Prospect round-up: Hanas 1A in WHL; Philips 1+1 for BU; Tuomisto, Buium post assists in Denver romp

Of prospect-related note in North America on Saturday night:

In the ECHL, Kaden Fulcher did not play in the Toledo Walleye’s 4-1 exhibition loss to Kamazoo;

In the QMJHL, Jan Bednar served as the back-up in the Acadie-Bathurst Titan’s 4-3 shootout loss to Moncton;

Oscar Plandowski finished even with 1 shot in the Charlottetown Islanders’ 4-0 loss to Shawinigan;

In the WHL, Cross Hanas had an assist and finished even with 4 shots in the Portland Winterhawks’ 4-3 win over Tri-City;

In the BCHL, Kienan Draper finished even in the Chilliwack Chiefs’ 6-3 loss to Langley;

In NCAA Hockey, Chase Bradley finished at -1 in the University of Connecticut Huskies’ 3-0 loss to Ohio State;

Ethan Phillips had a goal an an assist, finishing at +1 with 1 shot, in the Boston University Terriers’ 4-1 win over Sacred Heart. Robert Mastrosimone had an assist on Phillips’ goal, finishing even with 3 shots;

Red Savage finished at -1 with 4 shots and a 9-and-9 faceoff record in the Miami of Ohio Redhawks’ 2-1 loss to Michigan State;

Carter Gylander was the back-up in the Colgate Raiders’ 5-3 loss to Merrimack;

Jack Adams had an assist, finishing even in the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s 5-2 win over Northern Michigan;

Cooper Moore had an assist, finishing at -1 with 3 shots in the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks’ 4-3 loss to Bemidji State;

Ryan O’Reilly finished even with an 0-and-1 faceoff record in the Arizona State University Sun Devils’ 5-1 win over New Hampshire;

Antti Tuomisto had an assist, finishing at +3 with 1 shot in the University of Denver Pioneers’ 8-0 win over Air Force;

Shai Buium also had an assist, finishing at +3 with 1 shot, and Carter Mazur finished at +1 with 3 shots.

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