Friday, May 29, 2009
Eberle and Teubert Back for a Second Time
Calgary, Alberta – World Junior gold medallists, Jordan Eberle and Colten Teubert, have been invited back to the National Junior Team development summer camp for the second straight year. The camp is from August 5th-10th in Saskatoon.
Eberle was a star for Canada in their run towards a fifth straight gold medal, scoring the thrilling game tying goal against the Russians in the semi-final and then scoring the shoot-out winner in the same game.
Teubert was a part of Canada’s number one defensive pairing, and was key in shutting down Sweden in the gold medal final with his usual rough and abrasive style of play.
Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League, announced on Friday roster details for Canada’s National Junior Team development camp in Saskatoon, Sask., from August 5-10. Forty-one skaters (defencemen and forwards) have been identified to attend the camp. Goaltenders will be named in mid-June.
Among the 41 players invited, 11 played in the Western Hockey League during the 2008-09 season, including 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship gold medalists Jordan Eberle (Regina Pats), Evader Kane (Vancouver Giants), Tyler Myers (Kelowna Rockets) and Colten Teubert (Regina Pats). Of the players selected to participate at Canada’s National Junior Team Development Camp, 12 are eligible for the upcoming 2009 NHL Entry Draft including Western Hockey League NHL Top Prospects Jared Cowen (Spokane Chiefs), Scott Glennie (Brandon Wheat Kings), Evander Kane (Vancouver Giants) and Brayden Schenn (Brandon Wheat Kings). In the past 10 years WHL players have made up 40% of Team Canada’s National Junior roster and 60% of Team Canada’s defence corp.
Pictures from TSN.ca
Jordan Weal named to U-18 Selection Camp
CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League, announced on Thursday the roster of forty players that will be taking part in the Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team selection camp in Calgary from August 1-4.
The players, born in 1992 or later, were selected by Hockey Canada head scout Al Murray, in consultation with head coach Dave Lowry (Calgary, WHL) and assistant coaches Chris DePiero (Oshawa, OHL) and Mark Holick (Kootenay, WHL). Murray evaluated these players over the course of the 2008-09 season, following them along with numerous other candidates for the program during league play, as well as at the 2009 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Port Alberni, B.C.
“This will be a very competitive camp with great depth at all positions,” said Murray. “I give credit to the Canadian Hockey League and all the parents, minor hockey coaches and volunteers who have helped these players get to this level.”
At the conclusion of the selection camp, the coaching staff will select a roster of 22 players that will represent Canada at the 2009 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka in the Czech Republic and Slovakia from August 11-15.
I must say I am proud of the guys getting the selection camp invites. Hopefully they have great camps and have a chance to be impact players for the WJ's and the U-18's. I can't wait for the season to start.
To re-iterate; I think he would be a great choice to have on the Pats' bench.
"There is a high level of interest (in the Pats' job) but there are some obstacles to overcome, some of them being there are some pretty good names other than myself out there. The situation in Humboldt, I am comfortable. To uproot your family and move, it has to be a family decision, it can't be just Dean Brockman's decision."
Like he said in the quote there are other names out there (some we know and some we don't) that would be good assistant coaches. But the more I hear about Dean the more I like him and I think he would be a fine assistant coach to Curtis Hunt. If he gets hired great... if not (for whatever reason), I hope he stays true to his roots and family and gets an opportunity somewhere else.
The full LP article can be found here: Humboldt Broncos coach meets with Pats officials
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Picture from vancouver.com
CANUCKS REWARD RYPIEN WITH TWO-YEAR EXTENSION
The Vancouver Canucks have signed forward Rick Rypien to a two-year contract extension with the club through the 2010-11 NHL season. Rypien has played five seasons with the Canucks.
''Rick plays with intensity and energy every time he steps on the ice,'' said Canucks general manager Mike Gillis. ''He is an important part of our team and a valued teammate.''
The 25-year-old Rypien made his NHL playoff debut this past season recording two assists and 40 penalty minutes in 10 games.
