DERKO, OFHL CHAMPION 2013-2014!

The 2013-14 Season Concludes With Team Derko On Top

1st Place- DERKO (104 points) wins his 2nd OFHL title, duplicating his 2009-2010 performance (does he only win in Olympic years?) and becomes the 3rd multiple winner of OFHL crowns, joining the company of T-Man (I know, hard to believe Sweatpant Woody has won twice) and Cordy (too many to list in this space here.)  DERKO looked destined for a repeat of last year’s 2nd place result and a re-grip on the cup that bears his name, but a resurgent 2nd half saw DERKO climb from 12 points back with7 weeks to go.  An end to the season that saw him go on a 23-5 run (82.1 winning percentage) was just what he needed to overcome a losing season series against Cordy (2-5).  He did it with strong forwards, d-men, and rook (McKinnon) and a shored-up goaltending position as a late trade with Orvy brought Ryan Miller in to stop the Musical Game of Thrones that was Derko’s goaltenders. Derko loses Miller this year, but if he can figure out that situation, the Napkin might have to put him in top spot next year.  (Payout: $180 & The OFHL Championship Trophy) 2005_0091 copy

2nd – CORDY (98 points) ended with most player points but had an epic collapse that only the Toronto Maple Leafs could understand.  A mediocre 8-9 Post-Olympic run hit hard and he couldn’t recover.  Late trades didn’t work in his favour.  Loses solid vets but cupboard isn’t bare, however, and he looks to be back to challenge next year. (Payout: $120 & The Derko Cup)

3rd – HAUKSTER (90 points)was in the mix early but never recovered from a mid-season stumble.  Loses a strong vet core; retains strong keepers. (Payout: $80 and doesn’t have to touch the Derko Cup)

4th – EZ (89 points) finished one point behind Haukster and had 3rd most player points.  Very consistent season – sat in 4th or 5th for most of the year. Solid tenders and D-Men going forward and doesn’t lose much in vet dept. (Payout: $40)

He's worked hard and now it's EZ money!

He’s worked hard and now it’s EZ money!

5th – Fulty (84 points) was in the mix early but had a few hiccups.  Good young crop will challenge for years to come.

6th – Erty (70 points) rode Franzen at vet all year. ’nuff said.

7th – T-Man (60 points) drove around with the OFHL Championship trophy in the trunk of his car for most of the year. Hostage situation was resolved with peaceful exchange in Heffley Creek pub parking lot.

8th – Vinny (56 points) managed to cling to the Vinny Table for one more year.

9th – Orv (52 points) can legitimately blame his season on injuries; mostly bad management, but injuries as well.

10th – GoJo (48 points) was last year’s champ.  He went for it.  He won it. The rebuild is on.

11th – Rolphy (41 points) What’s one more Unicorn tattoo?

 

PAST OFHL WINNERS

2013OFHL CHAMP – GoJo

DERKO CUP – Derko

2012 – OFHL CHAMP – Cordy

DERKO CUP – GoJo

2011 – OFHL CHAMP – T-Man

DERKO CUP – GoJo

2010 – OFHL CHAMP – Derko

DERKO CUP – GoJo

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SCORING LEADERS    
  Top 10 & Ties by Position
FORWARDS
1 Sidney Crosby PIT 104
2 Ryan Getzlaf ANA 87
3 Claude Giroux PHI 86
4 Tyler Seguin DAL 84
5 Corey Perry ANA 82
6 Phil Kessel TOR 80
Taylor Hall EDM 80
8 Alex Ovechkin WSH 79
Joe Pavelski SJS 79
Jamie Benn DAL 79
Nicklas Backstrom WSH 79
D-MEN
1 Erik Karlsson OTT 94
2 Shea Weber NSH 79
3 Dustin Byfuglien WPG 76
4 Victor Hedman TBL 68
5 Duncan Keith CHI 67
6 P.K. Subban MTL 63
7 Keith Yandle PHX 61
8 Mark Giordano CGY 61
9 Alex Pietrangelo STL 59
10 Oliver Ekman-Larsson PHX 59
GOALIES
1 Marc-Andre Fleury PIT 93
Antti Niemi SJS 93
3 Semyon Varlamov COL 92
Tuukka Rask BOS 92
5 Ben Bishop TBL 91
6 Kari Lehtonen DAL 86
7 Carey Price MTL 85
8 Henrik Lundqvist NYR 81
Steve Mason PHI 81
10 Sergei Bobrovsky CBJ 79
ROOKIE
1 Nathan MacKinnon COL 63
2 Ondrej Palat TBL 59
3 Tyler Johnson TBL 50
4 Torey Krug BOS 40
5 Nick Bjugstad FLA 38
6 Chris Kreider NYR 37
7 Alex Chiasson DAL 35
8 Sean Monahan CGY 34
Valeri Nichushkin DAL 34
Mark Scheifele WPG 34

So MacKinnon, Fleury, Niemi, Crosby, and Karlsson all led their respective categories, but scouts & GMs are drooling over the up and coming phenom from West Fraser

#5 from West Fraser was a stats leader in several categories, none of which had anything to do with hockey.

#5 from West Fraser was a stats leader in several categories, none of which had anything to do with hockey.

FINAL STANDINGS 2013-14

TEAM

G

W

L

T

PTS

PWk

TP

AVG

%

Derko 72 52 20 0 104 43 884 34.0 0.722
Cordy 72 48 22 2 98 27 886 34.1 0.681
Haukster 72 43 25 4 90 28 817 31.4 0.625
EZ 72 43 26 3 89 29 847 32.6 0.618
Fulty 72 40 28 4 84 22 828 31.8 0.583
Erty 72 33 35 4 70 29 767 29.5 0.486
T-Man 72 28 40 4 60 24 734 28.2 0.417
Vinny 72 26 42 4 56 32 742 28.5 0.389
Orv 72 24 44 4 52 28 699 26.9 0.361
GoJo 72 23 47 2 48 28 741 28.5 0.333
Rolphy 72 18 49 5 41 27 656 25.2 0.285

Thanks boys! It’s been a great year!

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