Kings Prospect Tracker: End of Season Stats and OHL Playoff Matchups

Terry Bridge- The Observer

Terry Bridge- The Observer

Below are brief updates on all LA Kings non-AHL prospects, meaning guys playing in the three Canadian junior leagues (WHL, OHL, and QMJHL), plus college, ECHL, and overseas:

MIKE AMADIO: Forward, North Bay Battalion (3rd round pick in 2014, OHL)

50 goals, 48 assists, plus-30, 40 PIM in 68 games played

North Bay won both of their home and their away game last week. Amadio contributed two goals and two assists, ending the season with 50 goals.

North Bay advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals versus the Peterborough Petes on March 25.

ERIK CERNAK: Defenseman, Erie Otters (2nd round pick in 2015, OHL)

4 goals, 11 assists, plus-7, 35 PIM in 41 games played

The Otters won both of their home games and lost their away game this past week. Cernak registered an assist.

The Otters advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Western Conference Quarterfinals versus the Sagniaw Spirit on March 25.

ALEXANDER DERGACHYOV: Forward, St. Petersburg SKA (3rd round pick in 2015, KHL)

Regular season: 2 goals, 0 assists, minus-2, 4 PIM in 33 games played
Playoffs: 0 goals, 0 assists, minus-1, 2 PIM in 11 games played

SKA played two games in the Conference Semifinals against Dynamo MSK last week, winning both to take the series 4-2. Dergachyov was a non-factor on the score sheet.

SKA will now play CSKA in the Conference Finals, beginning on March 22.

ALEC DILLON: Goalie, Edmonton Oil Kings (5th round pick in 2014, WHL)

7 games played, 2-2-1 record, 3.81 GAA, .871 SV%

The Oil Kings lost both of their away games and their home game last week. Dillon did not start for any of the games.

The Oil Kings ended the season tied with the Medicine Hat Tigers for the final wild card position in the Eastern Conference. They will play a final tie breaker game on March 22 to see who will face off against the Brandon Wheat Kings in the WHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.

STEVEN JOHNSON: Defenseman, University of Minnesota (4th round pick in 2014)

3 goals, 7 assists, minus-1, 6 PIM in 33 games played

The Gophers played two games in the 2016 Big Ten Tournament and won their first game versus Ohio State. They fell short in their second game versus Michigan, ending their season. Johnson was a non-factor on the scoresheet.

MAXIM KITSYN: Forward, Manchester Monarchs (6th round pick in 2010, KHL)

Ontario Reign: 0 goals, 0 assists, even, 0 PIM in two games played
Manchester Monarchs: 24 goals, 24 assists, plus-34, 53 PIM in 58 games played

The Monarchs lost both of their away games this past week. Kitsyn registered a goal.

PAUL LADUE: Defenseman, University of North Dakota (6th round pick in 2012)

4 goals, 12 assists, plus-23, 10 PIM in 37 games played

UND played in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff last week. They lost their first game against Minnesota Duluth and tied their second game versus Denver. The tie resulted in them being the No. 1 seed for the NCAA Tournament. LaDue played in the first game and was a non-factor on the score sheet. He was scratched was the second game.

UND will now play in a single-elimination game for the NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinals against Northeastern on March 25.

ALEX LINTUNIEMI: Defenseman, Manchester Monarchs (2nd round pick in 2014, OHL)

1 goals, 13 assists, plus-2, 6 PIM in 31 games played

In the Monarch’s two games last week, Lintuniemi registered an assist.

JAKE MARCHMENT: Forward, Erie Otters (6th round pick in 2014, OHL)

25 goals, 20 assists, plus-14, 60 PIM in 59 games played

In the Otters’ three games last week, Marchment registered two goals and an assist. He also received a game misconduct for fighting prior to puck drop.

The Otters advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Western Conference Quarterfinals versus the Sagniaw Spirit on March 25.

JACOB MIDDLETON: Defenseman, Ottawa 67’s (7th round pick in 2014, OHL)


7 goals, 24 assists, plus-11, 68 PIM in 64 games played

Ottawa won both their home and their away game this past week. Middleton registered a goal and an assist.

Ottawa advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals versus the Niagara Ice Dogs on March 24.

MATT MISTELE: Forward, Sarnia Sting (6th round pick in 2014, OHL)

33 goals, 25 assists, minus-6, 45 PIM in 61 games played

Sarnia won all three of their away games and lost their home game last week. Mistele played in three of the games, registering four goals and two assists, which included a hat trick.

Sarnia advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Western Conference Quarterfinals versus the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on March 25.

NIKOLAI PROKHORKIN: Forward, Salavat Yulaev UFA (4th round pick in 2012, KHL)

Regular Season: 19 goals, 17 assists, plus-10, 91 PIM in 55 games played
Playoffs: 1 goal, 4 assists, minus-3, eight PIM in 14 games played

Salavat Yulaev continued the Conference Semifinals against Avangard, losing two and winning two to take the series 4-3. Prokhorkin registered an assist.

Salavat Yulaev will advance to the Conference Finals versus Metallurg Mg on March 23.

CHAZ REDDEKOPP: Defenseman, Victoria Royals (7th round pick in 2015, WHL)

4 goals, 26 assists, plus-19, 102 PIM in 70 games played

The Royals won both of their away and their home game last week. Reddekopp registered two assists.

The Royals advanced to the WHL playoffs and will begin the Western Conference Quarterfinals versus the Spokane Chiefs on March 25.

ALEX ROACH: Defenseman, Manchester Monarchs (free agent signing)

6 goals, 20 assists, plus-3, 81 PIM in 59 games played

In the Monarchs’ games last week, Roach registered an assist.

MATT ROY: Defenseman, Michigan Tech (7th round pick in 2015, WCHA)

7 goals, 13 assists, plus-24, 37 PIM in 37 games played

Michigan Tech played in the WCHA Final Five semifinals versus Ferris State last week and lost, ending their season. Roy was a non-factor on the score sheet.

MATT SCHMALZ: Forward, Sudbury Wolves (5th round pick in 2015, OHL)

9 goals, 21 assists, minus-56, 47 PIM in 65 games played

The Wolves lost both of their away and their home game last week. Schmalz was a non-factor on the score sheet.

The Wolves did not advance to the OHL playoffs.

DAMIR SHARIPZYANOV: Defensman, Owen Sound Attack (undrafted signing)

5 goals, 16 assists, plus-5, 34 PIM in 46 games played

Owen Sound split their away games and lost their home game last week. Sharipzyanov registered a goal and two assists.

Owen Sound advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Western Conference Quarterfinals versus the London Knights on March 25.

AUSTIN WAGNER: Forward, Regina Pats (4th round pick in 2015, WHL)

28 goals, 34 assists, plus-31, 84 PIM in 70 games

The Pats won both of their home games and lost their away game this past week. Wagner registered two goals and an assist.

The Pats advanced to the WHL playoffs and will begin the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals versus the Lethbridge Hurricane on March 25.

SPENCER WATSON: Forward, Kingston Frontenacs (7th round pick in 2014, OHL)

43 goals, 46 assists, plus-31, 32 PIM in 66 games played

The Frontenacs won both of their home games and lost their away game this past week. Watson played in one game and registered two goals.

Kingston advanced to the OHL playoffs and will begin the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals versus the Oshawa Generals on March 25.

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