Prospect Round-up: Kivenmaki 2A in Liiga; Walleye win; Cotton 2A in WHL

Of Red Wings prospect-related note on Friday:

In Europe, in the Finnish Liiga, Otto Kivenmaki had 2 assists, finishing at +2 with 1 shot in 13:20 played as the Lahti Pelicans won 3-0 over SaiPa;

Eemil Viro finished even with 2 shots in 16:22 played as TPS Turku won 5-2 over Ilves;

In the Swedish Allsvenskan, Jesper Eliasson was the back-up in Almtuna IS’s 4-3 loss to MoDo;

Filip Larsson was the back-up in HV71’s 2-1 loss to Kristianstads;

In the Swedish J20 league, Liam Dower Nilsson didn’t play in the Frolunda Indians’ 4-3 win over Vaxjo;

In North America, in the ECHL, Billy Christopoulos stopped 26 of 29 shots as the Toledo Walleye won 4-3 in overtime over the Indy Fuel:

In the QMJHL, Oscar Plandowski finished even in the Charlottetown Islanders’ 4-1 loss to Quebec;

Pasquale Zito had an assist, finishing even with 2 shots and a 9-for-13 faceoff record in the Windsor Spitfires’ 6-5 loss to Saginaw;

In the WHL, Sebastian Cossa was the back-up in the Edmonton Oil Kings’ 3-2 loss to Lethbridge;

Alex Cotton had 2 assists, finishing at +2 with 5 shots in the Vancouver Giants’ 3-1 win over Tri-City;

And in NCAA Hockey, Kyle Aucoin finished even in the Harvard Crimson’s 1-0 loss to New Hampshire;

Sam Stange finished even with 2 shots in the University of Wisconsin Badgers’ 1-1 tie with Clarkson;

Ryan O’Reilly scored a goal, finishing even with 1 shot in the Arizona State University Sun Devils’ 6-4 win over Bemidji State;

And Cooper Moore finished at -2 in the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks’ 5-1 loss to Minnesota.

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