Welcome to the Islanders Prospect Report, a weekly roundup of the Islanders junior, collegiate and European prospects. Check back Tuesday's throughout the season for Alan Fuehring's Bridgeport Report.
COSKEY STAYS HOT:
Cole Coskey is keeping the momentum going. The Isles' 2019 seventh-round pick (209th overall) has 10 points (6G, 4A) through the first eight games of the season with the Saginaw Spirit. Coskey recorded three points (2G, 1A) last week to help bolster Saginaw's record to 4-3-1, which leads the OHL's Western Conference and ranks third overall in the league.
Coskey had an assist on Oct. 3 as Saginaw topped 5-4 wins over the Niagara Ice Dogs. Coskey scored twice as the Spirit dropped a 4-3 decision Oshawa Generals on Oct. 6. Coskey is currently second on the team in goals.
BIBEAU HAS SIX-POINT WEEK:
In the QMJHL, Quebec Remparts captain Felix Bibeau compiled six points (1G, 5A) through his past two games. The Islanders' 2019 sixth rounder (178th overall) added two assists in the Remparts 5-4 win over the Charlottetown Islanders on Oct. 4. Bibeau, a 20-year-old center, registered a four-point night (1G, 3A) on Oct. 6 to propel Quebec 7-5 win over the Saint John Sea Dogs. Bibeau's four-point night matched a personal best and earned him CHL player of the night honors.
Bibeau and the Remparts are ranked fourth in Eastern Conference with a 5-2-0 record (10 points) and are ranked seventh overall in the 'Q.'
Samuel Bolduc recorded three assists in two games for Blainville-Boisbriand Armada. The Isles' 2019 second rounder (57th overall) had two helpers in Blainville-Boisbriand's 5-3 win over Rimouski Oceanic on Oct. 5. The defenseman had one assist in Armada's 5-1 loss to Sherbrooke Phoenix on Oct. 6.
Bolduc and Blainville-Boisbriand are ranked fourth in the Western Conference with a 3-3-1 record (seven points) and are 10th overall in the Q.
ADAMS SCORES IN NCAA PRESEASON:
College hockey is back. Collin Adams scored a power-play goal for the North Dakota Fighting Hawks in preseason action on Oct. 5. Adams, the Isles' 2016 sixth rounder (170th overall) buried a rebound on the man-advantage to help the Fighting Hawks claim a 5-1 exhibition win over the University of Manitoba.
North Dakota is ranked No. 18 in the NCAA national polls.
SOROKIN AND CSKA LEAD KHL:
Over in the KHL, Ilya Sorokin continues to dominate. Through the first 14 games of the season, CSKA Moskva is No. 1 in the KHL with a record of 9-2-3 and 23 points. In seven games of action to-date, the Islanders' 2014 third-round pick (78th overall) has posted a 5-1-1 record. Among KHL netminders, Sorokin ranks sixth for both his .942% save percentage and his 1.38 goals against average.