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Rangers Prospect Weekly Review No. 6

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers
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Week of Nov.13-19

Eric Hunter -- Hunter had his best week of the 2006-07 season, tallying three multi-point games in four matches with the Prince George Cougars. The captain kicked off the week tallying two goals in the third period for a come-from-behind victory over Kelowna on Nov. 15. After being held scoreless in a 3-1 loss to Everett on Nov. 17, Hunter came back with a vengeance the following night vs. Chilliwack with another two-goal effort that was good enough for second star honors. He closed out his big week the next night against Seattle, tallying a goal and an assist in a 5-1 victory on the road. For the season, Hunter has nine goals and 11 assists for 20 points and 53 penalty minutes in 24 games.

Darin Olver -- The Northern Michigan forward has put points up in bunches this season, and this week was no different. Her started the week off with a three-point performance in a 6-4 loss to Minnesota-Duluth on Nov. 15, notching a goal and two assists. The center then earned second star honors with his second straight three-point game, tallying a two goals an assist in a 7-2 thrashing of Western Michigan on Nov. 17. In 15 games, Olver has five goals and nine assists for 14 points and 14 penalty minutes.

Marc-Andre Cliche -- The latter of two Rangers second round pick in 2005 continued to light up the competition in the QMJHL. He tallied an assist on the game's final goal in a 4-1 victory over Halifax on Nov. 17, earning third star honors in the process. On Nov. 19, Lewiston's captain was named the game's first star with two goals, rallying his team from a 2-0 deficit for a 4-2 road victory over Moncton. Cliche leads the MAINEiacs with 32 points on 14 goals and 18 assists in 24 games.

Jan Marek-- After missing last weekend's Karjala Cup tournament with the flu, Marek picked up right where he left off, tallying a goal and two assists in his return to the Magnitogorsk lineup on Nov. 16. He also had the lone assist on the game-winning goal vs. Kazan on Nov. 18.

Artem Anisimov -- Coming off a strong performance in the Four Nations Under-20 tournament, where he had two points in two games, Anisimov was held off the scoresheet in his return to the Russian Superleague

Ryan Hillier -- It was a rough week for the Mooseheads as they lost four straight games, including back to back defeats to Cliche and the Lewiston MAINEiacs. Still, Hillier managed to tally his 12th goal of the season and is now tied for second on the club in goals scored.

Brodie Dupont -- Dupont continued his successful start to the season with a trio of multi-point games. He tallied two assists, including the game winner, against Kootenay on Nov. 15 before being named the second star of the game on Nov. 17 with two more assists in a loss to the Ice. Dupont finished up on Nov. 18, earning third star honors with a goal and an assist in a come-from-behind win over Moose Jaw.

Bobby Sanguinetti -- The offensive minded blueliner continued to rack up the points, highlighted by a two-point outburst on Nov. 16. In a 5-4 loss to Barrie, Sanguinetti tallied a goal and assist to keep his Attack squad in the game.

Tom Pyatt -- Pyatt reached the 20-goal plateau in just his 24th game of the season, and is only four goals shy of his career mark set last season.

Jordan Foote -- The Huskies winger had a strong week for Michigan Tech, highlighted by a two-point performance in a 3-3 tie with Denver on Nov. 18. In that match he tallied his team's first goal of the game at 4:32 of the second period before assisting on his team's second tally that tied the game at two apiece.
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