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  • SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #10

    Real_CloutierMario_LessardPierre_LaroucheJohn_Davidson

    CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S%
    Cloutier, Real CAP 4 4 4 8 0 1 8 50%
                       
    CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE %
    Lessard, Mario SCW 3 9 3.02 105 .921
                       
    WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S%
    Larouche, Pierre SYR 4 8 1 9 2 3 18 44%
                       
    WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE %
    Davidson, John BIL 3 7 2.33 89 .927

    Quebec City Le Blue
    Syracuse Bulldogs @ Quebec City Le Blue Bulldogs win!
    Vermont Foresters @ Quebec City Le Blue Foresters win!
    Weekly Summary: Quebec City can’t beat the good teams.

    CapJack Rangers
    Weekly Preview: CapJack hosts Saskatoon and Mackinac Island this week hoping to continue their recent winning ways
    Saskatoon Cyclone @ CapJack Rangers Rangers employed an aggressive start hoping that a good offense could act as a good defense. By 5 minutes into period 2 it was 4-1 Rangers – Cloutier netting 2 of those goals. Gretzky (26) put one in at 14 minute mark in period 2, but it was quickly answered so Shard’s 3rd period goal wasn’t enough – especially when Gare got his 2nd goal 10 minutes later. Final 6-3 CapJack.
    STARS (all CAP)
    1. Cloutier 2 goals
    2. Gare 2 goals
    3. Trottier 1 goal, 1 point (and he won 20 faceoffs)
    Mackinac Island Moose @ CapJack Rangers Well after getting past Gretzky and Saskatoon, the Rangers were flying pretty high. They then went out and scored 4 goals in the opening period of their encounter with the MOOSE. In between those 4 goals, Barber puts on in for Mackinac Island and period 1 ends 4-1 Rangers. Then the Moose roared (or snorted or whatever it is a Moose does – maybe a call – on a phone??). Barber gets his 2nd goal of the game in the 2nd and with it 4-2 and 6 minutes to go, Boutette scores, 4-3. Final minute and they pull the goalie and the home team fans groaned in unison as Zanussi steals on and puts the biscuit in the basket WITH ONE SECOND REMAINING IN THE GAME!!! UGH!!!!!! Game ends in a 4-4 tie.
    STARS:
    1. (MAC) Barber 2 goals
    2. (CAP) Shutt 1 goal, 1 assist
    3. (CAP) Douglas 1 goal
    Meloche got a notable with 30 saves, Trottier for 17 faceoffs won.
    But how can you not credit Zanussi who STOLE the game from the Rangers.
    Weekly Summary: 1-0-1 3 points, that beats 2, 1 or none. We’ll take it.

    Syracuse Bulldogs
    Weekly Preview: The Dogs play 3 tough teams.
    Pittsburgh Spirit @ Syracuse Bulldogs Pierre Larouche nets a hat trick as Syracuse doubles up Pitt 8-4.
    1. Larouche
    2. McAdam
    3. Young
    Charlestown Chiefs @ Syracuse Bulldogs An empty netter ties it up for the Chiefs 4-4.
    1. Larouche
    2. Paiement
    3. MacAdam
    Silk City Whales @ Syracuse Bulldogs 2 power play goals win it for Silk City 2-1.
    1. Brasar
    2. Lessard
    3. Beck
    Weekly Summary: Syracuse goes 1-1-1 on their homestand

    Silk City Whales
    Weekly Preview: Frustrated Whales hold team meeting and get ready to face visiting Philadelphia on fifty cent beer night.
    Philadelphia Firebirds @ Silk City Whales Pumped-up Whales come out strong and aggressively; Kehoe hat truck keys 6-2 win over the Firebirds. Teams battle for five fights, including multi-player brawl that sees goalies Lessard and Myre square off.

    1st Star – Rick Kehoe, SCW – 3G, 1A
    2nd Star – Marcel Dionne, PHI – 2G
    3rd Star – Bob Bourne, SCW – 2A

    Weekly Summary: Fired-up and boozed-up crowd spurs Whales to aggressive and impressive 6-2 win. Top line of Bourne/Sutter/Kehoe combine for nine points in win.

    Charlestown Chiefs
    Weekly Preview: Three home games this week – wise investors bought stock in Stroh’s.
    Brooklyn Harbor Rats @ Charlestown Chiefs If you like goals, you’d love this game. 14 total twines tickled! In the end it’s a Brooklyn 8-6 victory. Tremblay gets the hat trick in the loss for the Chiefs.

