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Tyler Biggs (F) - Oshawa Generals (OHL): 5 GP, 4 goals, 2 assists, +6, 7 PIM

 

Morgan Rielly (D) - Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL): 4 GP, 1 goal, 3 assists, 5 PIM

 

Matt Finn (D) - Guelph Storm (OHL): 4 GP, 1 goal, 3 assists, -1, 6 PIM

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David Broll with 4 points in 4 games (2+2) for Sault Ste. Marie.

 

Josh Leivo with 3 points in 5 games for Sudbury

 

Stuart Percy with 2 goals in 4 games for the Mississauga Steelheads.

 

Connor Brown with 5 points in 5 games for Erie.

 

Garret Sparks is 2-2-0 in 4 games with Guelph.

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Tyler Biggs with a Gordie Howe hat trick tonight, recording 1 goal, 1 assist and 1 fight.

 

Tyler Biggs: 6 Games Played, 5 Goals, 3 Assists, 8 Points, +8, 12 PIM (two fighting majors).

 

Tied for 5th in OHL scoring.

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Connor Brown with 2 assists tonight (6 GP, 3 G, 4 A)

 

David Broll also with 2 assists (6 GP, 2 G, 6 A)

 

Josh Leivo had 2 goals last night (6 GP, 3 G, 2 A)

 

Stuart Percy had one assist (6 GP, 2 G, 2 A)

 

Matt Finn had one assist as well (6 GP, 1 G, 4 A)

 

Morgan Reilly had a goal earlier in the week (5 GP, 2 G, 3 A)

 

Garrett Sparts stopped 29 of 33 shots in Guelph's win. (4 wins, 2 losses, 1 SO loss; 3.16 GAA .905 save %)

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Problem with a lockout is people put a big focus on the prospects, and in turn, get their hopes up even more.

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Problem with a lockout is people put a big focus on the prospects, and in turn, get their hopes up even more.

Greg McKegg will be a victim of that.

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Problem with a lockout is people put a big focus on the prospects, and in turn, get their hopes up even more.

 

yeah, the article is just a teeny bit over the top, I posted it more because it gave the numbers so I didn't have to.

 

For instance, Leivo having 7 goals in 8 games so far? Small sample size, but me likey. He won OHL player of the week, I believe.

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F Tyler Biggs (Oshawa) - 13 GP, 8 G, 5 A, +6, 25 PIM

D Matt Finn (Guelph) - 15 GP, 6 G, 7 A, +5, 14 PIM

F David Broll (Sault St Marie) - 16 GP, 3 G, 7 A, +5, 19 PIM

F Josh Leivo (Sudbury) - 16 GP, 10 G, 6 A, +3, 14 PIM

D Stuart Percy (Mississauga) - 14 GP, 4 G, 4 A, 0, 2 PIM

F Connor Brown (Erie) - 15 GP, 10 G, 7 A, 0, 8 PIM

D Morgan Reilly (Moose Jaw) - 16 GP, 4 G, 15 A, +3, 5 PIM

 

G Garrett Sparks (Guelph) - 15 GP, 3.77 GAA, .898%, 9-3-0-1, 1 SO

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Are those the stats that were expected from Sparks? I dont know to much about him.

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I'm sure the Leafs hoped for better when they drafted him, but it's probably around expectations for a young, low-drafted goalie. Especially on the team he's on. Seems like every time I check a box score he's faced between 40 and 50 shots in a game. That'll wear you down, but despite all that he has a pretty good record so far so he's at least making the saves he needs to. It's a small sample size to start the year, so hopefully he tightens his game up and those numbers will go in the right direction.

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I didn't look it up but I hear Reilly scored a sweetheart of a goal last week...end to end kind of play.

