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 2 Goals [1 = EN]; 1 Assist
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 2 Goals [1 =PPG; 1 = GWG]
D Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 3 Assists
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal

Philadelphia Flyers
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
D Reece Willcox (Cornell) – 1 Assist

G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 20 saves on 20 shots in shutout win over Alabama-Huntsville on Nov. 24.

Pittsburgh Penguins
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 2 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
D Alex Velischek (Providence) – 1 Assist

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 21 saves on 21 shots in shutout win over St. Lawrence on Nov. 24.

St. Louis Blues
RW Sam Kurker (Boston University) – 1 Goal
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 1 Assist

San Jose Sharks
RW Chris Crane (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [EN]
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 1 Goal
C Max Gaede (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist
D Lee Moffie (Michigan) – 1 Assist
D Joakim Ryan (Cornell) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C Brendan O’Donnell (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 22 saves on 23 shots in win over Vermont on Nov. 23; 26 saves on 27 shots in win over Vermont on Nov. 24; 1 Assist

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

Washington Capitals
C Travis Boyd (Minnesota) – 2 Assists

Winnipeg Jets
RW Yasin Cisse (Boston University) – 1 Assist
RW Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac) – 1 Assist
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Assist
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 22 saves on 23 shots in win over Princeton on Nov. 24.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Harvard, Maine, Miami, Michigan State, Michigan Tech, RPI, and Western Michigan




News & Notes

Providence College D Mark “Roo” Adams (BUF) is out for the season due to a knee injury.

New Hampshire C/LW Greg Burke (WSH) missed the Nov. 23 game versus Colorado College and the Nov. 24 game versus Denver due to a shoulder injury that suffered on Nov. 16 versus UMass-Lowell. He is listed as week to week.

RIT LW/RW Anthony Hamburg (MIN) missed the Nov. 23 game versus Clarkson due to a hand injury. He is listed as week to week.

UMass-Lowell G Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) posted his first collegiate win on Nov. 24 versus Princeton.

Boston University RW Sam Kurker (STL) posted his first collegiate goal on Nov. 24 versus St. Lawrence. The goal was also his first collegiate point as well.

Notre Dame D Kevin Lind (ANA) scored his first goal (a shorthanded tally) in over a year on Nov. 24 versus North Dakota. His previous goal came back on Oct. 8, 2011 versus Minnesota-Duluth.

Boston University G Sean Maguire (PIT) posted his first collegiate shutout on Nov. 24 versus St. Lawrence.

Update: Michigan D Jon Merrill’s (NJ) neck injury is not healing as quickly as the team had hoped. According to head coach Red Berenson, Merrill is likely out for “several more months”.

Notre Dame junior LW Jeff Costello (OTT) posted his first collegiate multi-goal game on Nov. 24 versus North Dakota. Costello posted two goals and added an assist in the game.

Alaska D Colton Parayko (STL) missed the Nov. 23/24 series versus Northern Michigan due to an injury he suffered on Nov. 17 versus Western Michigan. He is listed as day to day.

Quinnipiac C Matthew Peca (TB) missed the Nov. 20 game versus Providence College due to an undisclosed injury. His current status is unknown.

Minnesota D Mike Reilly (CBJ) posted his first collegiate goal on Nov. 23 versus Vermont.

Clarkson C Ben Sexton (BOS) missed the Nov. 23 game versus RIT due to a lower body injury he suffered on Nov. 17 versus Princeton. He is expected to be out for a month.

Nebraska-Omaha G Anthony Stolarz (PHI) posted his first collegiate win and shutout on Nov. 24 versus Alabama-Huntsville.

Minnesota G Adam Wilcox (TB) posted his first collegiate assist on Nov. 23 versus Vermont.

Notre Dame RW Austin Wuthrich (WSH) missed the Nov. 24 game versus North Dakota due to a head injury he suffered the previous night (also versus North Dakota). His current status is unknown.




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: #Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 19 Points [9 Goals, 10 Assists]

Goals: **Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 9

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; ##Kevin Lind (ANA), 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 – 13 Points [5 Goals, 8 Assists]

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

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 8

Goals Against Average: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 1.46

Save Percentage: #Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College – .932

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .818

Shutouts: 2 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

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I've noticed that Tony Cameranesi is putting up some pretty impressive numbers for a freshman can anyone who watches him regularly comment on how hes looked and what they think his ceiling might be?

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Is there anyway CIS can be included?

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Is there anyway CIS can be included?
If you check the college boards, Hollywood does a great job of keeping tabs on all things CIS and you might find those stats somewhere over there.

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No Vancouver prospects play this weekend in the NCAA?

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Some teams with Canucks prospects such as Harvard and Maine were idle last week. Those teams who do have Canucks prospects that played such as Colgate's Jeremy Price did not post any points, hence why they were not included.

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Some teams with Canucks prospects such as Harvard and Maine were idle last week. Those teams who do have Canucks prospects that played such as Colgate's Jeremy Price did not post any points, hence why they were not included.

