If the Admirals actually start to play well, he's as good a pick as any. They coasted through the first 1/8th of the season without really doing too much special and still managed to win all but a few games. If they start playing with fire and intensity (see last years playoffs), they'll score goals in bunches. The Ads are averaging 3.67 goals per game which is a little more than last year, but they haven't been consistent offensively. In 5 of their twelve games, they've been held to two goals or less for an average of 1.6 gpg in those 5. In their 7 other games, they've averaged well over 5 gpg.
I think players like Lehoux will calm down their scoring pace before it's all said and done. Will it be enough for Gamache to close the gap and pass, I doubt it. But I wouldn't count out Milwaukee. They are 9-1-1-1, but I think their best hockey is ahead of them (not necessarily with regards to W/L but just actual play).
my bet is one of these players will win the scoring title:
If I had to guess which one, I'd say Cammalleri.
Camm gets my vote as well. Although I think Brown is their best player.
The Monarchs probably have the best cast of young players in the League. They are likely to continue their dominance. And for those who think Lehoux can't keep it up, look at his Junior numbers. He seems ready to make a lasting impression on the Kings brass.