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Super Schultz (AHL Prospects Update)

Oiler fans were giddy when Justin Schultz signed with Edmonton on June 30th. With Schultz currently tied for the lead in AHL scoring and recently being named the AHL player of the week, the excitement has only increased. (If any Ducks fans are reading this, sorry.) In 5 games, Schultz has 4 goals and 5 assists and also leads the Barons with 21 shots on goal. Could it get any better? Did I mention that he’s pictured on the cover of the Nov. 5th issue of The Hockey News (see below)?

Below you’ll find some stats from the Oilers’ AHL prospects. (I won’t be including Jordan Eberle, Taylor Hall, or Ryan Nugent-Hopkins in these AHL updates since those three are already firmly established as NHLers.)

Anton Lander – C
Drafted 40th overall in 2009
4 GP / 0 G / 0 A / 0 Points / +1 / 2 PIM

Ryan Martindale – C
Drafted 61st overall in 2010
4 GP / 0 G / 3 A / 3 PTS / +3 / 2 PIM

Chris VandeVelde – C
Drafted 97th overall in 2005
4 GP / 0 G / 1 A / 1 PTS / +1 / 4 PIM

Magnus Paajarvi – LW
Drafted 10th overall in 2009
5 GP / 1 G / 2 A / 3 PTS / +1 / 2 PIM

Teemu Hartikainen – LW
Drafted 163rd overall in 2008
5 GP / 2 G / 4 A / 6 PTS / +1 / 2 PIM

Curtis Hamilton – LW
Drafted 48th overall in 2010
4 GP / 1 G / 0 A / 1 PTS / 0 /0 PIM

Kristians Pelss – LW
Drafted 181st in 2010
2 GP / 0 G / 1 A / 1 PTS / 0 / 2 PIM

Tyler Pitlick – RW
Drafted 31st overall in 2010
5 GP / 0 G / 2 A / 2 PTS / +3 / 2 PIM

Justin Schultz – D
Drafted 43rd overall in 2008 (by Anaheim)
5 GP / 4 G / 5 A / 9 PTS / +5 / 4 PIM

Martin Marincin – D
Drafted 46th overall in 2010
5 GP / 2 G / 1 A / 3 PTS / +6 / 2 PIM

Taylor Fedun – D
Undrafted
5 GP / 0 G / 1 A / +1 / 4 PIM

Brandon Davidson – D
Drafted 162nd in 2010
4 GP / 0 G / 0 A / 0 PTS / -1 / 2 PIM

Colton Teubert – D
Drafted 13th overall in 2008 (by Los Angeles)
5 GP / 0 G / 0 A / 0 PTS / -1 / 4 PIM

Olivier Roy – G
Drafted 133rd overall in 2009
2 GP / 1 W / 1 L / 2.80 GAA / .908 SV%

Tags: Edmonton Oilers Jonrmcleod Justin Schultz Prospects Update

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