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Prospect Report: Agostino Named AHL Player of the Week

Providence forward leads team in points, assists

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - When Kenny Agostino signed with the Bruins, he had already established a reputation as an elite scorer at the AHL level. Agostino was named the MVP of the American Hockey League last season after tallying 24 goals, 59 assists, and a league-leading 83 points.

The New Jersey native has picked up right where he left off last season. Through three games for Providence, Agostino leads the P-Bruins in assists (5), points (7), and is tied for the team lead in goals (2). After recording a point on each of Providence's five goals over the previous two games (2-3-5), the forward was named the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending Oct. 15.

Agostino and the P-Bruins are in the midst of preparing for a stretch of three games in three days beginning against the Springfield Thunderbirds on Friday.

P-Bruins Move Practice Facility

The P-Bruins announced a partnership with Providence College Athletics to hold practices at Schneider Arena when Dunkin' Donuts Center is not available beginning this season.

Providence previously held its practices at the Rhode Island Sports Center in North Smithfield, R.I.

Schneider Arena serves as the home of the Providence College men's and women's hockey teams.

Stats Leaders

POINTS

Providence (AHL)

Kenny Agostino 7

Peter Cehlarik 5

Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson 4

Tommy Cross 2

Jordan Szwarz 2

NCAA

Trent Frederic 5

Cameron Hughes 2

Ryan Lindgren 1

Jack Becker 1

Juniors

Jack Studnicka 14

Cedric Pare 4

Europe

Victor Berglund 5

Joona Koppaenen 1

Oskar Steen 1

GOALS

Providence

Agostino 2

Cehlarik 2

Forsbacka Karlsson 2

Cross 2

NCAA

Frederic 2

Hughes 1

JUNIORS

Studnicka 4

Pare 3

EUROPE

Berglund 3

Steen 1

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