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Islanders Prospect Report: October 14, 2019

Cole Coskey and Felix Bibeau keep the hot hand rolling.

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. Visit our In The System page for even more prospect content.


BIBEAU FILES FOUR-POINTS IN TWO GAMES:

Felix Bibeau, the Islanders' 2019 sixth-round pick (178th overall) recorded four points (2G, 2A) in his last two games. Bibeau had two helpers in Quebec's 6-4 win over Chicoutimi on Oct. 11 and scored twice to propel the Remparts 4-1 win over the Victoriaville Tigres on Oct. 13. Bibeau has recorded 10 points (3G, 7A) during a four-game point streak.

Bibeau, who is the captain of the Remparts, has 16 points (3G, 13A) through the first nine games of the season. The Remparts are ranked third overall in the QMJHL and second in the eastern conference with a 7-2-0 record. 


COSKEY KEEPS ROLLING:

 Cole Coskey continues to dominate in the OHL with the Saginaw Spirit. Coskey has 13 points (7G, 6A) through 10 games played and posted a three-point (1G, 2A) night on Oct. 12 as Saginaw doubled London up 6-3. Teammate - and fellow Isles draft pick - Blade Jenkins had two points (1G, 1A) against London and has six points (3G, 3A) through 10 games this season. Coskey also played his 250th game with Saginaw on Oct. 12. 

Tweet from @SpiritHockey: A big congratulations to @coskey_cole on his 250th game with the Saginaw Spirit! pic.twitter.com/OkJ6KFAqJ7

Saginaw leads the western division and is ranked fourth overall with their 5-4-1 record. 


NEWKIRK WITH SIX-POINTS IN THREE-GAMES:

In the WHL, Reece Newkirk had six-points (1G, 5A) in his three games with the Portland Winterhawks. Newkirk posted a four-point (1G, 3A) night as the Winterhawks routed the Swift Current Broncos 8-2 on Oct. 9. 

Newkirk added two helpers as Portland blanked Red Deer 5-0 on Oct. 11. Through nine games this season, the Isles 2019 fifth-rounder (147th overall) has 10 points (1G, 9A).  

Portland is ranked third in the western conference and ranked seventh overall with a 5-3-1 record. 


ADAMS, PIVONKA, PASTUJOV SCORE FIRST GOALS OF THE SEASON:

 Collin Adams, Jacob Pivonka and Nick Pastujov each scored their first goals of the season with their respective teams in the NCAA. Adams scored as the North Dakota Fighting Hawks topped Canisius 8-1 on Oct. 12. Tweet from @UNDinsider: Adams gives us the lead!#UNDproud @UNDmhockey pic.twitter.com/pqoEMl1nSy

Pivonka recorded his first goal of the season against Air Force as Notre Dame claimed a 6-1 win on Oct. 13. 

Nick Pastujov scored the sole goal for Michigan in their 3-1 loss to Clarkson on Oct. 12. 


SOROKIN AND CSKA MOSCOW LEAD KHL:

CSKA Moscow continues to dominate the KHL and sits in first place with a 12-2-3 record. Through nine games this season, Ilya Sorokin, the Islanders 2014 third-rounder (78th overall) is ranked fifth among KHL goaltenders with two shutouts. Sorokin has a record of 7-1-1, a .941 save percentage and a 1.41 goals against average. 


SALO POSTS FOUR POINTS IN TWO GAMES:

The Islanders 2017 second-round pick (46th overall) scored in back-to-back games and added two assists for SaiPa in Liiga. Through 11 games played this season, Palo has six points (2G, 4A). SaiPai is ranked 13th overall in Liiga. 


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