Deveaux, Andre

Prospects Page Updated

As a consequence of today's trade with Atlanta which moved Bolt Prospects' #23 ranked prospect, Andre Deveaux, out of the organization, Bolt Prospects would like to announce an update of our Midterm Rankings and the prospect page. Deveaux's subtraction moves the #24 and #25 ranked prospects, Denis Kazionov and Marek Bartanus, up one slot in the rankings. Adam Henrich will now move into the top-25 at the #25 spot.

In addition, Stephen Baby's name has been added to the prospect page as an overage prospect. Baby, who turned 27 yesterday, is well over the 24 year old on opening night requirement to qualify as a regular prospect.

Kyle Wanvig, by virtue of the 51 games he played with the Minnesota Wild in 2005-2006, is considered graduated by Bolt Prospects criteria and will not be added to the prospects page. Any prospect who plays 41 or more games in a single season is considered a graduate by site rules.

Trade between Tampa/Atlanta

Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune reports:

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First the trade…
Lightning have traded Andy Delmore and Andre Deveaux to Atlanta in exchange for Stephen Baby and Kyle Wanvig. All four players will remain in the minors for now, Delmore and Deveaux to Chicago while Baby and Wanvig will be assigned to Springfield.

Of note, apparently Delmore may more than likely stay in the minors as Philadelphia is ready to swipe him off waivers if he is put on recall, so there is a good chance that Delmore won’t come back to bite the Lightning as a member of the Thrashers this season.

Source: TBO.com
TSN report: TSN story

AHL Game Night 1/26: Devils at Falcons

It makes me sick to my stomach to see the Falcons blow a 3-0 lead.

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Karri Ramo allowed 4 goals on 27 shots in the loss and his season record (13-14-0) now falls under .500 for the first time since October. Norm Milley led the Falcons with 1 goal and 1 assist while Daniel Corso had 2 assists. Eric Healey and Andre Deveaux had the other Falcons goals and Doug O'Brien, Adam Henrich and Andy Delmore had individual helpers. Milley was named third star of the game.

Instead of leapfrogging Portland into 5th in the division and keeping pace 4 points back of the final Atlantic Division playoff spot, the Falcons have dropped 6 points out of the playoffs and just 1 point out of the Atlantic Division basement. Tonight's game was the first of a five game spot in the schedule where Springfield looked to have some winnable games, but the third period collapse against Lowell seems an ominous sign.

First Period
SPR Milley, (17) (Corso, O'Brien), 19:52

Second Period
SPR Deveaux, (1) (Corso, Henrich), 12:03
SPR Healey, (20) (Milley, Delmore), 12:51
LOW Murphy, (8) (Greene, Mottau), 17:43 (PP)

Third Period
LOW Marshall, (4) (Fraser, McGillis), 0:34
LOW Bergfors, (11) (Fahey, McGillis), 2:25
LOW Clarkson, (13) (Pihlman), 7:00
LOW Pihlman, (4) , 19:39 (EN)

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

Two Up, Two Down

The Springfield Falcons have announced the recall of LW/C Adam Henrich and RW/C Andre Deveaux from Johnstown of the ECHL. To make room, the Falcons also announced they have returned Maxime Boisclair to Johnstown and released Randy Rowe from his PTO and returned him to Johnstown as well.

In 26 games in the ECHL this season, Henrich has 8 goals and 22 points with 109 penalty minutes and a +8 rating. In 21 games with the Chiefs, Deveaux has 6 goals and 14 points with 51 penalty minutes and a -4 rating.

Boisclair, who still leads the Chiefs in scoring, had just 1 goal in his 17 game recall to Springfield with 6 penalty minutes and a -3 rating. Rowe was similarly ineffective scoring just 2 goals and 3 points in 17 games with a -2 rating.

ECHL Game Day 1/7: Chiefs at Stingrays

7-2 seems like a popular score.

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Morgan Cey stopped 38 of 45 in the loss. Eric Przepiroka and Andre Deveaux had the Chiefs goals. Helpers went to Jean Desrochers, Ian MacLean, Adam Henrich and Andrew Martens.

