Prospect Round-up, European edition: Berggren’s assist, hints of Seider return around Valentine’s Day headline busy European Saturday

Of prospect-related note from Europe on Saturday:

In Belarus, Kirill Tyutyayev finished even with 2 shots and a minor penalty taken in Yunost Minsk’s 3-2 win over Neman Grodno;

In the Finnish Liiga, Kasper Kotkansalo finished at -1 with 3 shots in 18:36 played as Assat Pori won 5-2 over the Lahti Pelicans;

Victor Brattstrom served as the back-up in KooKoo’s 7-2 win over JYP;

In the SHL, Rogle BK won 3-2 in a shootout vs. Lulea Hockey minus Moritz Seider. HD.se, behind a paywall, hinted that Seider might return after the Beijer Hockey Games in mid-February, which clicks with all the other hints that Rogle BK’s website and other publications have suggested that Seider will be back around Valentine’s Day;

Joe Veleno finished at -2 with 2 shots in 15:53 played as the Malmo Redhawks lost 3-0 to Brynas;

Albert Johansson finished even in 17:23 played as Farjestads BK lost 3-2 to Linkoping;

Albin Grewe played only 3:01 in Djurgardens IF’s 3-2 loss to Vaxjo;

Jonatan Berggren had an assist, finishing at +1 with 2 shots in 14:49 played as Skelleftea AIK won 4-1 over Oskarshamn. As usual, IceHockeyGifs on Twitter has it covered:

And Lucas Raymond finished even with 5 shots on goal in 17:41 played, and Elmer Soderblom finished even with 2 shots in 12:41 as the Frolunda Indians lost 3-2 to Leksand. Rakapuckar had Raymond demoted to the 4th line, so he flexed his muscles a bit.

Update: Also, in the Swedish Allsvenskan, Theodor Niederbach finished even with 1 shot in 21:17 played (per the game summary) and William Wallinder finished with 2 shots in 14:43 (per the game summary) in MODO Hockey’s 2-1 OT win over Vita Hasten.

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