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NHL Recap | Week of March 14th

By RoughRiders Staff, 03/21/21, 10:00AM CDT


RoughRiders alumni have been making big impacts at the NHL level in the past week. Let's check in on some of their performances!


Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers

Provorov has been a force for the Flyers this season, leading the team in ice time at over 25 minutes per game. The defenseman scored his fourth goal of the season this past Monday in a 5-4 Win over the New York Rangers. The Flyers played four road games in the past week and will have four at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia this upcoming week. 

Alec Martinez - Vegas Golden Knights

Martinez has made a big impact in his first full season with the Golden Knights after coming over from the Los Angeles Kings at last year's trade deadline. Martinez is second on the team in ice time and has tallied three goals so far this season, including the Game-Winning goal this past Wednesday on St. Patrick's Day against the Sharks. The Knights won all three of their games in the past week and have won five straight overall. 

Adam Gaudette - Vancouver Canucks

Gaudette has been a regular in the Canucks lineup this season, with four goals in 31 games. Gaudette scored this past Friday in Montreal in a 3-2 Vancouver win. The Canucks won three of their four games this week. 

Ross Colton - Tampa Bay Lightning

Colton has already made a big impact in just six games so far in his NHL career. He scored the game-winning goal in Tampa Bay's win over Chicago on Thursday. The Lightning won three of their four games this week. 

Jack Ahcan - Boston Bruins

Ahcan made his NHL debut for the Bruins on Thursday in Buffalo. He logged 17:55 of ice time in a 4-1 Boston victory. The Bruins won two of their three games this week. 

Other Recent RoughRiders News:

Alex Stalock - Edmonton Oilers

On March 1st, the Oilers claimed Stalock off waivers from the Minnesota Wild. He joins Mike Smith and Mikko Koskinen on the Oilers goalie depth chart. 

Troy Grosenick - LA Kings 

Grosenick played in his first game of the season on March 10th against the Anaheim Ducks. He saved 33/34 shots in a Kings win.