The following are the official statistics for Lightning prospects playing within the Canadian Hockey League as of November 2, 2005. Leading the way are Stan Lascek, whoâ€™s third in the QMJHL in scoring, and Justin Keller
, who stands at fifth in the WHL.
, RW, Chicoutimi (QMJHL): 18GP, 15-21-36, 24PIM (+7)
Justin Keller, RW, Kelowna (WHL): 17GP, 12-10-22, 12PIM (+4)
, C, Moose Jaw (WHL): 15GP, 7-14-21, 19PIM (+6)
, LW, Kingston (OHL): 16GP, 9-10-19, 39PIM (+1)
, LW, Rimouski (QMJHL): 17GP, 6-5-11, 34PIM (-14)
, C, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL): 16GP, 1-9-10, 18PIM (+3)
, D, Red Deer (WHL): 17GP, 1-4-5, 30PIM, (-5)
Aaron Rogers, D, Prince George (WHL): 7GP, 0-3-3, 12PIM, (-4)
, RW, Owen Sound (OHL): 13GP, 1-2-3, 21PIM (-6)
, G, Sudbury (OHL): 14GP, 8W-5L-1SOL, 3.38 GAA, .889 sv%
Vladamir Mihalik, in addition to scoring his first North American goal last weekend, is riding a three game point streak for Red Deer.
Justin Keller is second on the Rockets in scoring and fifth in the league in goals scored. He has one hattrick.
Stan Lascek is on a nine game point streak, which is third longest in the league right now behind PEIâ€™s Viatcheslav Trukhno (13) and Chicoutimi teammate Maxime Boisclair (17).
Blair Jones is eighth in the WHL in scoring and fourth in assists.
After an extremely slow start, Kevin Beech continues to play well, and is now second in the OHL in wins.
In his last 10 games, Chris Lawrence has only registered three assists, two penalty minutes, and a minus-two rating.