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Toronto Maple leaves the prospect: four season end as another move



We went down to four potential customers who still play games. One is OHL, two are WHL, and one is USHL. The college students are all over, and Riley Stotts and Mac Hollowell were excluded from the playoffs. Although it is coming down with wire, we have a prospect versus prospects WHL final chance.

In the OHL, Fedor Gordeev and Guelph Storm beat the winners 0-3, 3-1 in Game 7 of the second leg. Last night with 4 OHL fans and 4 consecutive winning games will face the Saginaw spirit at the end of the clerk's meeting.

Ontario Hockey League

# 11 – Mac Holowell (D)
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhound

Saginaw Spirit has been removed in the second round.
Game 1 – Loss – 4-1 – 0G, 1A, -1
Game 2 – Loss – 10-1 – 1G, 0A, -4
Game 3 – Loss – 7-5 – 0G, 2A
Game 4 – Victory – 3-0 – 0G, 1A, +1
Game 5 – Victory – 6-2 – 0G, 2A
Game 6 – Loss – 5-0 – 0G, 0A, -4

Last year's OHL runners-up dropped in the second round of playoffs, and Mac Hollowell's junior career ends with him. Hollowell finished the season with 77 points in 64 regular games and 11 in 11 games.

When Hollowell joins the Marlies at ATO he can not go east because he has not spoken yet and he is not on the Growlers playoff roster.

# 29 – Fedor Goladev (D)
Guelph Storm

Two rounds of the London Knights
Game 1 – Loss – 3-2 – No points
Game 2 – Loss – 7-0 – 0G, 0A, -2
Game 3 – Loss – 7-4 – No points
Game 4 – Victory – 4-3 – No points
Game 5 – Victory – 3-1 – No points
Game 6 – Winning – 5-3 – 0G, 0A, -1
Game 7 – Victory – 6-3 – 0G, 0A, -1

What a comeback by the storm. The defeat of three consecutive games and a player who failed to give up 17 goals in that game gave a defeat. They will now face the Spirit of the New Genoa in the Clergy final.

Match 1 – away – Thursday. April 18
Match 2 – away – Saturday. April 20
Match 3 – House – Monday April 22
Game 4 – House – Wednesday. April 24
Match 5 – away – gold. April 26
Game 6 – Home – Sun Apr 28
Game 7 – Away – Monday 29th April


Western Hockey League

# 18 – Riley Studs (aspirate)
Calgary Hitman

Round Two vs. Edmonton Oil Kings
Game 1 – Loss – 3-2 Old Testament – 0G, 1A, -1
Game 2 – Loss – 4-1 – 0G, 0A, -2
Game 3 – Loss – Old Testament 2-1 – 0G, 0A, -1
Game 4 – Loss – 6-0 – 0G, 0A, -3

Riley Stotts's season ends with a sweep of the Edmonton Oil Kings. He misses the final game last year and is good at running two rounds, but he is going to be the first to reach the final of the competition next season.

# 18 – Philip Kral (D)
Spokane Chapter

Everett Silvertips 4-1 defeat in second round
Game 1 – Victory – 6-3 – 0G, 0A, -1
Game 2 – Victory – 3-1 – No points
Game 3 – Victory – 3-1 – 0G, 1A
Game 4 – Loss – 4-1 – No points
Game 5 – Win – 2-1 – I did not play.

Chiefs has been participating in the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2011 and is looking for the WHL Championship / Memorial Cup for the first time since 2008. The Vancouver Giants are an opponent, second in the league and 14 points ahead of the Chiefs. It will be a difficult series. But the Chiefs easily beat the Silvertips, and they were only two points behind the Giants.

Western Conference Finals vs Vancouver Giants
Match 1 – away – gold. April 19
Match 2 – away – Saturday. April 20
Match 3 – House – Tuesday. April 23
Game 4 – House – Wednesday. April 24
Match 5 – away – gold. April 26
Game 6 – House – Monday 29th April
Match 7 – Away – Tue. April 30

# 33 – Ian Scott (G)
Prince Albert Raiders

Saskatoon Blade 2nd round win in 6th round
Game 1 – Victory – 6-1 – 23sv, 24sh, .958sv%
Game 2 – Victory – 3-2 – 24sv, 26sh, .923sv%
Game 3 – Loss – 1-0 – 26sv, 27sh, .923sv%
Game 4 – Loss – 4-1 – 34sv, 37sh, .919sv%
Game 5 – Victory – 6-1 – 26sv, 27sh, .923sv%
Game 6 – Victory – 6-3 – 19sv, 22sh, .864sv%

The Pirates have played in the first Eastern Conference finals since 1999 and want to win the first WHL title and celebration cup since 1985. It was an amazing season for Albert Albert. Nobody would want to see you go down slowly now. Their Edmonton opponents.

Eastern Conference Finals v Edmonton Oil Kings
Match 1 – Home – Friday April 19
Game 2 – House – Saturday April 20
Match 3 – Away – Tue. April 23
Game 4 – Away – Wednesday 24th April
Game 5 – House – Gold. April 26
Game 6 – Away – Sun. April 28
Game 7 – House – Tuesday. April 30


USHL

# 14 – JD Greenway (D)
Dubuque Fighting Saints

The Saints won the USHL finals in three rounds against Youngstown Phantoms in the first round. With the lowest seeds in the meeting, they will do # 1 species of Muskegon Lumberjacks in the second round.

Youngstown Phantoms vs 2-0 win.

Game 1 – Victory – 3-1 – 0G, 0A, +1
Game 2 – Victory – 3-2 – No points


Previously removed audiences

# 33 – Zachary Bouthillier (G) – St. John's Dog, QMJHL

After signing an agreement with ECHL Newfoundland Growlers for the remainder of the season, they were called to AHL.

# 31 – Joseph Wall (G) – Boston College, NCAA

He quit school and signed a contract to start next season.

# 19 – Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (C) – Peterborough Petes, OHL

He joined the Marlies, but was sent to ECHL Newfoundland Growlers, who play Brampton Beast in the first round of the ECHL playoffs.

# 19 – Ryan McGregor (F) – Sarnia Sting, OHL

McGregor is with the Toronto Marlies.

# 8 – Dakota Joshua (F) / Ryan O'Connell (D) – Buckeyes, NC, NCAA

Both remain in school. Joshua is in his final year with the prospect of Leafs and his rights expire on August 15th.


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