Prospect Round-up: Brome 1+1, Hronek 2A as European teams play without WJC participants

Of prospect-related note in Europe this afternoon:

In the SHL, Mathias Brome had a goal and an assist, finishing at -1 with 1 shot in 16:59 played as Orebro Hockey won 5-2 over Farjestads BK. Farjestad played without Albert Johansson.

Here are Brome’s assist and goal, respectively:

In the ICE Hockey League, Jesper Eliasson served as the back-up as his Red Bulls Salzburg lost 4-1 to Calvin Pickard’s Vienna Capitals;

In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Vasteras IK won 6-2 over Vasby IK without Gustav Berglund;

In the Czech Extraliga, Filip Hronek had 2 assists, finshing at +2 with 4 shots in 24:38 played as Mountfield HK won 5-2 over Madeta Motor Ceske Budejovice;

Filip Zadina finished at -1 with 1 shot and 1 penalty taken in 16:39 played as HC Ocelari Trinec won 3-1 over HC Kometa Brno;

Later today, in the USHL, Chase Bradley’s Sioux City Musketeers will battle Omaha;

In NCAA Hockey, Patrick Holway and Merrimack will tangle with Northeastern;

Cooper Moore and the University of North Dakota will battle St. Cloud State;

And Ryan O’Reilly and Arizona State University will tangle with Penn State.

Update: Chase Bradley’s Sioux City Musketeers had their game vs. Omaha postponed;

In NCAA Hockey, Patrick Holway had 2 assists, finishing at -1 with 2 blocked shots in the Merrimack College Warriors’ 6-3 loss to Northeastern;

Seth Barton had an assist and a penalty, finishing at -1 in the UMass-Lowell River Hawks’ 4-2 loss to Providence College. Jack Adams didn’t play for Providence;

Cooper Moore finished even with 1 blocked shot in the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks’ 6-3 win over Western Michigan;

Ryan O’Reilly finished at +1 with 3 shots in the University of Arizona Sun Devils’ 5-4 overtime loss to Penn State.

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2 thoughts on “Prospect Round-up: Brome 1+1, Hronek 2A as European teams play without WJC participants”

  1. Bromé finished -1 not +1 as you’ve written. Both his goal and his assist came when Örebro was on PP.

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