Bryanbryoil: Check the Oilers prospects thread, I answered your question over there.
I noticed a few of our prospect teams wasn't playing, just wanted to make sure.

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Week #9: For week ending Dec. 2, 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
LW Nic Kerdiles (Wisconsin) – 2 Assists
D Jaycob Megna (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 3 Assists

Boston Bruins
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 1 Goal [GWG]

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

Calgary Flames
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 2 Goals [PPG]
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D John Ramage (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal [SHG-EN]; 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 25 saves on 27 shots in win over Merrimack on Nov. 30; 22 saves on 24 shots in loss to Merrimack on Dec. 1.

Chicago Blackhawks
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
D Stephen Johns (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 3 Assists
D Braden Birch (Cornell) – 1 Assist
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

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

Columbus Blue Jackets
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 3 Assists
D Thomas Larkin (Colgate) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Drew Olson (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Assists
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Assist
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 31 saves on 33 shots in loss to Vermont on Nov. 30; 19 saves on 21 shots in tie with Vermont on Dec. 1.

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

Detroit Red Wings
D Nick Jensen (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

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

Florida Panthers
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal [SHG-EN]; 2 Assists
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) –3 Assists
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 22 saves on 24 shots in loss to Wisconsin on Dec. 1.

Los Angeles Kings
LW Joel Lowry (Cornell) – 1 Goal
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Assist

Minnesota Wild
LW Mario Lucia (Notre Dame) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [2 = PPG]
C/LW Erik Haula (Minnesota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
D John Draeger (Michigan State) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 2 Goals [1 = SHG; 1 = EN]
D Garrett Noonan (Boston University) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
RW Zach Budish (Minnesota) – 1 Goal

New Jersey Devils
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 1 Goal
C Blake Coleman (Miami) – 1 Assist
D Curtis Gedig (Ohio State) – 1 Assist

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 2 Goals
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 3 Assists

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

Ottawa Senators
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
D Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 3 Assists
D Tim Boyle (Union College) – 1 Assist

Philadelphia Flyers
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Assist

Pittsburgh Penguins
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 3 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
D Nick D’Agostino (Cornell) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 3 Assists
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 3 Assists
D Alex Velischek (Providence) – 1 Assist

San Jose Sharks
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 2 Assists
D Joakim Ryan (Cornell) – 2 Assists
C Max Gaede (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist
C Sean Kuraly (Miami) – 1 Assist
C Danny O’Regan (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C/RW Jimmy Mullin (Miami) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal [SHG-GWG]

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 24 saves on 27 shots in loss to Nebraska-Omaha on Nov. 30; 18 saves on 20 shots in win over Nebraska-Omaha on Dec. 1.

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

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

Washington Capitals
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 2 Assists
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
D Patrick Wey (Boston College) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
RW Yasin Cisse (Boston University) – 1 Assist
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Assist

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 8 saves on 9 shots in no decision versus New Hampshire on Nov. 30.

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 19 saves on 21 shots in tie with Princeton on Nov. 30; 21 saves on 23 shots in loss to Quinnipiac on Dec. 1.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Harvard

Teams in exhibition play only this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Penn State




News & Notes

Vermont C/LW Connor Brickley (FLA) missed the Nov. 30/Dec. 1 series versus Maine due to an arm injury and is out indefinitely.

Nebraska-Omaha D Brian Cooper (ANA) missed the Nov. 30/Dec. 1 series versus Minnesota due to injury. He is listed as week to week.

Denver D Josiah Didier (MON) missed the Nov. 30/Dec. 1 series versus Wisconsin due to a high ankle sprain that he suffered on Nov. 24 versus New Hampshire. He is expected to be out for 3 to 6 weeks.

North Dakota senior D/F Joe Gleason (CHI) scored his first goal in over a year on Nov. 30 versus Colorado College. His previous goal, which was also the first of his collegiate career, came back on Jan. 29, 2011. That goal also came against Colorado College.

Wisconsin LW Nic Kerdiles (ANA) made his collegiate debut on Nov. 30 at Denver. He posted his first collegiate goal (the game-winner) the following night (also versus Denver).

Notre Dame junior C Anders Lee (NYI) posted his 50th collegiate goal on Nov. 30 versus Lake Superior State.

Cornell RW John McCarron (EDM) missed the Dec. 1 game versus St. Lawrence due to a game disqualification he received for leaving the bench the previous night versus Clarkson.

Nebraska-Omaha D Nick Seeler (MIN) missed the Nov. 30/Dec. 1 series versus Minnesota due to an undisclosed injury that he suffered on Nov. 24 versus Alabama-Huntsville. He is listed as week to week.




