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04-06-2013, 01:03 AM
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Barrie posted 4 goals for the second game in a row as Lucas Lessio and the rest of the Generals fell 4-1 to drop to 0-2 in the series. No points for Lucas as Scott Laughton recorded Oshawa's only goal unassisted.

Kitchener fell 4-1 as well, with Tobias Rieder going scoreless in the loss.

Rouyn-Noranda thrashed Quebec 6-1. Mathieu Brisebois didn't record any points, but he was a +3 with 1 hit and 2 tripping minors.

Edmonton beat Medicine Hat 4-1. No points and a -1 for Henrik. Langhamer was on the bench again.

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Mathieu Brisebois was the only prospect in action Saturday, the Huskies' defenseman was pointless and a -2 as Rouyn-Noranda fell 4-2 and in his defense one of the goals he was on for was an empty netter. Rouyn and Quebec are tied 1-1 now.

Sunday wasn't a good night to be an OHL Coyotes prospect. Barrie netted 4 goals for the third consecutive time, this time shutting out Lucas Lessio and the Generals to go up 3-0 in the series.

Kitchener was shut out as well, falling to London 2-0 to fall to 2-0 in the series.

Henrik Samuelsson scored a power play goal, tipping a point shot in for what would be the game winner. Edmonton won 2-0 to take the 2-0 series lead.

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Only one game tonight, Kitchener's offense finally came to life as they destroyed London 6-2 to record their first victory of the second round. Tobias Rieder had three assists in the game and was named the second star of the night. The Rangers now trail 2-1.

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Barrie completed the sweep over Oshawa, winning all four games by scoring 4 goals in every game. Lucas Lessio had no points in the second round as the number of Coyotes prospects still alive dwindles to three.

Mathieu Brisebois had an assist in Rouyn-Noranda's 5-2 victory over Quebec to improve to 2-1 in the series. He also had 4 shots and was even for the game.

Henrik Samuelsson had the first two goals of the game to open the floodgates as Edmonton destroyed Medicine Hat 9-2. The good/bad news is that Marek Langhamer made his first appearance in the playoffs. Lanigan gave up 4 shots on 27 games before getting pulled, while Marek gave up 5 goals on 30 shots, a .833 SV%.

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Good night to be a Coyotes prospect!

Tobias Rieder had a goal and an assist in Kitchener's unfortunate 4-3 OT loss. The Rangers now trail the series 3-1 with game 5 Friday in London.

Mathieu Brisebois set up Gabriel Desjardins for a power play goal in the 1st and was on the ice for three of the Huskies' four other goals. Rouyn-Noranda won 5-4 in OT to take a 3-1 series lead over Quebec.

And Henrik Samuelsson had a three point night, setting up Trevor Cheek and scoring two goals(one empty netter) to finish off the Medicine Hat Tigers. Langhamer joins the growing list of eliminated Coyotes prospects as only three remain.

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Andy Miele is a center, you guys have him listed as a defenseman. Not trying to be a stickler, just letting y'all know.

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Andy Miele is a center, you guys have him listed as a defenseman. Not trying to be a stickler, just letting y'all know.
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Tobias was scratched as Kitchener lost the game and series 4-1. He wasn't a healthy scratch but I can't find a word on why he was out. Will update if I get any info. We're down to two Yotes prospects.

And fortunately both of those prospects are onto the semi-finals. Rouyn-Noranda thrashed Quebec 6-1 to eliminate the Remparts in 5 games. Mathieu Brisebois had a power play goal and an assist, 1 penalty, 2 hits, 1 shot, and was a +2. The Huskies will play the juggernaut Halifax Mooseheads as they will look to hand the moose their first loss this postseason.


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And while I'm at it let's recap all the players that have been eliminated so far:

Connor Murphy:


Tobias Rieder:
9GP 2G 10A 12P +2 4PIM 1PPG 1SHG

Lucas Lessio:
9GP 1G 2A 3P -2 20PIM

Andrew Fritsch:
6GP 0G 2A 2P -3 8PIM

James Melindy
5GP 0G 0A 0P -1 4PIM

Maxime Villemaire
4GP 2G 0A 2P -6 13PIM 1PPG .451 FO%

Marek Langhamer
1GP 0-0-0 7.83GAA .833SV%

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And while I'm at it let's recap all the players that have been eliminated so far:

Connor Murphy:


Tobias Rieder:
9GP 2G 10A 12P +2 4PIM 1PPG 1SHG

Lucas Lessio:
9GP 1G 2A 3P -2 20PIM

Andrew Fritsch:
6GP 0G 2A 2P -3 8PIM

James Melindy
5GP 0G 0A 0P -1 4PIM

Maxime Villemaire
4GP 2G 0A 2P -6 13PIM 1PPG .451 FO%

Marek Langhamer
1GP 0-0-0 7.83GAA .833SV%
We really need to add some prospects with offensive skill to our pool. Samuelsson and Rieder are the only forwards in the system that have more than 40 point potential IMO.

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We really need to add some prospects with offensive skill to our pool. Samuelsson and Rieder are the only forwards in the system that have more than 40 point potential IMO.
Lessio as well but your point is valid.

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Just a few tidbits, some of this is a few days old:

-Henrik Samuelsson named WHL Player of the Week for his 5 points (4G, 1) in the Oil Kings' last two games against Medicine Hat.

