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Winnipeg Jets Prospect Report - Nov 18th, 2014

by Kalen Qually / Winnipeg Jets

Jamie Phillips, G – Michigan Tech (WCHA)

Jamie Phillips and the Michigan Tech Huskies have pushed their amazing winning streak to 10 in a row with another sweep this past weekend in Bemidji State. The Huskies are the only unbeaten team in college hockey, now sitting at 10‐0‐0. Michigan Tech was outshot in both games versus Bemidji State, forcing Phillips to deal with a total of 71 shots in two games. He stopped 68 of those and improved his impressive stats to .957 save percentage and 1.20 goals against average.

Pavel Kraskovsky, C – Russia (Subway Super Series)

The Jets chose a little‐known Russian in the sixth‐round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft who made himself more well‐known last week during the Subway Super Series. Pavel Kraskovsky earned player of the game honours on Nov. 11 when he contributed two goals and an assist to help Russia beat the WHL selects by a 3‐2 score. He plays in Russia’s developmental league, the MHL, with Yaroslavl where he’s earned 19 points (4G, 15A) in 22 games.

Nik Ehlers, LW – Halifax (QMJHL)

Halifax’s Nik Ehlers is in the midst of a torrid point streak. The Danish winger has amassed 16 points (5G, 11A) over the last eight games dating back to Oct. 29. The jewel of his current point streak was a fourpoint night versus Acadie‐Bathurst, when his hat trick helped push the Mooseheads to a 5‐4 win over the Titan. Since being sent back to the QMJHL following the Jets’ training camp, Ehlers has collected 24 points (9G, 15A) over 16 games played.

Andrew Copp, C – Michigan (Big 10)

Andrew Copp was the recipient of the captain’s C on the Wolverines this year and wore it well last weekend. The junior forward contributed three points (2G, 1A) in Michigan’s 5‐2 win on Friday, Nov. 14 over American International. He then added a power play goal to help complete the sweep on Saturday.

Connor Hellebuyck, G– St. John’s (AHL)

The IceCaps haven’t gotten much in the way of results this season, currently sitting with four wins after 17 games. A bright spot has been the play of rookie goaltender Connor Hellebuyck who has earned each of St. John’s four wins. Hellebuyck went 1‐0‐1 versus Hamilton last week making 65 saves over two games. He was impressive in a losing effort on Nov. 14, making 40 saves in a 2‐1 overtime loss.

Click HERE for the full Winnipeg Jets Prospect Report. (As of Nov. 18, 2014)

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