Springfield EV Scoring

This is Chad Wiseman. Don’t know him from Adam, but he is in fact the leader in EV points-per-game for the Springfield Falcons so far this season. One of the main features of the Falcons in 09-10 is the number of AHL veterans and that is most definitely reflected in the numbers below. Wiseman, Charles Linglet, Chris Minard and Colton Fretter aren’t household names to Oiler fans but they’re a big part of Springfield’s early season success.

  1. Chad Wiseman (.786) 14gp, 5-6-11
  2. Charles Linglet (.777) 18gp, 5-9-14
  3. Colton Frett (.647) 17gp, 2-9-11
  4. Chris Minard (.636) 11gp, 4-3-7
  5. Bill Thomas (.400) 5gp, 0-2-2
  6. Bryan Lerg (.333) 9gp, 2-1-3
  7. Ryan MacMurchy (.286) 14gp, 1-3-4
  8. Colin McDonald (.278) 18gp, 3-2-5
  9. Ryan O’Marra (.222) 18gp, 2-2-4
  10. Ryan Potulny (.214) 14gp, 2-1-3
  11. Geoff Paukovich (.167) 18gp, 3-0-3
  12. Slava Trukhno (.118) 17gp, 1-1-2
  13. Liam Reddox (.076) 13gp, 1-0-1
  14. Kip Brennan (.056) 18gp, 0-1-1

And now the blue:

  1. Theo Peckham (.300) 10gp, 0-3-3
  2. Taylor Chorney (.250) 4gp, 0-1-1
  3. Chris Armstrong (.188) 16gp, 0-3-3
  4. Dean Arsene (.125) 16gp, 0-2-2
  5. Jake Taylor (.111) 18gp, 0-2-2
  6. Johan Motin (.077) 13gp, 0-1-1
  7. Cody Wild (.000) 12gp, 0-0-0
  8. Alex Plante (.000) 16gp, 0-0-0

NHL callups in bold. Clearly EV points per game haven’t had too much to do with callups (especially the F’s) but it’s also clear that (unlike the last couple of seasons) the men Springfield is counting on up front are not high draft picks and top level prospects. The days of Pouliot, Schremp, Jacques and Nilsson are gone. Devan Dubnyk’s .926SP is something to follow, though.

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