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Draft Guide

Dvorak still going strong

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

 

 

Western Hockey League

 

Adam Brooks captured the WHL and CHL Player of the Week honors after he amassed 13 points in four games. He posted three multi-point outings, including a six-point performance in a 7-5 win over Kootenay. Brooks, who is eligible for the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, has 33 goals and 98 points in 59 games with Regina this year. Fellow 2016 NHL Draft prospect Zach Sawchenko earned the CHL Goaltender of the Week distinction for posting a 3-0-0-0 record along with a 1.31 goals-against average and a .965 save percentage. He stopped 109 shots and recorded his second shutout of the season in his three victories. Dryden Hunt racked up seven goals and four assists over four matches. He registered two hat tricks and had a five-point effort against Prince Albert in a 5-0 win for Moose Jaw. The WHL's leading scorer has 99 points in 61 games this campaign. According to reports, he is attracting plenty of interest from NHL teams looking to sign him to an entry-level deal. Calgary Hitmen defenseman Travis Sanheim picked up two goals and four helpers in four appearances. He hit the scoresheet in each contest, including a three-point performance versus Lethbridge. The 17th overall pick in the 2014 draft by the Philadelphia Flyers has 52 points in 41 games this year.

 

Ontario Hockey League

 

Mike Amadio of the North Bay Battalion was chosen as the OHL Player of the Week after he generated seven goals and nine points in four games. He scored at least one goal in each contest to extend his point streak to 11 straight games. The third-round pick of the Los Angeles Kings in 2014 has 42 goals and 84 points in 56 matches this season. Kitchener's Ryan MacInnis netted seven goals and two assists in four appearances as well last week. The second rounder of the Arizona Coyotes in 2014 has 73 points in 50 games. Christian Dvorak, who is also a prospect of the Coyotes, notched three goals and five assists in just three games for the London Knights. The second-round selection (58th overall) in 2014 ranks second in the OHL with 101 points in 47 matches. London netminder Tyler Parsons had a strong week as well with a 3-0-0-0 record along with a 1.00 goals-against average, a .963 save percentage and one shutout. He is eligible for the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

 

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

 

Pierre-Luc Dubois earned the first star of the week in the QMJHL after he tallied three goals and seven points in two games. He accounted for four points in a 9-2 win over Halifax last Thursday and has 82 points in 55 contests this season to place him sixth in the league in scoring. The 17-year-old center is eligible to be selected in the 2016 NHL Draft. Evgeny Kiselev has been solid since he was acquired by Quebec from Baie-Comeau. He took home the second star of the week honor after he posted a pair of wins, while recording a 0.50 goals-against average and a .981 save percentage. He got his first QMJHL shutout in a 1-0 victory against Rimouski. Kiselev has a .929 save percentage and a 2.69 GAA in seven games with the Remparts. Vitali Abramov, who is another 2016 NHL Draft eligible prospect, was the third star of the week. He registered four goals and added three assists in three games for Gatineau. He leads all rookies in scoring with 36 goals and 51 assists for 87 points.

Corey Abbott

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