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RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - December 16, 2004

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers

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PHOTO: Brandon Dubinsky tallied two goals and added an assist in Portland's 7-4 loss to Spokane in WHL action on Wednesday.

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Portland (Dubinsky) 4, Spokane 7
It’s good news, bad news for the Portland Winterhawks. Good news: it looks as if forward Brandon Dubinsky is starting to heat up. Bad news: Dubinsky’s efforts on Wednesday night weren’t enough to gain the Hawks a victory. The Portland star charted his first multi-goal game of the season and chipped in an assist in his club’s 7-4 loss to the Spokane Chiefs. Brandon now has points in four of his last five games (3-4-7), but his team is winless in their last four (0-3-1).

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Tri-City (Jonasen) 3, Everett (Baranka) 0
It was a match-up of U.S. Division foes and Rangers prospects on Wednesday in Everett, with Ivan Baranka and the Silvertips hosting the Tri-City Americans and Marcus Jonasen. While neither player dented the scoresheet, it was Jonasen and the Amerks surprising the hometown ‘Tips, 3-0.

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Seattle 5, Saskatoon (Bahensky) 1
The Saskatoon Blades dropped their second straight game Wednesday evening, falling to Seattle, 5-1. Saskatoon rookie scoring threat Zdenek Bahensky did not dress in the contest.

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Moncton (Graham) 3, Halifax 2
The Moncton WildCats developed many common themes when they face-off against the Halifax Mooseheads. First, all three meetings have been decided by one goal. Second, the ‘Cats have come out on top in each of the three tilts. And finally, Bruce Graham has been a major thorn in the Mooseheads’ side, scoring in each contest. Graham did it again last night, tallying his 21st of the season and helping the WildCats to a hard-fought 3-2 overtime victory. Graham, who ranks second on the team with 34 points, has goals in two of his last three games.

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