Prospect round-up, North America: Fulcher mops up in ECHL; Zito scores in OHL; Mastrosimone scores in NCAA

Of prospect-related note in North America on Saturday:

In the ECHL, Kaden Fulcher stopped 14 of 14 shots in relief duty as the Toledo Walleye lost 5-2 to the Kalamazoo K-Wings;

In the QMJHL, Oscar Plandowski finished at +1 with 2 shots in the Charlottetown Islanders’ 7-1 win over Rouyn-Noranda;

In the OHL, Pasquale Zito scored his team’s only goal, finishing even with 8 shots and a 4-for-8 faceoff record in the Windsor Spitfires’ 5-1 loss to Owen Sound;

In the WHL, Cross Hanas finished even with 6 shots in the Portland Winterhawks’ 1-0 loss to Everett;

Sebastian Cossa was the back-up in the Edmonton Oil Kings’ 5-4 win over Medicine Hat;

Alex Cotton had an assist, finishing at +1 with 10 shots in the Lethbridge Hurricanes’ 5-3 win over Prince Albert;

In the BCHL, Kienan Draper finished even in the Chilliwack Chiefs’ 4-1 loss to Vernon;

And in NCAA Hockey, Robert Mastrosimone had a goal and an assist, finishing at +1 with 4 shots in the Boston University Terriers’ 8-6 win over Merrimack. Ethan Phillips finished at +1 with 1 shot;

Sam Stange finished even with 2 shots and a 3-for-6 faceoff record in the University of Wisconsin Badgers’ 4-1 loss to St. Cloud State;

Carter Gylander stopped 34 of 38 shots in the Colgate Raiders’ 4-3 overtime loss to the Arizona State University Sun Devils. Ryan O’Reilly finished even with 3 shots for Arizona State;

Antti Tuomisto finished even in the University of Denver Pioneers’ 5-1 loss to Boston College.

Also for Denver: Shai Buium finished at -1 with 3 shots, and Carter Mazur finished at -1;

Red Savage had 2 assists, finishing at +1 with a 6-and-6 faceoff record in the Miami of Ohio Redhawks’ 6-4 loss to Bowling Green;

And Cooper Moore finished at -1 in the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks’ 3-1 win over Quinnipiac.

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