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House of Crouse & Panthers in the Pipeline

by Mike Lewis / Florida Panthers

FloridaPanthers.com takes a look at the Panthers prospects in the AHL, CHL, College and more in the Nov. 2 prospect report.

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LAST TWO

Oct. 30 – Portland Pirates at Providence Bruins (6-4 L)

Oct. 31 – Portland Pirates vs. Rochester Americans (4-3 L)

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MOVING FORWARD

In the midst of a three-game losing streak, the Pirates will look to reverse their recent fortunes on their upcoming road trip against the reigning Eastern Conference Champion Utica Comets. Recently falling to the Americans (Oct. 31) and P-Bruins (Oct. 30), the Pirates showed some positive signs over the weekend.

Leading scorer Rob Schremp scored twice against Providence in their Friday night match-up. Schremp now has 7 points (5-2-7) in his first seven games.

Kyle Rau scored his fourth goal of the season against Rochester, while Brent Regner and MacKenzie Weegar recorded their first goals in a Pirates uniform. Despite not getting the outcome they were looking for, the Pirates had their chances in the game as they registered 40 shots against the Americans.

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REINFORCEMENTS

Pirates forwards Rocco Grimaldi (Oct. 31) and Garrett Wilson (Nov. 2) were both recently recalled by Florida, while Logan Shaw (Nov. 2) and Dylan Olsen (Oct. 29) have been assigned to the Pirates.

NEXT UP

Nov. 4 – Portland Pirates at Utica Comets (7:00 p.m.)

Nov. 6 – Portland Pirates vs. Springfield Falcons (7:30 p.m.)

JUNIORS



HOUSE OF CROUSE

Florida 2015 first round pick (11th overall), Lawson Crouse’s hot start to the 2015-16 OHL season continued this past week as he extended his point streak to seven games. With 9 points (4-5-9) to start the year, Crouse has notched at least one point in each of his seven games with the Kingston Frontenacs. The Mt. Brydges, Ont., native enters the week having recorded goals in back-to-back contests to compliment his seven game streak.

GO JUHO, GO JUHO, GO

Like his Frontenacs teammate Crouse, Juho Lammikko has gotten off to a strong start. In only his second season of North American hockey, the Noormarkku, Finland native ranks third on Kingston in scoring (second among forwards) with 13 points (5-8-13) in his first 15 games. Lammikko’s 8 assists rank tied for second on Kingston (tied for first among forwards). The 19-year old has recorded at least one point in each of his last five games.

BACK ON THE ATTACK

After being sidelined with an injury, Florida 2015 third rounder (88th overall) Thomas Schemitsch made his season debut with the Owen Sound Attack (OHL) last Wednesday, registering two assists. Schemitch followed next game up with a goal. The 6-foot-4, 206-pound D-man has recorded three points (1-2-3) in his first three games.

ALL ABOUT THAT JAYCE

Panthers 2014 second rounder (32nd overall) Jayce Hawryluk has recorded 22 points (10-12-22) in his first 15 games to rank tied for sixth in Western Hockey League scoring. Hawryluk has recorded three points (1-2-3) in his last two games for the Brandon Wheat Kings.

NCAA

Panthers 2015 sixth round pick (162nd overall) Christopher Wilkie helped push the University of North Dakota to a 5-2 win over Colorado College on Friday (Oct. 30) with a two-goal game. The Freshman Forward scored UND’s second and fourth goals of the game to earn the first multi-goal game of his career.

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