German prospects – the update
A rating for the games since 14th till 22th January
G Christian Rohde plays in two of three games for the Augsburger Panther in the DEL. In the 9-2 win against Eisbären Berlin he replaces Nr.1-goalie Jason Muzzatti for the last 37 seconds. Three days later he plays as the starting-goalie against the Kassel Huskies. In a solid performance in the regualar time he saves 42 shots (4 GA). After the regualar time (4 – 4 goals) he helped his team with his fast gloves to a 5-4 win after the shootout. Stats: Augsburg/DEL: 2 GP, 61 MIN, 1-0-0, 4 GA
Season Stats: Augsburg II/4th: 24 GP, 1434 MIN, 8-16-0, 83 GA, 1 SO, GAA 3,89
Augsburg/DEL: 3 GP, 77 MIN, 1-0-0, 5 GA, SavePct 90,20%, GAA 3,85
The Adler Mannheim defeat Oberhausen 9-2 to go on top of the table and especially in this game, their 19 year-old defender Denis Seidenberg plays a very good defensive and offensive part. The undisputed „player of the game“. Stats: Mannheim/DEL: 3 GP, +1
Season Stats: Mannheim/DEL: 38 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 PTS, +3, 0 PIM
Mannheim II/4th league: 8 GP, 3 G, 7 A, 10 PTS, 20 PIM Read more»
This is a new feature I have developed to profile some of the top performers who have made their way into Mississauga in the past week. When you visit the same arena on a regular basis you have only so many prospects available to watch. These guys may be great talents, but they usually don’t provide enough material for a weekly column. You must branch out with fresh ideas to keep the hobby interesting.
Sunday, January 21, 2001
The Sudbury Wolves came into town and played hungry right from the opening face off. Their huge defensive core set the tone with a bruising barrage of hits. It must have been contiguous, as Wolves forwards installed an aggressive fore check hitting everything in sight. They took a commanding 3-0 lead after one period and didn’t look back on their way to a 5-1 victory.
Here’s a look at some of the Wolves that made an impact in Sunday’s contest.
#13 Alexei Semenov
The Edmonton Oilers have a great future in this kid. Their second round (36th overall) pick from the 1999 NHL entry draft has the all the tools to play with the big boys. He is a definite presence, one of the best all-round defenceman I’ve seen this year. Semenov is a monster (6’6” and 210 pounds) who doesn’t give the opposition a lot of room to maneuver. Loves to play the body and with his long reach is impossible to elude. Clears the front of the net as well as anyone and does not back down from trouble. Deceptive speed with long, smooth strides. He is a great asset on the point in p Read more»