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Prospects Wrap-up: 2/19 - 2/25

Amerks start to teeter, College players remain consistent, SHL returns, Brandon Hagel stays hot

Sweden v USA Blue - 2014 USA Hockey Junior Evaluation Camp

Monday, February 19th

Austin Osmanski dishes to Brady Hinz for his 15th assist on the year and his 16th point. Osmanski has surpassed his career high in points and assists and only needs one goal to tie his career high in goals.

Tuesday, February 20th

Vasily Glotov continues his hot streak in the Q. He is able to grab three points in Shawinigan’s OT loss to Chicoutimi. Glotov is one behind doubling his goal output from last year of 15.

Wednesday, February 21st

Sean Malone opened the scoring in Buffalo, but the Amerks still cannot find a way to win as of late. Syracuse takes this one 2-1 after scoring twice in 10 seconds. More on Malone later.

Brandon Hagel scores a shorthanded goal for his 11th goal in 46 games. This would be where his point streak ends at 5 games.

Thursday, February 22nd

Cliff Pu remained day-to-day for the Frontenacs, but Osmanski would not record any points during Pu’s absence in the Petes win over Kingston.

Friday, February 23rd

It seemed as though Casey Mittelstadt was going to be credited with a sweet re-direction goal, but later that would be changed to an assist.

Linus Weissbach picks up a goal in Wisconsin’s 6-2 loss to Ohio State. His ninth of the year and has 23 point in 32 games. That makes him tied for 17th in the nation in freshman scoring.

Casey Fitzgerald scores on a five-on-three powerplay with a rocket of a shot for the seventh powerplay goal of his career. Christopher Brown also gets an assist off a redirection that hit his leg.

The Amerks give up a lead once again, this time to the Toronto Marlies. Justin Bailey and Alexander Nylander both score in this game as they look to turn their seasons around. Nylander seems to be coming back to his normal self after his groin injury. Has definitely been playing with more pace as of late.

Saturday, February 24th

Judd Peterson does his part assisting in the opening goal to help Saint Cloud State capture the NCHC regular season title.

Rasmus Asplund and Marcus Davidsson score in the SHL’s return to action since the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Brandon Hagel scores again this week as he has come back from his injury with a vengeance.

The Amerks bounce back for a bit as they score six times in the third period against the Toronto Marlies. Justin Bailey scores two and Sean Malone scores his 7th with an assist from Alex Nylander.

Malone now has points in four straight and has three goals in four games.


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