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PHOTO: Ryan Callahan
extended his point streak to 11 games with a goal in Guelphs 2-1 win over Kingston in OHL action on Sunday.2004-05 Rangers Prospect Scoring >>RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - October 31, 2004 >>RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - October 30, 2004 >>Busy Weekend Ahead - October 29, 2004 >>RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - October 29, 2004 >>CANADIAN HOCKEY LEAGUE:Callahan is the Eye and Heart of the Storm
Guelph Storm captain Ryan Callahan
came through again for his team, tallying the game-winning goal in a hard fought 2-1 win over Kingston
on Sunday in OHL action. Callahans 11th marker of the season came at the 13:26 mark of the third period and was enough to gain the Storm their ninth victory of the season.
With his goal, Callahan extended his point streak to 11 games dating back to October 6. He has posted 14 points (nine goals, five assists) over the span, the third longest of the OHL season to date. Callahan has been kept off the scoresheet just three times in the clubs 16 games and leads the team with 17 points (11 goals, six assists).
A fourth round pick by New York in the 2004 Draft, Callahan leads Guelph with 11 goals and 17 points, while ranking third on the team with a +8 rating in 16 games.
OHL: Sarnia Blanks Ottawa, Petruzalek, 1-0 >>
* Rangers amateur scout Rich Brown on Petruzaleks strong start to the season ... "Jakub is a very clever offensive player with excellent playmaking abilities. Sh has shown terrific anticipation on several occasions, intercepting passes and turning them into scoring chances."Graham, Cats Stare Down Sidney Crosby
Facing off against phenom Sidney Crosby is no easy task, but Bruce Graham and his Moncton Wildcats teammates refused to take a backseat
to the consensus #1 pick in the upcoming NHL Draft, beating Crosby and the Oceanic, 9-5
, in QMJHL action on Sunday.
Graham recorded a goal and an assist on the night, as his point total ran to 10 goals and five assists for 15 points in 18 games. He ranks second on the club with 10 goals and third with 15 points.
The Cats record now stands at 13-4-1 with the victory, good for first place in the QMJHLs Eastern Division with 27 points.
QMJHL: Shawinigan Skates Past Lewiston, Paiement, 2-0 >>NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION:Jessiman Nets Game-Winner vs. UConn, Dartmouth Rebounds
Dartmouth College junior standout Hugh Jessiman and his Big Green mates were smarting after yesterdays 2-1 season-opening upset to Quinnipiac. And the UConn Huskies bore the brunt of their frustration, as Dartmouth scored a 4-1 decision
for their first victory of the season.
Jessiman bagged his first tally of the 04-05 campaign at the 6:17 mark of the first period, converting a Lee Stempniak pass for what would turn out to be the game-winner.
The Big Green will begin Ivy League play next weekend as they host Yale and Princeton.
Hockey East: BU Edges Maine, 2-1 >>EUROPEAN LEAGUES:Immonen Goal Not Enough for JYP
Jarkko Immonens seventh goal of the season wasn't enough for JYP, who fell to Assat, 3-2 in Finnish League action on Sunday.
Immonen has averaged a point per games this season, ranking second in the league with 19 points (seven goals, 12 assists) in 19 games.
Czech Republic Extraleague: Pardubice, Lasselberger Plzeri Skate to Scoreless Tie >> Richter Leads Sparta Praha Past Chemopetrol, 2-1 >>