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03-06-2013, 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Knights77 View Post
Understood. In that case, down to those two teams I'd say its a very tough choice....glad I don't have to make it!
Yes if it comes down to these 2 teams not an easy choice for a variety of
Another stat to consider which I guarantee the committee will look at is
Barrie this year so have scored 221 goals,graduating players Scheifele,Camara,
Oconnor,Beyers and Fawcette take 105 goals with them leaving 116 goals by
returning players
Windsor on the other hand has scored 194 goals so far this season,graduating
players Aleardi,Koko and E.Clark take only 35 goals with them leaving 159 goals
by returning players
Both teams have to add to their forward core top 6 and bottom 6,as both teams 3rd
lines have returning have scored 6 goals each
It should be noted re Barrie "s 3rd line,2 players will be 19 years of age,and the forward
18 years old,while in Windsor"s case 2 forwards from the 3rd line will be 18, and the other forward Verbeek will be 17
Both teams will have to add a goalie with experience,Windsor if they dont bring back
Pavelka as I expect would then have 2 O/A openings,while Barrie with Lepkwski,
Hall and Theoret included would have to acquire or sign a 19 year old tender
Possible goalies may include Murray from the SSm for both,Dagostini an O/A for Windsor,Patterson from London to Barrie,Dansk from Erie for both
This could get interesting
I could see Dansk for either team

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