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RANGERS PROSPECT NOTES - November 18, 2004

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers


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PHOTO: Dwight Helminen tallied his second goal of the season in Charlotte's 6-5 shootout win over Houston on Wednesday.

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Helminen Scores in Charlotte's 6-5 Shootout Win
Dwight Helminen’s second goal of the season at 15:14 of the third period tied up the game at 5-5 before the Checkers carried a 2-0 advantage in their first shootout for a 6-5 win over Texas. The Checkers now sit in first place in the ECHL's American Division with a record of 8-2-1 and 17 points.




Psurny Collects Two Assists in Mediciune Hat Rout
Roman Psurny collected two assists, snapping a four-game scoreless drought, as Medicine Hat skated to a 8-1 win over Moose Jaw in WHL action on Wednesday. The Tigers are in first place in their division with a 15-4-1 record through 20 games this season. Psurny is now tied for fourth in WHL rookie scoring with 16 points (six goals, 10 assists).


Bahensky Ejected in 5-2 Saskatoon Win
The Saskatoon Blades defeated Swift Current, 5-2, in WHL play on Wednesday holding on to their first place position in the division with a 16-4-2 record through 22 games.
Zdenek Bahensky received a boarding penalty at the 1:59 mark of the first period and was assessed a game misconduct. Bahensky has posted 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) and 31 penalty minutes in 22 games on the season.


Hirschovits, HIFK Battle to 2-1 Win
Kim Hirschovits collected 25 penalty minutes after dropping the gloves at the 10:31 mark of the 2nd period as HIFK edged SaiPa, 2-1, in Finnish League action on Wednesday. Hirschovits has collected nine points (four goals, five assists) and 37 penalty minutes in 21 games this seasin for HIFK.


TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE:
OHL: Guelph (Ryan Callahan) vs. Toronto
FIN: JYP (Jarkko Immonen) vs. Jokerit
FIN: TPS (Lauri Korpikoski) vs. Assat
SWE: Frolunda (Henrik Lundqvist) vs. Malmo
CCHA: Michigan (Al Montoya) vs. Michigan State (Corey Potter)
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