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Eetu Luostarinen continues to shine in Finland

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Eetu Luostarinen continues to light it up in Finland’s Liiga. Luostarinen scored his fourth goal of the season and set up two others in KalPa’s 3-2 win over Ilves. The 22-year-old leads his team in scoring with 11 points in 8 games.

Antgon Lundell logged 20:17 of ice time and finished with an even rating in HIFK’s 4-3 over TPS. Lundell is third on the club in scoring with ten points, including a team-leading eight goals.

Santtu Kinnunen logged 14:49 TOI and finished with an even rating in Tappara’s 3-2 win over KooKoo. Kinnunen, a seventh-rounder in 2018, has appeared in ten games with Tappara and produced three assists.

KHL

Prospect defensman Vladislav Kolyachonok logged 17 minutes of ice time and finished with two shots on goal in Dinamo Minsk’s 6-3 loss to Torpedo in Friday action from the KHL. The 19-year-old registered one hit and a -1 rating while making his 18th appearance of the season. He has produced one goal and two assists for Dinamo so far.

Juho Lammikko, currently on Florida’s reserve list, had two shots on goal and won 14 of 22 face-offs in Metallurg’s 4-1 loss to Salavat Yulaev. Lammikko logged 15:49 TOI, blocked a shot and finished the game with a -1 rating. Maxim Mamim, also a Cats reserve, logged 18:42 and had one shot on goal for CSKA while posting an even rating.

On Thursday, restricted free agent defenseman Emil Djuse drew one assist in Spartak Moscow’s 3-2 overtime loss to Dynamo Moscow. Djuse logged 21:57 TOI, registered two shots on goal, blocked four shots and finished the game with an even rating. Djuse has put up an impressive 13 points in 18 games with Spartak.