Every Wednesday throughout the 2009-10 season, BlueJackets.com will bring you the "Prospect Report" to keep Columbus fans updated on the next wave of Blue Jackets players.
Trent Vogelhuber, F
19 years old, 6-2, 180 (Dublin, OH)
Drafted in the seventh round, 211th overall, in the 2007 Entry Draft
Miami of Ohio sophomore Trent Vogelhuber had the lone assist on the RedHawks' game winning goal in double overtime against the University of Michigan, helping his club capture the Midwest Regional title of the NCAA tournament and a Frozen Four bid. Vogelhuber and fellow Blue Jackets prospect and RedHawks' defenseman Will Webber will face Boston College Apr. 8 for a chance to advance to the championship game. This is the second appearance for each prospect in the Frozen Four.
Cody Goloubef, D
19 years old, 6-0, 195 pounds (Mississauga, ON)
Drafted in the second round, 37th overall in the 2008 Entry Draft
Cody Goloubef was +1 in the University of Wisconsin's 5-3 victory over St. Cloud State Saturday night as the Badgers won the West Regional of the NCAA tournament and advanced to the Frozen Four. In 40 games this season, Goloubef notched three goals and 10 assists for 13 points and a +13 plus/minus rating. The Badgers will face R.I.T. Apr. 8 for a chance to advance to the championship game on Apr. 10.
John Moore, D
18 years old, 6-2, 195 (Winnetka, Illinois)
Selected in the first round, 21st overall, in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft
Through six playoff games defenseman John Moore has contributed two assists and has helped the Kitchener Rangers advance to the second round of the Ontario Hockey League playoffs. Moore finished the regular season posting 10 goals and 37 assists fro 47 points in 61 games with the Rangers. Moore has been nominated for the CHL Defeseman of the Year and is currently one of five finalists remaining in the competition.
Matt Calvert, LW
19-years-old, 5-10, 182 (Brandon, Manitoba)
Selected in the fifth round, 127th overall, in 2008 NHL Entry Draft
Matt Calvert has a nine-game point streak and has helped the Brandon Wheat Kings go undefeated thus far in the Western Hockey League playoffs. Calvert has registered 10-12-22 during the streak, bringing his season totals to 51-55-57. The Wheat Kings will play the Saskatoon Blades in the conference semi-finals next week.