Wouldn't surprise me if he finished first and by a mile or two. Didn't Frederic Bouchard finish in the top 5 a couple years ago? If Bouchard can do it, Bergeron will have no problem doing it.
I don't follow the LNAH much but i know that the league is mostly led but a bunch of NHL/AHL "rejects" (no offence) and guys who played in the Q but never made it to the pros. The caliber ain't THAT bad but it's called semi pro for a reason. Anyone who can still play regularly in the NHL shouldn't have much of a problem with racking up points.
Any player who plays in the NHL - even the worst fourth liner - would look like Lemieux in a semi-pro league. You got to be very, very good to even get a sniff at the NHL.
No, think of enforcers like Garrett Burnett ... anyway who cares honestly?
MAB could have a pretty interesting career like the Lebeau's brothers on a Swiss League. If he has to choose between 40 games in Zurich or 80 games in a midsize american town such as Lowell or Indianapolis with an AHL contract, the answer should be easy.