In 41 career games as a Canuck, Rypien has scored five goals and added two assists for seven points and 69 penalty minutes.
The Coleman, Alberta native originally signed with Vancouver as a free agent on November 9, 2005.
I have to honestly say I was a little disappointed when they decided to move the scoreclock from centre ice to the west end. I'm young but I am still kinda old-school and I do admit I miss (and will continue to) miss the centre ice clock. I really don't know what the big deal was about having the clock at the end of the rink.... it took me only a few games to get used to looking right (sometimes left). Some people made such a HUGE deal over it. The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Grow up and get over it. It's a done deal and all the reasons that are given are truly valid.
Leader Post article is here: Brandt Centre scoreboard won't be moved
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
From leaderpost.com (I like the artists rendering of what the East end of the Brandt)
PART 1: The changing face of Evraz Place
PART 2: Evraz Place project taking shape in Regina
PART 3: Regina's Brandt Centre getting a makeover
PART 4: Regina Exhibition Stadium at end of its life
PART 5: Pats' relationship with landlords at Evraz Place improving
PART 6: Improvements to Evraz Place facilities will benefit all of Regina
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
I am familiar with the first two mentioned as they have been written about for a while now. Johnston has TONS of experience with the Wheat Kings and Brockman is a winner in the form of the Humboldt Broncos. The latter 2 I'm not so sure of... If Sutter is one of the Sutter kids kids' I think he would bring a winning Sutter attitude with him (so many Sutter's in that sentence). Gerad Adams on the other hand I am familiar with as a player (former Pat) who went on to shine in Britian not only as a player but as a coach. I think both Heward and Sillinger would bring tons of hockey experience to the table and both are former Pats that wouldn't look out of place behind the bench or working with the Pats in some capacity.
But there are A LOT of possibilities. Will Parker and Hunt think outside of the box? All I know is that I am getting excited that the Pats are starting to take shape.
Monday, May 25, 2009
Picture from reginapats.com
Pats back in the Hunt
Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats are proud to have Curtis Hunt return as the head coach of the blue and white. Hunt left the team on July 11th of 2008 to become the assistant coach of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators. He took over the reins of AHL’s Binghamton Senators half-way through the season and led them to a 16-14-2-1 record, just barely missing the playoffs.
Curtis Hunt originally joined the Pats in 2004 and ranks second in both games coached (270) and wins (125). In four seasons as bench boss of the Pats, his teams have compiled a winning percentage of .510 (125-120-25). In 2007-08, Hunt led the Pats to their first Division title in 10 years, with a record of 44-22-4-2.
The North Battleford, Saskatchewan native has experienced success on the International stage as well as the WHL. In August of 2005, Curtis captured Gold as Canada’s assistant coach for the Under-18 Junior World Cup played in Slovakia & the Czech Republic, that team also included former Pats captain Logan Pyett. Hunt was also the assistant coach with Canada’s World Junior Team at the 2007 and 2008 IIHF World Junior Championships, winning gold in Leksand, Sweden in 2007 and Pardubice, Czech Republic in 2008.
“We are thrilled to have Curtis return to Regina to once again be the Head Coach of the Pats. Curtis meets every one of the criteria that we were looking for in our new bench boss and I am looking forward to building on the tremendous relationship he and I shared in his first term with the Pats.” commented Regina Pats General Manager Brent Parker. “There is a different set of circumstances that have led us to this point, but the fact of the matter is had Curtis not left to become and Assistant in Ottawa we would not have been looking for a coach at this time last year. He has a proven track record of having teams that work hard and play with the structure that is needed for success. He was the right man for the job before he left and he is the right man for the job now to get us back on the track to success as an organization”
“This is a very exciting day for me and family and I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue my journey with the Pats.” says Head Coach Curtis Hunt, “I return re-energized, re-focused and committed to putting us where we belong…as the premier junior hockey team in Canada.”
