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Draft Guide

Donato leads Havard to Beanpot

by Corey Abbott
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

 

American Hockey League

 

Ryan Pulock of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers was the AHL Player of the Week. The blueliner had three goals and three assists in four games during the period of Feb. 12 to receive the honor. He has tallied 10 goals this season, including four game winners which ties him for the league lead among AHL defenders. Pulock has 22 points in 27 AHL appearances. Chicago’s Wade Megan, who was recently recalled by St. Louis, amassed seven points in four games last week. He posted three multi-point efforts and finished with five assists. The 26-year-old has 23 goals and 45 points in 50 AHL matches this year. Rochester’s Cole Schneider had a goal and two helpers in two games. He has racked up 43 points in 44 contests this season. Toronto’s Andreas Johnsson compiled seven points, including three goals, in four matches last week. He has 28 points 49 games during his rookie AHL campaign.

 

National Collegiate Athletic Association

 

Tyler Sheehy amassed five points, including four helpers, in two games in a split series against Ohio State. The 21-year-old sophomore of the University of Minnesota has 41 points in 28 matches this season. Hampus Gustafsson was the Hockey East Player of the Week after he recorded a five-point performance in a 6-3 win over Boston College. He tallied a hat trick and added two assists to give him 24 points in 28 games this year. Ryan Donato of Harvard University netted five goals and 16 shots in two games to help his team win the Beanpot title. The second-round pick of the Boston Bruins in 2014 has 26 points in 25 games. Northern Michigan’s Atte Tolvanen extended his shutout streak to 335:39 with his fourth and fifth straight goose eggs. He stopped 87 shots in those matches. The 22-year-old Finn has a 2.40 goals-against average and a .923 save percentage in 31 games this year.

 

Europe

 

Dominik Kubalik has impressed in the Czech Extraliga with 27 goals and 42 points for HC Plzen. He ranks second in the league in scoring and first in goals. The 21-year-old forward was the 191st overall pick in the 2013 NHL Draft by the Los Angeles Kings. Lukas Jasek has amassed 28 points in 30 games for HC Frydek-Mistek in the Czech Republic’s second division this season. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have a point in 13 appearances for HC Ocelari Trinec of the Czech Extraliga. Jasek was a sixth-round choice of the Vancouver Canucks in 2015. Philadelphia prospect Dave Kase has seven points in eight outings with SK Kadan in the Czech2 and nine points over 25 matches with Pirati Chomutov in the top tier of Czech hockey. Edmonton Oilers seventh rounder in 2015, Miroslav Svoboda has been superb in Czech2 with HC Dukla Jihlava in 2016-17. He owns a 1.60 goals-against average and a .944 save percentage in 25 appearances.

Corey Abbott

Corey Abbott is an Editor for Hockey on NBC Sports Edge. Feel free to follow him on Twitter @CoreAbbott.