    Scoring Summary
    Per Time Str Team
    1 3:52 EV BRO Oddleifson (1), assisted by Ashby (2) and Hicks (16)
    1 9:30 EV BRO Hickey (15), assisted by Gustafsson (18) and Mahovlich (31)
    1 12:28 PP BRO Gartner (17), assisted by Mahovlich (32) and Smith (19)
    2 :20 SH CHA Tremblay (7), unassisted
    2 6:54 SH CHA Bourque (5), unassisted
    2 9:00 EV BRO Lewis (4), assisted by Smith (20) and Gartner (16)
    2 10:34 PP CHA Gardner (9), assisted by Linseman (25)
    2 11:28 EV CHA Tremblay (8), assisted by Kerr (1) and Ruskowski (12)
    2 16:15 EV BRO McAdam (9), assisted by Valiquette (15) and Miller (10)
    2 17:36 EV BRO Hickey (16), assisted by Hicks (17) and Mahovlich (33)
    3 4:57 EV CHA Tremblay (9), assisted by McEwen (21) and Ruskowski (13)
    3 6:33 EV CHA Faubert (2), assisted by Linseman (26)
    3 13:45 EV BRO Gustafsson (8), assisted by Mahovlich (34)
    3 19:22 EN BRO Ashby (6), assisted by McCarthy (17)

    tar 1: CHA Tremblay 3 G
    Star 2: BRO Hickey 2 G
    Star 3: BRO Gartner 1 G, 2 Pts

    GWG: Bengt-Ake Gustafsson

    Notables: BRO Mahovlich 4 assists
    CHA M.Tremblay hat trick, Ruskowski 15 faceoffs won

    Quebec City Le Blue @ Charlestown Chiefs After giving up 8 goals, Charlestown cuts that deficit in half, but ends up with the 4-4 tie. Gardner gets a pair of goals in the effort for the Chiefs.

    Scoring Summary
    Per Time Str Team
    1 :26 EV CHA Paiement (10), assisted by Linseman (27) and Boschman (16)
    1 4:52 EV QUE Smith (3), unassisted
    1 6:18 EV CHA Gardner (10), assisted by Kallur (2) and Maxwell (13)
    1 9:50 EV QUE Weir (11), assisted by Nedomansky (14) and Ogrodnick (21)
    2 6:01 EV QUE Howe (9), unassisted
    2 17:15 PP QUE Ratelle (16), assisted by Goulet (19) and Bouchard (8)
    3 :50 PP CHA Gardner (11), assisted by Bourque (18) and Linseman (28)
    3 4:58 EV CHA Kallur (9), assisted by McEwen (22)

    Star 1: CHA Gardner 2 G
    Star 2: CHA Kallur 1 G, 2 Pts
    Star 3: QUE Smith 1 G

    Notables: QUE None
    CHA Ruskowski 12 PIM

    Chicago Underground @ Charlestown Chiefs There’s a promising trend here – the defensive play of the Chiefs improved each game. But their goal output followed the opposite trend. As a result, it’s another tie: 1-1. Chicago scores a PP goal at 18:46 of the 3rd to break the hearts of the Charlestown faithful who thought they were finally going to witness a victory. But at least they’re used to disappointment.

    Scoring Summary
    Per Time Str Team
    1 7:28 PP CHA McEwen (6), assisted by McDonald (16) and Boschman (17)
    3 18:46 PP CHI Mondou (20), assisted by Bossy (26)

    Star 1: CHA Rutherford 30 saves
    Star 2: CHA McEwen 1 G
    Star 3: CHI Mondou 1 G

    Notables: CHI McNab 16 faceoffs won
    CHA Ruskowski 15 PIM, Rutherford 30 saves

    Weekly Summary: Three games at home, 2 lousy points.

    Pittsburgh Spirit
    San Diego Mariners @ Pittsburgh Spirit Spirit win 5-2
    Philadelphia Firebirds @ Pittsburgh Spirit Pittsburgh loses 3-2
    Weekly Summary: Split at home.

    Chicago Underground
    Weekly Preview: Chicago with one home in which they can disappoint the home fans.
    Silk City Whales @ Chicago Underground Silk City comes out with guns a blazing & 4 goals are on the board before Chicago nets one. Each team scores 2 more and the drubbing ends with Silk City coming out on top.

    3 Star Selection:
    #1 – Borje Salming 1G, 2 Pts.
    #2 – Jerry Korab 1G
    #3 – Perry Turnbull 1G

    Final Score: Silk City 6 – Chicago 3

    Weekly Summary: Chicago looks to get out of the cellar, but it won’t be anytime soon.

