Prospect round-up: On a scrappy night, Cholowski posts 2 assists, Rasmussen scores and Smith gets in trouble

In the KHL, Alexander Kadeikin finished at -1 in 11:47 played as Lokomotiv Yaroslavl won 3-2 in overtime over Torpedo Nizhny Novogorod. Lokomotiv leads the best-of-7 series 3 games to 0.

In the Finnish Liiga, Julius Vahatalo won 11% of his faceoffs in 9:29 played as Jukurit won 2-1 in overtime over Lukko;

In the SHL, Christoffer Ehn had an assist and finished at +1 with 2 shots, winning 28% of his faceoffs in 15:49 played during the Frolunda Indians won 2-1 over the Vaxjo Lakers;

In the OHL, Givani Smith scored a goal on 7 shots and got into trouble for shoving a linesman during a fight as his Kitchener Rangers won 5-2 over Sarnia;

In the WHL, Lane Zablocki did not play in the Victoria Royals’ 7-3 win over Spokane;

Michael Rasmussen scored a goal but finished at -1 with 8 shots, 8 minutes in penalties (4 for slew-footing, 2 for embellishment and 2 for unsportsmanlike conduct) and an 8-for-13 faceoff record in the Tri-City Americans’ 4-3 loss to Seattle;

And Dennis Cholowski had 2 assists and finished at +1 on 4 shots in the Portland Winterhawks’ 4-3 win over Prince George. Cholowski, who was the Cougars’ captain before he was traded to Portland, was named the game’s first star.

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  1. Remember when people were worried about how lanky Cholly was? Now he’s the largest (height/weight ratio) of the top 10 WHL scoring Dmen.

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