Prospect round-up: on a busy day in the Liiga and SHL, Raymond and Johansson score; Brome, Seider, Veleno register assists

Of prospect-related note today in Europe:

In the Finnish Liiga, Otto Kivenmaki had an assist and 4 shots, finishing even in 17:26 played, and Kasper Kotkansalo finished at -1 in 20:59 played as Assat Pori won 3-1 over Sport;

Eemil Viro took 2 shots and finished even in 17:39 as TPS Turku lost 5-3 to KalPa;

And Victor Brattstrom stopped 17 of 19 shots as KooKoo won 7-2 over Lukko;

In the SHL, Lucas Raymond scored a goal but finished at -2 in 15:38 played as the Frolunda Indians lost 3-2 to IK Oskarshamn.

Theodor Niederbach also played in Elmer Soderblom’s place, and Niederbach played only 2:30, registering a shot.

Here’s Raymond’s goal…

Matias Brome had an assist and 4 shots, finishing at +1 in 14:00 played as Orebro Hockey won 3-0 over Brynas;

In a battle of Red Wings prospects, Moritz Seider had an assist and 4 shots, finishing even in 21:04 played as Rogle BK won 5-2 over Albert Johansson and Farjestads BK.

Seider got a little lucky in avoiding a skate to the face when he was dumped in the defensive zone…

And Seider threw his weight around a bit, as well…

And Seider registered an assist on the 5-2 marker:

Johansson’s goal was beautiful, resulting from a give-and-go and rush between the bluelines that yielded a deke-and-dangle marker:

Finally, in another battle of Red Wings prospects, Joe Veleno had a secondary assist on the game-winning overtime marker as the Malmo Redhawks won 3-2 in OT over Jonatan Berggren and Skelleftea AIK.

Veleno had an assist, 5 shots, and he finished at -1 in 20:01, winning 73% of his faceoffs for Malmo; Berggren had 2 shots and finished at -1 in 17:01 played.

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