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Prospect Update: Ronning Stays Hot in Vancouver

Updates on Day, Gettinger, Huska and more

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

Forward Ty Ronning scored his 57th goal of the season Friday night for Vancouver in a loss to Tri-City in the Western Hockey League. The 20-year-old has 15 goals in his last 17 games for the Giants, while his 57 overall rank second in the WHL this season.

Defenseman Sean Day extended his assist streak to four games when he picked up a helper in Kingston's win over Ottawa in the Ontario Hockey League. The 2016 third round pick has seven assists in his four games, and eight in his last six contests. Overall, he has five goals and 38 assists for 43 points split between Windsor and the Frontenacs. 

Tim Gettinger had a pair of assists to help Sault Ste. Marie top Kitchener 4-3. The 2016 draft selection has a six-game point streak during which he's scored three goals and six assists for nine points, and he has points in 10 of his last 12 games. Overall, Gettinger has posted career-highs across the board with 33 goals and 34 assists for 67 points in 62 games.

Goaltender Adam Huska made 33 saves in a Game 1 loss for UConn against Boston University in the quarterfinal series in Hockey East. He had missed the previous nine games due to a wrist injury.

Down in Hartford, Cole Schneider scored twice while Dan Catenacci added another in a 4-3 loss to Charlotte. Ryan Sproul and Steven Fogarty had assists, and goaltender Chris Nell made 19 saves.

Goaltender Brandon Halverson made 35 saves to earn his eighth victory of the season for Greenville, who topped South Carolina, 3-2, in the ECHL.

Igor Shesterkin and Yegor Rykov advanced to the second round of the Kontinental Hockey League playoffs by sweeping the 8th seeded Severstal. Shesterkin did not play any of the games while Rykov was held without a point in the four contests.

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