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Kieffer Bellows and Arnaud Durandeau combine for four, three-point games

by Yali Cohen NYIslanders / New York Islanders

Kieffer Bellows and Arnaud Durandeau each had a pair of three-point games last week, as the junior prospects had big offensive weeks. Read about their big games, as well as Anatoli Golyshev and keep up to date with all the statistics in the Islanders Prospect Report.


Kieffer Bellows recorded eight points (3G, 5A) in four games for the Portland Winterhawks last week, including back-to-back three-point nights. 

The Islanders' 2016 first-round pick started his week with a goal and an assist against the Kootenay ICE on Tuesday, before the consecutive three-point games. Bellows emerged from Portland's 7-2 win over Calgary on Wednesday with two goals and an assist, as well as the game's first star. Bellows came out of Friday's 6-2 win over Red Deer with three assists, including a helper on the game-winning goal. 

Tweet from @pdxwinterhawks: ��GOAL��How we feel when @BellowsKieffer scores!!! 4-1 #Winterhawks

Dating back to last week, Bellows accumulated nine points (4G, 5A) on a four-game point streak that ended in Portland's 3-0 win over Edmonton on Saturday. 

Bellows now has 36 points (18G, 18A) in 23 games and is tied for 10th in Western Hockey League scoring. 

Tweet from @HFXMooseheads: ����������@adurandeau21


Arnaud Durandeau scored his first-career hat-trick on Saturday as the Halifax Mooseheads downed the Saint Johns Sea Dogs 7-1. Durandeau's natural hat trick earned him the first star in Saturday's win and put an exclamation point on what was ultimately a six-point week (4G, 2A). 

The Islanders' 2017 sixth-round pick earned earned another first star after tallying three points (1G, 2A) in Halifax's 6-5 win over Moncton on Tuesday. Durandeau played a crucial part in the win, assisting on Joel Bishop's game-winning goal.

Durandeau now has 21 points (9G, 12A) in 26 games this season, ranking fifth in goals and points on the Moosheads. 

Tweet from @HFXMooseheads: This one makes it 3-1. Credit has been given to Arnaud Durandeau for now.


Anatoly Golyshev picked up two more points (2A) last week putting him four points shy from 100 points in the Kontinental Hockey League. Golyshev had an assist in two of Avtomobilist's three games last week, one in a 5-2 loss to Spartak on Tuesday and another in a 5-1 win over Torpedo on Sunday. 

The Islanders' 2016 fourth-round pick is now both two goals away from 50 in his KHL career and two assists away from 50. Golyshev is scoring at a half-point per game pace with 11 points (5G, 6A) in 22 games so far this season. 

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