Fulty Repeats as OFHL Champion!

He did it! Again.

TEAM G W L T PTS PWk TP AVG %
Fulty 74 57 14 3 117 40 920 35.4 0.791
C 74 55 16 3 113 35 889 34.2 0.764
D 74 49 18 7 105 38 873 33.6 0.709
R 74 52 21 1 105 33 811 31.2 0.709
T 74 40 32 2 82 42 799 30.7 0.554
G 74 39 32 3 81 31 798 30.7 0.547
E 74 38 33 3 79 31 702 27.0 0.534
O 74 29 41 4 62 29 720 27.7 0.419
H 74 27 44 3 57 38 688 26.5 0.385
Z 74 25 46 3 53 30 676 26.0 0.358
V 74 22 46 6 50 27 711 27.3 0.338
J 74 15 58 1 31 23 563 21.7 0.209
S 74 12 59 3 27 30 550 21.2 0.182

#1 FULTY becomes the first GM to win back to back championships since Cordy did so in 2000 & 2001. It took the last week of the season to finally wrap it up. Fulty took over first from Cordy on week 24 and never looked back, going 12-0 in the last month.  Congrats Fulty! Well played. The payout: $190

Fulty shares a tender moment with Patrick Kane.

Fulty shares a tender moment with Patrick Kane.

#2 CORDY’s never one to blame it on injuries, but……..He’s going to blame it on injuries: Price, Halak, Crawford, Seguin, Malkin…and Pouliot didn’t help either. Here Cordy reacts after hearing of his team’s final week collapse and a third straight Derko Cup.

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Payout: $130

#3 DERKO polevaulted past Rolphy for 3rd. They tied in points and Rolphy actually had 2 more wins, but the first tie-break is player points and Derko took that by 62. Payout: $90

Derko tries to pole vault Rolphy's favourite bull.

Derko tries to pole vault Rolphy’s favourite bull.

#4 ROLPHY had a solid year and finishes in the $ again. Impressive stuff from the 5th year franchise who was actually last in his 1st and 3rd years. A lesson in team building for you youngsters. Payout: $50 (and a warm blanket)

Just wait til next year

Just wait til next year. *wink*

(at this point it should be noted that the Napkin had the top 2 places correct, had 3rd and 4th flipped, and nailed 9th, 12th, & 13th. Getting better every year)

#5 TMAN took 5th and $40 in what was the biggest charge of the final 2 months. He sat in 8th at that point and only grabbed the last money spot over GoJo on the final week. That Craig Smith no-goal could have made the difference.

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#6 GOJO improves on his 10th place finish from last year but is still really happy with his team. What’s going to fix this?

One word: Bracelets.

He still believes in the power of Balance

GoJo still believes in the power of Balance

#7 ERTY improves on a 9th place position last year. Would have been higher but drank a case of home brew every Sunday night and it screwed up his changes

beer

#8 ORV Was challenging for some bottom money spots, and was only 8 points back with 2 months to go, but faltered at the end and had the worst record in the OFHL over the final 6 weeks. At least that helped his draft lottery pick.

Orv gets angry over season's end

Orv gets angry over season’s end

#9 HAUKSTER dropped four places and 29 points in the standings this year. It was a tough year for the 2009 Champion, but 2016 OFHL FutureWatch says things are rockin’ for the future of this program

Party on, Haukster!

Party on, Haukster!

#10 EZ, like Haukster, dropped four places and 28 points from last year. Started and ended fine, but had a 2 month stretch where he only won 4 games. Tough to recover from that.

Did he tank?

Did he tank?

#11 VINNY has never finished this low in the standings. Needs to build on his drafts or The Vinny Table may be in jeopardy

Vinny is suspicious of any who try to usurp the Vinny Table

Vinny is suspicious of any who try to usurp the Vinny Table

#12 JBR moved up one spot and 18 points in the standings from his rookie season. Plus he has McDavid.

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#13 STIFLER improved 13 points over the rookie season and will add a great prospect again this draft.

First of many.

First of many.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

A goalie shows the way again. 109 points for Holtby from Team Rolphy.

A goalie shows the way again. 109 points for Holtby from Team Rolphy.

Here’s the Top 10 OFHL point getters from each position (fights not included)

OFHL POINTS    
  TOP FORWARDS  
  PLAYER PTS  
  Patrick Kane, RW 106
Jamie
Benn, LW
89
Sidney Crosby, C 85
Joe
Thornton, C
82
Joe Pavelski, C 78
Johnny
Gaudreau, LW
78
Blake Wheeler, RW 78
Evgeny Kuznetsov, C 77
Vladimir
Tarasenko, RW
74
Anze Kopitar, C 74
TOP DEFENSEMEN PTS  
  Brent
Burns, D
102
Erik Karlsson, D 98
Kris Letang, D 83
Mark
Giordano, D
77
Oliver Ekman-Larsson, D 76
Roman
Josi, D
75
Dustin
Byfuglien, D
72
Shea Weber, D 71
John Klingberg, D 68
Drew
Doughty, D
65
TOP ROOKIES PTS  
  Artemi Panarin, LW 77
Jack
Eichel, C
56
Max Domi, C 52
Connor
McDavid, C
48
Dylan Larkin, C 45
Shayne
Gostisbehere, D
45
Anthony Duclair, LW 44
Sam
Reinhart, C
42
Nikolaj Ehlers, LW 38
Robby
Fabbri, C
37
TOP GOALIES PTS  
  Braden Holtby, G 109
Jonathan
Quick, G
95
Martin Jones, G 90
Corey Crawford, G 89
Ben
Bishop, G
86
Marc-Andre
Fleury, G
86
Pekka Rinne, G 86
Henrik
Lundqvist, G
85
Roberto Luongo, G 84
Devan
Dubnyk, G
80

Oh, and Tavares got the last POTW with 9 points. You’re welcome, T-Man.

Jack Black

That’s it! Beauty year, boys. Keep social on the board and we’ll do the draft lottery soon.

Enjoy the playoffs.

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