Prospect round-up: Raymond, Setkov, Veleno, Brome all serve up assists

Of prospect-related note:

In the SHL, Djurgarden won 3-2 over the Vaxjo Lakers. Albin Grewe posted 1 shot in 6:14 played;

In their only game this week, the Frolunda Indians got smoked 7-1 by Brynas IF. The good news for Red Wings fans is that Lucas Raymond got a nice assist on Frolunda’s only goal, taking 1 shot and finishing even in 12:17 played; Theodor Niederbach also had 2 shots and finished at -1 in 10:17 played, which is a lot for a rookie.

Here’s Raymond’s assist, which was registered to tie the game at 1-1:

Raymond “got away with one,” too:

Albert Johansson finished even in 14:48 played as Farjestads BK won 3-2 over HV71 Jonkoping;

Malmo’s Malte Setkov and Joe Veleno had strong games against the Jonatan Berggren-less Skelleftea AIK. Setkov had an assist, took one penalty and finished at +2 in 8:00 played, and Veleno posted an assist, won 40% of his faceoffs and finished at -1 in 16:42 played as the Malmo Redhawks won 4-3 over Skelleftea. Here’s Veleno’s assist:

Matias Brome had an assist and 4 shots, finishing at +1 in 20:11 played as Orebro Hockey won 2-1 over IK Oskarshamn;

In the Finnish Liiga, Victor Brattstrom’s bumpy road continues. He stopped 10 out of 13 shots in KooKoo Kouvola‘s 3-2 loss to the Lahti Pelicans. Brattstrom is still KooKoo’s starter, but he’s had consecutive rough outings;

Eemil Viro finished even with 3 shots in 16:34 played as TPS Turku won 4-3 in a shootout over HPK;

Otto Kivenmaki finished even in 18:06 played, and Kasper Kotkansalo finished at -1 with 5 shots in 22:35 played as Assat Pori lost 5-4 in overtime to Karpat;

And later tonight, in the USHL, Kyle Aucoin and the Tri-City Storm will battle Fargo.

Update: Kyle Aucoin had 3 shots in the Tri-City Storm’s 3-2 OT win over Fargo.

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