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Thursday 2/26
OHL
 
Plymouth defeated Sarnia 6-3
Connor Chatham RW: E, 2 PIM (Tripping)
Season: 45 GP 16-19-35, E, 49 PIM
 
-- 1 goal over his last 5 games after a 6 game scoring streak where he had 9 points. 10 points in his last 11 games.

I'd rather see it phrased like this, lol.

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Friday 2/27

QMJHL

Drummondville lost to Rouyn-Noranda 6-3

Anthony Brodeur G: 28 Saves on 31 Shots in 45:29 (relief)

 

OHL

North Bay defeated Kitchener 5-1

Ryan Kujawinski C: Assist, E

 

Plymouth lost to Sarnia 3-2 (OT)

Connor Chatham RW: Assist (PP), -1

 

WHL

Brandon lost to Kootenay 3-2 (SO)

John Quenneville C: E, 2 PIM (High Sticking)

 

Kamloops defeated Victoria 4-2

Ryan Rehill D: +2

 

NCAA

Miami defeated Denver 5-3

Blake Coleman C: E, 4 Shots, 1 Block, 9/18 Faceoffs

 

Michigan Tech tied Minnesota State 1-1

Blake Pietila C: E, 2 Shots, 13/18 Faceoffs

 

Harvard lost to Quinnipiac 5-2

Alexander Kerfoot C: -1, 2 Shots, 10/19 Faceoffs

 

Boston College defeated Notre Dame 2-0

Steve Santini D: E, 2 Shots, 2 Blocks

 

Michigan State defeated Minnesota 4-2

Joshua Jacobs D: E, 2 PIM (Holding), 2 Shots, 1 Block

 

USHL

Dubuque defeated Bloomington 5-2

Joey Dudek C: -1, 2 PIM (Holding), 2 Shots

 

KHL Playoffs

Dinamo Minsk defeated Jokerit 3-2 (OT) (Lead Series 1-0)

Artur Gavrus LW: DNP

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Saturday 2/28

QMJHL

Drummondville lost to Val-d'Or 4-1

Anthony Brodeur G: 31 Saves on 35 Shots

 

OHL

North Bay lost to Niagara 5-2

Ryan Kujawinski C: Goal, Assist, +2

 

-- 4 game scoring streak: 3 goals and 5 assists.

 

Plymouth defeated Ottawa 3-1

Connor Chatham RW: +1

 

Barrie defeated Mississauga 5-2

Joseph Blandisi C: Goal (PP), E, 2 PIM (Roughing)* 3rd Star

 

-- 100 points in 60 games.

 

WHL

Brandon defeated Kootenay 6-4

John Quenneville C: E

 

-- 1 goal over his last 14 games, 3 goals over his last 22 games (10 assists during that time).

 

Kamloops defeated Vancouver 6-3

Ryan Rehill D: +3

 

NCAA

Miami lost to Denver 6-2

Blake Coleman C: -1, 2 PIM (Holding), 2 Shots, 10/18 Faceoffs

 

-- If you're wondering about JR D Nolan Zajac on Denver: 32 GP 5-17-22, +8, 16 PIM, 7.35 SH%, 2.13 SH/GP

 

Michigan Tech lost to Minnesota State 4-2

Blake Pietila C: E, 5 Shots, 12/22 Faceoffs

 

-- No goals in his last 7 games.

 

Harvard defeated Princeton 5-0

Alexander Kerfoot C: E, 2 Shots, 8/16 Faceoffs

 

Boston College lost to Notre Dame 3-1

Steve Santini D: -2, 3 Shots

 

USHL

Dubuque lost to Waterloo 5-3

Joey Dudek C: DNP

 

-- Wouldn't be surprised if he was a healthy scratch.

 

KHL

Dinamo Minsk lost to Jokerit 4-1 (Series Tied 1-1)

Artur Gavrus LW: DNP

 

USHS

Noble & Greenough

Miles Wood LW: 16 GP 15-16-31

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Eh, 6th round. 152nd overall. Pretty much what you'd expect at that point.

TBH, I'd expect even a 6th round pick to be respectable or to crush that league. I'm not sure what's going on but I'd guess the Devils are baffled by his lack of production in that league.

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Sunday 3/1

MHL Playoffs

Dinamo-Shinnik lost to HC MVD 3-1 (Trail Series 1-0)

Artur Gavrus C: -1, 15/20 Faceoffs

 

Monday 3/2

MHL Playoffs

Dinamo-Shinnik lost to HC MVD (Trail Series 2-0)

Artur Gavrus C: -1, 12 PIM (Delay of Game, Misconduct), 3 Shots, 15/21 Faceoffs

 

Looks like he's been sent to get some game time in junior hockey. Meh,

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Tuesday 3/3

QMJHL

Drummondville lost to Shawinigan 3-2 (OT)

Anthony Brodeur G: DNP

Season: 28 GP 7-9-0-4, 3.70 GAA, .881 SV%, 113 GA%-, -9.98 GSAA

 

OHL

Plymouth defeated Saginaw 4-0

Connor Chatham RW: Goal, +1

Season: 48 GP 17-20-37, +1, 47 PIM

 

WHL

Kamloops lost to Calgary 5-4 (OT)

Ryan Rehill D: -2

Season: 60 GP 6-11-17, -13, 113 PIM

 

Edmonton lost to Prince Albert 3-2 (SO)

Brandon Baddock C: -1, 1 Shot, Stopped in SO

Season: 63 GP 15-18-33, -11, 120 PIM

 

The future is bright.  :doh1:

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Wednesday 3/4

OHL

Barrie lost to Erie 10-5

Joseph Blandisi C: Assist, -1

Season: 61 GP 48-53-101, +17, 108 PIM

 

WHL

Brandon defeated Lethbridge 7-3

John Quenneville C: -1

Season: 51 GP 16-25-41, +11, 49 PIM

 

-- No points in his last 3 games. No goals in his last 10 games. 1 goal in his last 15 games.

