Four players from last season’s roster have continued their careers across the globe, so let’s check in on them to see how they have performed in the past two weeks.

Firstly, in America’s East Coast Hockey League, Anthony Beauregard has continued to lead the league’s point scoring charts with Wichita Thunder.

The Canadian center now has 57 points in 51 appearances this season and over the last two weeks, his team have found mixed form.

On April 9, the Thunder were 5-4 winners against Utah Grizzlies, with Beauregard assisting on one goal.

In the second match of a home triple header against the Grizzlies, Wichita won 1-0 on April 10 before losing 2-1 on April 11, with the former Star collecting another assist in the latter.

The Thunder then suffered a second straight loss as they were shutout 3-0 by Tulsa Oilers last Friday, before they bounced back with a 3-2 overtime win on the Saturday, in which Anthony set-up one goal and scored two more, including the overtime winner.

In their third game in three nights against the Oilers, Wichita were 4-3 losers on Sunday but Beauregard still provided a goal and assist on the night.

However, he was supressed on Wednesday evening in his side’s 4-1 win over Allen Americans.



Over in Europe, Drydn Dow and HK Spisska Nova Ves celebrated their success of winning the Slovakian2 League Playoff Championship.

Over the last fortnight they began their final playoff series against VLCI Zilina and in the best of seven matchup, Spisska took a 2-0 series lead with two victories on the road and Dow collected two assists across both games.

However, they slipped up in Game 3 and allowed Zilina a 5-1 win away from home before recovering to win Game 4 1-0.

That then setup a must-win match for Zilina in Game 5 but after a closely fought out contest, Spisska prevailed 4-3 after penalty shots.

Their dramatic shootout win sealed the playoff championship and promotion back to Slovakia’s first tier.

In his 36 games with the club, Drydn scored 3 goals and assisted on 13 more.



Whereas in Romania, when we left off last week, Justin Maylan had finally made his playoff debut for SC Csikzereda and it was in Game 5 of the Erste League Playoff Final.

On April 6, the Canadian forward assisted on one goal in a 4-2 road win and his side were on course to win the Erste League Playoff Championship on April 8.

Maylan did play again in Game 6 and helped his team to a 5-3 win which clinched the trophy for Csikzereda

Over the course of this season, Justin iced in 34 games, scored 7 goals and assisted on a further 36.



Finally, over in Sweden, defenseman Shawn Boutin’s time in Boras has ended, now that the HockeyEttan season is over.

Boutin signed on with the Swedish third tier team in February and made a total of 12 appearances, 6 in the league and 6 in the relegation playoffs, where he collected 3 assists as Boras were relegated.

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