    St. Clair Shores Saints
    Weekly Preview: The Saints host Brooklyn and CapJack.
    Brooklyn Harbor Rats @ St. Clair Shores Saints It’s scoreless after 1. In the 2nd, the Harbor Rats get on the board with a Gustafsson goal. In the 3rd, the Saints get goals from Errol Thompson on a power play and Bob Kelly.

    SCS 2 Brooklyn 1

    1st star – Liut 22 saves
    2nd star – Thompson 1 goal
    3rd star – Kelly 1 goal

    CapJack Rangers @ St. Clair Shores Saints This game was pretty out of control. No defense and lots of penalties. Welcome to the yesteryear.

    The Rangers score on their first two shots (Schutt and Gare). Then, Hart and Cloutier score and the Rangers are up, 4-0. Goals were all in the 1st 10 minutes of the game. The Saints score the next three goals (Kelly, Anderson, Ververgaert). Then, CapJack scores on a shorthanded goal to go up 5-3.

    The Saints score the next 4 goals with Thompson, Marsh, Hamilton, and Christoff scoring. Esposito and Cloutier score the last 2 goals of the game to tie it. Game ends in a 7-7 tie.

    CapJack 7 SCS 7

    1st star – Cloutier 2 goals 2 assists
    2nd star – Esposito 1 goal 1 assist
    3rd star – Schutt 1 goal 2 assists

    Weekly Summary: The Saints narrowly beat Brooklyn and tie CapJack to earn 3 points.

    Saskatoon Cyclone
    Weekly Summary: Splitsville for the Cyclone. How the hell are we still in 2nd place?

    Saint Croix Falls Lumberjacks
    Weekly Preview: The Lumberjacks will host St. Clair Shores and Pittsburgh.
    St. Clair Shores Saints @ Saint Croix Falls Lumberjacks St. Clair Shores 4 Saint Croix Falls 3
    1st Star Thompson 2 g.
    2nd Star Stoughton 2 g 3 pts.
    3rd Star Payne 1 g 3 pts
    Pittsburgh Spirit @ Saint Croix Falls Lumberjacks Saint Croix Falls 5 Pittsburgh 1
    1st Star Lambert 1 g 2 pts.
    2nd Star Larocque 31 saves
    3rd Star Clarke 1 g
    Weekly Summary: Lumberjacks go 1-1 at home.

    Biloxi Blades
    Weekly Preview: Biloxi Week 10 games, ownership losing money miscalculated cost to keep ice hard in southern Mississippi
    Chicago Underground @ Biloxi Blades Four consecutive goals from Ryan Walter, a natural hat trick with matching scarf. Biloxi wins 6-3
    CapJack Rangers @ Biloxi Blades Pronovost a couple goals for Blades, Shutt both Ranger goals, now has 32 for season Blades 5 CapJack 2
    Weekly Summary: Blades take two games

    Brooklyn Harbor Rats
    Weekly Preview: One home game for Brooklyn this week
    Saint Croix Falls Lumberjacks @ Brooklyn Harbor Rats Harbor Rats get 3 point nights from a pair of blueliners (Paul Reinhart and Behn Wilson each go 1-2-3) and kill off 7 Lumberjacks power plays to win 5-1.
    Weekly Summary: one home game, one win this week

    Philadelphia Firebirds
    Mackinac Island Moose @ Philadelphia Firebirds Mackinac Island wins
    Saskatoon Cyclone @ Philadelphia Firebirds Saskatoon wins
    Weekly Summary: typical week in philly

    San Diego Mariners
    St. Clair Shores Saints @ San Diego Mariners St. Clair wins 4-3
    Biloxi Blades @ San Diego Mariners Biloxi blanks San Deigo 4-0
    Weekly Summary: SD goes 0-2

    Mackinac Island Moose
    Weekly Preview: The Moose (12-19-5) host two teams this week, San Diego (20-11-5) and Brooklyn (19-15-2). San Diego brings two of the leagues top scorers; Gilbert Perreault (58 pts) and Charlie Simmer (57 pts). Brooklyn brings in one of the leagues best goalies in Greg Millen (3.27 gaa).

    The Moose corporate HQ has moved and the new e-mail address is mborz1@comcast.net

    San Diego Mariners @ Mackinac Island Moose San Diego 4, Moose 3 – After the Moose get out to a 2-1 lead, San Diego runs off 3 goals and survives a late push by the home team to take the win. Holmgren with 2 goals and Smith with 3 assists lead San Diego.

