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Prospects Wrap-up: 3/5 - 3/11

Brandon Hagel continues hot month of March, Eric Cornel goes streaking, Victor Olofsson captures SHL goal crown, Oskari Laaksonen ends his season on high note, and more in this week’s prospect wrap-up.

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Tuesday, March 6th

Marcus Davidsson continues his great end to the SHL regular season with an assist in Djurgarden’s 3-1 loss to Skelleftea AIK. His original shot is scooped up on the rebound and cashed in the net.

Victor Olofsson assists in Frolunda’s 2-1 win over Vaxjo. His quick shot is deflected by the tender but luckily converted.

Wednesday, March 7th

Vasily Glotov still riding a six game dry spell. He has not recorded a point since February 23rd.

Vojtech Budik finds a secondary assist with Prince Albert. More on him later.

Thursday, March 8th

Oskari Laaksonen is not only improving his skating, breakout, and offensive ability but he is also starting to score some points at the Liiga level. His 4th assist of the year comes in a 5-1 win.

Marcus Davidsson still on a hot streak. Pots a goal and an assist in a 5-2 win.

Friday, March 9th

Will Borgen finds an assist in St. Cloud State’s quarterfinal win over Miami. The Huskies played an all-around good game as did Borgen and Judd Peterson.

Cliff Pu earned first star honors in Kingtson’s 7-2 win over Ottawa Friday. Pu dropped a deuce in the first period with two goals and also tallied an assist later. Pu sits at 25-54-79 in 62 games.

The Amerks answer back to a 1-0 deficit against the Baby Bruins, but unfortunately, fall in overtime. Eric Cornel assists on the Sahir Gill goal. Linus Ullmark makes 27 on 29 shot attempts.

Brandon Hagel remains an offensive dynamo for the Red Deer Rebels. He records a goal and two assists in a 4-1 win.

Saturday, March 10th

A three-goal second period propels the Syracuse Crunch over the Amerks 4-2. Taylor Fedun scores and supplies an assist.

Some great penalty-killing forechecking done by Marcus Davidsson leads to a shorthanded goal for Djurgarden. Davidsson’s 9 goals and 12 assists still put him at 2nd in junior scoring.

And now welcome back to the Victor Olofsson show.

Two goals on Saturday cemented Olofsson’s SHL goal title. He is the first Swedish native to claim the title since 2013.

Cliff Pu gets points in back-to-back games with two assists in the latter half of a weekend series with the Ottawa 67s.

Another exciting Saturday for WHL prospects as Vojtech Budik fires home his 14th of the year on the power play and Brandon Hagel dominates with a hat-trick and assist.

Since recording 3 points in the month of November and his injury at the 1st of December, Brandon Hagel has rampaged for 35 points in 28 games.

Sunday, March 11th

The Amerks bounce back after a tough week and take game two against the Crunch 5-4 in the shootout.

Eric Cornel grabs a goal and two assists. Cornel is now on a 4 game points streak after having a very long 15 game point drought earlier this season.


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