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Lightning CHL, NCAA Stats as of October 12

The following are the official statistics for Lightning prospects playing within the Canadian Hockey League and NCAA (non-exhibition games) as of October 12, 2005. Leading the way are Stan Lascek, who’s third in the QMJHL in scoring, and Justin Keller, who stands at fourth in the WHL. Stanislav Lascek, Chicoutimi (QMJHL): 9GP, 9-11-20, 14PIM (+8) Justin Keller, Kelowna (WHL): 10GP, 5-6-11, 4PIM (+2) Radek Smolenak, Kingston (OHL): 8GP, 7-4-11, 25PIM (+4) Blair Jones, Moose Jaw (WHL): 5GP, 3-6-9, 4PIM (+5) Chris Lawrence, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL): 8GP, 1-6-7, 16PIM (+5) Mark Tobin, Rimouski (QMJHL): 10GP, 3-2-5, 32PIM (-8)

Mihalik Earns First Points of North American Career

Lightning 2005 First Round pick and Red Deer defenseman Vladimir Mihalik notched his first North American points Tuesday night as the Rebels crushed Brandon 9-4. Mihalik had two assists in the game to go with a plus-two rating. Mihalik played last season in Slovakia. Also Tuesday night, Kelowna winger Justin Keller moved into fourth place among WHL scorers with two assists in a 6-3 win over Saskatoon. Keller now has 11 points in 10 games.

Norrena/Linkopings Still Perfect

Today marked a battle of two of the best goaltenders in the Swedish Elitserien as Fredrik Norrena and Linkopings squared off with Stefan Liv and HV 71. The game did not disappoint as it took overtime to break a 2-2 deadlock for Linkopings to emerge victorious on the strength of a Tim Eriksson goal. Fredrik Norrena stopped 27 of 29 to improve his record to 7-0-0 on the season. Defenseman Andreas Holmqvist also contributed an assist on Mikko Luoma's first period goal in the win.

Morgan Cey Injured

Bolt Prospects has learned from the Johnstown Chiefs that goaltender Morgan Cey is currently injured and still in Springfield, hence the reason for no formal reassignment to Johnstown of the ECHL. Developing.

Johnstown Chiefs Training Camp Roster

The Johnstown Chiefs have issued a press release announcing their training camp roster. Despite the lack of a formal announcement of reassignment, it appears goaltender Morgan Cey has lost the battle to be Springfield's backup goaltender to Gerald Coleman. There are currently 31 players in Chiefs camp, assuming the omission of goaltender David Currie from the press release:
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