Bruins Prospects Roundup Week 8

New England Hockey Journal

The week of November 25 - December 1

NCAA

Matt Benning (Northeastern University)

Northeastern won the Shillelagh Tournament after a 1-1 shootout victory (officially recorded as a tie) over Colton Hargrove's Western Michigan and a 3-2 win over hosts Notre Dame. Benning had three shots on the weekend.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
2 0 0 0 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
15 1 4 5 12

Brian Ferlin (Cornell University)

Cornell's lone game this week was the Red Hot Hockey event at Madison Square Garden. In a very unusual game, Cornell lost to Grzelcyk's BU 3-2. Ferlin had six shots and an assist on Cornell's first.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
1 0 1 1 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
11 6 7 13 0

Ryan Fitzgerald (Boston College)

Despite outshooting Holy Cross 38-18, BC suffered a 5-4 loss to the Crusaders, its first ever loss to an opponent in Atlantic Hockey. Ryan Fitzgerald jump-started BC's unsuccessful third period comeback with a goal.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
1 1 0 1 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
14 7 7 14 8

Zane Gothberg (University of North Dakota)

North Dakota split its series against St. Lawrence with a 5-2 loss and a 3-2 win. Gothberg was in net for the victory, stopping 25 of 27. The NoDak goalie carousel continues.

This week:

GP W L T GA SV SO
1 1 0 0 2 25 0

Season:

GP W L T GA GAA SV SV% SO
10 3 5 2 24 2.75 237 .908 0

Matt Grzelcyk (Boston University)

BU left MSG with a 3-2 win over Cornell at Ret Hot Hockey after scoring three goals on 11 shots. Grzelcyk had an assist on the game winner.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
1 0 1 1 2

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
14 1 6 7 10

Colton Hargrove (Western Michigan University)

Western Michigan took part in the Shillelagh Tournament, losing in a shootout to Northeastern (officially a 1-1 tie) and defeating Alabama-Huntsville 1-0 in the consolation game. Hargrove had three shots this weekend.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
2 0 0 0 2

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
13 3 5 8 12

Rob O'Gara (Yale University)

Yale defeated Merrimack 3-2 in overtime in its lone game this week. O'Gara had the Bulldogs' second goal. He also experienced some pretty terrifying events when Yale's campus was locked down after a gun threat was called in. Most importantly, no one was injured and O'Gara was our man on the streets:

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
1 1 0 1 2

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
10 2 2 4 14

Ben Sexton (Clarkson University)

Clarkson played an exhibition game winning 6-2 over Queens. Sexton had the game winner. He also got himself a Christmas tree:

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
0 0 0 0 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
13 3 10 13 39

GOJHL

Mitch Dempsey (Kitchener Dutchmen)

This week the Dutchmen defeated Stratford 2-1, Brantford 4-1 and Cambridge 5-4. The team's now won 22 straight games. Dempsey amassed 14 penalty minutes in the first two games, including a game misconduct against Brantford. He did not play against Cambridge as a result.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
2 0 0 0 14

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
7 0 5 5 20

ECHL

Adam Morrison (South Carolina Stingrays)

The Stingrays were perfect on the week winning 7-0 and 4-0 against Toledo (hi Hannu Toivonen) and 3-2 in overtime against Kalamazoo. Morrison did not see any action again this week as he is still out with an injury.

This week:

GP W L T GA SV SO
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Season:

GP W L T GA GAA SV SV% SO
2 2 0 0 7 3.36 53 .883 0

Europe

Linus Arnesson (Djurgardens)

Djurgardens aka Animal Gardens aka Mesta Mästarna, Stockholms Stolthet, split this week's games winning 2-1 over Södertälje and losing 2-1 to Anton Blidh's Karlskrona. Djurgardens sits ninth in the table.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
2 0 0 0 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
23 0 3 3 30

Anton Blidh (Frölunda - on loan at Karlskrona)

Karlskrona won both of this week's games, 6-1 over Timra and 2-1 over Arnesson's Djurgardens. They're currently second in the HockeyAllsvenskan table and are a point out of first with a game in hand.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
2 0 0 0 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
26 9 7 16 16

Peter Cehlarik (Luleå)

Luleå defeated Frölunda 3-2 and lost 2-1 to MODO and 3-2 to Brynäs this week. Cehlarik, now on the third line, contributed an assist in both of the first two games.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
2 0 2 2 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
28 5 10 15 8

Maxim Chudinov (SKA Saint Petersburg)

SKA played one game this week and defeated Atlant Moscow Region 4-1. Chudinov had a goal and an assist in the victory. They remain tops in the KHL and are six points clear.

This week:

GP G A Pts PIM
1 1 1 2 0

Season:

GP G A Pts PIM
30 6 5 14 32


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