Curtis Hunt’s Regina Pats Coaching Record:
Season Team Type GP W L T OTL Pct
2004-05 Regina Pats Head Coach 72 12 50 4 6 0.236
2005-06 Regina Pats Head Coach 72 40 27 1 4 0.590
2006-07 Regina Pats Head Coach 63* 33 23 2 5 0.580
2007-08 Regina Pats Head Coach 63* 40 20 1 2 0.660
Career Regina Pats Totals: 270 125 120 8 17 0.510
Career WHL Totals (MJ/Reg): 414 202 164 23 25 0.549
*Record adjusted for Hunt’s two stints with World Juniors
As a player, Hunt was drafted in the ninth round, 172nd overall, by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1985 NHL entry draft. In nine professional seasons, the defenceman recorded 31 goals and 142 assists for 173 points in 527 career games between the IHL and the AHL.
The next order of business for Brent Parker and Curtis Hunt is the search for an assistant coach. The two will be in discussions over the next couple of weeks to find an assistant bench boss. More information will be released as the search goes forward.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Click here for a really long link to get to the story...... I mean here.
Mitchell Blair is saying "He's Baa-acckkk!!!"
Greg Harder is saying that "The Hunt is over!"
Rod Pedersen says "Hunt To Return To Regina"
I will post further thoughts at a later date..... maybe even tomorrow.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Pats need more than a new coach
Pats need more than a new coach
By Rob Vanstone, Leader-Post May 22, 2009
REGINA — The Regina Pats require a culture change more than a coaching change.
In 14 years under the ownership of the Parker family, the Pats have employed Rich Preston, Parry Shockey, Tim Tisdale, Lorne Molleken, Bob Lowes, Curtis Hunt and Dale Derkatch behind the bench.
Coaches come and go, but one thing remains the same — the Pats are chronically incapable of advancing past the second round of the WHL playoffs.
This past season, Regina failed to reach the playoffs, period, leading to the dumping of Derkatch. Once again, Pats GM Brent Parker is in search of a head coach, with the return of Hunt or the hiring of Michael Dyck (recently deposed by the Lethbridge Hurricanes) being the most likely scenarios.
But regardless of who ends up as the Pats' next bench boss, you have to wonder whether the system is conducive to the attainment of optimal success.
Coaching simply cannot be the problem — not when you peruse the resumes of the gentlemen who have been responsible for the Pats' on-ice operation since the Parkers assumed control.
Preston is a long-time NHL assistant coach. Shockey helped Lethbridge reach the Memorial Cup in 1997. Molleken and Lowes are former CHL coaches-of-the-year. Hunt, who was a finalist for WHL coach-of-the-year honours while with the Moose Jaw Warriors, earned two gold medals as an assistant coach with Canada's world junior team. For all their successes, none of them won BIG in Regina. Neither did Tisdale nor Derkatch. There must be something in the (frozen) water at the Brandt Centre.
The Pats can continue to play musical coaches, but there will not be a breakthrough until a winning formula is developed and applied from the top down.
Under Parker, the Pats have been competitive more often than not, as evidenced by the team's winning record under his reign. In most cases, the coaches have some useful parts at their disposal, but a crucial element is often missing. For example, the Pats used to lament the abrasive play of opponents such as Lloyd Shaw (Red Deer Rebels) and Sean O'Connor (Moose Jaw) rather than countering with a comparably irritating player.
The 2007-08 Pats won the East Division's regular-season title but, even then, the roster was flawed. That edition of the Pats was built to play a grinding style at a time when speed and skill were being accentuated throughout the league. The Pats ended up being eliminated by a faster, more-skilled Swift Current Broncos team in the first round.
This past season, the Pats felt they had the makings of a contender. It turned out that they over-rated themselves. Once again, a lack of pure speed contributed to their undoing. Parker and director of scouting Todd Ripplinger have drafted and recruited some players whose acceleration will be on display in seasons to come. But that didn't do Derkatch much good, did it?
Under Derkatch, the Pats were captained by 20-year-old Victor Bartley — a solid citizen and a fine defenceman. Despite Bartley's many attributes, he would not have been the Pats' captain in a perfect world. He had been acquired from the Kamloops Blazers in January of 2008. Ideally, a 20-year-old captain should be someone whom the team has developed.
