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Prospect Report

by Mark Stepneski / Dallas Stars

Here’s an update on Dallas Stars prospects playing in juniors, the European leagues and U.S. colleges.

Tournament play

*D Niklas Hansson (third round/2013) registered one goal and one assist in three games for Sweden’s U20 team, which won the 4 Nations tournament in Czech Republic last week. D Aleksi Makela (seventh round/2013) had no points in three games at the tournament for Finland, which finished in fourth place.

*D Esa Lindell (third round/2012) scored one goal in two games for Finland at the Karjala Tournament. The Finns finished second to Sweden at the tournament.

Western Hockey League

*LW Cole Ully (fifth round/2013) was named the WHL’s player of the month for September/October after registering 26 points (9 goals, 17 assists) in 16 games. Ully returned to action this past week after missing three games due to illness. He registered two assists in two games. He is tied for third in the WHL in scoring with 28 points (9 goals, 19 assists) in 18 games.

*LW Brett Pollock (second round/2014) registered four points (one goals three assists) in three games for Edmonton over the past week. Pollock leads the Oil Kings in scoring with 16 points (seven goals, nine assists) in 19 games.

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

*G Philippe Desrosiers (second round/2013) won both his starts for Rimouski last week, stopping 38 of 40 shots over the two games. Desrosiers is 9-4-1 on the season and ranks second in the QMJHL with a 2.57 goals against average.

Ontario Hockey League

*G Brent Moran (fourth round/2014) won both his starts last week. He stopped 38 of 40 shots in Niagara’s 5-2 win over Erie on Thursday. He registered his first shutout of the season on Saturday, stopping all 27 shots he faced in a 2-0 win over Sarnia. Moran is 4-11-0 with a 3.16 goals against average and .906 save percentage.

*LW Remi Elie (second round/2013) registered five points (one goal, four assists) in three games for Belleville of the OHL last week. Elie is tied for 12th in the OHL in scoring with 24 points (11 goals, 13 assists) in 18 games.

*D Aaron Haydon (sixth round/2014) picked up one assist in three games for Niagara over the past week. Haydon has five points (two goals, three assists) in 18 games.

*D Patrick Sanvido (seventh round/2014) went scoreless in three games last week for Windsor. He has three assists in 17 games.

*C Jason Dickinson (first round/2013) did not play last week due to illness.

*D Alex Peters (third round/2014) remains out following knee surgery.

United States Hockey League

*RW Matej Paulovic (fifth round/2013) scored two goals and chipped in an assist in two games for Muskegon of the USHL. Paulovic has nine points (three goals, six assists) in 14 games this season.


*D Dmitry Sinitsyn (seventh round/2012) played his first game in the KHL, registering no points and a plus-one rating for Moscow Dynamo. He also had one assist in one game for Dynamo Balashikha in Russia’s second highest league. Sinitsyn has nine points (two goals, seven assists) in 20 games in the VHL.

*D John Nyberg (sixth round/2014) played one game for Oskarshamn in Sweden’s second highest league and did not registered an assist. He has one assist in seven games since being loaned to Oskarshamn last month.

*D Ludwig Bystrom (second round/2012) and LW Emil Molin (fourth round/2011) did not play last week due to their teams having a break in the schedule.

*D Miro Karjalainen (fifth round/2014) remains out for HIFK in Finnish junior hockey due to illness.

*As mentioned earlier, D Niklas Hansson, D Aleksi Makela and D Esa Lindell all played in international tournaments last week.

U.S. College

*C Devin Shore (second round/2012) scored one goal in two games for the University of Maine. Shore has six points (four goals, two assists) in ten games.

*D Michael Prapavessis (fourth round/2014) did not register any points in two games for RPI over the weekend. Prapavessis has two assists in ten games.

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Hockey League or Dallas Stars Hockey Club. Mark Stepneski is an independent writer whose posts on reflect his own opinions and do not represent official statements from the Dallas Stars. You can follow Mark on Twitter @StarsInsideEdge.

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