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: #Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 21 Points [10 Goals, 11 Assists]

Goals: 10 each – ##Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College; ##Anders Lee (NYI), Notre Dame and ##Scott Winkler (DAL), Colorado College

Assists: 12 each – ## Riley Barber (WSH), Miami; ##Erik Haula (MIN), Minnesota; and ##Nick Shore (LA), Denver

Power Play Goals: 4 each – ## Tony Cameranesi (TOR), Minnesota-Duluth and ##Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College

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 – 14 Points [6 Goals, 8 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 18 Points [6 Goals, 12 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 9

Goals Against Average: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 1.61

Save Percentage: #Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College – .930

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .769

Shutouts: 2 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota


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Week #10: For week ending Dec. 9, 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 Nic Kerdiles (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
D Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Buffalo Sabres
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) – 2 Assists
C/LW Brad Navin (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

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

G Jon Gillies (Providence) – 26 saves on 29 shots in tie with Boston College on Dec. 7.

Carolina Hurricanes
C/LW Brendan Woods (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal

Chicago Blackhawks
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
D Michael Paliotta (Vermont) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
D Gus Young (Yale) – 1 Goal [GTG]
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 2 Assists

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

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 20 saves on 21 shots in loss to Boston University on Dec. 8.

Dallas Stars
C/RW Scott Winkler (Colorado College) – 2 Assists
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Assist

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

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

Florida Panthers
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG-GTG; 1 = EN]; 1 Assist
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 2 Goals [1= PPG]
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) –1 Goal; 3 Assists
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
D Eddie Wittchow (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 27 saves on 32 shots in loss to North Dakota on Dec. 8.

Los Angeles Kings
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/RW Nic Dowd (St. Cloud State) – 3 Assists
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 2 Assists
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Assist

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

Montreal Canadiens
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

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

New Jersey Devils
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 1 Goal

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 3 Assists

New York Rangers
C Steven Fogarty (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal

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

Philadelphia Flyers
G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 26 saves on 28 shots in loss to St. Cloud State on Dec. 8.

Pittsburgh Penguins
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 3 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Assists
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Assist

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 28 saves on 28 shots in shutout win over Maine on Dec. 8.

St. Louis Blues
RW Sam Kurker (Boston University) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Colton Parayko (Alaska) – 1 Assist
D Jordan Schmaltz (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

San Jose Sharks
C Sean Kuraly (Miami) – 1 Goal
C Danny O’Regan (Boston University) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 24 saves on 26 shots in win over Colorado College on Dec. 7; 23 saves on 27 shots in tie with Colorado College on Dec. 8.

Toronto Maple Leafs
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 3 Assists

Vancouver Canucks
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 1 Goal [SHG-GWG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Joe LaBate (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal
C/LW Wesley Myron (Boston University) – 1 Assist

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

Winnipeg Jets
G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 25 saves on 25 shots in shutout win over Northeastern on Dec. 8.

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 36 saves on 37 shots in win over Yale on Dec. 7; 24 saves on 26 shots in tie with Brown on Dec. 8.

G Jamie Phillips (Michigan Tech) – 23 saves on 25 shots in loss to Northern Michigan on Dec. 4.




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




News & Notes

Boston University RW Yassin Cisse (WPG) has left the program and signed with the QMJHL’s Blainville-Boisbriand Armada.

St. Cloud State D Kevin Gravel (LAK) was injured in the Dec. 8 game versus Nebraska-Omaha. He is listed as a day to day.

Colorado College D Aaron Harstad (WPG) missed the Dec. 8 game versus Minnesota due to an upper body injury that he suffered the previous night (also against Minnesota). His current status is unknown.

UMass-Lowell G Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) posted his first collegiate shutout on Dec. 8 versus Northeastern.

Providence C/LW Mark Jankowski (CGY) missed the Dec. 7 game versus Boston College due to a hip injury. He is listed as week to week.

Correction: The goal that LW Nic Kerdiles (ANA) was originally credited for on Dec. 1 at Denver was given to teammate Jefferson Dahl after a further review. Kerdiles was credited with an assist on the goal. He was also credited with an assist on Derek Lee’s goal, giving Kerdiles his first two collegiate points.

Harvard G Steve Michalek (MIN) has left the program. He joined the USHL’s Cedar Rapids Roughriders on Nov. 27.

Denver LW Zac Larraza (PHO) missed the Dec. 7/8 series versus North Dakota due to illness. His current status is unknown.

Michigan Tech G Jamie Phillips (WPG) made his first collegiate start on Dec. 4 versus Northern Michigan.

Colgate D Jeremy Price (VAN) posted his first goal (a shorthanded tally that was also the game winner) in over a year on Dec. 7 versus UMass. His previous goal (a power play tally) came back on Dec. 3, 2011 versus St. Lawrence.

Wisconsin D Eddie Wittchow (FLA) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) on Dec. 8 versus Michigan Tech.




