The two biggest names from last year's prospect list and numbers three and four in our Top 25 Under 25, Jordan Eberle and Magnus Pääjärvi, have graduated from this list and make way for a new draft class including a Slovak and a Latvian. Below the jump, updates on the prospects in the system, from Prince George to Nybro.
- Curtis Hamilton, Edmonton's second round choice, scored two goals and added an assist against Moose Jaw last night. All points were at even strength and Hamilton was +3.
Ryan Martindale scored once against Plymouth in a Ottawa's 4-1 win last night
- For those of you interested, Medicine Hat plays Prince George tomorrow night, and it's $6.95 for a streaming broadcast on the WHL site. Check in on Tyler Bunz, Tyler Pitlick and Martin Marincin.
- Things have not started well for Pitlick and Bunz. Pitlick is -4 through four games, including a -3 in his last game. Bunz's save percentage looks like a bad OPS for a slugger in baseball.
- Robby Dee scored a goal and an assist in an 8-2 Maine victory over Massachusetts-Lowell. (PDF WARNING). He won 7 of his 11 faceoffs.
- Brandon Davidson has scored a goal and assisted on four others, with three of his five points coming on the power play. Davidson has recorded points in the last four games, but he's also -8 through seven. Regina's goaltending tandem has combined for a save percentage under .855.
- Olivier Roy stopped 29 of 31 in Acadie-Bathurst's 5-2 win over the Gatineau Olympiques. Since leaving Oilers' Training Camp, Roy has appeared in three games, stopping 78 of 87 shots for an .896 save percentage.
- Jeremie Blain was injured blocking a shot and has only appeared in two games.
- Drew Czerwonka has an assist in four games with Kootenay.
- Kyle Bigos opens his season tonight against Niagara.
- Kristians Pelss hasn't tallied a point since scoring his first goal in the WHL.
- Toni Rajala has three points in four games with Ilves of the SM-Liiga.
- Kellen Jones picked up an assist in his opening game at Quinnipiac.
- William Quist is still playing for the Nybro Vikings in Sweden's second division. But hey, he's been named one of the three stars twice so far.