It’s three days until the NHL’s trade deadline, the Detroit-Colorado Stadium Series game is tomorrow night, and the Alumni game is just hours away. In short, no one is paying attention to prospects right now.
Well, no one but me at least.
Have a quick read through to see how your favorite prospects have performed over the last seven days before heading back to the deadline frenzy.
American Hockey League
- Anthony Mantha has continued his run of strong play and was rewarded again last week, scoring twice and adding an assist in three games played. He has five goals in his last four games and continues to lead Detroit’s AHL prospects in points.
- Martin Frk had points in each of last week’s games, tallying two goals and adding two assists. He continues to lead all Griffins in goals, with a four-goal lead on Mantha and Eric Tangradi.
- Mitch Callahan added three goals to his season total since the last Assembly Line update, giving him a solid 15 on the year. A two-goal performance in Saturday’s game ended a five-game point drought. He also had four shots on net in each game.
- Robbie Russo had two assists last week, bringing his total to an AHL prospect leading 20. It’s now been 29 games since his last goal however, having put 45 shots on net in that period of time.
- Tyler Bertuzzi kicked it up a notch last week, scoring in all three games. He now has five goals in his last seven games, which brings his total to an underwhelming eight on the year. Perhaps we’re starting to see the Tyler Bertuzzi that looked dominant in last year’s AHL playoffs.
- Tomas Nosek and Ryan Sproul each picked up two assists last week playing in all three games.
- Louis-Marc Aubry and Colin Campbell each had one assist in three games last week.
- Nick Jensen didn’t pick up any points last week, though he was a plus-1 and fired six shots on net.
- Andreas Athanasiou has been up with the Red Wings since February 5th.
- Zach Nastasiuk has been down in the ECHL with the Toledo Walleye since January 22nd, and has 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 18 games down there.
Canadian Hockey League
|Evgeny Svechnikov||LW||19-118||QMJHL||Cape Breton||43||28||38||66||1.53||32.7||16||85|
|Joe Hicketts||D||19-298||WHL||Victoria Royals||49||5||43||48||0.98||21.7||+25||38|
|Adam Marsh||LW||18-188||QMJHL||Saint John||44||23||18||41||0.93||19.9||9||52|
- Evgeny Svechnikov has gone a rare week without any goals. In two games played since the last update, Svechnikov had two assists.
- Dominic Turgeon had one goal in three games played in the past week.
- Joe Hicketts suited up for two games in the past seven days, scoring once and adding two assists.
- Adam Marsh played two games last week, scoring a goal and adding an assist.
- Vili Saarijärvi played three games with the reeling Flint Firebirds last week, potting a goal and an assist.
|James de Haas||D||21-299||ECAC||Clarkson||32||3||10||13||0.41||7.7||-4||0||73||4.1%||2.28|
|Mike McKee||D||25-158||NCHC||Western Michigan||21||1||3||4||0.19||6.4||-4||0||18||5.6%||0.86|
- James de Haas was pointless in two games last weekend. He’s now gone four games without registering a point and seven without a goal.
- David Pope also had no points in two games last weekend. His last point was an assist in a game against Arizona State on December 19th.
- Mike McKee did not dress for either of Western Michigan’s games last week against Miami. He’s been struggling to get into games recently, having sat out five of the last six.
- Chase Pearson had one assist in two games played last week, and for the second time in the last month he managed to accrue more than 15 minutes in penalties in a single game. No brawl this time though – Pearson got a two minute boarding penalty early in the game, followed by five-and-a-game for fighting later on.
- Patrick Holway played twice last weekend, but had came up with no points. His last point was an assist on December 29th, 14 games ago.
|Axel Holmström||RW||19-242||SHL||Skelleftea AIK||43||7||15||22||0.51||25.2||-2||20||60||11.7%||1.40||13:23|
|Julius Vahatalo||LW||20-340||Liiga||TPS Turku||45||9||4||13||0.29||6.9||-3||4||91||9.9%||2.02||12:49|
|Alexander Kadeykin||C||22-145||KHL||St. Petersburg||50||5||6||11||0.22||14.4||5||14||48||10.4%||0.96||10:44|
|Christoffer Ehn||C||19-327||SHL||Frolunda HC||32||0||2||2||0.06||3.1||-1||2||22||0.0%||0.69||5:47|
- Axel Holmström had no points in three games played in the last week, though he did put six shots on net in roughly 12 minutes of ice time per night.
- Julius Vahatalo played in three games since the last update, though he didn’t produce any points.
- With St. Petersburg competing in the first round of the KHL playoffs, Alexander Kadeykin played in two of their three games to open the series, tallying one assist.
- Christoffer Ehn played in four games in the last week without tallying any points. He had five shots on net and averaged about eight minutes per game.