Islanders North American prospects statistical update

By Tom Liodice

Below are the statistics for all North American prospects in the New York Islanders system. Players are listed
in order of total points.

Statss are as of November 14, 2003

NHL – New York Islanders

Name
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Trent Hunter
RW
23
10
6
2
8
5
2
Justin Papineau
C
23
12
0
2
2
1
2
Sean Bergenheim
LW
19
13
1
1
2
-1
0
Eric Godard
RW
23
9
0
0
0
-1
38
Justin Mapletoft
C
22
4
0
0
0
0
0

No one has been more hot on the New York
Islanders than Trent Hunter. He is currently second out of all NHL
Rookies in goals with six. His recent pairing on a line with Shawn
Bates and Jason Blake have generated the most scoring chances each game,
as Hunter had six shots against Montreal on November 11. With his
recent emergence with his physical play and scoring touch and the impending
return of Mattias Weinhandl, General Manager Mike Milbury deemed Jason
Weimer expendable by placing him on waivers. Weimer was eventually
claimed by the Minnesota Wild. Justin Mapletoft, who was recalled
from AHL affiliate Bridgeport due to a knee sprain to Jason Blake, has
remained with the team since Blake’s return and has fit well as a
fourth line center. His recent pairing with the speedy Sean
Bergenheim
and enforcer Eric Godard have played strong as they averaged
sven minutes of icetime in their most recent game against Montreal on
November 13.

AHL – Bridgeport Sound Tigers

Name
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Justin Mapletoft
C
22
10
4
6
10
0
12
Martin Kariya
F
22
14
4
5
9
4
6
Blaine Down
C
21
5
0
2
2
1
2
Name
Pos
Age
GP
Min
GAA
SV%
W
L
T
SO
Wade Dubielewicz
G
24
6
358:03
1.68
.938
4
2
0
0

Since returning from off-season shoulder
surgery, Blaine Down has been playing on the first line unit with
Kevin Colley and Ben Guite. He has been playing a more physical game and
seems to show no lingering effects of any problems with his shoulder.
When asked if there is a concern with the shoulder, Down said “You
can’t be concerned out there because that’s when you are going to get
hit. It definitely lingers in the back of my mind.” Martin Kariya
has been playing on a line with Ryan Kraft and Derek Bekar for the past
few games, and has even been playing defense on some powerplays, being
paired with Mattias Timander. After going 0-2-0 to start the season,
Wade Dubielewicz has won his past four starts, only allowing five
goals.

OHL – Ontario Hockey League

Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Stefan Blaho
Sudbury Wolves
RW
19
16
4
1
5
-3
24
Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
Min
GAA
SV%
W
L
T
SO
Brad Topping
Brampton Battalion
G
19
8
391
3.22
.903
2
4
0
0

QMHJL – Quebec Major Junior Hockey
League

Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Bruno Gervais
Acadie-Bathurst Titans
D
19
13
2
2
4
-4
16

WHL – Western Hockey League

Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Jeremy Colliton
Prince Albert Raiders
RW
18
22
9
10
19
1
33
Cody Blanshan
Medicine Hat Tigers
D
19
21
1
2
3
6
25

NCAA

Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Ryan Caldwell
University of Denver
D
22
8
3
1
4
3
10
Tyler Scott
University of New Hampshire
F/D
23
3
1
0
1
0
2
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