And what of player development as a whole? Ian Duval, a 20-year-old Pats castoff, is to play for the Kelowna Rockets in Sunday's Memorial Cup final. Skaters such as forwards Justin Bernhardt and Ryan McDonald (both of the Prince Albert Raiders) and defencemen Craig Schira and Nick Ross (most recently of the Vancouver Giants) were also unloaded by the Pats, only to make notable contributions elsewhere.
Defenceman Colten Teubert is the latest elite player to spin his wheels as a Pat. It is easy to dump on Teubert, as many reactionaries do, but his struggles are symptomatic of a larger problem.
It all comes back to the culture of the organization, or lack thereof. The mix-and-match approach to team construction produces successes that are intermittent at best. The Pats have been able to recruit some skilled players, but they are not always retained. All too often, their talents are maximized elsewhere.
A new head coach is going to fix all this? Good luck . . .
© Copyright (c) The Regina Leader-Post
Friday, May 22, 2009
Hunt, Dyck finalists for Pats' coaching job
By Greg Harder, Leader-PostMay 21, 2009
REGINA -- And then there were two.
The Leader-Post has learned through sources that the Regina Pats' search for a new head coach has been trimmed to two finalists: Ex-Pats bench boss Curtis Hunt and former Lethbridge Hurricanes head coach Michael Dyck.
An announcement on the successful candidate is expected sometime next week.
The process began on May 5 when rookie head coach Dale Derkatch was relieved of his duties after just one season on the job. Hunt has been the front-runner from the start, with Dyck joining the fray on May 8 when Lethbridge announced that his contract wouldn't be renewed.
Derkatch was hired last summer after Hunt left to become an assistant with the NHL's Ottawa Senators. When Ottawa fired head coach Craig Hartsburg just over halfway through the campaign, Hunt remained in the organization as the bench boss of the team's AHL affiliate in Binghamton.
The Regina product, who's heavily weighing family considerations, has an offer on the table to remain in Binghamton. Assuming he turns it down, there are still some loose ends to tie up because he has two years left on his contract. That situation is expected to be sorted out soon.
Hunt has discussed other coaching vacancies with an unnamed AHL club as well as the WHL's Chilliwack Bruins, who reportedly have him on their shortlist. However, Hunt has strongly emphasized that he would welcome the opportunity to take care of some "unfinished business" back in his hometown, where he'd be reunited with GM Brent Parker. Hunt and Parker developed a close working relationship — and friendship — during their four seasons together.
Former Kelowna Rockets head coach Jeff Truitt had also been a candidate for the Pats' job, but he's no longer in the equation.
"You hear that Curtis is coming back," said Truitt. "That's just what I've heard and it's probably a good choice. There's familiarity there."
© Copyright (c) The Regina Leader-Post
My money is on Huntsy returning to the fold. Most people I have talked to also agree with me. Even though I really don't care who the Pats coach is I would like them to get this over with. I will be a Pats fan no matter what.
It's looking more and more like it will be Hunt's club once again.... But I would like to see Dyck get a chance to guide the Pats.
Even though both coaches played similar styles of game (stay at home rugged d-man roles) their coaching philosophies seemed very different from a fans' perspective. With Hunt you can expect lots of 3-2, 2-1 and 1-0 games just due to the extreme defensive style the teams play. Many people (myself included) find this style of hockey rather boring BUT it brings wins. Dyck's style of coaching seems to be a little more run-and-gun but with a defensive aspect as well. The team might not be as stifling but plays amazing D. In my total honest opinion either guy would be good to have as head coach. I would like "new" blood but the "unfinished business" would be fine too.
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Here's the link...
