Time: 10 a.m.
Where: AdventHealth Center Ice - Wesley Chapel, FL
Forwards: Eric Alarie (91), Karch Bachman (85), Henry Bowlby (41), Grigori Denisenko (14), Logan Hutsko (89), Anton Lundell (15), Justin Nachbaur (54), Serron Noel (18), Simon Pinard (78), Cole Schwindt (79), Justin Sourdif (24), Connor Trenholm (75) and Trevor Wong (84)
Defensemen: Frédéric Brunet (47), Robert Calisti (38), Max Gildon (88), Braden Haché (6), Matt Kiersted (8), Jacob LeGuerrier (36). John Ludvig (53) and Evan Nause (12)
Goaltenders: Spencer Knight (30), Olivier Adam (60) and Tye Austin (39)
Yesterday’s game: Hurricanes 3, Panthers 1
The Panthers prospects were outplayed by the Carolina Hurricanes, who converted twice on the power play to take a 3-1 decision in the first game of the tournament. Ryan Suzuki beat Spencer Knight with a one-timer and Justin Robidas lit the lamp with a wrister from the left circle during the second period. Stelio Mattheos deflected a shot home early in the third to put the Hurricanes up by three. The only Florida goal came with Knight, who unofficially faced 42 shots, pulled for an extra attacker late in the game. Defenseman Robert Calisti, an invite to development camp, found the back of the net from the high slot with Logan Hutsko getting the assist from below the goal line. Carolina prospect goaltender Eetu Makiniemi had a very strong game. Anton Lundell looked good for the Panthers. His best chance came when he hit the cross bar on a shorthanded opportunity in the opening frame.
Calisiti’s late goal
Cats pull their goaltender and Calisti scores!— Jameson Olive (@JamesonCoop) September 18, 2021
Nice feed from Hutsko to set it up. pic.twitter.com/rJlvieX4D7
A five-round shootout was held after the game, which the Panthers took 2-0. Justin Sourdif and Serron Noel scored for the Cats.