Every Wednesday throughout the 2009-10 season, BlueJackets.com will bring you the "Prospects Report" to keep Columbus fans updated on the next wave of Blue Jackets players.
Allen York, G
20 years old, 6-4, 180 pounds (Wetaskiwin, AB)
Drafted in the sixth round, 158th overall, in the 2007 Entry Draft
Allen York had sixteen saves in his last outing for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in a 5-4 overtime loss to Union. Through 12 games this season, the sophomore goaltender has a 6-5-1 record. York enters his sophomore season at R.I.T. after posting a 5-10-0 record his freshman year. In 16 games York had a 3.02 goals against average and a save percentage of .901
Theo (Teddy) Ruth, D
20 years old, 6-1, 208 (Naperville, IL.)
Drafted in the second round, 46th overall, by the Washington Capitals in the 2007 Entry Draft. Traded to Columbus Blue Jackets in 2008 for Sergei Federov
After missing the first 10 games of the season for the Fighting Irish, Ruth has had a strong showing in his first six games of his junior year. This season he has registered one assist for one point, has served eight penalty minutes, and has a -1 plus/minus rating. Last season as a sophomore for the Irish, Ruth played in 36 games scoring two goals and adding five assists for a total of seven points. He finished with 42 penalty minutes served and had a +11 plus/minus rating.
Nick Sucharski, F
21 year old, 6-2, 190 (Toronto, ON)
Drafted in the fifth round, 136th overall, in the 2006 Entry Draft
Nick Sucharski added an assist on a second period goal by teammate Derek Grant in a 7-3 losing effort against Wisconsin last Friday night. The assist was the seniors sixth of the year. Through 16 games for Michigan State this season, Sucharski has registered two goals and six assists for a total of 8 points. He also has a -2 plus/minus rating.
Trent Vogelhuber, F
19 years old, 6-2, 180 (Dublin, OH)
Drafted in the seventh round, 211th overall, in the 2007 Entry Draft
Trent Vogelhuber scored a goal in the third period Saturday night to help Miami of Ohio tie North Dakota 5-5. The goal was the sophomores first of the season. Through 14 games this year, Vogelhuber has one goal and one assist for two points, and has a +2 plus/minus rating. In 29 games for Miami last season, Vogelhuber scored two goals and added two assists for four points as a freshman.