Canucks Prospects Update: 4.16.18

<p ><p >It's playoff time in Utica as the Comets (38-26-12) wrapped up the regular season this past weekend and will now get set to face the league-leading Toronto Marlies (54-18-4) in the best-of-five opening round. Game 1 goes Saturday in Toronto.</p ></p ><p ><p >The Comets have had some new faces in the lineup as of late as Lukas Jasek continues to impress since joining the team in late March. He closed out the season with seven points (3-4-7) in six games, which included scoring the overtime winner in their season finale. Highly-touted prospect Jonathan Dahlen has also joined the team, scoring once and setting up another in two games played, while Kole Lind has appeared in six games, registering one assist. </p ><p >Speaking of playoffs, a pair of Canucks prospects in the OHL have a huge Game 7 coming up on Tuesday as Jonah Gadjovich, Brett McKenzie and the Owen Sound Attack take on the Soo Greyhounds to see who will advance to the third round and face the Kitchener Rangers.</p ><p > <p > <table ><tr ><td > <h4 >FORWARDS</h4 > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >NAME</td > <td >TEAM</td > <td >GP</td > <td >G</td > <td >A</td > <td >PTS</td > <td >PIM</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Rodrigo Abols</td > <td >BIK Karlskoga (Allsvenskan)</td > <td >18</td > <td >7</td > <td >10</td > <td >17</td > <td >20</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td ><span >Reid Boucher</span ></td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >45</td > <td >25</td > <td >21</td > <td >46</td > <td >35</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Michael Carcone</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >68</td > <td >15</td > <td >12</td > <td >27</td > <td >71</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Cole Cassels</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >69</td > <td >7</td > <td >19</td > <td >26</td > <td >70</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Michael Chaput</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >55</td > <td >17</td > <td >25</td > <td >42</td > <td >59</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Jonathan Dahlen</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >2</td > <td >1</td > <td >1</td > <td >2</td > <td >2</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Lukas Jasek</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >6</td > <td >3</td > <td >4</td > <td >7</td > <td >2</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Jonah Gadjovich</td > <td >Owen Sound Attack (OHL)</td > <td >8</td > <td >1</td > <td >2</td > <td >3</td > <td >2</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td ><span >Adam Gaudette</span ></td > <td >Northeastern Univ. (NCAA)</td > <td >38</td > <td >30</td > <td >30</td > <td >60</td > <td >41</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Joseph Labate</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >39</td > <td >6</td > <td >5</td > <td >11</td > <td >87</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Kole Lind</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >6</td > <td >0</td > <td >1</td > <td >1</td > <td >2</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >William Lockwood</td > <td >Univ. of Michigan (NCAA)</td > <td >16</td > <td >4</td > <td >7</td > <td >11</td > <td >11</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Zack MacEwen</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >66</td > <td >10</td > <td >23</td > <td >33</td > <td >56</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Brett McKenzie</td > <td >Owen Sound Attack (OHL)</td > <td >10</td > <td >6</td > <td >7</td > <td >13</td > <td >6</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Griffen Molino</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >46</td > <td >3</td > <td >7</td > <td >10</td > <td >19</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Petrus Palmu</td > <td >TPS (Liiga)</td > <td >59</td > <td >17</td > <td >19</td > <td >36</td > <td >36</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Yan-Pavel Laplante</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >5</td > <td >0</td > <td >1</td > <td >1</td > <td >13</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Elias Pettersson</td > <td >Vaxjo Lakers HC (SHL)</td > <td >44</td > <td >24</td > <td >32</td > <td >56</td > <td >14</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Jack Rathbone</td > <td >Dexter School (USHS)</td > <td >N/A</td > <td >N/A</td > <td >N/A</td > <td >N/A</td > <td >N/A</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Jakob Stukel</td > <td >Calgary Hitmen (WHL)</td > <td >71</td > <td >37</td > <td >27</td > <td >64</td > <td >30</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Dmitri Zhukenov</td > <td >Avangard Omsk (KHL)</td > <td >15</td > <td >1</td > <td >0</td > <td >1</td > <td >6</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td > <h4 >DEFENCEMEN</h4 > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >NAME</td > <td >TEAM</td > <td >GP</td > <td >G</td > <td >A</td > <td >PTS</td > <td >PIM</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Matt Brassard</td > <td >Oshawa Generals (OHL)</td > <td >67</td > <td >16</td > <td >35</td > <td >51</td > <td >64</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Guillaume Brisebois</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >68</td > <td >3</td > <td >15</td > <td >18</td > <td >16</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Cole Candella</td > <td >Sudbury Wolves (OHL)</td > <td >68</td > <td >5</td > <td >28</td > <td >33</td > <td >29</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Anton Cederholm</td > <td >Kalamzoo Wings (ECHL)</td > <td >31</td > <td >3</td > <td >7</td > <td >10</td > <td >26</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Jalen Chatfield</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >60</td > <td >2</td > <td >5</td > <td >7</td > <td >26</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Kristoffer Gunnarsson</td > <td >Frolunda HC (SHL)</td > <td >46</td > <td >0</td > <td >0</td > <td >0</td > <td >24</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Olli Juolevi</td > <td >TPS (Liiga)</td > <td >38</td > <td >7</td > <td >12</td > <td >19</td > <td >14</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Evan McEneny</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >11</td > <td >2</td > <td >5</td > <td >7</td > <td >4</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td ><span >Ashton Sautner</span ></td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >61</td > <td >3</td > <td >10</td > <td >13</td > <td >55</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Mackenze Stewart</td > <td >Kalamzoo Wings (ECHL)</td > <td >56</td > <td >4</td > <td >8</td > <td >12</td > <td >55</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >Nikita Tryamkin</td > <td >Avtomobillst Yekaterinburg (KHL)</td > <td >51</td > <td >9</td > <td >16</td > <td >25</td > <td >109</td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td > <h4 >GOALIES</h4 > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > <td > </td > </tr ><tr ><td >NAME</td > <td >TEAM</td > <td >GP</td > <td >W</td > <td >L</td > <td >OT</td > <td >SO</td > <td >GAA</td > <td >SV%</td > </tr ><tr ><td >Michael DiPetro</td > <td >Windsor Spitfires (OHL)</td > <td >56</td > <td >29</td > <td >21</td > <td >4</td > <td >7</td > <td >2.79</td > <td >0.91</td > </tr ><tr ><td >Thatcher Demko</td > <td >Utica Comets (AHL)</td > <td >46</td > <td >25</td > <td >13</td > <td >7</td > <td >1</td > <td >2.44</td > <td >0.922</td > </tr ></table ></p ></p ></p >

It's playoff time in Utica as the Comets (38-26-12) wrapped up the regular season this past weekend and will now get set to face the league-leading Toronto Marlies (54-18-4) in the best-of-five opening round. Game 1 goes Saturday in Toronto.

The Comets have had some new faces in the lineup as of late as Lukas Jasek continues to impress since joining the team in late March. He closed out the season with seven points (3-4-7) in six games, which included scoring the overtime winner in their season finale. Highly-touted prospect Jonathan Dahlen has also joined the team, scoring once and setting up another in two games played, while Kole Lind has appeared in six games, registering one assist. 

Speaking of playoffs, a pair of Canucks prospects in the OHL have a huge Game 7 coming up on Tuesday...

It's playoff time in Utica as the Comets (38-26-12) wrapped up the regular season this past weekend and will now get set to face the league-leading Toronto Marlies (54-18-4). Game 1 goes Saturday in Toronto.

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