The Oilers Prospect Report: Petrov continues to impress in North Bay

Photo credit:Tom_Martineau
Liam Horrobin
2 years ago
It has been an oddly quiet week in the Edmonton Oilers prospect world. 
The Bakersfield Condors didn’t play at all this week. They are back in action this weekend against the Ontario Reign and San Diego Gulls. Of course, we’ve watched a few of the Condors play a role for the Oilers recently. Philip Broberg and William Laggesson were both called up with multiple injuries on the Edmonton blueline. 
On Saturday night, Broberg got his first NHL point with a secondary assist on Connor McDavid’s opening goal against the Chicago Blackhawks. With the injuries, the former 8th overall pick’s minutes have increased each game, and he is now averaging around 18 minutes a night. 
Let’s take a look at what everyone else did: 

Matvey Petrov has another dominant week

Matvey Petrov was the highest-scoring Oilers prospect with three goals and six points for the North Bay Battalion. It started last Friday with a goal and an assist against Tyler Tullio’s Oshawa Generals. His goal was an empty netter, but his assist came on the game-winning goal after delivering a nice pass from behind the net. His following two goals came against Niagara, with the first being a quick shot off the faceoff to open the scoring on the night. His second was a nice tip in front from a cross-crease pass. Overall, Petrov continues to impress and is putting himself on the radar for Team Russia. 

Max Wanner scores his first junior goal

Max Wanner found the back of the net for his first WHL goal against the Prince Albert Raiders last night. The goal ended a seven-game pointless streak for the Moose Jaw Warriors defenceman, but in his defence, Wanner is not known for his offensive capabilities. The Oilers drafted him in the seventh round of last year’s draft. He’s a 6’3 defenceman in the Western Hockey League with good skating abilities and notable size. We will see how he develops over time, but congratulations to him on scoring his first junior hockey goal. 

Savoie continues his reign of terror

One player who scores more often than not is St Albert’s very own Carter Savoie. It’s automatic that he finds his name on this report. This time, Savoie scored his team-leading eighth goal of the season against Miami (Ohio) University for his fifth goal in his last four games. The next night, he grabbed an assist to take his points tally to 19 and is one away from his total last year. 
Games PlayedGoalsAssistsPoints
Cooper MarodyBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason136713
Last 7 days3303
Dmitri SamorukovBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason9101
84th overall, 2017Last 7 days0000
Dylan HollowayBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason0000
14th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Filip BerglundBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason11022
91st overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
Graham McPheeBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason10213
149th overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
James HamblinBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason13336
Last 7 days0000
Markus NiemelainenBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason13123
63rd overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
Michael KesselringBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason10112
162nd overall, 2018Last 7 days0000
Ostap SafinBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason8000
115th overall, 2017Last 7 days0000
Philip BrobergBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason1301010
8th overall, 2019Last 7 days0000
Philip KempBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason7011
208th overall, 2017Last 7 days0000
Raphael LavoieBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason13033
38th overall, 2019Last 7 days0000
Ryan McLeodBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason7145
40th overall, 2018Last 7 days0000
Tim SoderlundBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason1000
Last 7 days0000
Vincent DesharnaisBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason13134
183rd overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
William LagessonBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason11022
91st overall, 2014Last 7 days0000
Games PlayedGAASV %
Ilya KonovalovBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason63.110.867
85th overall, 2019Last 7 days000
Olivier RodrigueBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason63.410.853
62nd overall, 2018Last 7 days000
Games PlayedGoalsAssistsPoints
Maxim BerezkinLokomotiv Yaroslav (KHL)ForwardSeason24112
138th overall, 2020Last 7 days2101
Maxim DenezhkinLada Togliatti (VHL)ForwardSeason2681321
193rd overall, 2019Last 7 days3202
Jeremias LindewallModo Hockey (Sweden)ForwardSeason17033
200th overall, 2020Last 7 days3000
Aapeli RäsänenKalPa (Liiga)ForwardSeason2541923
153rd overall, 2016Last 7 days2022
Patrik SiikanenJVP (Liiga)ForwardSeason19538
195th overall, 2018Last 7 days0000
Skyler Brind’ AmourQuinnipiac UnivForwardSeason12134
177th overall, 2017Last 7 days2000
Filip EngarasUniversity of New HampshireForwardSeason13336
169th overall, 2020Last 7 days2000
Tomas MazuraProvidence CollegeForwardSeason6101
162nd overall, 2019Last 7 days2000
Luca MunzenbergerUniversity of VermontDefenceSeason10022
90th overall, 2021Last 7 days2000
Carter SavoieUniversity of DenverForwardSeason1211718
100th overall, 2020Last 7 days2112
Matvey PetrovNorth Bay BattalionForwardSeason19151227
180th overall, 2021Last 7 days3336
Tyler TullioOshawa GeneralsForwardSeason1762026
126th overall, 2020Last 7 days2112
Xavier BourgaultShawinigan CataractesForwardSeason18161531
22nd overall, 2021Last 7 days2101
Shane LachanceYoungstown PhantomsForwardSeason16123
186th overall, 2021Last 7 days2011
Jake ChiassonBrandon Wheat KingsForwardSeason0000
116th overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Max WannerMoose Jaw WarriorsDefenceSeason19145
212th overall, 2021Last 7 days3101

Check out these posts...