Week 22 – One Month To Go
Canadiana Music Moments continue as we look to Vinny’s East Coast roots and give listen to Sloan.
WHAT HAPPENED THIS WEEK?
- Erty had a huge week with 39 points
- He went 3-0, as did Rolphy, Cordy, & Derko
- Cordy jumped ahead of Fulty into 1st
- Derko sits in 3rd, one point behind Fulty, and with the injuries to Cordy & Fulty lately, D could come up the middle
- And don’t count out Rolphy as he just refuses to be shaken. He’s gone 21-5 in the new year – hottest team in 2016
- GoJo’s on a bit of a run: 6-2-1 in past 3 weeks
- EZ’s quietly working on #teamtank as he’s taken only 3 games in the last 7 weeks.
- Haukster’s been putting together winning weeks and could catch ORV
- ORV doesn’t want to drop in the standings since he traded away his 1st rounder (no surprise, really… he’s never been afraid to trade). He’s already dropped one spot since the trade.
GET TO KNOW ME!
Time to get to know your OFHL Franchises. This week’s spotlight…. TEAM VINNY
- 12th season of operation
- 1st season: 2004-2005 (the season of the strike)
- First real season: 2005-2006 finished 7th out of 11 (0.340 winning %)
- Worst finish: 10th (2x) 2008 (last place) & 2013
- Best finish: 5th in 2009 (0.528 %)
- Has finished 8th in four of the past six years
- 1st selection: Iginla CY in 2004 dispersal draft
- 1st ever draft pick: Cam Barker CH, 5th overall 2004 draft; took Donald Brashear PH with the 6th overall
- 1st pick-up: Versteeg CH
- 1st trade: With Fulty last week…. just kidding, Vinny got Eric Lindros in 2004 from T-Man for the 12th dispersal pick. Lindros got 48 more points in 82 more games with Dallas and Toronto before calling it a career; T-Man grabbed Calgary rookie Dion Phaneuf with that 12th pick.
- Highest pick: 1st overall – Steven Stamkos TB in 2008
- Team Icon…
Flyers fan gets custom Gostisbehere jersey featuring ghost, bear emojis
Check out these beauties.
Second week in a row that Burns SJ takes the honours for Team Rolphy with an 8 point week.
A Beauty of a different sort….This pic of the Great One’s mullett was hidden for years, but recently found
Fun fact: Brooks Laich assisted on William Nylander’s first goal in the NHL, March 5, 2016. He also assisted on William’s dad’s (Michael) last goal in the NHL, April 5, 2009.
If you’ve got the time……Go to this site and watch the Top Hockey Interviews….OF ALL TIME! Clune on Bass; Instant Classic! Plus the Bryz!
That’s all! Spring is here. The last month of the season should be fun. Have a great week.
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