Before getting into the prospect list, Matt Davidson was recalled by Columbus to play against the Atlanta Thrashers tonight.
Chris Nielen currently is 2g-1a-3p with 10 PIMs in 17 games with the Syracuse Crunch.
Blake Bellefeuille has just 1g and 18 PIMs with the Crunch in 15 games.
Brad Moran has 2g-4a-6p with 18 PIMs in 18 games with the Crunch.
Matheui Darche, who the Columbus Dispatch thought merited a call-up, has 5g-11a-16p with 6 PIMs in 21 games.
Jonanthan Schill was demoted to the Dayton Bombers of the ECHL and for them has 4g-1a-5p and 31 PIMs in 11 games. With the Crunch he registered no points and 4 PIMs in two games.
Matt Davidson, the latest CBJ call-up, has 3g-3a-6p and 8 PIMs in 21 games for Syracuse.
Martin Spanhel has 1g-3a-4p and 37 PIMs in 17 games for Syracuse.
Dan Watson, a defenseman, has 1g-2a-3p and no PIMs in 13 games for the Crunch.
Jeremy Reich has 1g-3a-4p with 16 PIMs in Syracuse.
Jeff Williams, who almost can’t be considered a prospect anymore, has 4g-10a-14p in 21 games for Syracuse.
Jody Shelley, the Crunch’s resident goon (his personal profile has a picture of him with gloves off and fists clenched), has 2a and 103 PIM in 20 games. Congrads Jody for breaking the century mark already. Here’s to you going for 300 PIM.
Rounding out the list is Bill Bowler who has 10g-12a-22p in 22 games for the Crunch.
Later I will be updating the stats for the Blue Jackets European prospects
Week Of 11/25 to 12/1
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Pavel Brendl Calgary WHL 23 29 23 52 20 23
This Week: 4 GP, 5 G, 6 A, 11 P, 4 PIM, +1
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Jamie Lundmark Seattle WHL 16 12 14 26 19 +1
This Week: 4 GP, 2 G, 6 A, 8 P, 2 PIM, +1
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Filip Novak Regina WHL 28 11 20 31 30 12
This Week: 3 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 P, 0 PIM, -1
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Garret Bembridge Saskatoon WHL 29 21 18 39 12 -6
This Week: 4 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 6 P, 0 PIM, -2
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Evgeny Gusakov Baie-Comeau QMJHL 25 7 12 19 60 -1
This Week: 1 GP, 1 G, 0 A, 1 P, 0 PIM, +1
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Premsyl Duben Baie-Comeau QMJHL 20 0 7 7 24 -5
This Week: 3 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 P, 4 PIM, +1
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Nathan Martz New Hampshire HE 13 1 5 6 8 -1
This Week: 3 GP, 0 G, 2 A, 2 P, 2 PIM, Even
Player Team League GP G A P PIM +/- Patrick Aufiero Boston U. HE 11 1 Read more»
Another in a series of weekly articles summarizing activity in Leafland during the previous 7 days – with some personal observations, commentary, prospect updates and fun thrown in for good measure.
I told you so: Although I’ve certainly been guilty of pushing the “Eric Lindros comes home” angle ever since my first column for HF back in June, I must admit that I was somewhat startled by the superstar’s sudden public revelation on November 28th … for those of you that have spent the past few days under a rock, Eric finally confirmed to various members of the print and electronic media that he wants badly to play for the Maple Leafs and further wishes to pursue no other option at this point in time … earlier in the week, Lindros was declared fit and able to resume his playing career by Dr. James Kelly in Chicago … for their part, the Maple Leafs have admitted that the interest in very mutual and that discussions with the Flyers have already taken place … although much has happened in connection with this story since the Entry Draft (8.5M dollar 2-way contract tendered by the Flyers and subsequently turned down by Lindros, frequent verbal posturing from both sides) little has really changed … the road to Eric Lindros’ playing rights still leads through Philly … anyone who thinks that Bob Clarke will happily send Eric to the team of his choice simply doesn’t understand the man very well … Toronto’s management has stated that risk sharing by all parties will be needed in order to get a deal done … the Lindros family has indic Read more»