Prospect Round-up North America: Bednar posts shutout in QMJHL; assists for (almost) everyone!

Of Red Wings prospect-related note in North America on Friday night:

In the ECHL, Kaden Fulcher served as the back-up and Billy Christopoulos stopped 30 of 32 shots as the Toledo Walleye lost 3-2 to the Iowa Heartlanders in a shootout;

In the QMJHL, Jan Bednar pitched a 21-save shutout as his Acadie-Bathurst Titan won 5-0 over the Oscar Plandowski-less Charlottetown Islanders. Bednar was named the game’s second star;

In the OHL, Pasquale Zito had an assist, finishing at +2 with a penalty taken and a 4-for-7 faceoff record in the Windsor Spitfires’ 4-1 win over London;

In the WHL, Cross Hanas finished even with 1 shot in the Portland Winterhawks’ 4-1 win over Spokane;

Alex Cotton finished at -1 with 7 shots in the Vancouver Giants’ 4-3 loss to Victoria;

The Sebastian Cossa-less Edmonton Oil Kings lost 3-2 to the Brandon Wheat Kings;

And in NCAA Hockey, Robert Mastrosimone had an assist, finishing even with 3 shots in the Boston University Terriers’ 3-3 overtime tie with Boston University;

Cooper Moore had an assist, finishing at +1 with 3 shots in the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks’ 5-2 win over Colorado College;

Sam Stange had an assist, finishing at +1 with 2 shots in the University of Wisconsin Badgers’ 4-1 win over Penn State;

Jack Adams had an assist, finishing at -1 in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s 3-2 win over Michigan State;

Ryan O’Reilly had a goal and an assist, finishing at +1 with 5 shots in the Arizona State University Sun Devils’ 4-3 win over Clarkson;

And in the University of Denver Pioneers’ 5-0 win over Minnesota-Duluth:

Shai Buium scored his first NCAA goal, finishing at +3 with 2 shots;

Carter Mazur had an assist, finishing at +2;

And Antti Tuomisto finished even with 1 shot.

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