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)
48 goals, 46 assists, plus-25, 38 PIM in 65 games played
North Bay lost all three of their away games this past week. Amadio registered two goals.
Amadio signed a three-year entry-level contract with the LA Kings on March 13.
— Andy Tonge (@AndyTonge1) March 13, 2016
ERIK CERNAK: Defenseman, Erie Otters (2nd round pick in 2015, OHL)
4 goals, 10 assists, plus-5, 35 PIM in 38 games played
The Otters lost their away game and split their home games last week. Cernak registered a goal and an assist.
— Erie Otters (@ErieOtters) March 13, 2016
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 nine games played
SKA began the Conference Semifinals against Dynamo MSK last week. They split their four games, leaving the series tied 2-2. 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 split their home games and split their away games last week. Dillon did not start for any of the games.
STEVEN JOHNSON: Defenseman, University of Minnesota (4th round pick in 2014)
3 goals, 7 assists, minus-3, 6 PIM in 31 games played
The Gophers split their home away games last week. Johnson was a non-factor on the score sheet.
MAXIM KITSYN: Forward, Manchester Monarchs (6th round pick in 2010, KHL)
Manchester Monarchs: 23 goals, 24 assists, plus-34, 53 PIM in 56 games played
Ontario Reign: 0 goals, 0 assists, even, 0 PIM in two games played
After being a healthy scratch for two games on the Ontario Reign, Kitsyn was sent back down to the Manchester Monarchs.
The Monarchs played four home games last week, winning one. Kitsyn played in two of the games and registered two assists.
— Lindsay Czarnecki (@ReignInsider) March 12, 2016
PAUL LADUE: Defenseman, University of North Dakota (6th round pick in 2012)
4 goals, 12 assists, plus-35, 10 PIM in 36 games played
UND played in the NCHC Quarterfinals last week again Colorado College, winning both games to sweep the best-of-three series. LaDue contributed two assists.
UND will now advance to the Frozen Faceoff against Minnesota Duluth on March 18.
— North Dakota MHockey (@UNDmhockey) March 13, 2016
Cam Johnson, Paul LaDue and Nick Schmaltz wandered out of the locker room to sign autographs for their young fans. pic.twitter.com/5sxAihxJf4
— Jayson Hajdu (@UNDSID) March 13, 2016
ALEX LINTUNIEMI: Defenseman, Manchester Monarchs (2nd round pick in 2014, OHL)
1 goals, 12 assists, plus-2, 6 PIM in 29 games played
In the Monarch’s four games last week, Lintuniemi registered an assist and scored his first goal of the season.
Alex Lintuniemi nets his first of the season, putting the Monarchs up, 3-2!! pic.twitter.com/Y0nPzzpbSt
— Manchester Monarchs (@MonarchsHockey) March 13, 2016
JAKE MARCHMENT: Forward, Erie Otters (6th round pick in 2014, OHL)
23 goals, 19 assists, plus-15, 51 PIM in 56 games played
In the Otters’ three games last week, Marchment registered an assist a game.
JACOB MIDDLETON: Defenseman, Ottawa 67’s (7th round pick in 2014, OHL)
6 goals, 23 assists, plus-11, 66 PIM in 64 games played
Ottawa won their away game last week. Middleton was a non-factor on the score sheet.
MATT MISTELE: Forward, Sarnia Sting (6th round pick in 2014, OHL)
29 goals, 23 assists, minus-8, 41 PIM in 58 games played
Sarnia won their home and away game this past week. Mistele registered a goal.
— Sarnia Sting (@StingHockey) March 12, 2016
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, 3 assists, minus-2, six penalty minutes in 11 games played
Salavat Yulaev began the Conference Semifinals against Avangard last week. They won two of three games, making the series 2-1. Prokhorkin registered two assists.
CHAZ REDDEKOPP: Defenseman, Victoria Royals (7th round pick in 2015, WHL)
4 goals, 24 assists, plus-15, 100 PIM in 67 games played
The Royals won both of their home games this past week. Reddekopp registered an assist.
ALEX ROACH: Defenseman, Manchester Monarchs (free agent signing)
6 goals, 19 assists, plus-6, 81 PIM in 57 games played
In the Monarchs’ games last week, Roach registered a goal and two assists.
Roach scores on the power play! pic.twitter.com/xb7Qd3DXZA
— Manchester Monarchs (@MonarchsHockey) March 13, 2016
MATT ROY: Defenseman, Michigan Tech (7th round pick in 2015, WCHA)
7 goals, 13 assists, plus-24, 37 PIM in 36 games played
Michigan Tech began the WCHA Quarterfinals versus Alaska last week, wining two games to sweep the best-of-three series. Roy registered an assist.
They will now advance to the Final Five Semifinals versus Ferris State on March 18.
MATT SCHMALZ: Forward, Sudbury Wolves (5th round pick in 2015, OHL)
9 goals, 21 assists, minus-52, 45 PIM in 62 games played
The Wolves lost both their home and away game last week. Schmalz registered an assist.
DAMIR SHARIPZYANOV: Defensman, Owen Sound Attack (undrafted signing)
4 goals, 14 assists, plus-5, 32 PIM in 43 games played
Owen Sound lost their away game and split their home games this past week. Sharipzyanov was a non-factor on the score sheet.
AUSTIN WAGNER: Forward, Regina Pats (4th round pick in 2015, WHL)
26 goals, 33 assists, plus-28, 76 PIM in 67 games
The Pats won both of their away and their home game last week. Wagner registered a goal and two assists.
— Regina Pats (@WHLPats) March 13, 2016
SPENCER WATSON: Forward, Kingston Frontenacs (7th round pick in 2014, OHL)
41 goals, 46 assists, plus-30, 30 PIM in 63 games played
The Frontenacs won their away game and lost both of their home games last week. Watson registered three goals and two assists.
#LAKings have quite a prospect in 19 yo Spencer Watson. Has goal & assist through 2, including a highlight-reel setup on Dal Colle’s 33rd
— Dhiren Mahiban (@dcmahiban) March 10, 2016