Three Rangers prospects competed in postseason play on Friday in the OHL and WHL playoffs. Here is a player-by-player look at their performances:
Guelph Storm (OHL)Playoff Series:
Guelph vs. London (London wins series 4-1)Callahan's Playoff Scoring to Date:
13 games, 7 goals, 17 assistsApril 28:
London 5, Guelph 4 (OT) (at London)
Callahan had the second assist on Kyle Wharton's power-play tally that gave Guelph a 1-0 lead at 4:27 of the first period. Looking to extend their playoff series, the Storm had led the Knights 4-2 with 6:29 remaining in the game before London rallied to tie it and then win in overtime. David Bolland scored the game-tying goal on a power play with 16 seconds left, and Sergei Kostitsyn won it at 17:09 of overtime, enabling London to reach the OHL finals.
Barrie Colts (OHL)Playoff Series:
Barrie vs. Peterborough (Peterborough wins series 4-1)Petruzalek's Playoff Scoring to Date:
14 games, 8 goals, 11 assistsApril 28:
Peterborough 7, Barrie 0 (at Peterborough)
Petruzalek was held without a point as the Colts bowed out of the playoffs in the Eastern Conference Finals. Peterborough led 2-0 after one period and 5-0 after two periods as it closed the series with a bang.Roman PsurnyPosition:
Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)Playoff Series:
Medicine Hat vs. Moose Jaw (Moose Jaw wins series 4-1)Psurny's Playoff Scoring to Date:
13 games, 4 goals, 7 assistsApril 28:
Moose Jaw 4, Medicine Hat 3 (OT) (at Medicine Hat)
Psurny did not score a point as the Tigers saw their 2005-06 season end in Game 5 of the WHL's Eastern Conference Finals. Medicine Hat, the league's regular-season champion, managed to force overtime after climbing out of a two-goal deficit. Moose Jaw's Matthew Hansen scored the winner at 3:57 of OT.