George chooses Vernon
It appears the Regina Pats have officially been spurned by highly touted
prospect Drew George. The Regina native told me after the Telus Cup that he
planned to join the BCHL's Vernon Vipers in hopes of earning an NCAA
scholarship. Now the Vipers are saying it's official. The Pats were still
hopeful they could change George's mind, but the uncertainty of the team's
coaching situation is believed to have played a role in his decision. The Pats
listed George after a standout showing at last year's training camp.
the media release out of Vernon:
The Vernon Vipers Hockey Club is pleased to
announce that 18 year old forward Drew George, from Regina, has committed to
play in Vernon. Drew spent last season playing for the Notre Hounds AAAMidget
hockey team. George helped lead his team to a national title as they were able
to capture the Telus Cup in Winnipeg last month. Drew scored 2 goals and 1
assist in the championship final.Drew was a highly sought after recruit. He
received loads of interest, not only from many BCHL teams but WHL teams as well.
Last season, Drew was second in the SMAAAHL (Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey
League) in scoring. He compiled 27 goals 46 assists for 73 points in 43 games
played.Drew is very excited to become a Viper and continue to build on the
tradition in Vernon. He hopes to land a NCAA scholarship and bring another
National Championship back to the city or Vernon.
While I sort of expected this to happen I was hoping he would join the Pats. He's a very smart, skilled player who I thought could have cracked the lineup last year. With the Pats lacking a coach that may have just weighed in on his decision against joining the Pats. I honestly hope he has a change of heart and joins his hometown Pats. I was thinking about possible lineups for 2009-10 and I had him pencilled in making the team as a 3rd line winger (it all depended on whether Leffler turned pro or not).
Friday, May 15, 2009
I've been thinking... that no matter who Brent Parker chooses to be the next head coach the decision will come under some harsh criticism from the fans and the "fans".... Win or lose the criticism will flow (I will rant about the "fan" later). I just hope that the right person is chosen. I would love to see an alumni be picked to coach for sentimental reasons but if it turns out to be someone unfamiliar that's fine by me. I just want to see the Pats win.
Good read from Greg Harder in the LeaderPost about the coaching situation. It pretty much clears the air in regards to where Brent Parker is at in his Hunt for the new head coach.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Edmonton OIL KINGS 6 at Regina PATS 3
1. Regina, Faranski (Sentes, Hicke) 2:50.
2. Edmonton, Mortenson 8:49.
Penalties – Ketter EDM (Minor) 1:36; Brown REG (Minor) 7:27; Head EDM (Minor, 10-Minute Misconduct) 8:25; Perkins EDM (Minor) 12:37; Mortenson EDM (Minor), Garwasiuk REG (Minor) 15:09; Hicke (Minor) 18:41.
3. Edmonton, Walters (Bailey, Head) 7:14.
4. Edmonton, Perkins (Bailey, Schraefels) 12:18.
5. Edmonton, Perkins (Trembecki) 15:07.
Penalties – Perkins EDM (Minor) 9:32; Peacosh EDM (Minor), Sentes REG (Minor), Brown REG (Minor) 14:09.
6. Edmonton, Bredin (Mortensen, Boddy) 4:50.
7. Regina, Lavender (Hicke, Faranski) 10:09.
8. Edmonton, Perkins 13:21.
9. Regina, Meissner (Hicke) 18:33
Penalties – Lavender REG (Minor) 5:08; Mortenson EDM (Minor) 8:51; Bailey EDM, Head EDM, Walters EDM, Mortenson EDM (Majors), Ketter EDM (Game Misconduct), Meissner REG, Garwasiuk REG (Majors), Flegel REG (Game Misconduct) 11:17; Yaworski REG, Trembecki EDM (Majors) 14:46; Myers EDM (Minor) 18:59.
Shots On Goal By:
1 2 3 Total
Regina 13 6 14 33
Edmonton 10 17 11 38
Regina Pats Lineup – Goal: Tim Tabor, Warren Fisher; Defence: Murray Flegel, Brian Boyd, Brian Brown, Mike Mungall, Dennis Leroux; Forwards: Ernie Hicke, Ron Snell, Ron Garwasiuk, Ken Faranski, Greg Weisshaar, Brian Lavender, Barry Meissner, Laurie Yaworski, Rick Sentes.
