Sunday prospect round-up: Rasmussen, Zadina post assists; Hronek 1+1, sustains a heavy hit

Of prospect-related note from Sunday, November 22nd:

In the SHL, Albert Johansson had 2 shots and finished at -1 in 16:34 played during Farjestad BK’s 4-1 loss to Lulea Hockey;

In the ICE Hockey League, Michael Rasmussen had an assist, finishing at +1 with 1 shot on goal and a minor penalty taken in the Graz99ers’ 3-1 win over the Black Wings;

Jesper Eliasson stopped 31 of 35 shots as the Red Bulls Salzburg lost 4-1 to EC KAC;

In the Czech Extraliga, Jan Bednar was the back-up goaltender in HC Energie Karlovy Vary’s 1-0 win over HC Skoda Plzen;

Filip Zadina had an assist and 6 shots, finishing at -1 in 19:22 played as HC Ocelari Trinec lost 7-6 in overtime to HC Dynamo Pardubice:

And Filip Hronek had a goal and an assist, finishing at +1 with 2 shots in 24:36 played in HK Mountfield’s 4-1 win over HC VERA Litvinov. Hronek got hit particularly hard by Tomas Popsill, who was ejected from the game.

Here’s Hronek’s goal:

Update: In NCAA Division I Hockey, Carter Gylander stopped 6 of 7 shots in his college debut, with Colgate University losing 2-1 to the Clarkson Golden Knights.

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