Prospect round-up: Cossa pitches WHL shutout; Gylander, Mastrosimone (1G), Buium (2A) stand out in NCAA action

Of prospect-related note on a very busy Friday in North America:

In ECHL exhibition game action, Kaden Fulcher stopped 24 of 26 shots as the Toledo Walleye won 4-2 over Kalamazoo. With no Grand Rapids Griffins players assigned to Toledo this season, we’re essentially watching Fulcher this year;

In the OHL, Pasquale Zito finished at +1 with 4 shots, 2 penalties taken and an 11-for-23 faceoff record in the Windsor Spitfires’ 5-1 loss to London;

In the WHL, Sebastian Cossa pitched a 25-save shutout (and was named the second star) as his Edmonton Oil Kings won 4-0 over Alex Cotton (who was -1) and the Lethbridge Hurricanes;

In the BCHL, Kienan Draper finished even in the Chilliwack Chiefs’ 6-2 win over Coquitlam;

And in NCAA Hockey, Red Savage finished at +1 in the Miami of Ohio Redhawks’ 3-1 loss to Michigan State;

Jack Adams finished even with 1 shot in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s 2-1 OT win over Michigan Tech;

Sam Stange finished even with 1 shot in the University of Wisconsin Badgers’ 1-0 win over Army;

Carter Gylander stopped 19 of 20 shots in the Colgate Raiders’ 2-1 OT win over Merrimack;

Robert Mastrosimone scored a goal, finishing at +1 with 4 shots, and Ethan Phillips had an assist, finishing at -2 in the Boston University Terriers’ 3-2 loss to Sacred Heart:

Chase Bradley finished even with 2 shots in the University of Connecticut Huskies’ 4-3 OT loss to Ohio State;

Cooper Moore finished at -2 with 1 shot in the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks’ 4-3 win over Bemidji State;

Ryan O’Reilly finished at +1 with 2 shots in the Arizona State University Sun Devils’ 5-1 win over New Hampshire;

Shai Buium, Carter Mazur and Antti Tuomisto’s University of Denver Pioneers won 4-1 over Air Force.

Buium had two assists, finishing at +2 with 2 shots;

Mazur finished even with 4 shots;

And Tuomisto finished at +1 with 1 shot for the Pioneers.

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4 thoughts on “Prospect round-up: Cossa pitches WHL shutout; Gylander, Mastrosimone (1G), Buium (2A) stand out in NCAA action”

  1. Last week I watched Buium and others. The supposed knock on him was he was his skating was suspect. He was moving his feet and not slowly. He also was not static in the offensive zone. He looked to be creative, moving and driving play. It was one game, however it was one of his first games as a freshman. I was impressed. Tuomisto still looked a bit lumbering, but he connected on some long passes out of his zone. He did look a bit faster however.

    1. Buium has a strange little stride and he holds his stick funny, but he’s very, very talented, and Tuomisto is a big boy with some mobility.

  2. I got to read my posts before I in fact post (eliminate the extra “he was” in the above comment).

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