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: #Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 23 Points [11 Goals, 12 Assists]

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

Assists: #Erik Haula (MIN), Minnesota – 14

Power Play Goals: 4 each – ## Tony Cameranesi (TOR), Minnesota-Duluth and ##Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College

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: 15 Points each – **Joey LaLeggia (EDM), Denver [7 Goals, 8 Assists] and **Robbie Russo (NYI), Notre Dame [4 Goals, 11 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 19 Points [7 Goals, 12 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 10

Goals Against Average: #Jason Kasdorf (WPG), RPI – 1.46

Save Percentage: #Jason Kasdorf (WPG), RPI – .945

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .767

Shutouts: 2 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College; ##Sean Maguire (PIT), Boston University and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

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Week #11: For week ending Dec. 16, 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 Nic Kerdiles (Wisconsin) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
D Andy Welinski (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/LW Radoslav IIlo (Bemidji State) – 2 Assists

Buffalo Sabres
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) –1 Assist

Calgary Flames
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 1 Assist

Carolina Hurricanes
LW Phil Di Giuseppe (Michigan) – 1 Goal
C/LW Brendan Woods (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal

Chicago Blackhawks
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Drew Olson (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Dallas Stars
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG-GTG]; 1 Assist
D Dmitry Sinitsyn (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Goal [GWG]

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

Edmonton Oilers
D Kyle Bigos (Merrimack) – 2 Assists
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Assist
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = GWG]; 3 Assists
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) –1 Goal [PPG]
D R.J. Boyd (Michigan State) – 2 Assists
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist
D Eddie Wittchow (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

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

Minnesota Wild
LW Mario Lucia (Notre Dame) – 2 Assists
D Nick Seeler (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]; 4 Assists
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists

New Jersey Devils
C Blake Coleman (Miami) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 1 Goal
LW/RW Derek Rodwell (North Dakota) – 1 Goal

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Assist

G Cody Rosen (Clarkson) – 25 saves on 28 shots in loss to Mercyhurst on Dec. 15.

New York Rangers
C/RW Boo Nieves (Michigan) – 3 Assists

Ottawa Senators
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal
D Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Assists
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 2 Assists

Philadelphia Flyers
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist

G Anthony Stolarz (Nebraska-Omaha) – 6 saves on 7 shots in no decision versus Minnesota State-Mankato on Dec. 14; 27 saves on 28 shots in win over Minnesota State-Mankato on Dec. 15.

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

Pittsburgh Penguins
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Goal
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 3 Assists
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 2 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Assists

St. Louis Blues
D Jordan Schmaltz (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
D Luke Witkowski (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
C Brendan O’Donnell (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Goals; 2 Assists
D Andrew MacWilliam (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

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

Washington Capitals
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Goal [EN]; 2 Assists
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
D Brennan Serville (Michigan) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Peter Stoykewych (Colorado College) – 2 Assists

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 30 saves on 30 shots in shutout win over Harvard on Dec. 10.

G Jamie Phillips (Michigan Tech) – 9 saves on 10 shots in no decision versus North Dakota on Dec. 14.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Alaska, Boston College, Boston University, Brown, Colgate, Cornell, Dartmouth, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Northeastern, Princeton, Providence, Quinnipiac, RPI, and Union College




News & Notes

Harvard defensemen Max Everson (TOR) and Patrick McNally (VAN) have left the program amid an “academic scandal” according to The Crimson, Harvard’s student newspaper. The two players could potentially return to the program next season.

St. Cloud State C/LW Ben Hanowski (PIT) posted his 50th collegiate career goal on Dec. 15 versus Colorado College. The goal was the game-winner in the contest.

Update: Ohio State D Sam Jardine (CHI) remains out of the lineup and might be done for the season after suffering a deep laceration to his wrist last month.

Wisconsin LW Nic Kerdiles (ANA) posted his first two collegiate goals on Dec. 13 versus Alabama-Huntsville.

North Dakota RW Danny Kristo (MON) posted his 50th collegiate career goal on Dec. 15 versus Michigan Tech. The goal was the game-winner in the contest.

North Dakota LW/RW Derek Rodwell (NJ) posted his first goal in over a year on Dec. 14 versus Michigan Tech. His previous goal came back on Nov. 26, 2011 versus Colorado College.

Michigan sophomore D Brennan Serville (WPG) posted his first collegiate goal (the game-winner) on Dec. 15 versus Western Michigan.




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: 23 each – ## Nic Dowd (LAK), St. Cloud State [9 Goals, 14 Assists]; ##Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College [11 Goals, 12 Assists]; and ##Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota [8 Goals, 15 Assists]

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

Assists: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 15

Power Play Goals: 4 each – ## Tony Cameranesi (TOR), Minnesota-Duluth; ##Kevin Hayes (CHI), Boston College 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 – 16 Points [7 Goals, 9 Assists]

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

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 10

Goals Against Average: #Jason Kasdorf (WPG), RPI – 1.46

Save Percentage: #Jason Kasdorf (WPG), RPI – .945

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .767

Shutouts: 2 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence College; ## Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell; ##Sean Maguire (PIT), Boston University and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

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FYI everyone...

Due to most teams being off for the holiday break, Week #12 stats will be combined and posted with the Week #13 stats in two weeks.

