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10-23-2012, 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Ryker View Post
What would be considered good stats for a goalie and an offensive defensman in college hockey? You don't see PPG as high as in the CHL, right? What about goalies? I'm seeing a lot of > .910 in last year's stats, but with so many different leagues and teams, I'm not sure how team or league dependent that is.
Depends on the team and system really. With Stolarz, he's a 18/19 year old goalie playing college hockey. I wouldn't put too much stock into his numbers this season. But judging by past numbers of goalies at the school, I would say anything north of .900 would be the benchmark for him.

A college defenseman also depends on the system and quality of players around him. I would say 30-35 points from him would be pretty good over the course of a 40(ish) game season. But in reality, as long as he is progressing from last year (and it definitely sounds like he is), that's what really matters.

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