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Bolt Prospects Prospect of the Week: 11/20-11/26

Sooner or later, Chris Lawrence is going to win this award given how well he is playing (2 GP, 2-3-5, 2 PIM, +1 this week). But it was time for the first back-to-back winner of the award this week.

OHL vs. Russian Selects: Game Two

Denis Kazionov scored his first goal of the CHL-Russia Challenge tonight to go along with 2 penalty minutes, but it wasn't enough as the Russians fell to Team OHL 4-3. Kazionov has enjoyed a strong tour of North America thus far picking up points in 3 of the 4 games he has played thus far against select teams from the QMJHL and OHL. Through four games, Kazionov has 1 goal and 4 points. Denis plays his hockey in the Russian Superleague, the top men's league in Russia, despite the fact he won't turn 19 until December 8th. The young winger plays primarily a fourth line role for the club team Tver.

Sunday and Monday's Superleague Scores

Sunday
Vasily Koshechkin was again out of the lineup as Mike Fountain and Togliatti fell to Khabarovsk 4-3.

Evgeny Artyukhin was scoreless in Yaroslavl's 2-1 loss to Magnitogorsk.

Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless as Kazan smoked Novokuznetsk 7-0.

Monday
Anton But had 1 goal and 1 assist in St. Petersburg's 2-1 win over Dynamo. Albert Vishnyakov was scoreless in the match.

Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 3-2 loss to Tver. Denis Kazionov of Tver remains on tour with Team Russia in the CHL-Russia Challenge.

CHL Game Day: 11/26

Chris Lawrence was named first star of the game for his 1 goal and 2 assist effort in a 7-3 Mississauga spanking of Windsor. Lawrence was +2 in the contest. Through 20 games this season Lawrence has 15 goals and 31 points.

NHL Game Day 11/26: Senators at Lightning:

Holy cow. Who'd have thought the Lightning could do THAT in the same week and a half they took a 7-2 beat down from Buffalo?

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Johan Holmqvist continued his iron fisted hold on the starting goaltending gig stopping 22 of 23 shots faced. Brad Richards, Martin St. Louis and Filip Kuba led the way offensively with 1 goal and 1 assist each. Eric Perrin, Paul Ranger and Dan Boyle each had individual assists in the game. Don't look know, but quiet like a thief in the night Kuba is on a pace for 10 goals and about 55 points. Pavel who? Dollar for dollar, you can make an argument Filip was one of the best free agent signings in the NHL last summer.

First Period
Ottawa 3:34, Jason Spezza 11 (Dany Heatley, Andrej Meszaros)

Second Period
Tampa Bay 10:28, Filip Kuba 3 (Eric Perrin, Brad Richards)
Tampa Bay 11:04, Brad Richards 9 (Filip Kuba, Martin St. Louis)

Third Period
Tampa Bay 18:42, Martin St. Louis 15 (power play) (Paul Ranger, Dan Boyle)

Game sheet from NHL.com.

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