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03-30-2013, 12:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ULF_55 View Post
Leafs had a lot of veterans on the Marlies this year, and for the most part (outside of Kadri and Gardiner) they lead the team offensively.
not really, other than Hamilton who has lead the charge, the Marlies get scoring from everyone and lately our prospects have been great. In the month of March alone the Marlies won 9 and lost 5.
Hamilton tore it up with 7g 5a for 12points while only playing 8 games.
Zigomanis has finally pulled his head out of his ass after sucking all year and put up 10 points (2g,8a) in 14 games.
Scott is next with 10 points (5g,5a) in 14 games but again he hasn't been producing all year.
Then it's Colborne with 9 points (4g,5a) in 14 games. he's been fantastic since the lockout ended and has 30 points in his last 35 games.
D'Amigo also with 9 points (7g,2a) in 14 games. has 15goals on the year to match his output from last year in 15 less games.
McKegg also with 9 points (1g,8a) in 14 games. he's put up 9 of his 18 points in the month of March
Ryan has 7 points (3g,4a), then Ross has 6 points (5g,1a), Abbott 6 points (4g,2a), Gardiner 6 points (6a but only 8gp), Connolly and Yeo are the next vets on the list with 4 points each in March.

So the Marlies went 9-5 in March while getting solid production out of our prospects and a few vets. they went something like 5-8 in February but i haven't gone through those stats. my point is, it hasn't been the vets leading the charge, it's been mostly our prospects since the lockout ended. In the first half of the season it was Kadri and Aucoin ripping it up along with the Marlies superb backend (most of which went to play in the NHL). Give the prospects a little credit

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