Radulov got his 139th point and has at least 1 point in his 48th last!

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  1. Chfan

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    Alexander Radulov is leading scorer in the LHJMQ with 53 goals and 86 assists for 139 points in 57 games.

    He putted up 2 points tonight and he added an shootout goal that gave Patrick Roy his 50th win of the season as the head coach.


    Crosby got 168 in 62 last year. I'm not saying that Radulov is near Crosby but I just saw this and its something.....

    Do you think that he would be a great player in the nhl?
     
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    This kid is on fire!!! Congrats to him in passing Schremp for the CHL scoring lead. Too bad that Schremp isn't 100% so that the race could be a little tighter. It'll be interesting to see if Radulov will best Schremp in points per game as he will likely play at least a few more games than Robbie.
     
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    Radulov - 139 pts in 57 games = 2.44 PPG
    Schremp - 136 pts in 53 games (51 goals) = 2.57 PPG

    The stats still favour Schremp - but he has a minimal lead. Schremp should finish with a GPG avg and lead London on a strong playoff run.

    5 games remain for Schremp - should = 12 pts making his final 148.
    4 games remain for Radulov - should = 9 pts making his final also 148.

    Should be an interesting finish to the CHL scoring race.
     
  4. Towelie*

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    You have to factor in durability.
     
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    I've always liked this kid. He is going to be amazing for Nashville.
     
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    Well, I don't think he'll be that great (Crosby, Ovechkin, ect)

    But ****... damn Nashville...
     
  7. Great pick by Nashville.
     
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    Crosby put up similar numbers when he was only 16, 59GP 54G 81A 135PTS, though a 3 year age discrepancy would be a huge factor he could still be a great player.
     
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    Radulov seems to be dangerous anytime he's on the ice, and I think the majority of his points are at even strength, he even has a few shorties.

    My preception of Schremp is he seems to be more of a powerplay specialtist and isn't real productive at even strength?

    Is this accurate?
     
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    I think it was this week but someone figured out that 98 of Schremps 136 points came while on the power-play.
     
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    Wow, that's just incredible. Who needs to be good at ES when you can score 100 points a season on the PP. :dunno:

    Makes you wonder how much better he'll make that Edmonton PP. We can downplay PP specialists all we want, but if he can increase Edmonton's PP by a few percentage points, that can easily be the difference in 5-10 games. Look at Detroit, for example, if you give them a mediocre PP, they are a 6-8 seed in the playoffs. But because they have one of the best PP's the league has ever seen, they are the best team in the league. Team's that dominate special teams tend to be the better team's in the league. If Schremp can bring that to Edmonton, he'll be invaluable.

    And for those that watch London, how much of that PP success can be attributed to Schremp and how much to Hunter and Bolland?
     
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    It's also a testament to the icetime they get on the PP. I mean, there have been potent PP combinations in junior hockey before. But I don't really recall a situation where the coach pretty much flat out says he's trying to run up the stats for his top players, and a guy like Schremp typically plays the full 2 mins of every powerplay, probably gets over 20 PP mins some nights the way they're calling things in the OHL this year. The 5 forward group (Schremp, Bolland, Hunter, Perry, Kostitsyn) have 119 PP goals. Schremp 34G, 54A on the PP? :eek:

    Anyway, I wouldn't try to deflect the credit onto Hunter or Bolland. Neither of them are particularly "special" offensive junior players, IMO. Hunter does his job well, working the corner and sending the puck out, Bolland moves up and down from the left point to the backdoor spot by the net, and while they do those jobs well enough, it's not as if dozens of other players in junior couldn't do the same thing. Schremp does have the most "magic" of the bunch on the PP, IMHO. (Bolland brings other elements away from the PP, some tenacity and PK recklessness that makes him at least as valuable overall... but not nec. on the PP).

    I guess if I was trying to deflect any of the credit for Schremp's PP numbers, I'd deflect them to Hunter... Dale, that is. The whole coaching strategy of building a team around a PP, of piling the minutes onto his stars, throwing caution to the wind, playing ES with a particular eye to drawing more PP time... that's what gives Schremp the opportunity. It's chicken and egg, though.
     
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    Is there a place to go to check out the TOI of players in the CHL?
     
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    Just to add to the Schremp/Bolland/Hunter thing... they have a total of 262 points on the PP (Schremp 100 and is actually 34G and 66A, Bolland 85 and Hunter 77) :bow:

    The debate over who benefits who etc... is open to opinion but one thing that isn't... Next year is gonna suck around here in comparison without these guys... :( :cry:
     
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    At least London will still have Sergei Kostitsyn...
     

  18. I like when he uses the Belarussian "Siarhei"...that name sounds so much cooler.
     
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    Carbonneau said that if you're in the top 10 in both PK and PP, chances are you'll have a great season.
     
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    The knights will still have Perry and Kotsitsyn next year, not to mention Foreman. Yeah not not enought to make aplayoff push but who knows they can find some gems in the draft and make a alright team. But the OHL wont be that exciting next yer because of players like Wolski, Bolland, Schremp, Ryan, Mcgrath leaving hell Little might leave if he has a great training camp for whatever team drafts him. The OHL will have to hope Tavarse will even have better numbers next year.
     
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    I don't think the OHL has to hope for Tavarse, this kid is already an outstanding hockey player, what a season he's having. Got to think he will only get better, wow.
     
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    so much for a radulov thread..keep hypin schremp
     
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    Another 3 goals for Schremp tonight, but he finishes the game a minus -2.
     
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    that's damn impressive :sarcasm:
     
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    radulov's point streak ended tonight vs. chicoutimi. 50 games i think. 2nd longest ever in the Q next to mario.
     
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