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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

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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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Weeks #14: For week ending Jan. 6, 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
D Brian Cooper (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Assist
C/LW Radoslav Illo (Bemidji State) – 1 Assist
LW NIc Kerdiles (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist
LW Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
LW Colton Hargrove (Western Michigan) – 2 Goals
RW Alex Fallstrom (Harvard) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 3 Assists
C Ben Sexton (Clarkson) – 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal
D John Ramage (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal

Carolina Hurricanes
D Danny Biega (Harvard) – 1 Assist

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 2 Assists
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
D Thomas Larkin (Colgate) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 25 saves on 26 shots in win over Mercyhurst on Jan. 4.

Dallas Stars
C/LW Devin Shore (Maine) – 1 Assist

Detroit Red Wings
D Nick Jensen (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Edmonton Oilers
RW John McCarron (Cornell) – 1 Goal
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 1 Assist
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = GWG]; 4 Assists
D Michael Matheson (Boston College) – 3 Assists

Los Angeles Kings
LW Michael Mersch (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Joel Lowry (Cornell) – 1 Goal
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Minnesota Wild
LW/RW Anthony Hamburg (RIT) – 1 Goal

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
C/RW Dustin Walsh (Dartmouth) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist
D Josiah Didier (Denver) – 1 Assist
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Nashville Predators
C Chase Balisy (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
D Garrett Noonan (Boston University) – 1 Assist
C/LW Nick Oliver (St. Cloud State) – 1 Assist

Ottawa Senators
D Bryce Aneloski (Nebraska-Omaha) – 1 Goal [SHG]
D Michael Sdao (Princeton) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Philadelphia Flyers
RW Michael Parks (North Dakota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Assist

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Zac Larraza (Denver) – 1 Assist

Pittsburgh Penguins
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 4 Goals (includes HAT TRICK) [1 = SHG; 1 = PPG]
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Nick D’Agostino (Cornell) – 1 Assist

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 27 saves on 29 shots in win over RPI on Jan. 4.

St. Louis Blues
C Max Gardiner (Penn State) – 2 Assists
D Jordan Schmaltz (North Dakota) – 2 Assists

San Jose Sharks
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 2 Goals
C Colin Blackwell (Harvard) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 2 Assists
C Max Gaede (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Assist

Tampa Bay Lightning
C Matthew Peca (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]; 1 Assist

Toronto Maple Leafs
D Eric Knodel (New Hampshire) – 1 Goal

Vancouver Canucks
C/LW Joe LaBate (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 1 Assist

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

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 25 saves on 26 shots in win over Clarkson on Jan. 4.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Alaska, Miami, Michigan Tech, Minnesota, Minnesota-Duluth, Notre Dame and Ohio State

Teams in exhibition play only this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Brown and Michigan




News & Notes

Nebraska-Omaha RW Josh Archibald (PIT) posted his first collegiate hat trick on Jan. 4 versus Colorado College.

Update: Vermont C/LW Connor Brickley (FLA) has begun skating with the team again and could return to the lineup sometime this month.

Western Michigan LW Colton Hargrove (BOS) posted his first two collegiate goals on Jan. 4 versus Bemidji State.

Nebraska-Omaha C Tanner Lane (WPG) posted his first two collegiate goals on Jan. 4 versus Colorado College. His second goal was the game-winner.

RPI G Jason Kasdorf (WPG) missed the Jan. 4 game versus Boston University and the Jan. 5 game versus New Hampshire due to a shoulder injury that he suffered on Dec. 27 versus St. Cloud State. He is listed as week to week.

Cornell RW John McCarron (EDM) will miss the Jan. 18 game versus Union College after receiving a game-disqualification for “obscene language” on Jan. 5 versus Denver.

Colgate D Jeremy Price (VAN) posted his 50th career assist on Jan. 5 versus Sacred Heart.

Clarkson C Ben Sexton (BOS) will miss the Jan. 11 game versus Brown after receiving a game-disqualification for spearing on Jan. 5 versus UMass-Lowell.




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: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 29 [10 Goals, 19 Assists]

Goals: **Michael Mersch (LA), Wisconsin – 12

Assists: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 19

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 – 18 Points [7 Goals, 11 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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Weeks #15: For week ending Jan. 13, 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 Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 1 Goal
LW Nic Kerdiles (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

Boston Bruins
RW Alex Fallstrom (Harvard) – 1 Assist
D Matt Grzelyck (Boston University) – 1 Assist
D Rob O’Gara (Yale) – 1 Assist

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 21 saves on 24 shots in win over Colorado College on Jan. 12; 1 Assist

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
D Jake McCabe (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

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

G Jon Gillies (Providence College) – 26 saves on 30 shots in win over UMass on Jan. 11; 44 saves on 44 shots in shutout win over UMass on Jan. 12.

Carolina Hurricanes
D Danny Biega (Harvard) – 2 Assists
D Mark Alt (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Chicago Blackhawks
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Nick Mattson (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Paul Phillips (Denver) – 1 Goal [SHG]

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 3 Goals (no hat trick); 1 Assist
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 1 Goal
D Gus Young (Yale) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/RW Kevin Lynch (Michigan) – 1 Assist
D Mike Reilly (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 31 saves on 32 shots in tie with Northeastern on Jan. 11; 13 saves on 17 shots in loss to Merrimack on Jan. 12.