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F Tyler Biggs (Oshawa) - 25 GP, 11 G, 12 A, +6, 35 PIM

D Matt Finn (Guelph) - 21 GP, 8 G, 10 A, +3, 16 PIM

F David Broll (Sault St Marie) - 23 GP, 6 G, 10 A, +3, 25 PIM

F Josh Leivo (Sudbury) - 24GP, 12 G, 13 A, +4, 24 PIM

D Stuart Percy (Mississauga) - 23 GP, 5 G, 9 A, +5, 8 PIM

F Connor Brown (Erie) - 23 GP, 16 G, 15 A, +1, 8 PIM

D Morgan Reilly (Moose Jaw) - 23 GP, 4 G, 17 A, +1, 5 PIM

 

G Garrett Sparks (Guelph) - 24 GP, 3.16 GAA, .912%, 12-6-0-3, 2 SO

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Prospect Max Everson kicked off the Harvard hockey team due to plagiarism.

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Prospect Max Everson kicked off the Harvard hockey team due to plagiarism.

 

What an idiot, with the software available today it's almost impossible to get away with plagiarism however giving them a take home test was rather asking for trouble.

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It's more common than you think.

 

My highschool was the "Kitchener Rangers" program school.

 

It's amazing how much crap these kids could get away with.

 

Some of them had the I.Q of a brick yet they all magically passed. I'm pretty sure there was some bribery involved.

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What an idiot, with the software available today it's almost impossible to get away with plagiarism however giving them a take home test was rather asking for trouble.

 

Entrapment!

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Sudbury trades Josh Leivo to Kitchener.

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Morgan Rielly with 4 goals in 3 games last week. Named WHL player of the week.

He'll be up with the Marlies in a month.

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F Tyler Biggs (Oshawa) - 51 GP, 22 G, 22 A, +7, 55 PIM

D Matt Finn (Guelph) - 36 GP, 11 G, 18 A, 0, 22 PIM

F David Broll (Sault St Marie) - 56 GP, 17 G, 32 A, +13, 52 PIM

F Josh Leivo (Sudbury/Kitchener) - 52 GP, 25 G, 40 A, +22, 44 PIM

D Stuart Percy (Mississauga) - 56 GP, 12 G, 27 A, -5, 32 PIM

F Connor Brown (Erie) - 58 GP, 26 G, 40 A, -10, 37 PIM

D Morgan Reilly (Moose Jaw) - 48 GP, 11 G, 33 A, -4, 17 PIM

 

G Garrett Sparks (Guelph) - 49 GP, 2.62 GAA, .918%, 29-13-0-4, 7 SO

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PPP has good updates on the prospects each week.

 

http://www.pensionplanpuppets.com/2013/2/19/3987922/maple-leafs-prospects-feb-11-18

 

This weeks edition is a day longer to include the holiday Monday because I didn't work Monday and didn't get around to working on this on the long weekend.

Tyler Biggs - Oshawa Generals, OHL

 

Feb 15 @ Saginaw Spirit

Biggs had no points as the Gens beat the spirit 6-4

Feb 16 @ Sarnia Sting

No points and a checking to the head penalty was Biggsy's contribution to to the Gens 4-2 loss in Sarnia, despite out shooting the sting 42-19

Feb 18 vs Sudbury Wolves

Once again no points for Biggs despite Oshawa getting 6 goals over the Wolves. final score 6-2.

-not a great weekend for Biggs, the bright spot was a +2 in the Sudbury game, was a minus in the other two games

Connor Brown - Erie Otters, OHL

 

Feb 13 vs Niagara Ice Dogs

A -2 and a tripping penalty are all Brown took out of the 6-3 loss to the Ice Dogs. The Otters are now 1-9 in their past 10

Feb 15 vs London Knights

3 assists for Brown as the Otters upset the Knights 4-3, taking the Otters lead in points with 65 on the season.

Feb 16 vs Kitchener Rangers

1 goal for Brown (team leading #26) as the Otters fell to the Rangers 4-2, who out shot the otters 42-14 after two periods (final tally 48-22)

"They came at us strong in the second period," Brown said "We got hemmed in our zone,"

Feb 18 @ London Knights

The end to a rough weekend for Erie, playing the 2 strongest teams in the west 3 times wasn't the greatest, falling 8-1 to the London Knights. Brown had no points, but managed only a -1 in the contest.

