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11-24-2012, 08:38 PM
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longballer
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Originally Posted by hurricane11 View Post
I agree i have seen a number of games in the Rideau- STL and would have to say Awkwesasne getting teams at the right time. Char- Lan's going through a slump and having seen Brockville- Westport the night before heard from their rinkrats that they have 5 guys out. I see the STL going like this
Casselman- Vets seem to be rolling again, Stingy Defence always keeps them in the game
Char-Lan- Young guys starting to feel the toll of Junior schedule
Winchester- Kirkwood's a great coach and will lead them back up the standings
Awkwesasne- skilled and speedy up front, D are aggressive but lack skill
Morrisburg- Lots of talent but seems too much like a frat house
Alexandria- too much inexperience

Rideau
Athens
Gananoque
Westport
Brockville
South Grenville


Since were almost at the halfway point any award predictions?
In the Rideau it looks like Athens, Gananoque and Westport will stay in the top three and all be contenders but in the St. Lawrence it seems to be that Cassleman and Winchester are the only real contenders in that division as the ship is sinking in CharLan and Morrisburg. CharLan has some very good younger players while Morrisburg has very talented overage players in their lineup. Brockville also has a team that works hard but no players that are difference makers. Alexandria and Akwesasne will be in a fight until the end for wins and a possible playoff spot.

For award predictions a couple for each award in no perticular order
Rideau:
MVP- Wyatt Cota, Dan Lacriox or Cameron Mcnutt
Best defenseman- Jay Waller or Danny Hincks
Rookie of the Year- Connor Merkley or Michael Mckenney
Scoring Champ- Wyatt Cota or Dan Lacroix

St. Lawrence:
MVP- Joel Adam, Chris Rutley or Aaron Dickenson
Best defenseman- Aaron Dickenson
Rookie of the Year- Jonathan Cyr or Ross Craig
Scoring Champ-Chris Rutley or Joel Adam

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