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FHL Final Regular Season Leaders

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  • barrie_icedogs
    Following are the Leading Point getters through the completion of the FHL Regular Season. FORWARDS: 1. Jarome Iginla, Nordiques... 58 pts. 2.
    Message 1 of 614 , Feb 1, 2002
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      Following are the Leading Point getters through
      the completion of the FHL Regular Season.
      <br><br>FORWARDS: <br>1. Jarome Iginla, Nordiques... 58 pts.<br>2.
      Markus Naslund, Cyclones... 58 pts.<br>3. Joe Thonton,
      Ice Dogs... 56 pts.<br>4. Pavol Demitra, Habs... 55
      pts.<br>5. Keith Tkachuk, Hitmen... 55 pts.<br>6. Jeremy
      Roenick, Rage... 53 pts.<br>7. Brendan Shanahan,
      Nordiques... 52 pts.<br>8. Alexei Yashin, Ice Dogs... 52
      pts.<br>9. Ron Francis, Nordiques... 51 pts.<br>10. Joe
      Sakic, Hitmen... 51 pts.<br>11. Mats Sundin,
      Battalion... 51 pts.<br>12. Eric Daze, Cyclones... 50
      pts.<br>13. Sami Kapanen, Nordiques... 50 pts.<br>14. Alex
      Zhamnov, Battalion... 50 pts.<br><br>DEFENSEMEN:<br>1.
      Sergei Gonchar, Hitmen... 59 pts.<br>2. Rob Blake, Ice
      Dogs... 52 pts.<br>3. Kim Johnsson, Battalion... 44
      pts.<br>4. Al MacInnis, Hitmen... 44 pts.<br>5. Brian
      Leetch, Storm... 43 pts.<br>6. Ed Jovanovski, Ice Dogs...
      42 pts.<br>7. Brian Rafalski, Rage... 40 pts.<br>8.
      Phil Housley, Nordiques... 39 pts. <br>9. Nicklas
      Lidstrom, Storm... 39 pts.<br>10. Chris Pronger, Wild
      Action... 39 pts.<br>11. Andy Delmore, Icecats... 35
      pts.<br>12. Bryan McCabe, Ice Dogs... 35
      pts.<br><br>GOALTENDERS:<br>1. Jocelyn Thibault, Crunch... 78 pts.<br>2. Patrick
      Roy, Wild Action... 71 pts.<br>3. Dominik Hasek,
      Habs... 68 pts.<br>4. Curtis Joseph, Hitmen... 67
      pts.<br>5. Johan Hedberg, Hitmen... 62 pts.<br>6. Evgeni
      Nabokov, Crunch... 62 pts.<br>7. Tommy Salo, Battalion...
      61 pts.<br>8. Roman Turek, Nordiques... 61
      pts.<br>9. Nikolai Khabibulin, Ice Dogs... 60 pts.<br>10.
      Byron Dafoe, Battalion... 58 pts.<br>11. Martin
      Brodeur, Rage... 57 pts.<br>12. Dan Cloutier, Cyclones...
      56 pts.
    • barrie_icedogs
      MAPLE LEAF DIVISION FINAL #1 Canadian Hitmen (62-15-5, 129 pts.) vs. #2 Sandford Storm (42-36-4, 88 pts.) Game 1- Storm at Hitmen (Set P4, Mar.
      Message 614 of 614 , Mar 7, 2002
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        MAPLE LEAF DIVISION FINAL<br><br>#1 Canadian
        Hitmen (62-15-5, 129 pts.) vs. #2 Sandford Storm
        (42-36-4, 88 pts.)<br><br>Game 1- Storm at Hitmen (Set P4,
        Mar. 7- Mar. 12) <br>Game 2- Hitmen at Storm (Set P5,
        Mar. 13- Mar. 19)<br>Game 3- Storm at Hitmen (Set P6,
        Mar. 20- Mar. 25)<br><br>Career Playoff Records:
        <br>Sandford Storm (2-1-0)<br>Canadian Hitmen
        (10-2-0)<br><br>Head to Head this season: Hitmen (5 wins, 2 losses, 1
        tie); Storm (2 wins, 5 losses, 1 tie)<br><br>Key
        Injuries: Storm- Milan Hejduk (abdominal strain, 1 month).
        Hitmen- Curtis Joseph (hand, indefinate), Tkachuk (thigh,
        day-to-day)<br><br>McGuire's Notes: <br>When we break down the key round #1
        stats here are how things look...<br>Round #1 Period
        Totals (all 3 games):<br>Canadian Hitmen: 44+24+47= 115
        pts.<br>Sandford Storm: 37+19+55= 111 pts.<br><br>The Hitmen get a
        slight edge in offensive punch putting more points up in
        both the first & second periods through Round 1. The
        Storm look strong on D & G picking up the 2nd highest
        3rd period total of all playoff teams in round #1.
        Both teams have a great mix at all positions... if
        this series comes down to goaltending the Hitmen are
        in trouble. However the Hitmen didn't collect 129
        points by accident- great teams find other ways to win.
        <br><br>Pierre McGuire's Prediction: The former co-owners of
        last years champs go head to head... I like the Hitmen
        in a very close series 2 games to 1 with one OT
        game.<br><br><br>ICE DOG DIVISION FINAL<br><br>#3 Barrie Ice Dogs
        (42-35-5, 89 pts.) vs. #4 Victoria Harbour Habs (41-34-7,
        89 pts.) <br><br>Game 1- Habs at IceDogs (Set P4,
        Mar. 7- Mar. 12) <br>Game 2- IceDogs at Habs (Set P5,
        Mar. 13- Mar. 19)<br>Game 3- Habs at IceDogs (Set P6,
        Mar. 20- Mar. 25)<br><br>Career Playoff Records:
        <br>Barrie Ice Dogs (39-15-3)<br>Victoria Harbour Habs
        (5-4-0)<br><br>Head to Head this season: Ice Dogs (4 wins, 2 losses,
        2 ties), Habs (2 wins, 4 losses. 2 ties)<br><br>Key
        Injuries: Ice Dogs- Doug Weight (Knee, indefinate), Keith
        Primeau (ribs, day-to-day); Habs- Frantisek Kaberle
        (Unknown, day-to-day).<br><br>McGuire's Notes: <br>When we
        break down the key round #1 stats here are how things
        look...<br>Round #1 Period Totals (all 3 games):<br>Barrie Ice
        Dogs: 32+21+42= 95 pts.<br>Victoria Harbour Habs:
        39+25+58= 122 pts.<br><br>The Habs took command of round #1
        putting up huge numbers in every period and disposed of
        the Battalion quickly. Those numbers were best of all
        playoff teams. Dominik Hasek dominated with 21 pts in
        round 1, while surprise ex-icedog Robert Svehla was
        anong leading "D" with 13 pts. The Dogs have key injury
        with Weight out & questionable goaltending. The Dog
        "D" is superior- but will that be enough? I don't
        think so... the forwards will need to step up to the
        plate!<br><br>Pierre McGuire's Prediction: Both these teams knocked
        off the higher ranked playoff opponent in round #1. I
        still think the Habs "D" is weak but they make up for
        it in other areas... I will go with the upset here &
        take the Habs 2 games to 1.
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