Oilers Prospect Report: Lavoie finds offensive game in Bakersfield

Liam Horrobin
1 year ago
Not a ton has happened in the last week, so we’ll keep the intro short and sweet. However, quickly before you dive into the prospect report, the World Juniors are right around the corner, so stay locked in on OilersNation to stay updated with Team Canada and the Oilers prospects involved. 
Now, let’s begin:

Petrov Continues To Prove Russia Wrong

Remarkably, Matvey Petrov isn’t on Team Russia for the World Juniors. The Russians opted to take zero players playing in North America, including Petrov. 
He continued to prove that he was worthy of a spot adding four more points to his already impressive totals. Four of those points came in one night in a 7-6 loss versus Niagara. Offensively, Petrov couldn’t do much more to help win. His three assists were all great passes, and he grabbed the fourth goal to tie the game up. He had one assist in a 2-1 loss against Mississauga the next night.
Petrov has 20 goals and 49 points in 29 games for North Bay and is now third in the OHL scoring race. 

Tullio Finds His Scoring Touch

Petrov wasn’t the only Oilers prospect out to prove his national team wrong. Tyler Tullio was snubbed from the Team Canada selection camp, removing any chance of making the World Juniors roster. 
He answered the critics with seven points in two games, including a hat trick against the Ottawa 67s. Tullio hasn’t scored much this season, with only nine goals before his hat trick. He finished with 27 in the 2019-20 season, so perhaps this could be the start of returning to that scoring form. The next night, the Oshawa forward finished with a goal and three primary assists versus the Peterborough Petes. 
Tullio now has 12 goals and 38 points in 26 games for Oshawa. 

Bakersfield Condors Update

Raphael Lavoie finally had a breakout game offensively. The Oilers 2nd round pick from 2019 had struggled to produce with only three assists in 18 games. That changed on Friday night when he scored two goals and finished with five points in a 5-1 win versus the San Diego Gulls. 
One of those goals he assisted on was Philip Broberg’s first in North America. The former first-rounder looked decent when he was with the Oilers, but Bakersfield is the best place for him to be right now. His numbers looked good with 11 points in 15 games with the Condors. 
Between the pipes, Ilya Konovalov is starting to figure it out. He was given the start against the Gulls and stopped 20 shots allowing only one goal. In his last five games, Konovalov has a 0.946 SV%. His overall save percentage is now .900, and his goals-against is 2.48. 
Games PlayedGoalsAssistsPoints
Cooper MarodyBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason186915
Last 7 days0000
Dmitri SamorukovBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason15123
84th overall, 2017Last 7 days1000
Dylan HollowayBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason0000
14th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Filip BerglundBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason17022
91st overall, 2016Last 7 days2000
Graham McPheeBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason16213
149th overall, 2016Last 7 days1000
James HamblinBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason15325
Last 7 days0000
Markus NiemelainenBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason14123
63rd overall, 2016Last 7 days0000
Michael KesselringBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason12123
162nd overall, 2018Last 7 days1011
Ostap SafinBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason14101
115th overall, 2017Last 7 days2000
Philip BrobergBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason1511011
8th overall, 2019Last 7 days1101
Philip KempBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason13022
208th overall, 2017Last 7 days1000
Raphael LavoieBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason19268
38th overall, 2019Last 7 days1235
Ryan McLeodBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason7145
40th overall, 2018Last 7 days0000
Tim SoderlundBakersfield CondorsForwardSeason3000
Last 7 days1000
Vincent DesharnaisBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason19235
183rd overall, 2016Last 7 days1000
William LagessonBakersfield CondorsDefenceSeason11022
91st overall, 2014Last 7 days0000
Games PlayedGAASV %
Ilya KonovalovBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason102.480.9
85th overall, 2019Last 7 days110.952
Olivier RodrigueBakersfield CondorsGoaltenderSeason93.490.869
62nd overall, 2018Last 7 days000
Games PlayedGoalsAssistsPoints
Maxim BeryozkinLokomotiv Yaroslav (KHL)ForwardSeason29112
138th overall, 2020Last 7 days1000
Maxim DenezhkinLada Togliatti (VHL)ForwardSeason3581523
193rd overall, 2019Last 7 days2000
Jeremias LindewallModo Hockey (Sweden)ForwardSeason26033
200th overall, 2020Last 7 days2000
Aapeli RäsänenKalPa (Liiga)ForwardSeason3351217
153rd overall, 2016Last 7 days1000
Patrik SiikanenJVP (Liiga)ForwardSeason226410
195th overall, 2018Last 7 days2112
Skyler Brind’ AmourQuinnipiac UnivForwardSeason17156
177th overall, 2017Last 7 days0000
Filip EngarasUniversity of New HampshireForwardSeason17448
169th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Tomas MazuraProvidence CollegeForwardSeason8112
162nd overall, 2019Last 7 days0011
Luca MunzenbergerUniversity of VermontDefenceSeason15022
90th overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Carter SavoieUniversity of DenverForwardSeason16121022
100th overall, 2020Last 7 days0000
Matvey PetrovNorth Bay BattalionForwardSeason29202949
180th overall, 2021Last 7 days2145
Tyler TullioOshawa GeneralsForwardSeason26122638
126th overall, 2020Last 7 days2437
Xavier BourgaultShawinigan CataractesForwardSeason24222042
22nd overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Shane LachanceYoungstown PhantomsForwardSeason23134
186th overall, 2021Last 7 days1000
Jake ChiassonBrandon Wheat KingsForwardSeason0000
116th overall, 2021Last 7 days0000
Max WannerMoose Jaw WarriorsDefenceSeason31189
212th overall, 2021Last 7 days2022

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