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

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

Edmonton Oilers
D Kyle Bigos (Merrimack) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Kellen Jones (Quinnipiac) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Dillon Simpson (North Dakota) – 3 Assists
C/LW Jujhar Khaira (Michigan Tech) – 1 Assist
D Joey LaLeggia (Denver) – 1 Assist

Florida Panthers
C Kyle Rau (Minnesota) – 4 Goals (includes HAT TRICK) [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 2 Goals [1 = SHG]; 1 Assist
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
D R.J. Boyd (Michigan State) – 1 Goal [GWG]
C/RW Zach Hyman (Michigan) – 1 Goal
C/LW Connor Brickley (Vermont) – 2 Assists
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 2 Assists
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Los Angeles Kings
D Derek Forbort (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
C Nick Shore (Denver) – 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = EN]; 2 Assists
C/RW Mark MacMillan (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
D Mac Bennett (Michigan) – 1 Assist
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist

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

New Jersey Devils
D Joe Faust (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal
D Jon Merrill (Michigan) – 2 Assists

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal [PPG-GWG]
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 4 Assists

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

Ottawa Senators
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
LW Jeff Costello (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal

Philadelphia Flyers
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Goal
RW Petr Placek (Harvard) – 1 Goal

Phoenix Coyotes
LW Zac Larraza (Denver) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = GWG]; 2 Assists

Pittsburgh Penguins
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = PPG-GWG]; 2 Assists
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]; 2 Assists
RW Josh Archibald (Nebraska-Omaha) – 2 Goals
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 37 saves on 38 shots in win over Merrimack on Jan. 11.

St. Louis Blues
RW Sam Kurker (Boston University) – 1 Assist
D Jordan Schmaltz (North Dakota) – 1 Assist
C/RW Max Tardy (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist

San Jose Sharks
LW Matt Nieto (Boston University) – 2 Goals; 2 Assists
C Danny O’Regan (Boston University) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 2 Assists
RW Chris Crane (Ohio State) – 2 Goals [1 = GWG]
C Colin Blackwell (Harvard) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C/RW Cody Ferriero (Northeastern) – 1 Assist
C Sean Kuraly (Miami) – 1 Assist

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

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 22 saves on 23 shots in win over Notre Dame on Jan. 8; 17 saves on 20 shots in win over Alaska-Anchorage on Jan. 11; 10 saves on 11 shots in win over Alaska-Anchorage on Jan. 12.

Toronto Maple Leafs
C Tony Cameranesi (Minnesota-Duluth) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG]; 1 Assist
D Dennis Robertson (Brown) – 1 Assist

Vancouver Canucks
C/LW Wesley Myron (Boston University) – 1 Goal
C/LW Joe LaBate (Wisconsin) – 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Goal [SHG]; 1 Assist
C Travis Boyd (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

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

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 21 saves on 23 shots in win over Vermont on Jan. 11.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Bemidji State, Colgate, Cornell and St. Cloud State

Teams in exhibition play only this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Penn State




News & Notes

Michigan D Mac Bennett (MON) missed the Jan. 11 & 12 series versus Alaska due to a leg injury he suffered in the Jan. 8 game versus Bowling Green. He is listed as week to week.

Merrimack D Kyle Bigos (EDM) set a new school and Hockey East record for career penalty minutes with 415 on Jan. 11 versus Boston University. He broke Merrimack’s old record of 400 that was set back in 1996 and broke Hockey East’s old record of 406 that was set back in 1989. As of this posting, Bigos has 417 career penalty minutes.

Michigan State D R.J. Boyd (FLA) posted his first goal (the game-winner) in over two years and his first as a Spartan on Jan. 12 versus Notre Dame. His last goal, while with Sacred Heart, was posted back on Nov. 13, 2010 versus Robert Morris.

Notre Dame LW Jeff Costello (OTT) missed the Jan. 11 & 12 series versus Michigan State due to an undisclosed injury that he suffered on Jan. 8 versus Minnesota. His current status is unknown.

Wisconsin D Joe Faust (NJ) posted his first goal in over a year on Jan. 11 versus Minnesota State-Mankato. His last goal (the game-winner) came back on Oct. 22, 2011 versus North Dakota.

North Dakota G Zane Gothberg (BOS) posted his first collegiate point (an assist) on Jan. 12 versus Colorado College.

Denver D Paul Phillips (CHI) posted his first goal (shorthanded) in over a year on Jan. 12 versus Nebraska-Omaha. His last goal came back on Oct. 28, 2011 versus Michigan Tech.

Maine D/F Nick Pryor (ANA) missed the Jan. 11 game versus Northeastern and the Jan. 12 game versus Merrimack due to a concussion. His current status is unknown.

Minnesota C Kyle Rau (FLA) posted his first career hat trick, which included the game-winning power play goal, on Jan. 12 versus Alaska-Anchorage.

Michigan D Brennan Serville (WPG) missed the Jan. 11 & 12 series versus Alaska due to a concussion he suffered in the Jan. 8 game versus Bowling Green. He is listed as week to week.

