ProHawks: Schilling earns first NHL point

It took Cameron Schilling until after his 30th birthday, but the Winnipeg defenseman finally earned his first NHL point.

Cameron Schilling (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

First called up in 2012-13 with Washington, Schilling was playing in his 10th NHL game and his fourth with the Jets.

Schilling picked up the secondary assist on a Nikolaj Ehlers goal early in the second period that put Winnipeg ahead for good, 3-2 on Tuesday.

Schilling became the 28th player in Miami history to record a point in the NHL.

BoB takes a look at other Miamians making news in pro hockey:

Chris Wideman (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

NHL: Chris Wideman was traded from Ottawa to Edmonton on Nov. 22.

In two games since being moved, Wideman has one assist for his sixth point of the season. This was his fourth season with the Senators.

— Thanks to a seven-game stretch
from Nov. 18-29 that saw Reilly Smith rack up nine assists, the Vegas forward now leads the team in helpers with 13.

Smith has already eclipsed the career 100-goal, 150-assist and 250-point marks this season and is just 39 games of 500.

— Los Angeles defenseman Alec Martinez has scored in back-to-back games, including a game winner vs. Carolina on Dec. 2.

Austin Czarnik (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

Martinez has 10 points on the season, and his marker vs. Arizona on Dec. 4 was the 60th of his NHL career.

— Calgary’s Austin Czarnik accomplished somewhat of a rare feat by scoring the ninth and final goal in the Flames’ 9-6 win at Columbus on Tuesday.

Blake Coleman (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

— New Jersey’s Blake Coleman is tied for fourth in the NHL with two shorthanded goals.

Coleman’s second SHG came on Nov. 26 at Florida.

Coleman has eight goals overall, tied for second on the Devils behind Kyle Palmeiri.

AHL: Carter Camper picked up his 350th AHL point on Dec. 1 when the Grand Rapids forward registered a goal and an assist vs. San Antonio.

In 465 games in the league, Camper has scored 92 times and earned 258 helpers since 2010-11.

Riley Barber recorded a season-high three points in a win over Binghamton on Dec. 2.

Carter Camper (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

Barber is 8-10-18 through 20 games as he is on pace for the highest points-per-game rate of his career.

Anthony Louis leads Rockford with eight goals, including tallies in consecutive games vs. San Antonio and Chicago on Nov. 20 and 23.

ECHL: This is Alex Wideman’s fourth pro season, and he is on his best ECHL scoring pace.

The Cincinnati forward has 18 points in 18 games – 1.00 per – and his previous best being 0.91 with Indiana last season.

Wideman has already picked up his 100th career assist and 150th point this season.

Wideman teammate and fellow forward Justin Vaive posted a career-best 32 goals in 2017-18, and he has scored nine times in 22 games to start this campaign.

Alex Wideman (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

SPHL: Andrew Schmit has notched five assists in nine games since being reassigned to Pensacola.

Europe: Matthew Caito has scored 11 goals for Graz of EBEL this season, with three coming in a two-game span Nov. 4-13.

Matthew Caito (photo by Cathy Lachmann/BoB).

Caito has tallied 11 assists as well, leading the 99ers in defenseman goals, assists and points.

Andy Miele is tied for third in scoring on Nivhny Novgorod of the KHL with 20 points.

That includes a three-point game against Chelyabinsk in which he picked up back-to-back assists in the Torpedos’ comeback and recorded the clinched with one second remaining.

This is the first season a Miamian has played in the KHL since Randy Robitaille in 2013-14.

