I did a few minutes of number crunching with the final stats in the CHL, and got: In the QMJHL: 3572 goals in 560 total games for an average of 6.38 goals per game. Leading scorer Sidney Crosby had 168 points in 62 games, for a ppg of 2.7, and had points on about 54% of the goals his team scored in the games in which he played (I estimated the goals scored in games he didn't play in, so this is not exact). In the OHL: 4161 goals in 680 total games for an average of 6.12 goals per game. Leading scorer Corey Perry had 130 points in 60 games, for a ppg of 2.2, and had a point on about 47% of the goals his team scored in the games he played in (again estimated). In the WHL: 3910 total goals in 720 total games for an average of 5.43 goals per game. Leading scorer Eric Fehr had 111 points in 71 games, for a ppg of 1.6, and had a point on about 44% of his team's goals. Interestingly, if you take all the goals scored in games involving Rimouski, the goals per game goes down to 6.26. Also, I adjusted Corey Perry's stats to the Q, and his points per game would theoretically go up to 2.3, which would give him about 143 points if he still missed 8 games. That's obviously not very meaningful, but it's still fun to play around with the numbers. In general, nothing very surprising. The WHL is significanly lower scoring than the other leagues, and the Q remains the highest scoring, although the OHL is also pretty high.