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RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - November 17, 2004

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers


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PHOTO: Jarkko Immonen tallied the game-winning goal for JYP on Tuesday in a 3-2 win over SaiPa.

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Immonen Nets Winner to Lead JYP Past SaiPa, 3-2
The Finnish League resumed play on Tuesday and JYP forward Jarkko Immonen picked up exactly where he left off, collecting the game-winning goal in a 3-1 win over SaiPa. Immonen, the first star of the game, now has 21 points (nine goals, 12 assists) in 21 games on the season.



Korpikoski Returns Following Injury
In other Finnish League action on Tuesday, Lauri Korpikoski returned to the TPS lineup after missing six games due to a knee injury. TPS edged the Espoo Blues, 3-2. The Finnish League rookie has collected two assists in 15 games this season for TPS.



Big Win for Former Ranger Donato, Harvard
The Harvard men's hockey team snapped a nine-game winless streak against cross-town rival Boston College on Tuesday, stunning the top-ranked Eagles, 3-1, at the Bright Hockey Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Recap:
Harvard 3, Boston College 1 >>


Bahensky Snaps Scoreless Stretch, Blades Down Brandon
Zdenek Bahensky snapped a four-game scoring drought with assist as the Saskatoon Blades cruised to a 4-1 win over the Brandon Wheat Kings in WHL action on Tuesday. Bahensky is currently tied for second among WHL rookies with 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) in 21 games.



Marek Assists in Sparta Praha Win
Jan Marek collected an assist in Sparta Praha's 4-0 shutout win over Jihlava in Czech Republic Extraleague action on Tuesday. Marek has posted 10 points (two goals, eight assists) in 15 games on the season. Sparta Praha leads the Czech League with a 17-3-2 record.


TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE:
ECHL: Charlotte vs. Texas
WHL: Moose Jaw vs. Medicine Hat (Roman Psurny)
WHL: Everett (Ivan Baranka) vs. Spokane
WHL: Saskatoon (Zdenek Bahensky) vs. Swift Current
WHL: Brandon vs. Prince Albert (Dane Byers)
WHL: Kamloops (Rick Kozak) vs. Prince George
FIN: HIFK (Kim Hirschovits) vs. SaiPa
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