Just a quick update on how some prospects are doing in the AHL playoffs thus far:
After scoring 15 goals in 76 regular season games, Toronto’s Jerry D’Amigo has six in five playoff games. D’Amigo is a good prospect, but doesn’t project to be a big scorer at the NHL level. His six goals have come on just 15 shots, a shooting percentage nearly impossible to sustain. A good run for D’Amigo nonetheless… Also in the Top Ten in scoring for the playoffs is Norfolk’s Alex Killorn. Killorn joined the Admirals following his senior season at Harvard, and tallied six points in ten games, after a 46-point total for his college team. He is second on the team in playoff scoring with seven points in five games… Kings’ prospect Linden Vey is enjoying a bit of a coming out in the playoffs, with six points in four games following rookie season totals of 19 goals and 41 points in 74 games for the Monarchs. The 20-year-old former 4th-round pick had a phenomenal final year of junior hockey, when he tallied 116 points for Medicine Hat.