Minnesota Wild Prospects Report - March 8, 2011

Jason Zucker is dominating the NCAA. Does he sign after the season? (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

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The Aeros went 2-2-0-0 last week, beating Rockford 8-1 on Wednesday and Syracuse 3-1 on Friday, and then falling 3-1 to Texas on Satur­day and 5-4 to Abbotsford on Sunday. D Maxim Noreau (1-5=6), C Patrick O'Sullivan (2-4=6) and D Marco Scandella (2-4=6) co-led Houston with six points apiece while RW Jon DiSalvatore (5-0=5) and LW Robbie Earl (0-5=5) tallied five points each. G Matt Hackett and G Josh Tordjman each recorded one win. Overall, Disalvatore owns a team best 48 points (20-28=48) in 67 games. Hackett leads the team with 15 wins, a 2.27 GAA, and a .918 SV% (minimum 1260 minutes played). This week the Aeros will host Manitoba on Friday and Sunday.

Aeros Record: 37-25-1-4, 79 pts., 2nd in West Division, 2nd in Western Conference
# Player GP G A PTS +/- PIM PP SHG SOG SH%
14 Jon DiSalvatore 67 20 28 48 -9 45 10 0 163 12.3
26 Maxim Noreau 66 10 35 45 -7 44 6 0 185 5.4
17 Robbie Earl 56 16 26 42 7 34 6 1 167 9.6
16 Patrick O'Sullivan 23 13 18 31 2 12 6 0 80 16.3
12 Cody Almond 52 12 15 27 -5 94 7 1 106 11.3
62 Jean-Michel Daoust 64 10 17 27 4 33 2 0 101 9.9
20 Chad Rau 47 8 19 27 9 10 2 0 76 10.5
19 Jarod Palmer 55 8 15 23 9 53 3 0 90 8.9
18 Colton Gillies 55 10 12 22 -1 70 1 1 83 12.0
15 Nate Prosser 65 7 15 22 7 29 1 0 77 9.1
27 Carson McMillan 67 10 9 19 -6 64 0 3 88 11.4
5 Jeff Penner (total) 57 5 14 19 10 30 2 0 100 5.0
6 Marco Scandella 33 3 16 19 0 17 2 0 63 4.8
39 Brandon Buck 52 3 13 16 1 6 0 0 90 3.3
22 Jed Ortmeyer (total) 47 6 7 13 -2 35 0 1 104 5.8
44 Justin Falk 44 3 8 11 10 35 0 0 60 5.0
23 Petr Kalus 34 6 2 8 -5 68 1 0 50 12.0
56 Joel Broda 22 5 2 7 -2 16 3 0 33 15.2
32 Kris Fredheim 53 3 4 7 0 16 0 0 48 6.3
42 Matt Kassian 58 3 4 7 -1 130 0 0 39 7.7
16 Brock McBride 19 3 3 6 3 12 0 0 15 20.0
61 Tyler Cuma 31 1 3 4 -3 15 0 0 27 3.7
21 Chris Lawrence (total) 8 1 0 1 -2 15 0 0 12 8.3
4 Jamie Fraser 21 0 1 1 -4 6 0 0 23 0.0
29 Drew Bagnall 60 0 1 1 1 96 0 0 50 0.0
3 Jamie Fritsch 3 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 1 0.0
37 Pascal Morency 7 0 0 0 -2 24 0 0 3 0.0

# Goalies GP Mins W L SL SO GA GAA SVS SV%
41 Josh Tordjman 5 276 3 1 0 0 10 2.18 114 0.919
31 Matt Hackett 33 1878 15 13 3 2 71 2.27 791

0.918

 

 

FUTURE MINNESOTA WILD STATISTICS – MARCH 8, 2011

CHL

TEAM

GP

G

A

PTS

+/-

PIM

NOTES

LW Brett Bulmer

Kelowna      (WHL)

54

18

29

47

-11

103

Has missed 10 games since suffering a leg injury 2/13. He is now listed as week-to-week. Ranks T-4th in assists among Rockets skaters. 

D Josh Caron

Kamloops (WHL)

22

1

0

1

-2

43

Skated in three games and picked up two PIM last week. Missed 41 games with a broken collar-bone (9/25-1/8).

LW Kris Foucault

Calgary        (WHL)

58

23

22

45

-4

56

Scored Calgary’s lone goal in a 5-1 loss to Red Deer (3/4). Leads all Hitmen skaters in points while ranking 2nd in goals and 3rd in assists.

