It's Tuesday and therefore time to talk about the Sabres Prospects. Every Tuesday we will update you on what is going on with the guys playing in Juniors, NCAA and over-seas. I'll also put up a poll for the prospect of the week.
|4||Tyler Myers||D||Kelowna Rocket (WHL)||4||1||1||2||-2||31|
|6||T.J. Brennan||D||Montreal Juniors (QMJHL)||2||1||2||3||+4||0|
|9||Tyler Ennis||C||Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)||3||1||1||2||+1||0|
|11||Phillip Gogulla||LW||Kolner Haie (DEL)||2||0||2||2||+1||0|
|12||Paul Byron||C||Gatineau Olympique (QMJHL)||3||1||1||2||+1||6|
|15||Drew Schiestel||D||Niagara Ice Dogs (OHL)||3||0||2||2||-5||2|
|16||Luke Adam||C||Montreal Juniors (QMJHL)||2||3||2||5||E||2|
|17||Dennis Persson||D||Timra K (SEL)||3||0||1||1|
|18||Corey Tropp||RW||Michigan St. Spartans (NCAA)||1||1||1||2||E||2|
|19||Corey Fienhage||D||North Dakota Fighting Sioux (NCAA)|
|-||J.S. Allard||C||Quebec Ramparts (QMJHL)||2||0||2||2||+2||0|
|-||Justin Jokinen||Minnesota St. (NCAA)|
|-||Jordan Southorn||D||PEI Rocket (QMJHL)||2||0||1||1||+2||2|
|-||Jacob Lagace||RW||Chicoutimi Sags (QMJHL)||2||1||0||1||-1||2|
|-||Nick Crawford||D||Saginaw Spirit (OHL)||2||0||1||1||E||2|
|-||Alex Biega||D||Harvard Crimson (NCAA)|
|-||Andrew Orpik||Boston College Eagles (NCAA)|
St. Lawrence Saints (NCAA)
It wasn't very difficult to pick the nominees for the player of the week. The NCAA teams haven't started playing and many players didn't stand out this week. It's still early and there is a long way to go.
- Jordan Southorn (Prince Edward Island Rocket)- Southorn played in two games this week and had an assist with a plus two rating and two minutes. It was in a 7-2 win over Halifax on Friday night that Jordon had an assist and a plus three rating.
- T.J. Brennan (Montreal Juniors)- In two games played Brennan had three points (1 goal-2 assists) and a plus four rating. He had points in both games played this week with an assist in a 4-3 victory on Friday night against Acadie-Bathurst and a goal and an assist on Sunday in an 8-4 thumping of Victoriaville.
- Luke Adam (Montreal Juniors)- Luke Adam had five points in only two games this week. He was held off the scoresheet on Friday in the Juniors 4-3 victory at home against Acadie-Bathurst but he followed that up with a hat-trick and five points in Victoriaville on Sunday.