The other player who may get recalled (based on reports) is Marc Pouliot. He has (according to published reports by various management types) played well and against tough opposition of late and had a nice game tonight in a 4-3 loss.
Pouliot popped 2 goals tonight which puts him among the top Springfield scorers for the season. With the organization needing to make decisions on their various rfa’s this summer it would be nice if a few of these guys stepped up and it looks like Pouliot is showing some signs.
I thought it might be interesting to post their stats in 2008 (AHL players) to see if we can see any new trends in this New Year:
- Marc Pouliot 15gp, 9-5-14 (-1)
- Rob Schremp 16gp, 3-7-10 (-2)
- JF Jacques 9gp, 3-5-8 (E)
- Ryan O’Marra 15gp, 2-5-7 (+3)
- Patrick Thoresen 3gp, 1-4-5 (+3)
- Colin McDonald 16gp, 4-0-4 (-8)
- Stephane Goulet 1-3-4, (E)
- Slava Trukhno 11gp, 1-2-3 (-6)
- Tim Sestito 15gp, 3-0-3 (-6)
- Troy Bodie 14gp, 2-1-3 (+3)
- Liam Reddox 9gp, 2-0-2 (-2)
- Jonas Almtorp 13gp, 1-1-2 (-1)
- Mathieu Roy 8gp, 0-4-4 (E)
- Danny Syvret 7gp, 0-4-4 (-3)
- Bryan Young 15gp, 0-1-1 (+4)
- Theo Peckham 16gp, 1-0-1 (-5)
- Sebastien Bisaillon 2gp, 0-0-0 (-1)
Among forwards, Pouliot seems to have an edge although Jacques had a nice January run before the injury (you get the feeling Jacques could be playing in Yemen and some of us would still believe in him), and O’Marra is showing signs. Thoresen’s a killer but Reddox hit a wall in the new year. Trukhno is really struggling now and if Colin McDonald is the next Fernando Pisani he’s decided to go deep, deep undercover.
Among defenders Roy looked like the most qualified and Bryan Young has had a nice little recovery since January 1.