Calder Corner For the Week Ending 12/9

By HF Staff


The Calder Corner

ANA

3 Games
McDonald: 1 Assist

ATL
3 Games
Heatley: 1 Goal (9), 4 Assists
Kovalchuk: 2 Goals (11, 12), 3 Assists
Tapper: 1 Assist

BOS
3 Games
Boynton: 2 Assists
Girard: 1 Assist

CAL
4 Games
Nichol: 1 Assist

CHI
3 Games
Bell: 1 Goal (6), 1 Assist

COL
2 Games
Vrbata: 3 Goals (2, 3, 4), 2 Assists

Edmonton Oilers
1 Game
Markannen: 10 Shots, 9 Saves

Florida Panthers
2 Games
Huselius: 1 Goal (13), 1 Assist
Hagman: 1 Assist

Los Angeles Kings
4 Games
Lilja: 1st NHL Goal, 1 Assist

Montreal Canadiens
3 Games
Ribeiro: 1 Goal (2), 3 Assists

Nashville Predators
2 Games
Arkhipov: 1 Assist
Erat: 1 Assist

New York Rangers
3 Games
Blackburn: 1 Game, 28 Shots, 24 Saves (4-6-0)

Pittsburgh Penguins
3 Games
Beech: 1 Goal (2)
Petersen: 1 Assist

Phoenix Coyotes
3 Games
Kolanos: 1 Goal (9), 1 Assist
Deroschers: 1 Game 36 Shots, 33 Saves (0-1-1)

San Jose Sharks
3 Games
Kiprusoff: 1 Game 32 Shots, 29 Saves (2-2-1)

Vancouver Canucks
2 Games
Kurtz: 1 Assist

NHL True Rookie Scoring


1. Dany Heatley:      28 GP,  9 Goals, 14 Assists, 23 Points, -11
2. Ilya Kovalchuk: 27 GP, 12 Goals, 9 Assists, 21 Points, -11
3. Kristian Huselius: 28 GP, 13 Goals, 6 Assists, 19 Points, -10
4. Mark Bell: 32 GP, 6 Goals, 12 Assists, 18 Points, +4
5. Krys Kolanos: 29 GP, 9 Goals, 6 Assists, 15 Points, +10
6. Erik Cole: 31 GP, 4 Goals, 8 Assists, 12 Points, -2
7. Radim Vrbata: 10 GP, 4 Goals, 8 Assists, 12 Points, +4
8. Martin Erat: 27 GP, 3 Goals, 9 Assists, 12 Points, +1
9. Toby Petersen: 28 GP, 5 Goals, 7 Assists, 12 Points, Even
10. Pascal Dupuis: 26 GP, 6 Goals, 5 Assists, 11 Points, -4

As a general rule, I will always list goals and assists and other noteworthy stats. If there is more to be noted, HF encourages our readers to talk about them below!

To establish uniformity among all the team pages and to increase the credibility of all the articles, all players listed on HF will follow the “Prospect Rules” to help readers in determining who is and isn’t considered a prospect anymore.

1.A Prospect that has played 41+ games in NHL or 65+ games in two seasons is not a prospect anymore. A Prospect may sit on the graduated list until he has played 100 games in the NHL.

2.A Goalie prospect that has played 20+ games in NHL or 30+ games in two years has graduated.

3.A Prospect that has played 240+ games in AHL/IHL/ECHL is graduated.

4.Goalies that have played 4 seasons in the AHL/IHL/ECHL are considered graduated.

5.A Prospect that is over 24 is not a prospect anymore, with the exception of players who played in college

6.Any European player if played more than 225+ games in Elite league are no longer prospects or are considered graduated from the team page.

7.Any European goalie that has played 4 seasons in Elite leagues is no longer prospects or is considered graduated from a team page.

8.If a European or North American player has a combo of Elite/AHL/IHL/ECHL 100+ elite games and 125+ AHL/IHL/ECHL games or 225 combined. If they go over these criteria, they are no longer considered prospects or have become graduated players from the team pages.

9.Any European or North America goalie that has a combination of 4 seasons of Elite or AHL/IHL/ECHL league play, they are no longer considered prospects or have become graduated players from the team pages.