Kings Prospect Tracker: Report For Week Ending Jan. 17, 2016

Photo: Terry Wilson

Photo: Terry Wilson

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)

27 goals, 31 assists, plus-8, 28 PIM in 42 games played

North Bay lost their away game and split their home games last week. Amadio was a huge contributor with four goals. Amadio leads the OHL in shorthanded goals.

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

3 goals, 5 assists, plus-2, 8 PIM in 18 games played

The Otters won their home game and split their away games last week. Cernak did not play in any of the games due to an injury.

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

2 goals, 0 assists, minus-1, 2 PIM in 25 games played

SKA played four away games last week, winning three. Dergachyov was a non-factor on the score sheet.

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 played two home and two away games last week, losing all four games. Dillon did not start for any of the games.

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

1 goal, 6 assists, minus-1, 2 PIM in 17 games played

The Gophers won both of their home games last week. Johnson was a non-factor on the score sheet.

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

14 goals, 13 assists, plus-21, 44 PIM in 39 games played

The Monarchs lost both of their home games last week. Kitsyn registered a goal and an assist.

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

2 goals, 6 assists, plus-16, 6 PIM in 24 games played

UND split their home games this past week. LaDue was a non-factor on the score sheet.

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

0 goals, 5 assists, minus-4, 0 PIM in eight games played

Lintuniemi did not play in any of the Monarchs’ games last week due to wrist surgery.

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

13 goals, 14 assists, plus-18, 31 PIM in 34 games played

In the Otters’ games last week, Marchment registered an assist.

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

4 goals, 15 assists, plus-11, 52 PIM in 44 games played

Ottawa split their home games and won their away game last week. Middleton registered an assist and 15 penalty minutes.

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

18 goals, 16 assists, minus-12, 31 PIM in 35 games played

Sarnia won their home game and split their away games last week. Mistele registered a goal, which was his 200th career point.

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

17 goals, 15 assists, plus-10, 62 PIM in 48 games played

Salavat Yulaev UFA split their away games last week. Prokhorkin registered a goal.

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

4 goals, 15 assists, plus-4, 84 PIM in 44 games played

The Royals split their home games last week. Reddekopp played in one game but was a non-factor on the score sheet.

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

3 goals, 14 assists, plus-10, 67 PIM in 35 games played

In the Monarchs’ games last week, Roach registered two assists.

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

2 goals, 7 assists, plus-9, 27 PIM in 23 games played

Michigan Tech played two home games last week, winning one and tying the other. Roy was a non-factor on the score sheet.

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

6 goals, 12 assists, minus-36, 28 PIM in 40 games played

The Wolves won their home game and lost their away game last week. Schmalz registered two assists.

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

2 goals, 8 assists, plus-5, 12 PIM in 21 games

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

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

17 goals, 22 assists, plus-19, 56 PIM in 44 games

The Pats played four away games this past week, winning one and losing three. Wagner registered an assist.

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

20 goals, 26 assists, plus-11, 18 PIM in 41 games played

The Frontenacs won both of their home games and lost their away game last week. Watson contributed with a goal and three assists.

He also helped the Frontenacs win with a shootout goal.

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