Highest Scoring Players 22&U (by Club)

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  1. EroCaps

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    I'll chime in to get this rolling.

    CAPITALS

    Player GP G A P +/-

    Alex Semin 18 3 5 8 E

    Boyd Gordon 27 1 5 6 -5

    Steve Eminger 27 0 3 3 -9

    Brian Sutherby 23 2 0 2 -3
     
  2. Liquidrage*

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    Flyers

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    Justin Williams		28	6	14	20	+12
    Joni Pitkanen		27	3	10	13	+7
    
    And thats it.
     
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    Jason Spezza (19 points in 28 games) will be competing with Rick Nash for one of the forward spots <22. Nash has the edge at this point IMO, given he plays the wing, is a little more physical and is probably a better fit on a depth or role playing line than Spezza. I don't see both making it, given Fleury and J-Bo will probably take two of <22 spots, although you never know.

    Martin Havlat (16 points in 20 games) is 22, but turns 23 in April, so he probably doesn't qualify for the Czech's, although he will be on the WC team.

    Anton Volchenkov (3 points in 16 games) turns 22 in February, so I assume he will get some serious consideration for the third <22 spot on the Russian team. I'm assuming Ovechkin is likely to make the team, and Kovalchuk is obviously a lock.
     
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    Calgary:
    Matthew Lombardi C 11 points
    Oleg Saprykin LW 9 points
    Chuck Kobasew RW 8 points

    Lombardi started the year on fire, but has tailed off under the pressure of being the only natural center still standing in Calgary. Saprykin has turned it on in the last few weeks. Kobasew is only seeing limited ice time.

    Regehr,Leopold and Betts are all 23 and miss the cut
     
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    Frolov - 29 GP, 8 G, 12 A, 20 P
    Cammalleri - 15 GP, 8 G, 4 A, 12 P
     
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    Ales Hemsky (20) 27 7 13 20
    Raffi Torres (22) 28 8 6 14
    Jarret Stoll (21) 17 4 3 7
    Alexei Semenov (21) 13 2 0 2
    Tony Salmelainen (22) 10 0 1 1

    If this is about the World Cup rosters, I would imagine Hemsky has a good chance of making the Czech team as there are only 5 Czechs with more points than him: Lang, Jagr, Hejduk, Bonk, and Elias, and they should all be close to locks to make the team.
     
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    isnt Stoll 22?
     
  8. leafaholix*

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    There's only one right now with Toronto...

    ..................GP...G...A....P...+/-
    Matthew Stajan....28...4...6...10....+8
     
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    Rick Nash (19) 27 18+3=21 -5
    Rostislav Klesla (21) 18 0+5=5 -4
    Nikolai Zherdev (19) 4 1+3=4 -1
    Dan Fritsche (18) 19 1+0=1 -5
    Aaron Johnson (20) 3 0+1=1 -1
     
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    You're right, I forgot him when I made the post, so I added him in now.
     
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    7g, 7a

    Bouwmeester

    2g 12 a

    Krajicek -after the first game tonight for him, I will update it. He will score tons of points

    Kolnik ( just turned 23)
    1g, 1a (great play with tons of shots)

    Horton- 4g 4 a

    Nedorost

    1g 1a
     
  12. Safir*

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    Atlanta Thrashers:

    - Ilya Kovalchuk (20 years old):
    30 GP- 18 G- 17 A- 35 Pts- -1

    - Garnett Exelby (22 years old):
    30 GP- 0 G- 6 A- 6 Pts- 0
     
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    Svitov 11GP, 3A

    and that's it
     
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    For the Pens:
    Koltsov 28GP 2-10-12.
    Surovy 11GP 1-0-1.
    Beech 4GP 0-1-1.
     
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    Marcel Hossa L 15 1 1 2
    Christopher Higgins C 2 0 0 0
    Mike Komisarek D 5 0 0 0
     
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    Player GP G A P +/-

    Igor Radulov 28 4 7 11 E

    Tuomo Ruutu 29 2 3 5 -12

    (A) Pavel Vorobiev 16 1 3 4 +1

    Mikhail Yakubov 6 1 3 4 E

    Travis Moen 29 3 1 4 -4

    (A) Lasse Kukkonen 8 0 0 0 -2

    Michael Leighton 14 0 0 0 E

    (A) Craig Andersson 7 0 0 0 E
     
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  17. Pierre-Marc Bouchard
    18 GP, 2 goals, 8 assists 10 points -4

    Marian Gaborik
    17 GP 3 goals, 3 assists 6 points -3

    Nick Schultz
    26 GP 0 Goals, 4 Assists 4 points +5

    We don't have a lot of guys under 22 on the Wild...Lemaire and Risebrough don't seem to like the young guns a lot...for some odd reason.

    WE NEED MORE OF THEM!
     
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    Martin Erat(22) 23Games 4 goals 12 assists for 16 pts.
    Scott Hartnell(21) 27Games 9 goals 8 assists for 17pts.
    Jordan Tootoo(20) 23Games 1 goal 2 assists for 3 pts.
    Dan Hamhuis(21) 27Games 2 goals 6 assists for 8pts.
     
  19. Ruckus007

    Ruckus007 Said too much

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    Taylor Pyatt (22): 30 GP, 7 G 6 A 13 TP, 2 PIM, +2



    That's a wrap folks until Connolly comes back from his injury. Derek Roy (20) makes his debut tonight.
     
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