 

Edmonton defeated Saskatoon 5-2

Brandon Baddock C: Goal (PP), -1, 2 PIM (Charging)

Season: 64 GP 16-18-34, -12, 122 PIM

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Oof quenneville

I recall he started off really hot putting up well over a point a game, got hurt (back or shoulder) and seems like he's been regressing ever since, at least in the stat line. Hopefully it's mainly a nagging injury that he'll get over.

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Nobles lost their tournament game. Looks like Miles Wood's final stat line is: 17 GP 17-18-35. Given that he stayed in HS at age 19, I imagine he'll spend 4 years at BC and the hit free agency. Anyway, how long do the Devils have his rights for? Just 2 more years (his FR and SO years) or am I wrong? I always get confused since some guys that don't go to college right away (spend a year in Jr. A or USHL) then stay in college for all 4 years, seem to still have their rights owned by the team that drafted them, even though that's 5 years later.

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Nobles lost their tournament game. Looks like Miles Wood's final stat line is: 17 GP 17-18-35. Given that he stayed in HS at age 19, I imagine he'll spend 4 years at BC and the hit free agency. Anyway, how long do the Devils have his rights for? Just 2 more years (his FR and SO years) or am I wrong? I always get confused since some guys that don't go to college right away (spend a year in Jr. A or USHL) then stay in college for all 4 years, seem to still have their rights owned by the team that drafted them, even though that's 5 years later.

I thought that a team held the rights of their NCAA prospects until 30 days after they leave college.

It would seem that if that weren't the case that teams would kinda get cheated as they'd not have had the opportunity to have the player under direct control of the organization in the way that they would with a player coming out of junior that then plays for a team's AHL affiliate.

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I thought that a team held the rights of their NCAA prospects until 30 days after they leave college.

It would seem that if that weren't the case that teams would kinda get cheated as they'd not have had the opportunity to have the player under direct control of the organization in the way that they would with a player coming out of junior that then plays for a team's AHL affiliate.

 

No, this isn't correct, there are all sorts of weird rules that govern this.  

 

In Wood's case, if the Devils didn't make him an offer, he goes back into the draft, I believe - it's unclear what according to the CBA is a bona fide college student.  So assuming that, they must make him an offer, which he will refuse.  However, what this means is that he is a free agent on August 15th following his graduation from college, should he do so.  This is just like any other college player.  However, if he leaves college early, he is Devils property until whatever comes later:  The 4th June 1 following his selection in the entry draft (so June 1, 2017) or 30 days after he has stopped being a college student, unless this happens in his final year, in which case he would become a free agent August 15, 2019.

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I recall he started off really hot putting up well over a point a game, got hurt (back or shoulder) and seems like he's been regressing ever since, at least in the stat line. Hopefully it's mainly a nagging injury that he'll get over.

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I hope so... Because if this is what he's doing in junior while healthy, it inspires almost zero hope from me at this point.
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http://m.thn.com/blog/future-watch-2015-the-nhls-top-10-falling-prospects/

1. Stefan Matteau, LW, New Jersey Devils (-42)

Last year: 34th overall

This year: dropped out

Matteau brings a skill set New Jersey can use, but he also represents exactly what’s wrong with the organization’s development right now. The Devils have little offense from the forward position coming through the pipeline. Matteau is a big, grinding player who flashed some scoring ability in the QMJHL. The goals just haven’t come in the AHL, though, and his 2013-14 NHL debut was too early. Now that he looks like a checker rather than a top-six guy, he resembles his father, ex-NHLer Stephane, even more.

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Brendan Lemieux is 4th on his own team in scoring - way behind the top 3 - and he has 25 power play goals.  Power play goals tend to be the thing that carry over less in the NHL, especially since power plays in general are decreasing in importance each year.  His projection as an NHL player is really not all that hot.

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Thursday 3/5

OHL

North Bay defeated Belleville 3-1

Ryan Kujawinski C: Goal (PP), Assist, E* 2nd Star

Season: 53 GP 27-24-51, +18, 28 PIM

 

-- Has a 5 game scoring streak: 4 goals and 6 assists.

 

Plymouth lost to Saginaw 4-1

Connor Chatham RW: DNP (Done for Season)

Season: 48 GP 17-20-37, +1, 47 PIM

 

-- Apparently he is having wrist surgery at the advice of the NJ Devils (source).

 

Barrie lost to Niagara 6-5

Joseph Blandisi C: 4 Assists (1 PP), +2, 4 PIM (Diving, Slashing)* 2nd Star

Season: 62 GP 48-56-104, +19, 112 PIM

 

-- Has a 4 game scoring streak: 2 goals and 5 assists.

 

MHL Playoffs

Dinamo-Shinnik lost to HC MVD 4-2 (Lost Series 3-0)

Artur Gavrus C: Goal (PP), Assist (PP), -3, 3 Shots, 22/33 Faceoffs

Playoffs: 3 GP 1-1-2, -5, 12 PIM, 16.7 SH%, 2.0 SH/GP, 70.3 FO%

 

-- Dinamo Minsk lost their KHL playoff series to Jokerit 4-1 so his KHL season has officially come to an end. His BXL team, Dinamo Molodechno, is trailing their playoff series 3-1. Looks like this was probably it for his season.

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