March North American Prospects Update.

The seasons are coming to a close and some Polish players are already in the playoffs. In our final to the last update for the season let us see how Polish players are finishing their years.

Alan Lyszczarczyk. Forward. Owen Sound Attack (OHL) 51 GP 16 Goals 16 Assists 31 Points

Lyszczarczyk had an amazing February. In 13 games, he had 5 goals and 5 assists. He also averaged 3.5 shots on net per game. This has been Lyszczarczyk’s best goal scoring reason in his OHL career. He has 8 more games to score one more goal to tie his season high set in 2015-16. He has also already passed his shot total and tied his point total from 2016-17 in 10 fewer games.

Filip Starzynski. Forward. Northern Michigan (NCAA) 35 GP 2 Goals 1 Assist 3 Points

Starzynski had his lowest offensive output in his NCAA career. Good defensive play and good in the faceoff circle, but there are concerns about his offensive abilities.

2015-16 – .17 ppg

2016-17 – .10 ppg

2017-18- .09 ppg

His regular season is over and begins playoff play today(March 2nd).

Mateusz Wawrzkiewicz. Forward. Tampa Bay Juniors (USPHL Elite) 31 GP 18 Goals 21 Assists 39 Points 

Wawrzkiewicz had a great finish to his season. In only 3 games he had 8 points. With his season over. I really hope Poland takes a long look at him for the U18s. On his team, he finished 3rd in points and 2nd in points per game. For players under the age of 17, he ranks 3rd in points and 1st in points per game.

Oskar Rzekanowski. Forward. Bradford Rattlers (GMHL) 41 GP 14 Goals 23 Assists 37 Points

Rzekanowski finished his second GMHL season with career highs in games played, goals, assists, points, and points per game. His production declined as the season went on, but has been dynamite in the playoffs with 8 points in 3 games. The Rattlers have moved on to the 2nd round, which started on March 1st.

Michal Wojciechowski. Defensemen. River East Royal Knights (MMJHL) 39 GP  1 Goal 2 Assists 3 Point.

He has two games left, on the worse team in the MMJHL. There is never much to say about him unfortunately due to the league. We will probably see him back at the u18s.


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