RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - November 10, 2004
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Jonasen Notches Game-Winner for Amerks
Tri-City captain Marcus Jonasen continues to lead the way for the Americans with a 2-1 victory at Regina in WHL action on Tuesday. Jonasen's power play game-winner at 10.28 of the third period lifted Tri-City their seventh win of the season.
Jonasen, who leads the clubs with seven goals and 13 points in 16 games, also collected two penalty minutes in the contest.
The Amerks continue their WHL Eastern Conference road swing tonight as they face Saskatoon and rookie scoring threat, Zdenek Bahensky.
Paiement Adds to Point Totals in Shutout Win
Jonathan Paiment recorded an assist in Lewiston's 4-0 win at Chicoutimi in QMJHL action on Tuesday, boosting his scoring totals in the process. The Lewiston blueliner now ranks second among all QMJHL defensemen with 25 points (four goals, 21 assists) in 22 games.CHL ACTION ON TAP FOR TONIGHT:
Top WHLers Psurny, Dawes Face Off Tonight
A battle of first place titans will take place tonight in Kootenay, as the BC Division leading Ice host the top team in the Central Division, the Medicine Hat Tigers.
Tigers forward Roman Psurny, who is tied for third in WHL rookie scoring and tied for fourth on the club with 14 points, faces WHL sniper Nigel Dawes for the first time this season.
Dawes currently ranks 10th in the league and first on the team with 21 points. He also ranks third in the WHL and first on the club with 14 goals. Nigel needs only two goals to move into first place in all-time goals scored with the ICE franchise. Jarret Stoll leads the organization with 124 career goals.
Moncton's Graham Shoots for Six Straight
Moncton forward Bruce Graham has had the midas touch of late for the WildCats, and tonight he'll try to keep it going against Rouyn-Noranda.
Entering tonight's contest, the 6-6, 235-lbs. forward has posted a five-game point streak dating back to October 29, registering eight points over the span.
He has also collected points in nine of last 12 games (nine goals and six assists for 15 points). Graham currently ranks first on the WildCats with 12 goals and third on the team with 20 points.