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Prospect Report: Heinen, Szwarz Pace Providence

Forward duo combines for 13 points in P-Bruins perfect weekend

by Eric Russo and Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins / - Danton Heinen and Jordan Szwarz helped carry the Providence Bruins to a perfect 3-0 weekend, combining for six goals and seven assists. Szwarz also notched the shootout winner in the P-Bruins' 3-2 victory over Belleville on Saturday night.

Heinen, who was assigned to Providence early last week after registering three assists in three games with Boston, and Szwarz are tied for the P-Bruins team lead with eight points apiece.

During Friday's 5-2 victory over Springfield, Szwarz and Austin Czarnik tallied two goals each, while Heinen notched a goal and three assists.

Szwarz was back at it on Saturday against Belleville, as he and Peter Cehlarik scored third-period goals to tie the game, 2-2. Szwarz then sealed a 3-2 win with his shootout tally. Daniel Vladar made 25 saves on 27 shots in his first game of the season.

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Providence closed out its impressive weekend on Sunday with a 4-1 win over Laval. Swarz added two more goals, while Anton Blidh potted his first two goals of the season. Heinen and Czarnik had two assists each, while Zane McIntyre stopped 29 of 30 shots.

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Providence is now 5-1-0 and sits in second place in the Atlantic Division, 1 point behind Lehigh Valley.

Wisconsin Wonders

Trent Frederic and Cameron Hughes of the Wisconsin Badgers are leading all Bruins NCAA prospects in scoring. The Badgers squad is ranked No. 5 in the nation, and 2016 first-round pick (29th overall) Frederic leads them in goals and points (4-4-8). The sophomore standout recorded two goals and two assists over the weekend, as the Badgers split a pair of games with Northern Michigan.

Forward Cameron Hughes, a sixth-round pick (165th overall) in 2015, notched a goal and two assists in the Badgers' 4-0 win on Saturday. The senior serves as Wisconsin's captain, and is tied for fourth on the team with 5 points this season.

Stats Leaders


Providence (AHL)

Danton Heinen 8

Jordan Szwarz 8

Kenny Agostino 7

Peter Cehlarik 6

Austin Czarnik 6

Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson 5

Tommy Cross 3


Trent Frederic 8

Cameron Hughes 5

Jack Becker 1

Ryan Lindgren 1

Cameron Clarke 1


Jack Studnicka 15

Cedric Pare 6


Victor Berglund 5

Joona Koppaenen 3

Oskar Steen 1



Szwarz 5

Cehlarik 3

Agostino 2

Blidh 2

Czarnik 2

Cross 2

Forsbacka Karlsson 2


Frederic 4

Hughes 2


Pare 4

Studnicka 4


Berglund 3

Steen 1

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