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Prospect Watch: April 6-12

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Each week, chicagoblackhawks.com will track the progress of the Blackhawks' top 10 prospects selected by chicagoblackhawks.com; subject to change. View weekly updated stats for all Hawks prospects.

Akim Aliu
Position:
Right wing
Team: Sudbury
League:
OHL

Aliu was recalled to the Rockford IceHogs on April 3 and has played in five games for the club, notching two goals and 14 penalty minutes. Sudbury's season ended March 30 as they were knocked out of the first round of the OHL Playoffs in a 6-1 loss to Belleville. In 29 regular-season games with Sudbury (26-35-7), Aliu recorded 10 goals, 16 assists and 61 penalty minutes. He had two goals, one assist and 14 PIM in six playoff games.

 

Kyle Beach
Position:
Left wing
Team:
Lethbridge
League:
WHL

Beach was recalled to the Rockford IceHogs on April 9 and has played in two games, earning 15 penalty minutes. Lethbridge's season ended as the club fell to Calgary 4-2 Tuesday in Game 3 and 6-0 Wednesday in Game 4 of the WHL Playoffs second round series. In 24 regular-season appearances with Lethbridge (35-32-5), Beach tallied 15 goals, 18 assists and 59 PIM. He had one goal, one assist and 31 PIM in 10 playoff games.

 

Jonathan Carlsson
Position:
Defense
Team:
Brynäs IF
League:
Sweden

Brynäs IF ended their season with a 4-0 loss to Färjestads BK March 11. In 55 contests this season, Carlsson had one assist and 78 penalty minutes.

 

Simon Danis-Pepin
Position:
Defense
Team:
Maine
League:
Hockey East
Year: Senior

Maine's (13-22-4) season ended March 16 in a 6-2 loss to Boston University that knocked the club out of the playoffs. In 36 games, Danis-Pepin had 13 assists and 29 penalty minutes.

 

Peter LeBlanc
Position:
Center
Team:
New Hampshire
League:
Hockey East

New Hampshire ended the season with a 2-1 loss to Boston University in the NCAA Regional Finals March 29. In 38 contests, LeBlanc tallied 14 goals, 16 assists and 8 penalty minutes for the Wildcats (20-13-5) this season.

 

Shawn Lalonde
Position:
Defense
Team:
Belleville
League:
OHL

Lalonde was held scoreless as Belleville defeated Niagara 5-2 Tuesday in Game 4 and 5-2 Thursday in Game 5 of the OHL Playoffs second round series, moving the club to the next round. In 66 regular-season contests, Lalonde tallied 19 goals, 35 assists and 73 penalty minutes for the Bulls (47-17-4) this season. He has one goal, six assists and 17 penalty minutes in 11 playoff games.

 

Joe Lavin
Position:
Defense
Team:
Omaha
League:
USHL

Lavin tallied an assist as Omaha fell to Fargo 6-2 in Game 1 of the USHL Playoffs first round series Friday. In a 4-2 loss to the club Saturday in Game 2, he registered two assists. Lavin registered an assist as Omaha posted a 4-3 loss in Game 3 Sunday. Lavin has appeared in 33 regular-season games for the club since coming from Providence Univ., registering seven goals, 16 assists and 28 penalty minutes. He has appeared in three playoff games, tallying four assists and eight penalty minutes.

 

Igor Makarov
Position:
Right wing
Team:
St. Petersburg SKA
League:
Russia

St. Petersburg's season ended as they fell to Spartak 3-2 March 5 in the third and final playoff game against the club, dropping them out of the playoffs. Makarov finished with nine goals, eight assists and 61 penalty minutes in 42 games this year.

 

Ben Smith
Position:
Right wing
Team:
Boston College
League:
Hockey East
Year: Junior

B.C. was knocked out of the Hockey East Semifinals in a 3-2 loss to Boston University March 27. In 37 contests this season, Smith had six goals, 11 assists and six penalty minutes. The Eagles ended the season with an 18-14-5 record.

 

Bill Sweatt
Position:
Left wing
Team:
Colorado College
League:
WCHA
Year: Junior

C.C. was knocked out of the WCHA Playoffs with a 3-1 loss to Minnesota Duluth March 14. In 37 contests, Sweatt had 12 goals, 11 assists and 28 penalty minutes. Colorado College finished the season with a 16-12-10 record.

 

Josh Unice
Position:
Goaltender
Team:
Windsor
League:
OHL

Unice did not appear as Windsor fell to Plymouth 3-2 Tuesday in Game 3, posted a 5-2 win Thursday in Game 5 and defeated the club 4-2 Saturday in Game 6 of the OHL Playoffs second round series, moving the club to the next round. Unice has appeared in 12 regular-season games for Windsor (57-10-1), logging 674 minutes, a 2.67 GAA and a .908 SV%. He has appeared in three playoff games, recording a 3.15 GAA and a .895 SV% in 114:00.



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