Nebraska-Omaha G Anthony Stolarz (PHI) has left the team to sign with the London Knights (OHL).




Prospects stats leaders

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


Points: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 31 [10 Goals, 21 Assists]

Goals: 13 each – ##Josh Archibald (PIT), Nebraska-Omaha; ##Danny Kristo (MON), North Dakota and ##Kyle Rau (FLA), Minnesota

Assists: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 21

Power Play Goals: #Kyle Rau (FLA), Minnesota – 6

Shorthanded Goals: 2 each – ##Chase Balisy (NSH), Western Michigan; ##Wade Megan (FLA), Boston University and ## Matthew Peca (TB), Quinnipiac

Game-winning Goals: *Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 6

Defenseman Scoring: #Joey LaLeggia (EDM), Denver – 19 Points [7 Goals, 12 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 24 Points [9 Goals, 15 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 15

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

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

Winning Percentage: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – .825

Shutouts: 3 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

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Tampa fan here:

Can somebody that has seen Wilcox play this season give me a short impression? Is he really that good right now or is it because of his great team?

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I know it's universally understood, but I still felt the need to reiterate that this thread is the bee's knees.

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Tampa fan here:

Can somebody that has seen Wilcox play this season give me a short impression? Is he really that good right now or is it because of his great team?
It is both. Wilcox is playing really, really well this year; and he is benefitting from playing on the best team in the nation (I hate saying that too, as I'm a Wisconsin fan)

Yes its early, but Wilcox looks like he might be a solid goalie. I haven't seen any crazt-out-of-this-world saves from him, but then again his team is normally in control, so its not needed.

I think if you search for a Minnesota Gophers thread, you might find even more people to talk about him.

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Weeks #16: For week ending Jan. 20, 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 Kevin Roy (Northeastern) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists

Boston Bruins
RW Brian Ferlin (Cornell) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
D Matt Grzelyck (Boston University) – 1 Assist

G Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) – 31 saves on 35 shots in tie with Minnesota on Jan. 19.

Buffalo Sabres
RW Christian Isackson (Minnesota) – 1 Assist

Calgary Flames
C Bill Arnold (Boston College) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Matt DeBlouw (Michigan State) – 1 Goal
LW Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) – 5 Assists
C/LW Mark Jankowski (Providence College) – 1 Assist
LW Nick Larson (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

G Jon Gillies (Providence College) – 48 saves on 50 shots in loss to UMass-Lowell on Jan. 17; 37 saves on 42 shots in win over New Hampshire on Jan. 19.

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

Chicago Blackhawks
C/RW Kevin Hayes (Boston College) – 4 Assists
D Sam Jardine (Ohio State) – 3 Assists
D Stephen Johns (Notre Dame) – 2 Assists
D/F Joe Gleason (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

Colorado Avalanche
C Nate Condon (Minnesota) – 2 Goals [1 = SHG; 1 = GTG]; 3 Assists
C Luke Moffatt (Michigan) – 2 Goals
D Gus Young (Yale) – 1 Assist

Columbus Blue Jackets
C T.J. Tynan (Notre Dame) – 2 Goals [1 = PPG; 1 = SHG]; 2 Assists
RW Seth Ambroz (Minnesota) – 2 Assists

G Martin Ouellette (Maine) – 25 saves on 26 shots in tie with Merrimack on Jan. 18; 25 saves on 28 shots in loss to Merrimack on Jan. 19; 1 Assist.

Dallas Stars
LW Alex Guptill (Michigan) – 1 Goal [EN]; 1 Assist
LW Curtis McKenzie (Miami) – 1 Goal [GWG]

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

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

Florida Panthers
C Nick Bjugstad (Minnesota) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C Rocco Grimaldi (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C Corban Knight (North Dakota) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
C/LW Wade Megan (Boston University) – 1 Goal
RW Joe Basaraba (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Assist
C/RW Zach Hyman (Michigan) – 1 Assist

G Sam Brittain (Denver) – 31 saves on 36 shots in loss to St. Cloud State on Jan. 19.

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

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

Montreal Canadiens
RW Danny Kristo (North Dakota) – 1 Goal
C/LW Mike Cichy (Western Michigan) – 1 Assist

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

New Jersey Devils
LW Blake Pietila (Michigan Tech) – 3 Goals (no hat trick) [1 = PPG; 1 = GTG]; 1 Assist
D Curtis Gedig (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Jon Merrill (Michigan) – 1 Assist
LW/RW Derek Rodwell (North Dakota) – 1 Assist

New York Islanders
C Anders Lee (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
D Scott Mayfield (Denver) – 1 Assist
D Robbie Russo (Notre Dame) – 1 Assist

New York Rangers
C/RW Boo Nieves (Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]

Ottawa Senators
LW Max McCormick (Ohio State) – 1 Goal [PPG]
C Ryan Dzingel (Ohio State) – 3 Assists

Philadelphia Flyers
RW Michael Parks (North Dakota) – 1 Goal [PPG]
D Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College) – 2 Assists
D Mark Alt (Minnesota) – 1 Assist
D Nick Luukko (Vermont) – 1 Assist

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

Pittsburgh Penguins
C/LW Ben Hanowski (St. Cloud State) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
RW Bryan Rust (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal; 2 Assists
C Teddy Blueger (Minnesota State-Mankato) – 1 Goal
LW Kenny Agostino (Yale) – 2 Assists
C/LW Scott Wilson (UMass-Lowell) – 2 Assists

G Sean Maguire (Boston University) – 32 saves on 28 shots in loss to Northeastern on Jan. 18.

