The 19-year-old Canadiens' prospect started the season with HC Sparta Prague playing 17 games in the Czech Extraliga league.
Patrick Holland is having the best stretch of his career of late and with his latest efforts for the Tri-City Americans. Holland would score his first goal in 12 games and would add three assists as well in a 7-2 over Everett on Tuesday.
While Dietz finds himself playing on a rather deep lineup of defensive strength on the Saskatoon Blades, his impact over the past week will not soon be forgotten. Dietz would go scoreless in his first game of the week with Saskatoon in a 1-0 loss to Regina. Dietz would begin his scoring by collecting an assist on Wednesday as the Blades suffered a 5-2 loss against the Moose Jaw Warriors.
BULLDOGS SIGN PETER LENES AND JOEY HADDAD Both left-wingers will join the team today on Professional Try-Out contracts February 16, 2012 Hamilton Bulldogs' Press Release HAMILTON, ON -...
Gloom-and-doom mode has returned after a Monday-night loss against Carolina, and the disappointment of a shootout loss against the Bruins may have many Habs' fans groaning for an alternative. Last week we presented to you our review of Bob McKenzie's top ten prospects heading into the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, and how they might fit into the needs of the Montreal Canadiens.
Bournival has returned to the top of the prospect field as he continues his impressive scoring campaign with the Shawinigan Cataractes. Bournival scored a goal in his first game of the week on Wednesday night, his 24th in 27 games in an eventual 5-4 shootout loss to Acadie-Bathurst.