Prospect round-up: Berggren scores, Raymond posts assist in SHL action; Hronek posts a helper in Czech league

Of prospect-related note today:

In Europe, in the Finnish Liiga, Victor Brattstrom served as the back-up in KooKoo’s 4-0 win over Sport. Brattstrom was pulled in KooKoo’s previous game;

In the Czech Extraliga, Filip Hronek had an assist and 2 shots, finishing at +2 in 23:17 as Mountfield HK won 5-2 over HC Dynamo Pardubice:

Here’s Hronek’s secondary assist from today. #LGRW— Jay (@hwcJay) November 19, 2020

In the SHL, Lucas Raymond had an assist and 3 shots on goal, finishing even in 13:49 played, and Theodor Niederbach had 2 shots in 11:20 played as the Frolunda Indians won 4-1 over IK Oskarshamn:

Jonatan Berggren had a goal on two shots, finishing even in 13:13 played as Skelleftea AIK won 3-1 over Djurgarden. Albin Grewe had 2 shots in 11:56 played for Djurgarden.

Matias Brome had an assist and 3 shots, finishing at +1 in 17:42 played as Orebro Hockey lost 4-3 in overtime to Lulea Hockey;

In NCAA Division I hockey, tonight, Sam Stange and the University of Wisconsin will battle the University of Michigan, and that game will air on Fox Sports Detroit at 7 PM EST:

And at the Canadian World Junior Selection Camp, Red Wings prospect and Kitchener Rangers defenseman Donovan Sebrango was listed as the 7th defenseman for “Team White” today:

Nov. 19 | Practice lines for Team White ⚪️— #WorldJuniors (@HC_WJC) November 19, 2020

Update: Sam Stange finished at -2 in the University of Wisconsin’s 5-2 loss to Michigan on Thursday night.

Update #2: Via Red Wings Prospects on Twitter, Ryan O’Reilly didn’t score in the Arizona State University Sun Devils’ 1-1 tie with Michigan State.

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