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At Bridgeport

This week Bridgeport only played one game. But what a game it was. Kevin Poulin was a wall, turning away 25 of 27 while coming up with huge saves at the end of regulation. Travis Hamonic [Kohn, Hisey] put in the OT winner and was named the first star of the game. The other goals were scored by David Ullstrom [Joensuu, Hamonic] and Hisey [Schremp and Kohn]. The team finished even on +/- except for Hamonic, Kohn, Schremp and Hisey who finished +1.

Natural Born Kirills

The bigger news this week was the trade of Kirill Kabanov from the Montcon Wildcats to the Lewistown MAINEiacs. Lewistown traded Jordan Kennedy, a second round draft pick in 2011, a fourth round draft pick in 2011, a first round pick in the 2011 CHL Import Draft, and a fourth round draft pick in 2012. Let's hope another change of scenery is what Kirill needed.

Kirill Petrov played two more games, but didn't add to his season totals of 3 goals and 6 assists.

WHL, OHL, NCAA and Europe

Nino Niederreiter made his return to the Portland Winterhawks of the WHL. In his first game back he got into a fight, and in his second game he put up a goal.

The Oshawa Generals played four games in the last week. While Tony DeHart didn't add to his 8 points, he did finish the week +3. Calvin De Haan though came alive, adding a goal and 5 assists on the week to push his season stats to 1 goal, 9 Asissts and +10. Oshawa continues to stay within striking distance of both first in their division and conference.

David Toews is still out with an injury.

Casey Cizikas played 3 games, adding two goals and two assists to his season totals. He now stands at 8 Goals, 5 Assists, 13 Points and +8.

Anders Lee played 3 games for Notre Dame, scoring two goals. He's currently at 7 GP, 6 G, 2 A, 8 Pts.

Matt Donovan and the University of Denver played three games this week. Donovan added a goal and stands at 3 goals in 8 games this season.

The University of North Dakota played three games this week. Brock Nelson added another assist and stands at 8 GP, 3 A, 3 Pts so far this year. Jason Gregoire added two helpers to his season totals which are 8 GP, 3 G, 4 A, 7 Pts.

Although the University of Wisconsin played this week, Jason Clark did not play.

Aaron Ness played three games for Minnesota and added three assists. He's now at 8 GP, 5 A, 5 Pts

Corey Trivino put up an goal and assist in three games this week for Boston U. His season totals are 5 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 Pts.

Brian Day continues on his hot streak with Colgate. In two games this week he notched another two goals and an assist. His totals are at 4 GP, 4 G, 2 A, 6 Pts.

Shane Sims came alive last week, in three games he had a goal and three assists for Ohio State University. 7 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 Pts.

Blake Kessel continues his point per game streak (or assist per game streak) for the University of New Hampshire. He now has 5 Assists in 5 games.

Anders Nilsson played two games for Lulea of the Swedish Select League. He posted a shutout on 16 shots in the first game. He then gave up 3 goals on 26 shots in the second. So far this year he's 8 GP, 1.86 GAA, .901 SV%

Cody Rosen is still 3rd on the depth chart for Clarkson University and has yet to see the ice after seven games.

Sorry if this is late guys, I was still beat from last night. I also didn't post the season totals for Bridgeport because they only played one game. It seemed like a bit of a waste with only one game played. Otherwise it looked like a pretty good week for most of the prospects.