Kings prospects statistical update

By David A. Rainer


AHL – Manchester Monarchs

Name
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Barney, Scott
RW
24
33
18
12
30
+9
17
Clarke, Noah
LW
24
31
10
15
25
+12
16
Lehoux, Yanick
C
21
27
6
13
19
+3
10
Zizka, Tomas
D
24
26
2
11
13
-3
14
Welch, Dan
RW
22
29
6
5
11
+2
18
Parros, George
RW
23
31
2
4
6
-6
64
Grebeshkov, Denis
D
20
20
1
4
5
+8
16
Rullier, Joe
D
23
34
2
3
5
+1
70
Flinn, Ryan
LW
23
27
2
3
5
+1
77

Denis Grebeshkov underwent surgery to repair a fractured wrist and will miss two to three months. Yanick Lehoux will miss one month with a broken finger.

NCAA

Name
Team
Pos.
Year
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
James, Connor
Denver U.
LW/C
Senior
22
6
17
23
-2
4
Hogeboom, Greg
Miami, OH
RW
Senior
20
9
13
22
+3
6
Guerin, Marty
Miami, OH
C
Fresh
20
5
12
17
+7
8
Murray, Brady
North Dakota
C
Fresh
13
6
11
17
+15
14
Steckel, Dave
Ohio St.
C
Senior
19
11
5
16
+14
24
Gabinet, Mike
Neb.-Omaha
D
Senior
20
3
11
14
-6
34
Tambellini, Jeff
Michigan
LW
Soph
16
9
3
12
-4
10
Murphy, Ryan
Boston College
RW
Junior
18
3
4
7
+1
14
Boyle, Brian
Boston College
C
Fresh
18
5
2
7
-1
18
Sullivan, Mike
Clarkson
LW
Fresh
17
3
4
7

6
Petiot, Richard
Colorado Col.
D
Junior
16
2
2
4

25

Connor James helped Denver U. to another Denver Cup win with three assists in two games. Jeff Tambellini and Brady Murray were named to their respective World Junior Championship teams.

EUROPEAN LEAGUES

Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Conne, Flavien
HC Lugano (Swiss)
C
23
25
10
9
19

12
Eriksson, Tim
Linkoping (SEL)
LW
21
33
5
10
15
+5
39
Karlsson, Jens
Frolunda (SEL)
LW
21
33
3
10
13
-2
36
Fedorov, Yevgeniy
Kazan (RSL)
C
23
29
6
5
11

12
Pulliainen, Tuuka
Tuto (Fin-2)
C
19
20
1
10
11
-12
2
Mäntylä, Tuukka
Lulea (SEL)
D
22
26
5
5
10
-13
20
Hannus, Tommi
Pelicans (SM-Liiga)
C
23
34
7
2
9
+1
14
Johansson, Daniel
Växjö (Swe-2)
RW
22
32
3
4
7


Shefer, Andrei
Severstal (RSL)
D/LW
22
25
3
4
7

36
Juntunen, Henrik
Kärpät (SM-Liiga)
LW
20
29
2
2
4
+1
8
Lyubushin, Mikhail
Moscow (RSL)
D
20
16
1
1
2

10
Pushkarev, Konstantin
Avangard Omsk (RSL)
RW
18
5
0
1
1

0

Andrei Shefer has moved to defense after spending most of his career at the left wing position. Yevgeniy Fedorov has moved up to Kazan’s second line due to an injury to Vadim Epanchintsev.

JUNIORS

Name
Team
Pos
Age
GP
G
A
Pts
+/-
PIM
Kanko, Petr
Kitchener (OHL)
RW
19
25
14
19
33
+9
53
Rome, Aaron
Swift Current (WHL)
D
20
38
6
25
31
+12
112
Rooneem, Mark
Calgary (WHL)
LW
20
38
16
13
29
+4
37
Andresen, Joel
Lethbridge (WHL)
D
20
22
2
8
10
+1
40

Petr Kanko is representing the Czech Republic at the World Junior Championship. Joel Andresen scored his first career WHL goal in a 6-2 win over Saskatoon.

GOALIES

Name
Team
League
Age
GP
W- L- T
GAA
SV%
SO
Zaba, Matt
Colorado Col.
NCAA
20
10
5- 3- 2
1.71
.929
1
Chouinard, Mathieu
Manchester
AHL
23
11
4- 3- 0
2.71
.897
1
Marsters, Nathan
RPI
NCAA
23
13
7- 5- 1
2.75
.896
1
Munce, Ryan
Sarnia
OHL
18
30
13-12- 4
2.91
.909
1
Grahn, Carl
Pelicans
SM-Liiga
22
8
0- 3- 2
4.13
.857
0

Matt Zaba has been stellar in goal since taking over the starting duties for Colorado College. He has gone 3-3-2 with a .920 save percentage and has given up two goals or fewer in all but one start this season.