Stats for all former RedHawks playing hockey around the world:

2018-19 REGULAR SEASON

(updated 12/6/2018)

NHL
Skaters

Player Team Pos. GP G A Pts. +/– PIM
Reilly Smith Vegas Golden Knights F 29 4 13 17 -3 2
Blake Coleman New Jersey Devils F 26 8 7 15 3 14
Alec Martinez Los Angeles Kings D 28 3 7 10 -2 4
Kiefer Sherwood Anaheim Ducks F 29 2 5 7 4 6
Chris Wideman Edmonton Oilers D 21 2 4 6 -11 12
Jack Roslovic Winnipeg Jets F 26 2 4 6 -1 2
Austin Czarnik Calgary Flames F 18 2 3 5 -5 2
Andy Greene New Jersey Devils D 26 0 5 5 -2 8
Sean Kuraly Boston Bruins F 26 1 3 4 3 17
Cameron Schilling Winnipeg Jets D 4 0 1 1 0 0

AHL
Skaters

Player Team Pos. GP G A Pts. +/– PIM
Carter Camper Grand Rapids F 22 5 15 20 8 2
Riley Barber Hershey F 20 8 10 18 -5 51
Curtis McKenzie Texas F 23 4 12 16 1 39
Anthony Louis Rockford F 24 8 5 13 -1 6
Louie Belpedio Iowa F 23 1 5 6 9 27
Cameron Schilling Manitoba* D 15 0 6 6 2 12
Vincent LoVerde Toronto D 22 0 2 2 -2 8
Trevor Hamilton Grand Rapids F 5 0 0 0 -5 6
Trent Vogelhuber Cleveland F 0 0 0 0 0 0

ECHL
Skaters

Player Team Pos. GP G A Pts. +/– PIM
Alex Wideman Cincinnati F 18 4 14 18 11 8
Justin Vaive Cincinnati F 22 9 4 13 1 38
Scott Dornbrock Reading D 8 0 6 6 -1 0
Taylor Richart Utah D 20 2 2 4 4 6
Trevor Hamilton Toledo D 5 2 1 3 4 4
Jimmy Mullin Kalamazoo F 4 1 0 1 0 2
Andrew Schmit Atlanta* F 3 0 0 0 -1 7

SPHL
Skaters

Player Team Pos. GP G A Pts. +/– PIM
Andrew Schmit Pensacola F 9 0 5 5 -3 23
Max Cook Fayetteville F 7 1 2 3 -5 4

Europe
Skaters

Player Team Pos. GP G A Pts. +/– PIM
Matthew Caito Graz (EBEL) D 25 11 11 22 9 20
Andy Miele Nizhny Novgorod (KHL) F 35 8 12 20 -7 40
Kevin Morris Coventry (EIHL) F 22 5 11 16 4 41
Pat Cannone Inglestadt (DEL) F 24 3 12 15 -4 6
Marc Hagel Esbjerg (Denmark) F 20 3 8 11 -4 16
Ryan Jones Cologne (DEL) F 25 3 7 10 0 10
Tyler Biggs Nottingham (EIHL) F 24 4 5 9 -4 57
Chris Joyaux Coventry (EIHL) D 21 2 4 6 -1 21
Will Weber Fischtown (DEL) D 16 1 5 6 4 56
Colin Sullivan Chamonix-Morzine (France) D 20 1 5 6 1 16
Cody Murphy Bjorkloven (Allsvenskan) F 14 0 1 1 -6 8
Matt Tomassoni Bolzano (EBEL) F 0 0 0 0 0 0


Goalies

Player Team GP Min. W L GAA Sv% SHO
Jeff Zatkoff Straubing (DEL) 19 1,141 10 9 2.63 .906 1

EBEL (Erste Bank Eishockey Liga) – The top tier Austrian league which includes teams in Austrian, Croatia, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Italy.

KHL (Kontinental Hockey League) – The top tier Russian league which includes teams in Belarus, China, Finland, Latvia, Kazakhstan, and Slovakia.

DEL (Deutsche Eishockey Liga) – The German professional league with all of its teams in Germany.

EIHL (Elite Ice Hockey League) – The top tier league of the United Kingdom which includes teams in Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.

Allsvenskan – The second tier Swedish league.

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