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Islanders Prospect Report: January 6, 2020

Coskey's four-point week and Bolduc's first goal with Sherbrooke highlight this week's report

by Sasha Kandrach KandrachSasha / NewYorkIslanders.com

Welcome to the Islanders Prospect Report, a weekly roundup of the Islanders junior, collegiate and European prospects. Read Alan Fuehring's Bridgeport Report on Tuesday. Visit our In The System page for even more prospect content.


COSKEY NETS GOALS IN BACK-TO-BACK GAMES

In the OHL, Cole Coskey scored in back-to-back games last week.

Coskey earned second star of the game honors on Jan. 4 as he posted a three-point (1G, 2A) game, including a power-play goal to help Saginaw double up the Oshawa Generals 8-4. Coskey scored the following night on Jan. 5 to help the Spirit top Sarnia 5-3.

Tweet from @SpiritHockey: .@NYIslanders prospect @coskey_cole becomes just the 7th #Spirit player to reach 200 career OHL points!!!!!#SAGvsOSH #SoarWithUs #Isles pic.twitter.com/nUzukq6tEa

The Isles' 2019 seventh rounder (209th overall) has 47 points (19G, 28A) through 38 games this season. Coskey has the second-most power-play goals among Saginaw with seven.

Coskey and Saginaw are ranked third in the OHL's Western Conference with 50 points a record of 23-11-4.


BOLDUC SCORES FIRST GOAL WITH SHERBROOKE:

Samuel Bolduc scored his first goal with his new club the Sherbrooke Phoenix on Dec. 31. Bolduc was traded from Blainville-Boisbriand to Sherbroooke on Dec. 15 in exchange for Yann-Félix Lapointe, a 2020 first-round pick, and 2022 second-and third-round picks.

Bolduc earned second star of the game honors as he scored his first goal and helped Sherbrooke to a 3-1 victory over Shawinigan. Through five games with his new club, Bolduc has five points (1G, 4A). This season, the Isles' 2019 second rounder (57th overall) has 21 points (8G, 13A) through 37 total games.

Bolduc and Sherbrooke are ranked first overall in the Q with 62 points and a record of 29-6-4.


NEWKIRK HAS TWO-GOAL OUTING:

In the WHL, Reece Newkirk scored twice and earned first star of the game honors on Jan. 2 to help the Portland Winterhawks grab a 6-4 win against Spokane.

Through 35 games this season, the Isles' 2019 fifth rounder (147th overall) leads the Winterhawks in points (44) and assists (28). Newkirk has the second-most goals among his team with 16.

Newkirk and the Winterhawks are ranked first in the WHL's Western Conference - and second in the WHL - with 58 points and a record of 27-6-4.


ADAMS AND NORTH DAKOTA LEAD NCAA:

Collin Adams and the North Dakota Fighting Hawks lead the NCAA with a record of 16-1-2. Adams scored his sixth goal of the season on Jan. 4 to help the Fighting Hawks win 5-2 and complete their weekend sweep over Alabama Huntsville. Adams posted a three-point night on Jan. 3 as he had three helpers that evening.

Tweet from @UNDinsider: CA with the PPG! #UNDproud @UNDmhockey pic.twitter.com/WzOTa39gsr

Through 19 games this season, the Isles 2016 sixth rounder (170th overall) has 18 points (6G, 12A) and has three game-winning goals.


PASTUJOV SCORES FOURTH OF THE SEASON:

Nick Pastujov scored his fourth goal of his senior season for Michigan on Dec. 31 as the Wolverines dropped a 4-2 decision to Michigan Tech. Pastujov has nine points (4G, 5A) through 20 games and is currently on a three-game point streak (1G, 2A).

Tweet from @FloHockey: Squeezing it in 👌@umichhockey break the deadlock after managing to finally get one past the keeper.#FloHockey pic.twitter.com/L57KFuOns4

Pastujov and the Wolverines are ranked last in the BIG Ten conference with a record of 2-7-1.


GOLYSHEV POTS SIXTH GOAL OF THE SEASON:

Anatoly Golyshev rifled in his sixth goal of the season for Avtomobilist on Jan. 3, despite Avtomobilist dropping a 3-2 decision to Metallurg.

Golyshev has 15 points (6G, 9A) through 27 games this season. Golyshev and Avtombolist are ranked fourth in the KHL's eastern conference with 54 points and a record of 16-13-9.


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