    1st star – Holmgren 2g1a

    2nd Star – Sharpley 1g2a
    3rd Star – Smith 3a

    Brooklyn Harbor Rats @ Mackinac Island Moose Rats 6, Moose 2 – An even 1st period ends 1-1, and then the Harbor Rats net 5 of the next 6 goals to silence the home crowd. Millen lives up to his billing and allows only 2 goals.
    1st star – Gustafsson 2g
    2nd star – Barber 2g
    3rd star – Gartner 1g
    Weekly Summary: The Moose losing streak continues, now at 6 games.
    Top offensive performers were the 3 amigos for San Diego, with 3 points each, Holmgren, Sharpley and Smith.

    Vermont Foresters
    Weekly Preview: vermont is looking to turn things around after going 2-5-3 in their last 10 games with 3 home games this week against silk city, biloxi, and quebec city. vermont will tinker with their lines a bit to try and get better production from an underperforming 3rd line and the spur a turn around.
    Silk City Whales @ Vermont Foresters vermont couldnt ask for a better team to look to turn things around then the whales, the owners of the leagues worst record. the foresters started ron grahame in net against mario lessard for silk city and it looked like the foresters made a big mistake. goals by eric vail and pat price had the foresters up 2-0 5:24 into the game. by the 10:57 mark of the 1st they were down 3-2 as kehoe, messier and sutter scored for the visitors. 5 minutes later craig ramsey tied the score at 3. vermont outshot silk city 16-8 after 1 period but the game was tied 3-3. the whales took the lead again on sutters second goal of the game with just over 7 minutes left in the 2nd. rich preston even things up at 4 with a late ppg in another period dominated by vermont with a 14-8 edge in shots on goal. the game remained tied for most of the 3rd period that vermont continued to dominate until eric vail scored his 2nd of the game with just under 6 minutes left. a little over a minute later craig ramsey followed with his 2nd of the game and reggie leach finished the scoring and the whales with an empty netter for the 7-4 final. the foresters attempted an astounding 90 shots, putting 50 on goal to 29 attempts with 20 on goal for the whales. ramsey ended up with 2 goals and an assist and vermonts leading scorer kent nilsson was held scoreless.
    Biloxi Blades @ Vermont Foresters the blades made the trip to b and j from mississippi for vermonts 2nd home game and saw a goaltender matchup of glen hanlon for the home team against john davidson for the visitors. mike foligno and vermont wasted little time getting things going with a goal less than a minute into the game. morris lukowich made it 2-0 with his 22nd goal of the year at the 13:17 mark of the 1st. play was balanced with sog even for the period at 9. the 2nd period saw a lot of action, a lot of shooting, 15-11 edge to biloxi, but no scoring. the 3rd period saw the balance swing back towards the home team with a 15-9 edge in shots and goals by reggie leach and dale mccourt in the first 6 minutes of the 3rd period and glen hanlon stood tall for his first shutout of the year and a 4-0 final for the foresters. dale mccourt had a goal and assist and eric vail and kent nilsson both had 2 assists.
    Quebec City Le Blue @ Vermont Foresters le blue made the quick trip south for vermonts 3rd home game of the week and the 1st half of a home and home with quebec. vermonts 3rd game saw their 3rd goalie as mike veisor was between the pipes against tony-o for le blue. this was an odd game seeing quebec get 8 powerplays against vermont who came in the least penalized team in the league. after a scoreless 1st period, leduc scored 1:41 into the 2nd giving le blue the lead. kent nilsson evened the score at the 8:26 mark with his 21st of the year and the 2nd ended tied at 1 after very even play with sog even at 25. vermont took control of the game when terry oreilly was given a major penalty and a game misconduct for charging 5 minutes into the 3rd. le blue managed to kill off the 5 minute penalty but vermonts relentless attack finally wore them down as pat price netted his 5th of the year on the powerplay at 14:12 and craig ramsey sealed the victory with less than a minute left after keeping play in quebecs end not allowing them to pull the goalie to try and even the score. nillson had a goal and assist and mark howe 2 assists while playing against his father.
    Weekly Summary: vermont was able to get the turn around they were looking for sweeping all 3 games only allowing 5 goals, 4 by grahame in the 1st game. vermont got back to their winning ways by playing strong defense and balanced offense. the powerplay was 3-14 and the pk was a perfect 13-13 for the week.

     

  • MWOTHL ESTABLISHED 01/01/2018

    The Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League was founded on January 1st, 2018 by Stray Corrado, Bill Schindel & John Niespodzianski.