-Tobias Rieder signed his ELC and reported to Phoenix to get his broken hand re-evaluated.

-Lucas Lessio reported to Portland following the end of Oshawa's playoff run. He's played in two games, Sunday was a pointless -1, and tonight(Tuesday) he set up Chris Brown's power play goal before scoring the tying goal with less than a minute left in the third.

-Edmonton will begin the Eastern Conference Finals against Calgary on Thursday.

-Rouyn-Noranda will play the currently undefeated Halifax Moosehead in the QMJHL semi-finals starting Saturday.

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Henrik Samuelsson extended his goal streak to four games Thursday night in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals. With the Oil Kings Trailing 2-1, Henrik scored the Oil Kings' first(and only) power play goal of the night to tie the game with seven minutes left in the third period.

The Oil King took that momentum into overtime and looked like they had the game won seconds into the extra frame but a Curtis Lazar shot hit off the post and out, and within a minute the Hitmen stole game one with a Brady Brassart goal.

Game two is in Edmonton tomorrow as the Oil Kings look to rebound from a frustrating loss where they outshot Calgary 35-19 but lose 3-2 in OT.

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Henrik's goal streak went to five games as he opened the scoring with a goal. He then proceeded to add two assists in the Oil Kings' 6-0 rout of the Hitmen to tie the series at 1-1.

He's already tied his scoring total for the 2012 playoffs in 6 less games. Last year he was 4-10-14 in 17 games, this year he's already 8-6-14 in 11 games. That's the kind of progress you like seeing year from year.


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Mathieu Brisebois and the Huskies gave the powerhouse Mooseheads their toughest challenge yet, but it wasn't enough to give the loaded squad their first loss.

Mathieu picked up an assist but also gave Halifax a penalty shot on a slash which Jonathan Drouin scored on. The Huskies tied the game at 4 early in the 3rd period but the Moosehead wound up scoring two more to win 6-4.

EDIT: Elsewhere, James Melindy made his AHL debut with Portland and was a +1 in the Pirates' 5-1 win.


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Another game and unfortunately another win for the Mooseheads. The Huskies continued to challenge the clear cut favorites to win the QMJHL though, taking a 4-2 lead in the 1st and holding on to it till the last 7 minutes of the game.

Rouyn-Noranda had a power play in the last minute of regulation, but failed to convert as it carried into overtime. Frustration then began to mount in the huskies with Mathieu Brisebois taking a roughing penalty on Drouin and Allan Caron hit MacKinnon from behind fifteen seconds later. From there it was only a question of which of the potent offensive weapons of Halifax would end the game, and it wound up being Martin Frk getting the 5 on 3 game winner.

Brisebois had an assist, 2 shots on net, 1 hit, the aforementioned roughing penalty and was an even plus/minus.

Melindy and Lessio both appeared in the Pirates' 4-1 loss. Lessio appeared in 5 games for Portland with 1 goal, 1 assist, and 11 shots while Melindy made 2 appearances with 0 points and an even +/-

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Not a good night at all to be a Coyotes prospect in the CHL.

Mathieu Brisebois' five game point streak ended, but Halifax's win streak didn't. The Huskies opened the scoring before falling behind 2-1, only to tie it up with four minutes left in the third. Halifax's wonderkids then ended it with four minutes left in overtime as Drouin scored assisted by MacKinnon and Frk to take a 3-0 series lead. Mathieu was a -2 as he was on the ice for all three of the Mooseheads' goals and just one of Rouyn-Noranda's.

Edmonton also scored first, but then Calgary exploded for five straight goals. Curtis Lazar stopped the bleeding off a Henrik Samuelsson feed, but it wasn't enough as the Oil King fell 5-2, falling to 2-1 in the series.

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Am I the only one that can't seem to find Samuelsson or Rieder's contracts on capgeek?


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Am I the only one that can't seem to find Samuelsson or Reader's contracts on capgeek?
Neither one has been signed to an ELC yet.

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Neither one has been signed to an ELC yet.
Both have:

Samuelsson
http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=659667

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I'm seeing both on capgeek now under non-roster players, weren't added until today it appears.

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Both have:

Samuelsson
http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=659667

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http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=665927

I'm seeing both on capgeek now under non-roster players, weren't added until today it appears.
I see that now. I missed the news they had signed.

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Hey guys, I just got back from the Hitmen game (I was there last night too) and just wanted to comment on Samuelsson's game. The guy is a terrific skater (both nights I thought he was arguably the smoothest skater on the ice), he handles the puck well (goes to the toe drag a little too often, but he's confident which is great), he's a fantastic pk'er, but he wasn't exactly an offensive dynamo--if he can put things together offensively this is going to be a really good player.

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Hey guys, I just got back from the Hitmen game (I was there last night too) and just wanted to comment on Samuelsson's game. The guy is a terrific skater (both nights I thought he was arguably the smoothest skater on the ice), he handles the puck well (goes to the toe drag a little too often, but he's confident which is great), he's a fantastic pk'er, but he wasn't exactly an offensive dynamo--if he can put things together offensively this is going to be a really good player.
Considering the major knock against him when he was drafted was his skating, this is the most encouraging thing I've heard all season.

And I've noticed that with his offense, he can get multi-point games but it seems like his line is hardly involved in the scoring in the games where the Oil Kings go off for 5-7 goals. Is it something he's doing wrong? Or Lazar? Or is it just the matchups other teams are playing against them?

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