Prospect round-up: Berggren, Seider star on a busy day in Sweden; Tyutyayev 1+2 in Belarus

Of prospect-related note on a busy Saturday afternoon:

In the SHL, as noted in .gif form earlier today: Jonatan Berggren dominated Skelleftea AIK’s 5-4 loss to Moritz Seider and Rogle BK, but Rogle prevailed with a late goal. Berggren registered 3 assists, 1 shot and a +1 in 16:42 for Skelleftea; Seider scored a goal and added an assist for Rogle, finishing at +3 in 18:23 played:

Elsewhere, Albert Johansson finished at -1 in 17:23 played as Farjestads BK lost 3-2 in overtime to Leksands IF;

Lucas Raymond took 6 shots and finished at +1 in 15:08 played and Elmer Soderblom had 4 shots in 6:10 played as the Frolunda Indians won 4-1 over Lulea Hockey;

Malte Setkov had 2 shots in 16:08 played and Joe Veleno had 2 shots and finished at -1, winning 66.7% of his faceoffs in 15:43 played as the Malmo Redhawks lost 4-1 to Oskarshamn;

And Matias Brome registered a goal and an assist, taking 5 shots and finishing at +1 in 19:53 played as Orebro won 4-3 in overtime against the Vaxjo Lakers. Here’s Brome’s goal, via Antonj85:

In the Swedish J20 league, William Wallinder had 2 assists and finished at -1 in MODO Hockey’s 6-4 loss to Leksands IF;

Theodor Niederbach took a minor penalty, had 2 shots on goal and won 2/3rds of his faceoffs as the Frolunda Indians’ J20 team won 4-3 over Oskarshamn;

In the Finnish Liiga, Otto Kivenmaki scored Assat Pori’s only goal, finishing at +1 in 17:36 played as Assat Pori lost 6-1 to Lukko; Kasper Kotkansalo finished at -2 in 12:55 played, though he had 6 shots on goal, and Kivenmaki’s goal was of some consequence:

As Red Wings Prospects noted, Victor Brattstrom stopped 17 of 18 shots as KooKoo won 4-1 over Jukurit;

And Eemil Viro did not play in TPS Turku’s 2-1 shootout win over JYP;

Finally, in Belarus, Kirill Tyutyayev had a goal and 2 assists, finishing at +3 as Yunost Minsk won 5-1 over Neman.

Update: The BCHL game between Kienan Draper’s Chilliwack Chiefs and the Surrey Eagles was postponed due to a positive coronavirus test on one of the Eagles’ players.

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