A slow week for Jets prospects as several missed games due to injuries or bye-weeks, and some who were off to hot starts began to slow down. The Manitoba Moose were able to win their first game of the season however, and a couple players kept up their goal scoring ways as we check in on everyone in today’s prospect stats update.
The Manitoba Moose were able to pick up their first win of the season before dropping two to the Chicago Wolves. The same issues continue to present themselves however as the Moose continue to be outshot and are right now sitting at a league worst 23.78 shots per game.
Brenden Kichton and Joel Armia both had a goal and an assist. Lipon, Olsen and De Leo put up an assist each and Austen Brassard scored his first goal.
Hellebuyck and Comrie kept up their hot play stopping 67 of 71 and 28 of 90 respectively.
Brendan Lemieux continues to serve his suspension.
Matteo Gennaro put up one goal in three games played.
Harkins had no points in one game played and also sat out a second game due to illness.
Spacek had a goal and Nogier added an assist in the two games they played for the Red Deer Rebels.
Both Mason Appleton and Jack Glover had the weekend off as their teams didn’t play.
Tucker Poolman also sat out his weekend games with an Injury.
Jack Roslovic continued to be a catalyst for his teams offense as he had Miami’s only goal in the two games they played this weekend.
C.J. Franklin had no points in two games played.
Kyle Connor was able to chip in one assist for Michigan in two games played.
Erik Foley scored his first NCAA goal and also added an assist in two games played.
Matt Ustaski and Tanner Lane had no points in one and two games played.
Sami Niku wasn’t able to put up any points but continued to see his time on ice grow over his last three games played.
Pavel Kraskovsky had no points in two games played.
Ivan Telegin did not play this week, he is not currently listed as injured so he may have been a healthy scratch.
Marcus Karlstrom picked up his second NAHL point this week with one assist in two games played.
Note: All stat data sourced for this article comes from chlstats.com or eliteprospects.com.