D Colton Jobke

Kelowna      (WHL)

44

1

7

8

+4

77

Registered four PIM and a +1 rating in three games last week. Ranks 5th among Rockets defensemen in points.  

D Bjorn Krupp

Belleville (OHL)

55

1

10

11

-31

54

Skated in three games this past week. Ranks 4th among Belleville blueliners in assists and points.

RW Dylen McKinlay

Chilliwack     (WHL)

48

5

14

19

-13

55

Potted his fifth goal and racked up seven PIM in four games last week. Missed 16 games with a knee injury (10/16-11/26). 

COLLEGE/USHL

TEAM

GP

G

A

PTS

+/-

PIM

NOTES

C Anthony Hamburg

Colgate (ECAC)

7

0

3

3

-4

4

Snapped a six-game scoreless streak with an assist (3/5).  Named the Lancers’ Old Chicago Player of the Month for January.  

Omaha

(USHL)

18

4

7

11

-5

6

LW Erik Haula

Minnesota   (WCHA)

32

6

18

24

+10

20

Recorded eight shots and two PIM in a pair of games vs. Bemidji State. Co-leads the Gophers in assists and is T-3rd in points. Led all Finnish players with four goals and ranked 2nd with seven points in six games at the World Junior Championship.

D Sean Lorenz

Notre Dame (CCHA)

36

4

9

13

+25

32

Notre Dame was off this past week. Leads the team in plus/minus rating and ranks 3rd among defensemen in scoring.

D Kyle Medvec

Vermont       (HE)

27

2

4

6

-8

28

Returned to the lineup after missing the past five games due to injury (3/5). Ranks 4th among Vermont defensemen in points.

F Jason Zucker

Denver   (WCHA)

34

20

18

38

+20

51

Skated in two games last week and was named College Hockey Rookie of the Month for February. He ranks 2nd in WCHA play in goals and 3rd in points. Named WCHA Freshman of the Week 12/7 and 12/14. Claimed a bronze medal at the World Junior Championship, potting one goal in four games.

INTL

TEAM

GP

G

A

PTS

+/-

PIM

NOTES

F Mikael Granlund

HIFK Helsinki (Finland -    SM-liiga)

38

8

27

35

+7

14

Recorded three points (1-2=3) and a +3 rating in three games last week. He was sidelined 21 games with an injury (10/16-12/28).

RW Johan Larsson

Brynas  (Sweden – J20 Super Elit)

10

6

9

15

+8

8

Skated in two games as Brynas finished the regular season in 7th place. Served as captain of Team Sweden and co-led the U19 5 Nations Tournament with 10 points (4-6=10) in four games. Posted four points (1-3=4) and four PIM in six games at the World Junior Championship.

Brynas

(Sweden –

Elitserien)

43

4

4

8

+3

18

RW Mikko Lehtonen

Skelleftea

(Sweden – Elitserien)

55

30

28

58

+1

34

Finished the regular season as the league leader in goals and ranking 2nd in points. Acquired along with D Jeff Penner from Boston in exchange for G Anton Khudobin (2/28).

F Jere Sallinen

Blues Espoo (Finland -    SM-liiga)

54

5

8

13

+4

28

Dished out an assist to end an eight game streak without a helper (3/8).

GOALTENDERS

TEAM

GP

MIN

GAA

W-L-OTL

GA

SV%

NOTES

Dennis Endras

Augsburger (Germany -DEL)

45

2613

3.15

20-21-4

137

0.901

Saved 48 of 51 shots in a 4-3 shootout loss (3/6). Made 18 stops as Augsburger dropped a 4-3 decision to EHC Munchen (3/4).        

Johan Gustafsson

VIK (Sweden - Hockey Allsvenskan)

26

1510

2.30

 

58

0.910

Owns a 1-1-0 record with a 2.94 GAA and a .867 SV% in two playoff games. VIK is currently playing for a spot in the Elite league next season.

Darcy Kuemper

Red Deer      (WHL)

56

3320

1.90

40-12-4

105

0.932

Posted a 21-save victory (3/4) and stopped 28 shots in a 4-2 loss (3/1). He currently ranks 1st in the WHL in wins, GAA, SV% and shutouts. Named CHL Goalie of the Week for the period of 10/4-10/10, 11/29-12/5, and 1/10-1/16. Named WHL Player of the Week for the period of 1/10-1/16 and WHL Goalie of the Month for January.

 
 

 


 

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