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08-15-2010, 11:04 AM
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cchlpowerplay
 
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Originally Posted by cjfan View Post
For you to predict Zion as a leading scorer after a poor (13 point) season in the USHL,or are you factoring in the CJ's history of bloated point totals where every goal has 2 assist.
Agree about Zion, is he the same player?? It all depends on Zion getting some PP time with Laliberte or of course Jacob can move to wing where Zion plays in the middle of the top line?? If this happens Zion will of course benefit and be up there for sure. Jacob will win the scoring this year - he will get his ton of ice, regular shift, double shift, PP, PK - no doubt he can score! It will also be interesting if Tosunian can produce without Cross, we'll see if him and Milley can get it going. Based on last year you have to look at Creppin as well for sure and there will be some others (surprises) that emerge. Of course some of these notables can't do it by themselves, they're either snipers themselves or set-up men - many need to find a new linemate??

As for predictions - the top 4 PLK, Brockville, Cornwall and Gloucester makes sense with many top players (19-20 year olds) returning. I think the middle 4-5 is where the question mark is - Kemptville, Cumberland, Nepean, CP and Hawkesbury. Not really sure what they have? Kemptville has a new coach, Curley in nets is solid with some decent 20 year olds. What do the other teams have - the other 4 will fight for the last play-off spot IMO? I don't see OJS, Kanata or Smiths Falls in the hunt but who knows, it's a long year with injuries, trades and players stepping up...can't wait!!


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