Tampa Bay Lightning prospects report: Everyone scores, but no one more than Katchouk
The Lightning prospects were about scoring all the points last week.
It was a high-scoring week for all of the Tampa Bay Lightning prospects last week, with seven of them scoring three or more points. Samuel Walker made the move up a level to the USHL from his high school fall league, and he’ll have some catching up to do as the 2PPG player was held off the score sheet his first weekend up.
Let’s get into it.
Ontario Hockey League
#12 – Christopher Paquette (F) – 3G, 0A, -2
Nov. 2nd: vs Sarnia Sting
L 7-5 – 0G, 0A, -1
Nov. 4th: vs Barrie Colts
W 5-4 OT – 2G, 0A, -1
Nov. 5th: @ Mississauga Steelheads
L 9-2 – 1G, 0A
Paquette had a good week, but it ended on a very sour note with the last place Steelheads beating the Petes an astonishing 9-2.
#12 – Boris Katchouk (F) – 4G, 3A, +5
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Nov. 1st: vs Sudbury Wolves
W 5-4 OT – 2G, 3A, +3
Nov. 4th: vs Niagara IceDogs
W 4-1 – 1G, 0A, +1
Nov. 5th: vs North Bay Battalion
W 3-1 – 1G, 0A, +1
Katchouk was nothing to sneeze at last week as he racked up seven points in three games, the majority coming against fellow northern Ontario team the Sudbury Wolves.
#17 – Taylor Raddysh (F) – 2G, 2A, +4
Nov. 1st: vs Kitchener Rangers
L 7-3 – 1G, 0A, +2
Nov. 3rd: vs Oshawa Generals
W 8-0 – 1G, 2A, +2
Nov. 4th: vs Windsor Spitfires
L 4-3 OT – No Points
Raddysh ended on a low note, but with four points in the first two games, being blanked in a close loss to the reigning Memorial Cup champions isn’t anything terrible.
#17 – Alexei Lipanov (F) – 0G, 0A, +1
Nov. 3rd: @ Ottawa 67’s
W 4-2 – 0G, 0A, +1
Nov. 4th: @ Peterborough Petes
L 5-4 OT – No Points
Lipanov was a bit of a downer this week, with no points to report on.
Quebec Major Junior Hockey League
#89 – Otto Somppi (F) – 1G, 2A, +2
Nov. 1st: @ Quebec Remparts
L 3-2 – No Points
Nov. 3rd: @ Gatineau Olympiques
W 7-5 – 1G, 1A, +1
Nov. 4th: @ Drummondville Voltiguers
L 2-1 OT – 0G, 1A, +1
Somppi did well, going a point per game last week. The Mooseheads are slowly climbing the QMJHL standings with their Finnish kid back.
Western Hockey League
#21 – Brett Howden (F) / #76 – Oleg Susonov (D)
1G, 3A, +3 / 0G, 0A, +1
Moose Jaw Warriors
Nov. 2nd: vs Prince Albert Raiders
W 5-2 – 0G, 3A, +2 / 0G, 0A, +1
Nov. 4th: @ Prince Albert Raiders
W 3-2 – 1G, 0A, +1 / No Points
#25 – Libor Hajek (D) – 1G, 3A, -2
Nov. 1st: @ Lethbridge Hurricanes
W 2-1 OT – 0G, 1A
Nov. 3rd: @ Medicine Hat Tigers
L 7-2 – 0G, 1A, -2
Nov. 4th: @ Edmonton Oil Kings
W 3-2 OT – 1G, 1A
Hajek did well, four points for the week seems to be the popular benchmark this week.
#25 – Cal Foote (D) – 1G, 2A
Nov. 1st: @ Tri-City Americans
L 4-3 OT – No Points
Nov. 3rd: @ Victoria Royals
W 4-2 – 1G, 1A, +2
Nov. 4th: @ Victoria Royals
L 4-2 – 0G, 1A, -2
The Rockets captain got on the scoresheet and led the team to Victoria in Victoria
#19 – Cole Guttman (F) – 1G, 0A, +2
Dubuque Fighting Saints
Nov. 3rd: vs Omaha Lancers
W 5-3 – 1G, 0A, +2
Guttman had one game, and won it, scoring once.
#14 – Nicklaus Perbix (D) – 0G, 0A, -1
Nov. 3rd: @ Dubuque Fighting Saints
L 5-3 – 0G, 0A, -1
Nov. 4th: @ Madison Capitols
L 3-2 OT – No Points
Perbix was perplexed this week and didn’t defend as well, letting the Lancers lose twice.
#26 – Samuel Walker – 0G, 0A, -3
Sioux City Musketeers
Nov. 3rd: vs Waterloo Black Hawks
L 3-2 OT – 0G, 0A, -2
Nov. 4th: vs Lincoln Stars
L 6-3 – 0G, 0A, -1
Walker joined the Musketeers after his championship in Minnesota and got a bit of a reality check jumping up to the USHL, behind held to the bottom of the score sheet in both games.
#33 – Kris Oldham (G)
U. Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks
Overall: 3-2-1 / Conference: 0-0
No games last week.
#20 – Ross Colton (F) – 2G, 0A
U. Vermont Catamounts
Overall: 3-5-1 / Conference: 1-1-1
Nov. 3rd: @ U Conn
L 5-1 – 1G, 0A, -1
Nov. 4th: @ U Conn
W 4-2 – 1G, 0A, +1
Colton scored in each game for the Cats, but only got one win out of the weekend.
#18 – Ryan Lohin (F) – 1G, 0A
U. Mass-Lowell River Hawks
Overall: 4-6 / Conference: 1-5
Nov. 3rd: vs Maine
W 3-2 – 1G, 0A, +1
Nov. 4th: vs Maine
L 6-2 – 0G, 0A, -1
Splitting the series with Maine the River Hawks finally got a win in Hockey East, but are still sitting in the basement of the conference.
#16 – Johnathan MacLeod (D) – Did Not Play
Boston U. Terriers
Overall: 4-5-1 / Conference: 2-2-1
Nov. 3rd: vs Providence
W 2-0 – Did Not Play
Nov. 4th: vs Northeastern
L 4-1 – Did Not Play
MacLeod sat out both games as the BU senior can’t get into many games.
#20 – Ryan Zuhlsdorf (D) – 0G, 1A, +2
U. Minnesota Golden Gophers
Overall: 7-3 / Conference: 3-1
Nov. 3rd: vs Michigan State
W 3-1 – 0G, 1A, +1
Nov. 4th: vs Michigan State
W 4-0 – 0G, 0A, +1
the Gophers had their first winning weekend of the year and jumped up their conference standings.
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