Detroit Red Wings Prospects Focus: North American Junior

The Detroit Red Wings currently have seven prospects playing junior hockey in North America. Most of these players have had strong starts to their seasons. Here is a look at each of the players after the weekend. Alex Cotton remains an intriguing prospect for the Red Wings. Drafted in the...
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Prospects Update | Nadeau riding point streak for Shawinigan will put the spotlight on a few prospects each week in our Prospects Update. This week, we'll focus on Olivier Nadeau, Josh Bloom, Devon Levi, and Owen Power and Erik Portillo, the two Sabres prospects on the No. 1-ranked Michigan Wolverines. Olivier Nadeau is on a three-game point streak...
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QMJHL Roundup: Quebec Remparts clobber Chicoutimi 9-4 for 8th straight victory

QUEBEC — The Quebec Remparts continued their dominant start to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season with a 9-4 clobbering of the Chicoutimi Sagueneens on Sunday. It was Quebec's eighth victory in a row since losing their Oct. 1 season opener. Twelve players contributed offensively for the Remparts (8-1-0).

Penguins Prospect Watch: Lukas Svejkovsky emerges as WHL's top scorer

An occasional look at how the Penguins’ prospects have performed over the previous seven days:. • In the Western Hockey League (WHL), forward Lukas Svejkovsky scored in overtime and recorded three assists for the Medicine Hat Tigers in a 5-4 home win against the Swift Current Broncos on Tuesday. A...

QMJHL Roundup: Oceanic blank Sagueneens 3-0, keep rolling to start season

RIMOUSKI, Que. — Jasmin Simon stopped all 24 shots he faced and the Rimouski Oceanic put together another strong performance to begin the new Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season, blanking the Chicoutimi Sagueneens 3-0 Saturday. William Dumoulin scored and added an assist for the Oceanic (6-1-1), which have won...

Minor Transactions: 10/23/21

A slow news day Saturday at the NHL level doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been movement in other parts of the hockey world. The season is in full swing at all tiers of the game, and movement at the minor and junior levels of the game is a constant. Here are some of today’s minor moves from around the hockey landscape.

He’s Back! How does Alex Barre-Boulet returning help the Lightning

Alex Barre-Boulet is back! One of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s biggest prospects is back with the Lightning after being claimed off waivers from the Seattle Kraken. Barre-Boulet was originally put on waivers with the purpose of sending him down to the AHL to continue his development. He was picked up by the Kraken, who played him for one game, where he put up an assist.