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Prospects Report: Oct. 14, 2009

by William Yoder / Columbus Blue Jackets

Every Wednesday throughout the 2009-10 season, will bring you the "Prospect Report" to keep Columbus fans updated on the next wave of Blue Jackets players.

David Savard, D

18 years old, 6-1, 200 pounds (St. Hyacinthe, PQ)
Selected in the fourth round, 94th overall, in the 2009 Entry Draft

Savard contributed three assists Sunday on the way to an 8-1 route over the Hailfax Mooseheads of the QMJHL. Through 10 games this season with the Moncton Wildcats, Savard is tied for the team lead with 10 assists. The defender has added one goal to give him 11 points total and is currently +6 on the season, good enough for second on his team.

Thomas Larkin, D

18 years old, 6-5, 221 pounds (Cocquio Trevusago, Italy)
Selected in the fifth round, 137th overall, in the 2009 Entry Draft

Larkin started his collegiate career this week by playing in his first two games for Colgate University. The Defender earned his first collegiate point by adding the sole assist on the game-winning goal of Saturday's victory over the Rochester Institute of Technology. The defender has a +1 plus/minus rating so far this season.

Kevin Lynch, F

18 years old, 6-1, 198 pounds (Grosse Pointe, MI)
Selected in the second round, 56th overall, in the 2009 Entry Draft

Lynch made his collegiate debut Friday night in a 2-0 loss against the University of Alaska. Through two games for the University of Michigan this season, Lynch has won 14 faceoff’s to only five losses and has a -1 plus/minus rating.

Kyle Neuber, RW

20 years old, 6-2, 215 pounds (Sarnia, ON)
Selected in the seventh round, 197th overall, in the 2009 Entry Draft

Through four games this season with the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League, Neuber has registered one goal for one point. Neuber also has a +3 plus/minus rating on the year. In 59 games last season for the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors, Neuber scored nine goals and added three assists for a total of 12 points on the year.

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