VANCOUVER (CP) - There were nights playing with the Anaheim Ducks that defenceman Shane O'Brien felt like a race horse being held back by a jockey.
His instincts told him to charge. But he was constantly being told to hold back, don't take any chances, don't make any mistakes.
That's why O'Brien is thankful for the change in style since being traded from the Ducks to the Tampa Bay Lightning last week. Read More (CBC Sports/Canadian Press)
While Adam Henrich had a strong month split between Johnstown of the ECHL and Springfield of the AHL earning a post Clear Day promotion to the Falcons and defenseman Vladimir Mihalik continued his development with Prince George, one prospect has remained as steady as a rock over the past few months.
It was a tough week for the Lightning's prospects, but one prospect did manage to put up some solid numbers.
Albert Vishnyakov scored the opening goal in Dynamo's 4-2 loss to CSKA.
Anton But was scoreless in SKA's 6-1 loss to Nizhnekamsk.
Quick update on former Lightning prospect Gerald Coleman, who was traded last week as part of a package for Shane O'Brien. Coleman started for Portland against Manchester on Saturday night, allowing 5 goals on 29 shots, including 4 on 14 shots in the 3rd period to break open a 1-0 game. The Pirates lost 5-1.