Blackhawks prospects final statistics 2003-04

By Kevin McCann




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AHL – Norfolk Admirals

 PosAgeGPGAPts+/-PIM
Radulov, IgorLW
21
38
9
14
23t>
+5
26
Babchuk, AntonD
19
73
8
14
22
+9
89
Yakubov, MikhailC
22
51
9
18
27
+10
22
Vorobiev, PavelRW
21
57
13
16
29
+4
8
Barinka, MichalD
19
40
4
2
6
-2
80
Keith, DuncanD
22
75
7
18
25
-8
44
Kukkonen, LasseD
22
59
3
11
14
+4
58
Keith, MattRW
21
66
13
13
26
-4
57
Ellison, MattF
20
71
14
21
35
-10
115
Balan, ScottD
21
23
0
1
1
0
35
Gusev, VladimirD
21
10
0
1
1
-2
10
Henry, BurkeD
25
53
1
8
9
-15
70
Miles, JeffC
22
4
0
0
2
-4
2
Treille, YorickRW
23
74
12
12
24
-7
54

Matt Ellison led the prospects in goals and points and was
second on the team in penalty minutes. Burke Henry was a team
worst in the plus/minus department.

Goalies

 TeamLeagueAgeGPW- L- TGAASV%SO
Leighton ,MichaelNorfolkAHL
22
18
10-7-1
1.83
.926
1
Anderson, CraigNorfolkAHL
22
37
17-20-0
2.11
.914
3
Broudeur, MikeMoose JawWHL
21
41
23-12-5
2.11
.900
5
Crawford, CoreyMonctonQMJHL
19
66
35-15-3
2.62
.919
2
Ayers, MichaelU. of N.H.NCAA
24
36
17-14-5
2.86
.899
5
Berkhoel , AdamU. of DenverNCAA
22
39
24-11-4
2.45
.918
7
Kellerman , TysonBramptonOHL
20
13
3-7-0
3.20
.905
0
Munro , AdamNorfolkAHL
21
12
5-4-1
2.24
.902
0

Corey Crawford led all goalies in the QMJHL with 35 wins.

European Leagues

 TeamPosAgeGPGAPts+/-PIM
Kozhevnikov, AlexanderQuebec/Val d’OrF
19
73
13
8
21
-3
60
Andersson, JohanTroja/Ljungby – SwedenC
19
43
13
11
24
-7
94
Barkunov, Alexander Nizhny Novgorod Torpedo – RussiaD
22
19
0
1
1
 
18
Ershov, AndreiKhimik Voskresensk – RussiaC
27
28
1
4
5
 
24
Golovin, AlexanderAvangard Omsk – RussiaLW
21
26
2
2
4
 
2
Ivanov, AlexeiHK Rybinsk/Salavat Yulayev – RussiaC
19
9
0
2
2
 
0
Jäminki, TommiIlves Tampere SM-Liiga/Jr. A SM-sarja – FinlandLW
21
63
8
4
12
+2
0
Jääskeläinen, TeemuIlves Tampere SM-Liiga/Jr. A SM-sarja – FinlandD
21
45
6
3
9
-10
16
Kantee, KevinJokerit Helsinki SM-Liiga/Jr. A SM-sarja- FinlandD
21
45
1
18
19
-4
42
Levinski, DimitriKhimik Voskresensk – RussiaLW
23
397411 4
Luchkin, VladislavMolot-Prikamie Perm – RussiaC
22
39
9
17
26
+25
32
Malmivaar, OlliJokerit Helsinki/SaiPa Lappeenranta – FinlandD
22
36
2
0
2
-10
8
Minakov, OlegAmur Tigers Khabarovsk – RussiaRW
21
24
3
0
3
 
24
Mokhov, StepanKrylya Sovetov – RussiaD
23
53
2
9
11
-4
42
Nordqvist, JonasLulea HF – SwedenC
21
47
13
11
24
-4
18
Puncochar, PetrHC Karlovy VaryHC Znojemsti Orli/SK Kadan/Dukla Jihlava
– CZE
D
20
34
3
0
3
+6
28
Viuhkola, JariKärpät Oulu – FinlandD
20
53
25
31
56
+36
34
Wennerberg, MattiasMoDo Hockey – SwedenRW
22
50
4
3
7
-18
34
Zotkin, AlekseiMetallurg-2 Magnitogorsk/Metallurg Magnitogorsk – RussiaLW
22
9
1
2
3
 
2

Jari Viuhkola scored at a torrid pace this year averaging
1.06 points per game and also won the Matti Keinonen trophy as he had the league’s
best plus/minus at +36.

Juniors

 TeamPosLeagueAgeGPGAPts+/-PIM
Seabrook, BrentLethbridge DWHL
18
61
12
29
41
-3
107
Fraser, ColinRed DeerCWHL
19
70
24
29
53
-6
174
Byfuglien, DustinPrince GeorgeDWHL
19
66
16
29
45
-1
137
Wisniewski, JamesPlymouthDOHL
20
50
17
53
70
+31
63

James Wisniewski was head and shoulders above the rest of
his Plymouth Whaler teammates in the plus/minus department posting an impressive +31.
He was also ninth overall in the OHL.

NCAA

 TeamYearPosAgeGPGAPts+/-PIM
Burish, AdamU. of WisconsinSoRW
18
43
6
13
19
+11
63
Grensy, MikeClarksonFrD
19
22
2
3
5
+9
36
Kuiper, NicUMass-AmherstSrD
22
37
5
5
10
 
72
Miles, JeffU. of VermontSrC
22
33
13
24
35
 
30
Porter, ChrisU. of North DakotaFrC
19
41
10
15
25
 
46

ECHL

 TeamPosAgeGPGAPts+/-PIM
Balan, ScottFlorence D
21
47
1
11
12
-20
93
Gusev, VladimirFlorence D
21
53
5
8
13
-27
57
Loya, CliffSan DiegoD
22
63
3
9
12
+7
37