Edmonton Oil Kings Lineup – Goal: Don McLeod; Defence: Harold Myers, Greg Boddy, Bob Trembecki, Kerry Ketter; Forwards: Dick Mortenson, Ross Perkins, Norm Simpson, Gary Bredin, Jim Schraefels, Gene Peacosh, Bob Birdsell, “Ace” Bailey; Ron Walters, Galen Head.
Goaltenders – McLeod EDM; Tabor REG.
Referee – Al Paradice.
Linesmen – Gary Larter, Peter Prosofski.
Arena – Exhibition Stadium, Regina.
Regina PATRICIAS 5 at Regina VICTORIAS 2
1. Victorias, Crapper, 1:35.
2. Victorias, Marshall assisted by Baldwin, 7:40.
3. Patricias, F. Broadfoot, 10:00.
Penalties: W. Molisky, Pats, 1 min.; Harding, Pats, 1 min.; Hackney, Pats, 1 min.; Davidson, Vics, 2 min.; F. Broadfoot, Pats 1 min.; Baldwin, Vics, 1 min.; W. Molisky, Pats, 1 min.; Crapper, Vics, 2 min.; Hackney, Pats, 2 min.; Baldwin, Vics, 2 min.
4. Patricias, Wingham, 4:00.
5. Patricias, Harding, 11:00.
6. Patricias, F. Broadfoot assisted by Harding, 11:08.
Penalties: Crapper, Vics, 1 min.; Miller, Vics, 3 min.; W. Molisky, Pats, 3 min.; Crapper, Vics, 2 min.
7. Patricias, Dutkowski, 8:20.
Penalties: Wingham, Pats, 1 min.; Marshall, Vics, 1 min.; Marshall, Vics, 1 min.
Judge of Play: Charley Otten
REGINA PATRICIAS LINE-UP
Goal: Walter Broadfoot
Defence: Bill Broadfoot, Miller Hackney, M.A. "Ma" Wingham, N.A. Drechler
Rover: Fred Harding
Centre: Frank Broadfoot, John Molisky
Left Wing: L.J. "Duke" Dutkowski, Ernie Cameron
Right Wing: Bill "Willie" Molisky
Coach & Manager: Bill Lea
Executive: Allan Wetmore (President), Herb Pollock (1st Vice-President), E. C. Rossie (2nd Vice-President), Austin Smith (Secretary-Treasurer), Jerry Crapper (Executive) & Walter Molisky (Executive).
|1971-72||WCHL||Earl Ingarfield Sr.|
|1946-47||SJHL|| Moose Stinson|
|1947-48||SJHL|| Murray Armstrong|
|1964-65||SJHL|| Bob Kirk (reg. season)|
|1964-65||SJHL||John Hudson (playoffs)|
|1917-18||Group 1||Bill Lea|
|1920-21||ICJHL|| Duke Dutkowski|
|1921-22||ICJHL|| Graham Reid|
|1922-23||RJG|| Claude Milne|
|1923-24||RJG|| Al Ritchie|
|1924-25||ICJHL|| Al Ritchie|
|1927-28||Monarchs|| Howie Milne|
|T-8||Davidson, Chad||1998-99; 2000-02||3.01|
|1||Adams, Gerad (D)||1995-99||817|
|2||Jackman, Barret (D)||1997-01||796|
|3||Tuer, Al (D)||1980-83||773|
|4||Kovacs, Frank (LW)||1987-92||725|
|5||Freadrich, Kyle (LW)||1996-99||626|
|6||Janssens, Mark (C)||1984-88||608|
|7||Ziegler, Barry (LW)||1978-81||607|
|t-8||Wells, Bryan (C)||1984-87||595|
|t-8||Murray, Garth (C)(LW)||1997-02||595|
|10||Gillies, Clark (LW)||1971-74||572|
|11||Butcher, Garth (D)||1979-82||568|
