Saturday, June 01, 2019

Power forward added for 2019-20; more from the NHL Combine UPDATED

Terriers have received a commitment next season from 20-year-old AJHL Drumheller right-shot power forward Markus Boguslavsky. The 6’1” 190 lb. Calgary native captained the Dragons last season and scored 32 points (16G,16A) in 57 games, while leading the team in penalty minutes with 117. A ’99 birthdate, he added four points in five playoff games. Boguslavsky, whose father is from Ukraine and whose mother is Australian, was named to the AJHL 2018-19 All-Academic Team.

Following the 2017-18 season when he scored 33 points for the Dragons, Boguslavsky was drafted by USHL Dubuque and attended the Fighting Saints’ camp last summer. Previously, he played Bantam and Midget Hockey with the Calgary Flames organization and was selected in the 2014 WHL Draft by the Calgary Hitmen.
Elite Prospects Page 

● Drumheller Dragons news release and bio 
● Dubuque camp profile video  

Neutral Zone's comment on recent 2021 recruit Artem Shlaine, a high-scoring forward from Shattuck St. Mary who will play for USHL Sioux Falls next season:
From the NHL Scouting Combine 
 ● Day Five report

Top underrated prospect
Robert Mastrosimone, No. 53 in NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of North American skaters, focused on minor details to become a major threat for Chicago of the United States Hockey League this season.

The 5-foot-10, 158-pound left wing, who had 16 goals in 60 games as a USHL rookie in 2017-18, had 60 points (31 goals, 29 assists), 20 power-play points (seven goals, 13 assists) and two shorthanded goals in 54 regular-season games this season. He led Chicago with 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 11 USHL playoff games.

"I think this year I became more of a shooter," said Mastrosimone, who will play at Boston University in the fall. "I worked on my release in the summer, getting it off in tight areas. I also had guys I could play with who knew how to dish the puck. Nicholas Abruzzese (51 assists, No. 122 in Central Scouting's final ranking of North American skaters) made my game easy; he gave me tap-ins on some of my goals."

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