Prospect Park: A Very Quiet Night

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Four Ranger prospects played on Saturday and the results were a very quiet night for those involved. No goals or assists and then there was a 2-2 record for the night.

Sean Day and his Windsor Spitfires earned their third straight win, a 3-0 shutout of the Oshawa Generals. Day was scoreless on five shots and was a +1.

Windsor is in third place in the OHL’s West Division with a 15-10-1 record. They are 15 points behind fellow prospect Tim Gettinger’s Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds who are division leaders.

Day and his teammates are back in action on Sunday hosting the Flint Firebirds.

Morgan Barron was in his fifth-ranked Cornell Red lineup one day after being ejected for “grabbing the facemask”. Barron was scoreless on one shot as Cornell earned a split in their two-game series with a 4-0 shutout of the Miami Redhawks.

Tyler Nanne was scoreless on one shot and a -1 as his seven-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers lost to 12th-ranked Wisconsin. The loss evened the “Border Battle” series at 1-1.

Ty Ronning was scoreless on five shots as his Vancouver Giants fell to the Prince George Cougars 6-2 to earn a split in their weekend series. The Giants fall below 500 at 12-13-2-2 with the loss.