Prospect round-up: Hronek named Karjala Cup’s best defenseman despite Czech loss; Rasmussen 2+1 in Austrian league return

Of prospect-related note:

At the Karjala Cup, Filip Hronek took 5 shots but finished at -1 as the Czechs lost the championship game 3-0 to Russia.

Via The Athletic’s Max Bultman on Twitter, DobberHockey’s Jokke Nevalainen reports that Hronek was named the tournament’s best defenseman. He also wore the captain’s “C” today:

Jonatan Berggren didn’t register a point in Sweden’s 3-2 loss to Finland, and Berggren looked solid in .gif land:

Berggren played on the power play as well:

In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Gustav Berglund finished even in 14:12 played in Vasteras IK’s 5-0 loss to Timra;

In the ICE Hockey League, Michael Rasmussen had 2 goals and an assist–and took a 10-minute misconduct penalty–in the Graz99ers’ 4-2 win over VSV. Rasmussen finished at +3.

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