Here are some notes and the latest statistics on Dallas Stars prospects playing in juniors, college and Europe.
Goaltender Jack Campbell continues to struggle early in the season with the Windsor Spitfires of the OHL. Campbell, getting his first start in the last three Windsor games, allowed four goals on 25 shots in a 4-1 loss to Plymouth. Campbell has allowed four goals or more in all seven of his starts. He is 2-5-0 on the season with a 4.85 goals against average and a .854 save percentage. “I don't know what issues he has,” Spitfires coach Bob Jones told the Windsor Star about Campbell’s struggles.
Reilly Smith and Curtis McKenzie both scored goals as Miami University beat St. Cloud State 6-3 Friday. Smith now has two goals in three games this season. McKenzie’s goal was his first of the season.
After serving a two-game suspension for violating team rules, Alex Chiasson played his first game for Boston University over the weekend. He picked up an assist and was a plus-one in BU’s 2-2 tie with Massachusetts.
Forward Alex Guptill scored his first goals of the season, notching two in Waterloo’s (USHL) 6-4 loss to Dubuque on Saturday.
Defenseman John Klingberg is back with his junior team in Sweden. Klingberg played eight games with Frolunda in the Swedish Elite League, picking up two assists in eight games. In six junior games he has nine points (one goal, eight assists). Klingberg will be heading to the United States in a couple of weeks with Sweden’s Under-20 team to play a series of games against U.S. colleges from November 1-6. Sweden will play games against Harvard, Merrimack College, Williams College and UMass-Amherst.
Statistics for Dallas Stars prospects playing in juniors, college and Europe. Stats are through Monday October 18.