Boo Nieves and the Michigan Wolverines kicked off the 2013-2014 season with a win, beating the #4 Boston College Golden Eagles by a score of 3-1. Nieves was held scoreless in the opener as he looks to build upon his strong rookie campaign. Nieves was the only prospect in action tonight.
Boo Nieves (Michigan Wolverines, W 3-1): 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, Even
Anthony Duclair had a three point night for the Quebec Remparts tonight, notching a pair of goals and an assist –all on the powerplay– in Quebec’s 4-2 victory. Duclair has had a hot start to the season, with a line of 7-4-11 in 8 games.
Troy Donnay (Erie Otters, OHL; W 3-2): 0 G, 1 A, 2 PIM, Even
Thomas Spelling continues his solid start for SønderjyskE in the Danish league Hockeyligaen, notching a powerplay goal and a -1 rating in the 3-1 victory this afternoon. In six games this season, Spelling has a line of 3-5-8. However it is worth noting that the league is not of the greatest competition, so take his stats with a grain of salt until he can play against some better opponents.
Calle Andersson was the only other prospect in action last night. See below for the scoring lines.
Thomas Spelling (SønderjyskE, Hockeyligaen; W 3-1): 1 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, -1
Calle Andersson (Malmo, HockeyAllsvenskan; W 3-0): 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, Even
In a bit of a rare move, Pavel Buchnevich played just 5 shifts for 3:19 TOI in Severstal’s 3-2 loss Sibir in the KHL. Buchnevich, who had been averaging around 12 minutes of ice time per game, did not play a shift after the first period. Alex Nunn noted that Severstal’s coach said he was “giving Buchnevich a break.” Bucnevich was the only prospect in action tonight.
Dylan McIlrath notched his first professional goal, scoring the eventual game winner in Hartford’s 4-3 win over the Albany Devils. McIlrath scored 4:36 into the third period, and the goal held up as the winner. J.T. Miller (2 goals, 1 assist), Chris Kreider (1 goal), and Danny Kristo (2 assists) also had strong games.
Up north, Anthony Duclair and MacKenzie Skapski were in action for their respective CHL teams. Overseas, Calle Andersson notched an assist in Malmo’s 4-2 victory. Be sure to check after the jump for all the scoring lines for the prospects in action today/tonight.
Anthony Duclair (Quebec, QMJHL; OTL 3-2 ): 0 G, 1 A, 4 PIM, Even
Took a slashing penalty with 4 minutes left in the game that allowed Blainville-Boisbriand to tie the game.
The Hartford Wolfpack kicked off their 2013-2014 season tonight, losing in a shootout to the Norfolk Admirals. Danny Kristo and Darroll Powe had the goals for the Wolfpack, with Micheal Haley, Chris Kreider, Brandon Mashinter, and captain Aaron Johnson notching assists. It is worth noting that Johnson was the captain, with Haley and Powe serving as the alternates. They may not be the most important players in the system, but they are clearly the guys the coaching staff will lean on to teach the young kids. These are three veterans that have the NHL experience to show these kids what it takes to make it to the show.
Troy Donnay (Erie, OHL; W 8-4): 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, -2
Anthony Duclair (Quebec, QMJHL; 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, -1
MacKenzie Skapski (Kootenay, WHL; W 4-2): 28 shots, 26 saves
Thomas Spelling continued his high scoring ways, notching a pair of assists in SønderjyskE’s 8-5 win in the Danish Hockeyligaen. Spelling now has a line of 2-5-7 in 5 games this season, which is tied for fourth on the team. MacKenzie Skapski and Ryan Graves were also in action tonight in the CHL.
Thomas Spelling (SønderjyskE, Hockeyligaen; W 8-5): 0 G, 2 A, 12 PIMs, +2
Pavel Buchnevich was the only Rangers prospect in action today, returning to the ice after a one game hiatus due to unknown reasons. Buchnevich was held scoreless in 9:39 of ice time over 11 shifts. Buchnevich also finished with a -1 rating. See below for the full scoring line for Buchnevich.
Pavel Buchnevich (Severstal, KHL; L 3-1): 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, -1
Calle Andersson (4th, 2012) and Ryan Graves (4th, 2013) were both in action tonight. Both were held off the scoreboard in their games, but Graves did take two penalties in the second period. One was for checking from behind, the other for holding. Chatlottetown was able to kill off both calls. Be sure to check below for the scoring lines for both prospects in action.
Ryan Graves (Charlottetown Islanders, QMJHL; W 4-3): 0 G, 0 A, 4 PIM, Even
Calle Andersson (Malmo Redhawks, HockeyAllsvenskan; L 3-2): 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, Even
Pavel Buchnevich (2013, 3rd) was a late scratch for Severstal of the KHL in their 3-1 loss this afternoon. It is still unknown why he was a late scratch, but it is likely due to some minor or lingering issue. It is something that will be monitored to check the severity. Two other prospects (Tomas Spelling, Anthony Duclair) were also in action tonight. Be sure to check below for their scoring lines for their games.
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Anthony Duclair (Quebec Ramparts, QMJHL; L 4-1): 0 G, 0 A 2 PIM, -2
Pavel Buchnevich (Severstal, KHL; L 3-1): Did not play, was a late scratch