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Prospects Wrap-up: 2/12 - 2/18

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Hagel starts to streak, Amerks score 12, Glotov and Pu stay consistent

Red Deer Rebels v Kelowna Rockets Photo by Marissa Baecker/Getty Images

Monday, February 12th

Christopher Brown scores a shorthanded goal for the Eagles and Casey Fitzgerald assists on Logan Hutsko’s hat-trick goal, but BC falls to Harvard in overtime in the 66th Beanpot.

Brandon Hagel dishes out four assists in Red Deer’s 4-0 shutout win over Prince George, including two pretty controlled entry plays on the rush. Hagel also seems to be helping out quite a bit on the backend but can get lost sometimes.

Wednesday, February 14th

Cliff Pu registers his 47th assist on the year in Kingston’s 4-3 loss to Ottawa. Pu is top five in the league for assists.

After a fantastic game on Monday, Brandon Hagel scores one and adds an assist this time out or Red Deer. His breakaway goal would wind up being the game-winner for the Rebels.

Thursday, February 15th

Austin Osmanski gets his first point since January 26th on a secondary assist in the opening goal of the Petes 6-1 sin over Mississauga.

Friday, February 16th

The Rochester Americans put a dozen up on the Baby Pens. Justin Bailey, Alex Nylander, Brendan Guhle, and Hudson Fasching all record multiple points in the effort. Nylander had two goals and two assists. Hopefully, the performance supercharges his offensive output.

Casey Mittelstadt earns an assist on a drop to the point in Minnesota’s 2-1 win over Ohio State. Casey was doing Casey things all weekend, but this was the only point to show for it.

Vasily Glotov scores his 26th goal of the season, but Shawinigan loses 5-4 in OT.

Cliff Pu adds a secondary assist to up his assist total on the year. Kingston wins 2-1 over Osmanski and the Petes.

Jacob Bryson supplies an assist to grab points in consecutive games. He scores two last time out against Vermont. Saturday he would add another to make it a 3 game streak.

Vojtech Budik scores his ninth of the year for the Raiders while recording five shots on goal.

Brandon Hagel continues his point streak with an assist, but more amazing than that Hagel put up 8 SOG.

Saturday, February 17th

Vojtech Budik sets up Jordy Stallard on the powerplay, but the Raiders fall to the Wheat Kings 4-3.

Casey Fitzgerald scores and assists in BC’s 5-0 win over Maine. Fitzgerald also received a match penalty from checking from behind.

The Amerks lose 1-0 in overtime to the Binghamton Devils and only manage to get 19 shots on net in the effort.

Sunday, February 18th

The Amerks go the distance with the Devils again, but once again lose in extra time. This time Rochester loses 2-1 in the shootout with Linus Ullmark stopping 29 of 30.

Brandon Hagel puts his playmaking ability on display once again with a 3 assist performance against the Giants and another 8 SOG.

Brandon Hagel now has a four-game point streak, points in 9 of 13 for a total of 18 in 13 games. Consistency is the key now for Hagel. Hopefully, he can finish out the season on a hot streak and earn himself a spot on the Amerks for the playoffs.


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