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08-23-2012, 09:49 AM
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Predict top scorer this season:

Pick 2 guys you think have a chance to be the top scorer in the OHL this season. Im thinking Nick Cousins could be up there along with Monahan. We'll see though!

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08-23-2012, 10:38 AM
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Pick 2 guys you think have a chance to be the top scorer in the OHL this season. Im thinking Nick Cousins could be up there along with Monahan. We'll see though!
Seth Griffith and Toby Reider should be up there!

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I'll say Noesen and Reider.

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Rieder finnishes with 103 points and Rychle rate behind him with 98 Points and 47 Goals.

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Should be galchenyuk's to lose but he might still have some injury bugs and will lose time for the World Jr's

Easy picks would be Monahan, Faksa, Griffith and Trocheck. I also think Ryan Strome might have a good year, even with Niagara rebuilding and time lost to World Jr's. I think he might end up in London mid season where he might light it up

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hummm... the top scorer will be the guy with the most goals!!!

ok ok I'll say Max Domi, being with the Knights and all... and Tobias Rieder of the Rangers


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Easy picks would be Monahan, Faksa, Griffith and Trocheck. I also think Ryan Strome might have a good year, even with Niagara rebuilding and time lost to World Jr's. I think he might end up in London mid season where he might light it up
I was going to say Trocheck but didn't want to seem like a homer. Over his career he has had season point totals in the 40's, 60's, and 80's. At this pace is on course to be only the second Spirit player to score 100 pts in a season. (Anyone know the other?)

One can hope.

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08-23-2012, 10:25 PM
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At this pace is on course to be only the second Spirit player to score 100 pts in a season. (Anyone know the other?)

One can hope.
Jack Combs!

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Ward is correct.

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Ward is correct.
didnt jordan skellett come really close as well one year? 09-10?

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I believe Jordan had 88 points and was third in scoring behind Hall and Seguin.

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Monahan will get 85-95.

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08-27-2012, 05:17 PM
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Pick 2 guys you think have a chance to be the top scorer in the OHL this season. Im thinking Nick Cousins could be up there along with Monahan. We'll see though!
Lets see who is back from the NHL, especially if there is a lockout. Theoretically, I believe Seguin and skinner could be back (although lets face it, not gonna happen).

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Monahan will get 85-95.
i say less than 70 points.

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Griffith could hit 50 goals this year. I think close to 100 points is realistic. Domi should post over 80 points. Look for Broadhurst in London to fill the net quite a bit too.

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Schiefele if he plays, if not Griffith.

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09-03-2012, 07:21 PM
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Charlie Sarault (Sarnia) and Seth Griffith (London) should both be up there

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put me down for Griffith but I can see a few others giving him a run. Monahan and Reider come to mind

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monahan and noesen

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Put me down for mcdavid!

I know it's really unrealistic but wouldn't it be awesome if it happened?

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Griffith or scheiffle

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Alex Galchenyuk 105 +

Anaerobic fitness, peak power output: Sarnia forward Alex Galchenyuk -- who missed all but one regular-season game after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee in October -- showcased how well he was healed by leading this category(15.6watts/kg), which measures how explosive a skater he is. His high peak output could be the difference in gaining 2-3 strides on a defenseman on a breakaway. Kitchener forward Matia Marcantuoni and Muskegon center Matthew DeBlouw finished second, with Plymouth forward Thomas Wilson and Calnan rounding out the top five.


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09-06-2012, 08:40 AM
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Going with Tobias Rieder and Galchenyuk are two obvious choices, though its usually not the most obvious that do so.

Could be a number of talented players that have also been mentioned throughout this thread.

I say Ryan Murphy leads for defenceman, Dougie hamilton a close 2nd.

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