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Sens Prospect Update - 10.20.2014

by Chris Lund / Ottawa Senators

It was a busy weekend for Senators prospects in action across North American and Europe as their junior and pro seasons are well underway. Let's see how they fared...

Robert Baillargeon - In an exhibition game against the US National U-18 program, Baillargeon had two shots on goal and was a plus-1 for his Boston Terriers in a 6-4 victory. Hehas a goal in Boston's lone regular season game this season. The Terriers are back in action when they take on Michigan State on Oct. 24.

Vincent Dunn - Dunn recorded six penalty minutes and three hits for the Rimouski Océanic as they went 0-1-1 over the weekend. Through 13 games this season, Dunn has recorded five points and 44 penalty minutes. The Océanic will take on Gatineau on Oct. 21.

Shane Eiserman - Eiserman recorded the first point of his collegiate career on Friday night as he scored the eventual game winner for the New Hampshire Wildcats who defeated the No. 10 Michigan Wolverines by a 5-1 score. He didn't find the stat sheet in the rematch one night later as Michigan beat New Hampshire 2-1. The Wildcats take on Colorado College on Oct. 25.

Andreas Englund - The big, steady defenceman didn't record any stats in a 4-2 win for Djurgården over Linkoping on Saturday night. In 12 games this season he has recorded a pair of assists, a minus-4 rating and 20 penalty minutes. Englund will play next when Djurgården take on Frolunda on Oct. 22.

Miles Gendron - The Penticton Vees won both games they played over the weekend, defeating Vernon on Friday night by a 3-1 score and following it up with a 2-1 win over Victoria. In 11 games this season, Gendron has recorded a goal and an assist to go with 10 penalty minutes for the Vees who have a 10-1 record.

Ben Harpur - Harpur picked up an assist for the Guelph Storm in a 3-2 win over the Niagara IceDogs on Friday night, but left the game with an injury and missed the team's Sunday fixture against Saginaw. Harpur has a pair of goals and seven points in seven games this season.

Tobias Lindberg - The rookie Swede continues to enjoy a hot offensive start to his Ontario League career as he picked up two goals and six points over the weekend in addition to being a plus-2 as his Oshawa Generals won all three of their fixtures. Lindberg was named second star in a 6-0 Oshawa win over Owen Sound on Saturday night. The Generals play North Bay on Oct. 23.

Nick Paul - Paul scored two goals, had a plus-2 rating and was named first star of the game on Sunday as his North Bay Battalion defeated the Mississauga Steelheads by a 4-3 score. He now has eight goals and 11 points in eight games played. North Bay hosts Oshawa on Oct. 23.

Francis Perron - The Rouyn-Noranda Huskies picked up a pair of wins over the weekend with Perron scoring a goal in Sunday's 5-3 win over Val D'Or. The weekend performance brings Perron's scoring totals up to six goals and 14 points in 11 games. The Huskies head to Shawinigan on Oct. 22.

Quentin Shore - It was a big weekend for Shore as his Denver Pioneers played a pair of games against Rensselaer and swept the fixtures. On Friday night Shore was named first star of the game for a performance that included a goal, an assist and five shots on goal. He added two assists in the rematch the next night. The Pioneers host Minnesota Duluth on Oct. 24.

Mikael Wikstrand - Wikstrand didn't record any points for Frolunda on Saturday night as they defeated Lulea by a 2-1 score. He has a pair of goals from the blueline in 11 games this season. Frolunda will take on Djurgården on Oct. 22.

Marcus Hogberg - Hogberg stopped 17 of 20 shots on Saturday night but his Linkoping squad ultimately fell by a 4-2 score. In six games this season, Hogberg has posted a 2.64 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage. Linkoping takes on Vaxjo on Oct. 21.

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