Ryan Ellis: Tied For Highest Points Per Game In The OHL

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  1. Bob Barker

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    Ryan Ellis, late in the season is 4th in OHL scoring, and has the highest points/game ratio of any player, including forwards.

    With 3 points tonight, Ellis has 95 in 55 games. :amazed:

    This guy is the real deal in my opinion. That's pretty amazing if you ask me. Which you didn't. But anyways...

    Thoughts?

    Can you find TOI for the CHL anywhere?
     
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    Ahem, tied with Joey Hishon at 1.73 PPG.

    You've been FACT CHECKED!
     
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    hishon>ellis
     
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    what ellis has done this year is pretty ridiculous. Watching him, there are still question marks on how his all-round game will translate to the NHL level, but the raw skill says worst case scenario he's a ~40pt PP specialist.
     
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    Fair enough. Hishon has 0.0018939 more points per game. My bad. I checked a couple days ago and looked today, saw the points of the top scorers hadn't changed enough to beat Ellis and forgot about Mr. Hishon since he's down the list a bit. I am sorry and I'm sure my credibility is now 0. :cry:
     
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    Yep, it is.
     
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    I think that thread needs to be closed now
     
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    Isn't Ellis 20? If he didn't put up big numbers I'd be worried. We have yet to find out how he will translate to the NHL, which is the only concern about his game. Tons of guys have big seasons as 20 year olds playing in a junior league and can't find that production at the NHL level. Im not saying he won't be a good dman just that Its too early to label him as the real deal.
     
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    Hey, I think I've heard you on the radio or tv or something. Weird.
     
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    TOI isnt a stat that is kept by the CHL, however I have personally kept track of his ice time a few times, and this kid plays in ALL situations and logs around 40min a night. Throughout the season I have kept track 5 times (all home games of course) and all 5 times he's logged more than 40min a game! One game comes to mind when he had a 5min shift! You ask how is it possible? he was out for his regular shift, than the team was given a PP, stays out the whole 2min but at the tail end of it they are awarded another 2min PP, stays out for the entire thing.
     
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    He's 20 because of his early birthday, he still technically could play in the OHL next year as an overage.
     
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    defintely averaging 30 mins a game for the spits
     
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    Ready for him to be in the AHL already!
     
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    CHL Player of the Year for sure. He has been an absolute beast since the WJC
     
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    scokan's right, it's more like 40 minutes a night. Last Sunday's game the Spits took a time out in the middle of OT and you knew it was just to give Ellis a rest, I think he was off the ice for a total of 40 seconds for the whole 5 minute OT. Ryan Ellis is the Spits D, no question.
     
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    So he can play defense? :D
     
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    With 3 games to go will he hit 100 points?

    Who was the last OHL or CHL for that matter, defenseman to hit 100 points?
     
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    Bryan Fogarty with 155 in 60 was the last in the OHL I beleive. Before that, Reinhart and Coffey.
     
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    And he will be staying in Milwaukee after the CHL season along with Latta, Beck, Maybe Charles Olivier-Roussel.

    Ben Ryan out of Notre Dame. Jeff Foss out of RPI if he doesn't finish his degree.

    Only guys that might be left in the CHL who are Preds Prospects are Austen Watson and he's got 4 years of CHL already and Taylor Aronson.
     
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    Well I found this link: http://www.chl.ca/page/most-points-by-a-defenceman-one-season

    So Fogarty may have been the last in 1988-89 and Cam Plante and Jim Benning have done it after Coffey and Reinhart.

    But still inconclusive if someone else may have done this....
     
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    I knew there was someone in between wasn't sure who though. Nobody of sustence. Would he impressive or Ellis though.
     
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    only in the preds org. this can be muttered. amazing what d prospects they have
     
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    It's nice when your AHL defense is just as good as 25% of the NHL's defenses.
     
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    Denis Potvin and Doug Crossman both did it, but they were well before Bryan Fogarty.

    Chirs Allen (former FLA 3rd rounder) was so close with 94 points in 1997-98 with Kingston.
     
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    I think I may have found the answer for the last defenseman to score 100 points in the CHL. The QMJHL has a much, much more in depth system for searching for records than the OHL or WHL.

    D Danny Groulx (undrafted) posted 112 points for Victoriaville in the 2001-2002 season. http://hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=35771

    Other notables:

    Michel Periard (OTT, RD 7, 1998 Draft), 100 points for Rimouski, 1999-00
    Derrick Walser (Undrafted), 110 points for Rimouski, 1997-98
    Frederic Bouchard (Undrafted), 101 points for Chicoutimi / Rouyn-Noranda, 1996-97
    Steve Gosselin (Undrafted), 106 points for Chicoutimi, 1993-94


    Prominent players who have come close to doing this in the last 10 years:

    Francois Beauchemin, 86 points in 1999-00
    Keith Yandle, 84 points in 2005-06
     

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