|12||Thomas, Ryan (C)||1996-97; 1998-02||549|
|t-13||Centrone, Marc (RW)||1981-83||528|
|t-13||Churchman, Travis (LW)||1997-00||528|
|15||Crawford, Jeff (LW)||1981-83||510|
|1||Derkatch, Dale (C)||1981-85||491|
|2||Sillinger, Mike (C)||1987-91||419|
|3||Sobchuk, Dennis (C)||1971-74||416|
|4||Nielsen, Len (C)||1982-87||376|
|5||Callander, Jock (RW)(C)||1978-82||368|
|6||Wickenheiser, Doug (C)||1977-80||352|
|7||Holden, Josh (C)||1994-98||352|
|8||Dumont. Louis (C)||1990-94||342|
|9||Lysak, Brett (C)||1996-01||334|
|10||Varga, Brian (C)(LW)||1978-81||329|
|11||Kovacs, Frank (LW)||1987-92||311|
|12||Michayluk, Dave (LW)||1979-82||307|
|13||Huck, Fran (C)||1962-65||306|
|14||Faranski, Ken (LW)||1963-68||299|
|15||Butler, Gary (LW)||1956-61||295|
|1||Derkatch, Dale (C)||1981-85||269|
|2||Nielsen, Len (C)||1982-87||266|
|3||Sillinger, Mike (C)||1987-91||241|
|4||Sobchuk, Dennis (C)||1971-74||225|
|5||Callander, Jock (RW)(C)||1978-82||210|
|6||Varga, Brian (C)(LW)||1978-81||200|
|7||Wickenheiser, Doug (C)||1977-80||194|
|8||Lysak, Brett (C)||1996-01||189|
|9||Dumont. Louis (C)||1990-94||188|
|10||Holden, Josh (C)||1994-98||185|
|11||Michayluk, Dave (LW)||1979-82||183|
|12||Piper, Doug (D)||1960-65||175|
|13||Hicke, Ernie (R/C/L)||1963-67||169|
|14||Gillies, Clark (LW)||1971-74||166|
|t-15||Joly, Greg (D)||1971-74||163|
|t-15||Kovacs, Frank (LW)||1987-92||163|
|1||Derkatch, Dale (C)||1981-85||222|
|2||Sobchuk, Dennis (C)||1971-74||191|
|3||Sillinger, Mike (C)||1987-91||178|
|t-4||Huck, Fran (C)||1962-65||167|
|t-4||Holden, Josh (C)||1994-98||167|
|6||Butler, Gary (LW)||1956-61||162|
|t-7||Callander, Jock (RW)(C)||1978-82||158|
|t-7||Wickenheiser, Doug (C)||1977-80||158|
|9||Dumont. Louis (C)||1990-94||154|
|10||Kovacs, Frank (LW)||1987-92||148|
|11||Lysak, Brett (C)||1996-01||145|
|12||Faranski, Ken (LW)||1963-68||144|
|t-13||Hicke, Bill (RW)(C)||1954-58||143|
|t-13||Schall, Gary (C)||1960-64||143|
|15||Garwasiuk, Ron (LW)||1966-69||139|
|1||Kovacs, Frank (LW)||1987-92||352|
|2||Lysak, Brett (C)||1996-01||331|
|3||McDonald, David (LW)(RW)||1999-04||287|
|4||Piper, Doug (D)||1960-65||285|
|5||Hubbauer, Matt (C)||1998-03||282|
|t-6||Janssens, Mark (C)||1984-88||280|
|t-6||Johnson, Perry (D)||1993-97||280|
|8||Zukiwsky, Dion (D)||1992-96||276|
|9||Pyett, Logan (D)||2003-08||273|
|10||Nielsen, Len (C)||1982-87||268|
|t-11||Sillinger, Mike (C)||1987-91||266|
|t-11||Murray, Garth (C)(LW)||1997-02||266|
|t-11||Deck, Kyle (D)||2002-07||266|
|14||Heward, Jamie (RW)(D)||1987-91||263|
|15||Biette, Karry (RW)||1990-94||258|