October 17-23 CBJ Prospect Week In Review Part 1 CHL
- Updated: October 24, 2011
Back at it Jackets nation time for the week in review, it was a rough weekend in Springfield as the Falcons went 0-3 this weekend. The Falcons only scored two goals last week and Cam Atkinson was part of both off them. Atkinson had a assist on Saturday on Wade Macleod’s goal and then scored the only goal in a 4-1 loss on Sunday. The Chicago Express went 1-1 this weekend winning its home opener then losing on Sunday to South Carolina. Going off a tweet it appears someone with at least a little connection to the Jackets is heading to the Windy City, as Paul Dainon was not looking forward to a 15 hour drive.
Boone Jenner, Oshawa Generals(OHL)
Last Week Stats:3GP 2-1-3 +2 2PIM
Boone started the week adding to his six game point streak(3-5-8) with his goal in the Generals win over Peterborough. Jenner was named first star scoring the game winning shorthanded goal. The streak was snapped in the team’s next game a 5-2 loss to Sudbury on Saturday, only the third time this season Jenner has been held scoreless. The next game was a wild one as fellow Jackets prospect Brandon Archibald and the Saginaw Spirit invaded Oshawa after spotting the Spirit a 4-0 lead the Gens made a game out of it losing 7-6, Jenner had a goal and a assist in the loss.
Quick update on Dalton Smith after serving his 10 game suspension, Smith will return on Thursday night against the Peterborough Petes.
Brandon Archibald, Saginaw Spirit(OHL)
Last Week Stats:3GP 0-0-0 E 9PIM
After scoring his first points of the season last week Brandon went scoreless this past week. The Spirit went 3-0 this week outscoring opponents 21-9 with the previously mentioned Generals scoring 6 of them. Archibald got into a fight in the Spirit’s game against Peterborough taking on Pete’s tough guy Derek Mathers(52PIM in 13 games).
Lukas Sedlak, Chicoutimi Sagueneens(QMJHL)
Last Week Stats:3GP 0-1-1 -1 4PIM
Last week I said that Sedlak was gonna miss time with an injury well he did…1 game. Sedlak missed a game last week with just a bad bruise on his ankle. Sedlak picked up an assist in the team’s shootout loss to Baie-Comeau on Sunday, Sedlak took a shot in the shootout missing. Sedlak won 28 of the 57 faceoffs he took last week.
Petr Straka, Rimouski Oceanic(QMJHL)
Last Week Stats:3GP 1-0-1 +1 0PIM
The Oceanic went 3-0 with Straka scoring his fourth of the season Wednesday night against Val-d’Or(35 seconds in). Straka and Rimouski finished out the week with a back to back against the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. Straka is closing in 100 points in his QMJHL career(115GP 42-55-97)
Mathieu Corbeil, Saint John Sea Dogs(QMJHL)
Last Week Stats:2GP 2-0 .1000Sv% 0.00GAA
Last week was probably the best week of Mathieu Corbeil’s career starting off the week being summoned to Columbus to back up Steve Mason when every signed goalie was injured. After his 24 hour stint in Columbus Mathieu was returned to Saint John and the Dogs were off to a place hes familair with. Corbeil returned to where he started his Q career, in a game against Halifax Corbeil made 20 saves to pick up his first regular season shutout and was named first star. After being given the night off against the PEI a game that the Dogs won 10-3 Corbeil was back in the crease against Quebec and he did it again pitching a 22 save shutout for his second straight shutout and setting a new shutout streak record(121:55). On a quick undrafted player note Sea Dogs player Danick Gauthier leads the Q with 16 goals in 15 games.
Michael Chaput, Shawinigan Cataractes(QMJHL)
Last Week Stats:2GP 0-2-2 +1 0PIM
In the Cats two games last week Chaput had a assist iin each game as the team went 2-0. Chaput has points in 9 of his last 11 games picking up 12 points in that span(3-9-12). In the team’s win over Victoriaville Chaput was named second star when he had a assist aand won 23 of 31 faceoffs Chaput continued his dominance at the faceoff dot winning 33 of 47 this weekend. Chaput is second on Shawinigan in points and leads the team in assists, and is fourth in the Q in faceoff wins.
Austin Madaisky, Kamloops Blazers(WHL)
Last week Stats:3GP 0-1-1 +1 4PIM
Madaisky had a assist last week as the Blazers continued there strong start going 2-1 last week. Madaisky’s assist came in the Blazers 7-4 win over Lethbridge. Madaisky sits tied for fifth among WHL defensemen with 11 points in 12 games. The Blazerse sit second in the Western Conference and are the WHL’s second highest scoring team.
Mike Reilly, Penticton Vees(BCHL)
Last Week Stats:4GP 4-3-7 2PIM
Mike was the busiest prospect last week playing in four games and helping the Vees go 3-1. Mike scored three goals and added four assists to keep adding to his seven game point streak(6-4-10). The week started with the Vees losing for only the second time in regulation this season with Mike adding a assist. The team bounced back in a game against the 3 time defending champs the Vernon Vipers with Mike scoring a goal and a assist. Mike was named first star in the team’s next game a 2-1 win over the Cowichan Valley Capitals(way to be original with the logo by the way). Mike scored the game winner on a very Rick Nashian goal(go to about 4:44 in the video). To close out the week Mike had his best game as a Vee scoring two goals and adding a assist and was named second star. Mike leads all Vee and BCHL defensemen with 18 points in 13 games only being held off the scoresheet once.
Anton Forsberg, MODO(Sweden)
Last Week Stats:1GP 0-1 .886Sv% 4.12GAA
For the first time this season Anton Forsberg made back to back starts for MODO, making the first one last week picking up his first career win. This week Forsberg started against Skelleftea, Anton made 31 saves in the loss.
There you have it folks the CBJ junior prospects week in review, finally gonna do a NCAA prospect review since everyone except Sean Collins(stupid Ivy League rules) has played 5-6 games will get to that later this week as for this week Mathieu Corbeil and Saint John finally will raise there Memorial Cup Banner and will do it when Lukas Sedlak and the Sags are in town plus Sean Collins at Cornell will play the first game of his senior year.