1G 3A in 4 games last week, not awful when taking the competition into consideration.

Ryan Rupert - London Knights, OHL

 

Feb 15 @ Erie Otters

Our half of the Rupert Twins had 1G and an interference penalty in the Knights 4-3 loss to the Otters.

"A lot of us are getting frustrated, because we know what we did last year and we’re not putting up the expectations we should be," said London forward Ryan Rupert, cleared by the OHL following his spearing major last Sunday in Kitchener

Well a loss to Erie seems to be what a team needs to get going....

Feb 17 @ Niagara Ice Dogs

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1A and a charging penalty in what was a penalty filled game between the IceDogs and the Knights, their only match in Niagara after the Knights 4-1 win over Niagara in the OHL finals last spring.

Feb 18 vs Erie Otters

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(that's Rupert in between those Otters. had to balance out for the previous photo)

2A for Rupert as the Knights got back on their feet and trounced the Otters 8-1.

-1G 3A was a good set of games for Rupert, whose eligibility in the games was questioned last week do to a spear vs Kitchener.

Josh Leivo - Kitchener Rangers, OHL

 

Feb 15 vs Plymouth Whalers

1A as the Rangers lost to the Whalers in the shoot out 3-2 (no goal in the SO for Levio)

Feb 16 @ Erie Otters

1G for Josh as the Otters double the score 4-2 vs the Otters

Feb 18 @ Guelph Storm

No points for Leivo as the Rangers fell 5-3 to the rival Storm.

The Waterloo Record has an article up about Leivo and his linemates

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"I don’t know what it is," said Leivo. "The Germans … I love them."

Matt Finn - Guelph Storm, OHL

 

Feb 13 @ Owen Sound Attack

Did not play - Mono

Feb 15 vs Owen Sound Attack

Did not play - Mono

Feb 16 @ Plymouth Whalers

Did not play - Mono

Feb 18 vs Kitchener Rangers

Did not play - Mono

Garrett Sparks - Guelph Storm, OHL

 

Feb 13 @ Owen Sound Attack

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"Helmet? I don't need no helmet!"

Sparksy made 28 saves for his league leading 7th shutout of the season (3 of those coming against Owen Sound), and added to a streak that is up to 199 minutes.

Why is Owen Sound such a shutout magnet?

"I just really enjoy the bus ride up here," Sparks said of his success in Owen Sound this season. "It’s a good sleep and just the perfect amount of time to travel."

Feb 15 vs Owen Sound Attack

Made 25 saves on 28 shots as the Attack ruined the shut out streak for Sparks with a 4-2 win.

Feb 16 @ Plymouth Whalers

Sparks was pulled for the third after allow 5 goals on 31 shots over the first 40 minutes, although it wasn't for a lack of confidence from the coach.

Sparks was unbelievable again," said Walker, who pulled him to try and give the team a momentum change.

Feb 18 vs Kitchener Rangers

29 saves on 32 shots and giving the Storm a 5-3 win over the Rangers.

David Broll - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL

 

Feb 13 vs Sarnia Sting

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Broll (#17 far right) and the Greyhounds celebrate a goal on their way to victory

1G 1A +2 as the Greyhounds ran over the Sting 8-0

Feb 16 vs Kingston Frontenacs

"Full Story to come" - Sat Feb 16, bravo Sun Media.

1G 1A +1 as the Greyhounds won a goal filled contest 10-7 over the Fronts.

Stuart Percy - Mississauga Steelheads, OHL

 

Feb 15 vs Belleville Bulls

All Zeros for Percy as the Bulls shut out the Fish 1-0.

Feb 16 @ Barrie Colts

A -2 and a delay of game penalty got Percy some numbers on the board, but the Steelheads were still shutout for the second game in a row, 3-0 by the conference leading Colts.

Feb 18 vs Kingston Frontenacs

2A for Percy as the Steelheads finally scored their first goals of the weekend, but not enough to beat the Fronts who scored 7 goals to the Steelheads 4.

