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RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - November 14, 2004

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers

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PHOTO: Fedor Tyutin tallied a pair of goals in Hartford's 3-2 win over Providence on Saturday.

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Tyutin's Going Away Present Sinks Bruins
The Providence Bruins would like to see
Fedor Tyutin bump his flight up. The Wolf Pack's standout blueliner may be headed back to Russia on Monday, but he gave his Hartford mates a going away present on Saturday, scoring two goals in a 3-2 victory over the Baby B's in AHL action. Lawrence Nycholat netted the game-winner at 12:14 of the third period to lift the Pack (10-2-0) back on the winning track after two consecutive losses. gwg at the 12:14 mark of the third period. Dominic Moore chipped in two assists and Steve Valiquette made 29 saves in the win.

Helminen, Falardeau Net First Pro Goals in Checkers Loss
The Charlotte Checkers suffered their first road loss of the 2004-05 season on Saturday, falling to the Greenville Grrrowl, 5-4, in Greenville, South Carolina. After building a 4-1 second-period lead, Charlotte saw the Grrrowl score four unanswered goals to snag the two points. Blueshirt prospects Lee Falardeau and Dwight Helminen each tallied their first professional goals in the loss.

Walsh Assists as Irish Edge Western Michigan, 3-2
Notre Dame junior left wing Mike Walsh collected an assist, his fourth in the last two games, in helping to lift the Fighting Irish to its first CCHA win of the season on Saturday, a 3-2 victory over Western Michigan. Walsh has collected four assists in eight games this season, including three helpers on November 5 in a 4-4 tie with Bowling Green.

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