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Eagles in the Pros 1/9-1/15: Cam Atkinson Continues to Lead Columbus to Victory

Featuring more goals for Cam Atkinson, Steve Santini’s first NHL goal, and an assist for Thatcher Demko.

New York Rangers v Columbus Blue Jackets Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images

NHL

Cam Atkinson (Columbus Blue Jackets): Atkinson continues to impress and we continue to be mad that he didn’t make the All Star Game. He scored 2 goals last week, bringing his season total to 21. He is tied for third in the NHL in goals. He scored a wraparound against the Hurricanes and a one-timer against the Panthers.

Brian Boyle (Tampa Bay Lightning): Boyle recorded an assist in Tampa’s victory over Buffalo.

Patrick Eaves (Dallas Stars): Eaves scored the final goal in Dallas’ win over Detroit, earning his 15th of the season.

Johnny Gaudreau (Calgary Flames): Gaudreau set up Calgary’s only goal in the 2-1 loss to Edmonton.

Brian Gionta (Buffalo Sabres): Gionta scored in Buffalo’s 5-2 loss to Carolina. His goal was unassisted on the penalty kill.

Stephen Gionta (New York Islanders): Gionta was a healthy scratch last week.

Noah Hanifin (Carolina Hurricanes): Hanifin earned 2 helpers last week - 1 in a win over Columbus and the second in a victory over Buffalo.

Jimmy Hayes (Boston Bruins): Hayes was a healthy scratch last week.

Kevin Hayes (New York Rangers): Hayes assisted on 2 of the Rangers’ 4 goals in a 5-4 loss to Montreal.

Chris Kreider (New York Rangers): Kreider scored the Rangers’ first goal in their loss to Toronto. Kreider got knocked down in front of the net but was able to get up enough to backhand the puck into the net.

Mike Matheson (Florida Panthers): Matheson had 5 hits and 7 blocks over 4 games for the Panthers last week.

Brooks Orpik (Washington Capitals): Orpik had 4 SOG, 12 hits, and 8 blocks over 4 games last week. He also recorded an assist.

Steve Santini (New Jersey Devils): Santini scored his first career NHL goal in a loss to the Oilers. The puck deflected off his arm, but a goal is a goal.

Cory Schneider (New Jersey Devils): Schneider played in 2 losses and 1 win last week.

Ben Smith (Toronto Maple Leafs): Smith is out with an injury.

Miles Wood (New Jersey Devils): Wood had 8 SOG and 5 hits over 4 games last week.

AHL

Patrick Brown (Charlotte Checkers): Brown recorded a goal and an assist last week.

Paul Carey (Hershey Bears): Carey had a goal and 2 helpers in Hershey’s 6-4 victory over Lehigh Valley.

Tommy Cross (Providence Bruins): Cross assisted on the only goal in Providence’s 1-0 victory over Springfield.

Thatcher Demko (Utica Comets): Demko made 30 saves and recorded an assist in Utica’s 2-1 win over Syracuse. He has 2 assists so far this season.

Brian Gibbons (Albany Devils): Gibbons had 4 SOG over 3 games last week.

Adam Gilmour (Iowa Wild): Gilmour had 2 shots on goal over 2 games last week.

Ian McCoshen (Springfield Thunderbirds): McCoshen played in 2 of Springfield’s 3 games last week, notching 1 shot on goal and 1 fight.

John Muse (Rochester Americans): Muse started in 2 of Rochester’s 3 games last week, both losses.

Philip Samuelsson (St. John’s Ice Caps): Samuelsson had a shot on goal in both of St. John’s games last week.

Zach Sanford (Hershey Bears): Sanford had 4 SOG over 3 games last week.

Rob Scuderi (Ontario Reign): Scuderi set up Ontario’s GWG in a win over San Jose.

Alex Tuch (Iowa Wild): Tuch was out with an injury this week.

Joe Whitney (San Antonio Rampage): Whitney scored San Antonio’s only goal in a 2-1 loss to Iowa.

ECHL

Patch Alber (Adirondack Thunder): Alber had 2 assists last week, 1 in a win over Elmira and 1 in a loss to Manchester.

Teddy Doherty (Manchester Monarchs): Doherty had 2 assists in Manchester’s 7-6 win over Adirondack.

Travis Jeke (Elmira Jackals): Jeke did not play last week.

Parker Milner (South Carolina Stingrays): Milner started all 3 of South Carolina’s games last week, earning a win and 2 losses.

NWHL

Lexi Bender (Boston Pride): Bender had 1 SOG in Boston’s win over CT.

Blake Bolden (Boston Pride): Bolden had 2 SOG in Boston’s win over CT.

Alex Carpenter (Boston Pride): Carpenter had a goal and 2 assists in Boston’s 4-0 win over the Whale.

Emily Field (Boston Pride): Field had 2 SOG in Boston’s win over CT.

Kaliya Johnson (Connecticut Whale): The Whale were shutout by Boston last weekend.

Meagan Mangene (Connecticut Whale): The Whale were shutout by Boston last weekend.

Emily Pfalzer (Buffalo Beauts): Pfalzer had 2 SOG in Buffalo’s 3-0 loss to NY.

Haley Skarupa (Connecticut Whale): Skarupa had 9 SOG in CT’s 4-0 loss to Boston but was unable to convert.

Kelli Stack (Connecticut Whale): The Whale were shutout by Boston last weekend.

Dana Trivigno (Connecticut Whale): The Whale were shutout by Boston last weekend.

CWHL

Melissa Bizzari (Boston Blades): The Blades did not play last weekend.

Kristina Brown (Boston Blades): The Blades did not play last weekend.

Dru Burns (Boston Blades): The Blades did not play last weekend.

Meghan Grieves (Boston Blades): The Blades did not play last weekend.

Erin Kickham (Boston Blades): The Blades did not play last weekend.

Kate Leary (Boston Blades): The Blades did not play last weekend.

Europe

Barry Almeida (Coventry Blaze): Almeida continues to be an important addition to Coventry’s offense. He has 25 points in 21 games.

Nathan Gerbe (Geneve-Servette HC): Gerbe scored 2 goals to lead his team to a win over HC Fribourg. He also picked up a helper against HC Ambri-Piotta.

Tim Kunes (Stavanger Oilers): Kunes scored Stavanger’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Lillehammer. He has 27 points this season.

Pat Mullane (HC Karlovy Vary): Mullane has 5 goals and 11 assists this season and has played in 31 games.

Ryan Shannon (ZSC Lions): Shannon did not play last week.

Dave Spina (TPS): Spina had 1 assist in 3 games last week. Spina has 23 assists so far this season.

Cam Spiro (Gentofte): Spiro has 14 goals and 8 assists over 31 games this season.

SPHL

Brad Barone (Mississippi River Kings): Barone played in 2.5 games last week, all losses. He did make 30 saves in a 3-0 loss to Huntsville.

Brian Billett (Knoxville Ice Bears): Billet played twice last week, earning 2 wins and making an average of 25 saves per game.