"We let let it slip out of our hands," said Percy. "This late in the season, we can't let that happen."

He added, "We just didn't finish the game hard."

And everyone is welcome to come for a visit on Thursday when Percy and the Steelheads come to Niagara.

Morgan Rielly - Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL

 

Feb 12 vs Prince Albert Raiders

2G (1 PP) and a +3 in the Warriors 4-1 win over the Raiders

Our goal as a team is to make the playoffs. We have quite a few games to play still

Love his heart and optimism, but sometimes it's blind.whl

Feb 15 vs Saskatoon Blades

No points and 2 roughing penalties in a rough game vs the Blades. 71 min in penalties given out, as the Warriors fell 3-1 to the Blades.

Feb 16 @ Prince Albert Raiders

A trip to Prince Albert did the Warriors well as they won 4-3, our Rielly had 2G (the game winner), 1A as the Warriors came back from a 3-0 deficit.

Dominic Toninato - Fargo Force, USHL

 

Feb 11 @ Waterloo Black Hawks

1A +2 as the Force beat the Black Hawks 3-2

Feb 15 vs Waterloo Black Hawks

1A as the Force beat the black Hawks 4-3 in a shootout, Dominic did not score on his attempt.

Feb 16 vs Waterloo Black Hawks

2G for Toninato as the Force won 6-1 over Waterloo

Max Everson - Omaha, USHL

 

Feb 13 vs Sioux Falls Stampede

Everson is listed on the roster on the Lancers website, but seems to watch more than play. Perhaps this was Harvards punishment. Send him to Nebraska, don't let him play.

Feb 15 @ Sioux Falls Stampede

Did Not Play

Feb 16 vs Tri-City Storm

Did Not Play

Sam Carrick - Idaho Steelheads, ECHL

 

Feb 12 vs San Francisco Bulls

1G and a fighting major 10 min into the game is how Sam left his mark on the Steelheads 3-2 win over the Bulls.

Feb 13 vs San Francisco Bulls

0P and a -1 as the Steelheads lost to the Bulls 6-3

Feb 15 @ Las Vegas Wranglers

1A as the Steelheads fell to the Wranlgers 4-2

Feb 16 @ Ontario Reign

2A as the Steelheads beat the Reign 4-2

Feb 17 @ Las Vegas Wranglers - Special 11:59PM Start Time

It was the Midnight Circus in Las Vegas! The doors opened to the crowd at 11PM and many circus acts were on hand to entertain the fans in the concourse before the Midnight games began. Carrick had 1A and a tripping minor as the Steelheads gave the Wranglers an extremely early morning 3-2 loss.

Tony Cameranesi - U. Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs, NCAA

 

Feb 15 @ Bemijdi State Beavers

No points for Tony as the Bulldogs fell to the Beavers 4-2

Feb 16 @ Bemijdi State Beavers

No points in a 1-1 tie

Eric Knodel - U. New Hampshire Wild Cats, NCAA

 

Feb 17 @ Boston College Eagles

1G in a 4-4 tie with the Eagles.

UNH defenseman Eric Knodel came to mid-ice and blasted a shot on the power play that went under Milner's glove arm and in with one minute left in the period for 1-1.

Andrew MacWilliam - North Dakota Fighting Sioux, NCAA

 

No Games

Dennis Robertson - Brown Bears, NCAA

 

Feb 12 vs Yale Bulldogs

No points in a 1-0 win for the Bears

"Everyone on this team has huge hearts, huge desire,'' said captain Dennis Robertson.

Feb 15 @ Rensselaer Engineers

No points as the Engineers beat the Bears 5-1

Feb 16 @ Union College Dutchmen

No points as the Bears were shutout 2-0

With just over 10 minutes left in regulation, the Bears had another flurry of chances denied, as Lappin could not corral the puck on a wrap-around bid with Grosenick out of position. The puck then squirted up to junior Dennis Robertson (Fort St. John, British Columbia) at the left point. With the Union defense still scrambling, Grosenick gloved Robertson's slap shot out of the air to keep the Bears off the board.

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