Needless to say, no minor pro player is getting Prospect of the Week after this weekend.

First Period
SC Schwabe, (10) (MacLean, Reid), 4:48
SC Szabo, (7) (Dovgan, Chaput), 7:45
SC Szabo, (8) (MacLean, Reid), 17:46

Second Period
JHN Przepiorka, (5) (Desrochers, MacLean), 5:38
SC Schwabe, (11) (Reid, Romfo), 6:57
SC McElroy, (4) (Reid, Romfo), 9:31
SC Stefanishion, (7) (Chaput, Szabo), 11:40 (PP)

Third Period
JHN Deveaux, (6) (Henrich, Martens), 19:01
SC Bernakevitch, (11) (Judy, Schwabe), 19:59 (PP)

Game sheet from ECHL.com.

ECHL Game Night 1/5: Chiefs at Gladiators

Morgan Cey had to face 70 shots tonight between regulation, overtime and the shootout. 70.

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GWT-4 (SO)

Morgan Cey stopped 59 of 62 shots faced in overtime and regulation before allowing 2 of 8 penalty shot chances to take the shootout loss. Have mercy. Andre Deveaux led the Falcons with 2 goals and 1 assist while Radek Smolenak had 1 goal and 2 assists. Adam Henrich, Geoff Waugh and PJ Atherton had individual assists. Gwinnett tallied the tying goal on the power play with under 2 minutes to go in regulation to force overtime. Naturally, Gwinnett, being the organization and county in Georgia with the utmost of humility and class (that's sarcasm) did not give a single star in the game to a Johnstown player even though Deveaux and Smolenak had the game high in points and Cey stopped 59 shots. Considering the media pool for Gwinnett includes a certain massive Thrashers homer/online editor for HF, I'm not surprised.

Some good news from the night: Gerald Coleman is on the bus for this swing through the south and was in uniform as Cey's backup.

First Period
JHN Deveaux, (4) (Smolenak, Henrich), 15:24

Second Period
GWT Awe, (16) (Schell, Mifsud), 5:57 (PP)
JHN Smolenak, (12) (Deveaux, Waugh), 15:13

Third Period
GWT Painchaud, (9) (York, Contois), 3:43
JHN Deveaux, (5) (Smolenak, Atherton), 8:12
GWT Schell, (15) (Mifsud, Awe), 18:12 (PP)

Game sheet from ECHL.com.

Retraction: Deveaux and Rosehill

Apologies to our readers but Andre Deveaux and Jay Rosehill have not been sent down to Johnstown of the ECHL. It helps when I actually read the link I'm posting to. My bad.

ECHL Game Day 10/22: Chiefs at Titans

Just couldn't get over the top in a one goal game. JHN-3 TRE-5 [url=gerald-coleman]Gerald Coleman[/url] stopped 27 of 31 shots faced for the loss before Trenton scored an empty net goal with 17 seconds remaining to seal the Chiefs' fate. The Johnstown attack was lead by Maxime Boisclair's pair of helpers, his first professional points. [url=andre-deveaux]Andre Deveaux[/url], [url=zbynek-hrdel]Zbynek Hrdel[/url] and Doug Andress had Johnstown's goals with individual helpers going to [url=radek-smolenak]Radek Smolenak[/url], [url=stanislav-lascek]Stanislav Lascek[/url] and Jean Desrochers. Game sheet from [url=http://echl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=926]ECHL.com[/url].

Word on the Street From Johnstown

Word on the street from Johnstown is that [url=andre-deveaux]Andre Deveaux[/url] and [url=jay-rosehill]Jay Rosehill[/url] were at this morning's practice for the Chiefs and thus, logically, have been sent down by the Falcons. Neither organization has released confirmation yet. The Chiefs opener is tonight at 7pm at home against Pensacola. [b]Update:[/b] [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/mpublic.cgi?action=show_news&cat=1&id=8948]ECHL.com has announced[/url] that Jay Rosehill has indeed been sent down to Johnstown. Also, Ian MacLean has been placed on the 7 day IR. Still no word on Deveaux.
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