    Welcome to the official web site of the Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League – thus referred to as the MWOTHL.

    We will be starting off with the 1979-1980 National Hockey League Season, drafting our own Franchises & moving forward each NHL / MWOTHL Season. Draft league, perpetual ownership, contract values/limitations, and more ….

    The MWOTHL embarks this Spring on its inaugural season. Featuring 16 to 20 Franchises, an 80-game regular-season schedule & an action-packed postseason made up of Quarter-Final, Semi Final & Stanley Cup Championship Hockey. If you’re interested in a MWOTHL Franchise be sure to fill out a Franchise Application for the Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League.

    The League Guide & Constitution are in development, as well as many other details.   Please check back often for details & new information.

    This web site will offer Franchises, Rosters including yearly contracts, Statistics plus an expanded News & Archives section, including Career Statistics for every Player & every Franchise.

    Navigation around the web site at this time is limited.  Please note the links on the home page are only the beginning. Links to each of the MWOTHL’ s 16 to 20 Franchise’s & team Rosters & Statistics will be developed & much more await those who simply can’t get enough of the Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League.

    The Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League starts in 2018 using Action PC Hockey & continues forward with each National Hockey League Season.

  • ORIGINAL FRANCHISES

    The Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League is proud to announce our Franchises
    Each team’s Logo will take you to their teams page

SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #10

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Cloutier, Real CAP 4 4 4 8 0 1 8 50%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Lessard, Mario SCW 3 9 3.02 105 .921                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Larouche, Pierre SYR 4 8 1 9 2 3 18 44%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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MWOTHL ESTABLISHED 01/01/2018

The Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League was founded on January 1st, 2018 by Stray Corrado, Bill Schindel & John Niespodzianski. Welcome to the official web site of the Mid-West Old Tyme Hockey League – thus referred to as the MWOTHL. We will be starting off with the 1979-1980 National Hockey League Season, drafting our own Franchises & moving forward each NHL / MWOTHL Season. Draft league, perpetual ownership, contract values/limitations, and more …. The MWOTHL embarks this Spring on its inaugural season. Featuring 16 to 20 Franchises, an 80-game regular-season schedule & an action-packed postseason made up of Quarter-Final, Semi…

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ORIGINAL FRANCHISES

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #9

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM +/- SOG S% Linseman, Ken CHA 4 2 7 9 6 4 16 13% CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE %   Edwards, Don SAS 2 2   1   89 .978   WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM +/- SOG S% Middelton, Rick BIL 4 5 3 8 0 2 10 50% WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE %   Dion, Michel BIL 4 8   2.02   119 .937   Quebec City Le Blue Chicago Underground @ Quebec City Le Blue…

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #8

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Gretzky, Wayne SAS 4 5 6 11 0 5 13 39%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Bouchard, Dan CAP 3 6 2.92 69 .920                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% MacAdam, Al SYR 4 4 4 8 0 -1 13 31%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #7

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Gretzky, Wayne SAS 4 2 8 10 0 5 12 17%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Millen, Greg BRO 3 7 2.34 86 .925                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Propp, Brian SYR 4 3 5 8 2 0 15 20%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #6

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Mahovlich, Pete BRO 4 1 7 8 11 3 7 14%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Bouchard, Dan CAP 2 4 2 61 .938                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Dionne, Marcel PHI 4 6 2 8 8 3 19 32%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #5

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Howe, Mark VER 4 2 9 11 4 1 11 18%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Edwards, Don SAS 2 6 3.03 54 .900                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Mondou, Pirre CHI 4 4 5 9 2 1 16 25%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #4

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Holmgren, Paul SDM 3 3 6 9 5 3 6 50%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Cheevers, Gerry SDM 2 4 2.02 80 .952                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Maloney, Don BIL 3 3 6 9 0 8 13 23%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #3

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Gare, Danny CAP 4 8 1 9 6 2 18 44%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Palmateer, Mike BRO 2 4 3 53 .930                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Mondou, Pierre CHI 4 3 7 10 0 5 10 30%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #2

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Gretzkey, Wayne SAS 4 7 3 10 0 3 19 37%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Baker, Steve PIT 2 4 2 68 .944                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% O’Reilly, Terry QCL 4 2 6 9 19 2 8 38%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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SKATER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #1

CLARENCE SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Simmer, Charlie SDM 4 9 3 12 0 3 25 36%                     CLARENCE GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE % Edwards, Don SAS 2 5 2.5 82 .943                     WALES SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S% Middleton, Rick BIL 4 2 9 11 0 1 12 17%                     WALES GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A….

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