Prospect round-up: Rasmussen posts 2 assists; Pope scores again; Sambrook’s Greyhounds rout Hamilton

In the Finnish Liiga, Libor Sulak finished even with 4 shots in 20:39 played during the Lahti Pelicans’ 1-0 loss to HPK;

Julius Vahatalo won 62% of his faceoffs in 16:23 played as Jukurit lost 3-0 to KalPa;

In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Malte Setkov played as the seventh defenseman in IK Pantern’s 3-1 loss to Leksands IF;

Mattias Elfstrom played wing on the fourth line during Vasterviks IK’s 4-1 loss to Tingsryds IF;

In the Swiss NLA, in exhibition play, Joren van Pottelberghe surrendered 1 goal while splitting time with Gilles Senn during HC Davos’ 3-0 loss to Metallurg Magnitogorsk;

In the OHL, Zach Gallant finished at +1, going 11-for-20 on faceoffs during the Peterborough Petes’ 2-1 loss to Kingston;

Reilly Webb took 4 shots in the Saginaw Spirit’s 3-0 loss to Sarnia;

Jordan Sambrook had an assist and 2 shots, finishing at +3 in the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds’ 10-0 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs. Kaden Fulcher stopped 11 of 15 shots in mop-up duty;

Givani Smith had an assist and finished at -1 with 5 shots and a fight to his credit in the Kitchener Rangers’ 6-2 loss to London;

In the WHL, Michael Rasmussen had 2 assists and 3 shots, finishing even with a 6-for-12 faceoff record in the Tri-City Americans’ 5-2 loss to Kootenay;

Lane Zablocki scored a goal on 3 shots, finishing at +1 with a 5-for-11 faceoff record in the Victoria Royals’ 4-3 loss to Red Deer;

In the USHL, Filip Larsson stopped 26 of 29 shots in the Tri-City Storm’s 3-0 loss to Fargo;

In NCAA hockey, Chase Perry served as the back-up in the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Engineers’ 7-2 loss to Princeton;

Jack Adams finished even in the Union College Dutchmen’s 5-2 win over the Quinnipiac Bobcats. Keith Petruzzelli was the back-up for Quinnipiac [edit: but Petruzzelli had to work mop-up duty, playing 18:03 and giving up 2 goals on 8 shots. /end edit]

Kasper Kotkansalo finished even with 2 shots in the Boston University Terriers’ 5-4 OT loss to UConn;

And David Pope scored a goal on 2 shots, finishing at +1 in the University of Nebraska-Omaha’s 6-3 win over North Dakota.

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