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

Tampa Bay Lightning
RW Brian Hart (Harvard) – 1 Goal; 1 Assist
D Luke Witkowski (Western Michigan) – 1 Goal [PPG]

G Adam Wilcox (Minnesota) – 24 saves on 25 shots in win over North Dakota on Jan. 18; 22 saves on 26 shots in tie with North Dakota on Jan. 19.

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

Vancouver Canucks
C/LW Joe LaBate (Wisconsin) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
D Jeremy Price (Colgate) – 1 Goal [PPG]; 1 Assist

Washington Capitals
C Caleb Herbert (Minnesota-Duluth) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 1 Assist
RW Austin Wuthrich (Notre Dame) – 1 Goal
RW Riley Barber (Miami) – 1 Assist

Winnipeg Jets
RW Vinny Saponari (Northeastern) – 1 Goal [GWG]; 2 Assists
D Peter Stoykewych (Colorado College) – 1 Goal [GWG]
D Jacob Trouba (Michigan) – 1 Goal [GWG]

G Connor Hellebuyck (UMass-Lowell) – 31 saves on 32 shots in win over Providence College on Jan. 17.

G Jason Kasdorf (RPI) – 32 saves on 33 shots in win over Colgate on Jan. 18; 34 saves on 36 shots in win over Cornell on Jan. 19.




Teams idle this week (only teams with NHL prospects are included): Nebraska-Omaha, Quinnipiac and Princeton




News & Notes

Minnesota D Mark Alt (PHI) had his NHL rights traded from the Carolina Hurricanes to the Philadelphia Flyers on Jan. 13.

New Hampshire C/LW Greg Burke (WSH) missed the Jan. 19 game versus Providence College due to a head injury that he suffered in the Jan. 12 versus Boston College. His current status is unknown.

Ohio State D Curtis Gedig (NJ) posted his first goal (on the power play) in over a year on Jan. 19 versus Northern Michigan. His last goal came back on Dec. 30, 2011 versus Robert Morris.

St. Cloud State C/LW Ben Hanowski’s (PIT) goal in the Jan. 19 game versus Denver was the 100th point of his collegiate career.

Notre Dame C Anders Lee’s (NYI) second assist in the Jan. 18 game versus Alaska was the 100th point of his collegiate career.

Boston College D Michael Matheson (FLA) suffered an upper body injury on Jan. 19 versus Northeastern. His current status is unknown.

Boston University D Garrett Noonan (NSH) will miss the Jan. 25 game versus Providence College after receiving a game-disqualification for spearing on Jan. 19 versus UMass-Lowell.

St. Cloud State C/LW Nick Oliver (NSH) posted his first goal (an empty-netter) in over a year on Jan. 18 versus Denver. His last goal came back on Dec. 3, 2011 versus Bemidji State.

Colorado College sophomore D Peter Stoykewych (WPG) posted his first collegiate goal (the game-winner) on Jan. 19 versus Minnesota-Duluth.

Dartmouth C/RW Dustin Walsh (MON) missed the Jan. 18 versus Brown and the Jan. 19 versus Yale due to an undisclosed injury he suffered on Jan. 5 versus Princeton. He is listed as day to day.

Wisconsin D Eddie Wittchow (FLA) missed the Jan. 18 & 19 series versus Miami due to a shoulder injury. He is listed as week to week.




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: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 33 [11 Goals, 22 Assists]

Goals: #Danny Kristo (MON), North Dakota – 14

Assists: #Corban Knight (FLA), North Dakota – 22

Power Play Goals: #Kyle Rau (FLA), Minnesota – 6

Shorthanded Goals: 2 each – ##Chase Balisy (NSH), Western Michigan; ##Wade Megan (FLA), Boston University and ## Matthew Peca (TB), Quinnipiac

Game-winning Goals: *Johnny Gaudreau (CGY), Boston College – 6

Defenseman Scoring: #Joey LaLeggia (EDM), Denver – 20 Points [8 Goals, 12 Assists]

Rookie Scoring: *Riley Barber (WSH), Miami – 25 Points [9 Goals, 16 Assists]

Goaltender Wins: #Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota – 16

Goals Against Average: #Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell – 1.54

Save Percentage: #Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell – .944

Winning Percentage: #Connor Hellebuyck (WPG), UMass-Lowell – .857

Shutouts: 3 each – ##Jon Gillies (CGY), Providence and ##Adam Wilcox (TB), Minnesota

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