Alright, welcome back to our monthly segment in which we project our numbers forward to the end of the year to see exactly where we're going to end up, at this point. If you're curious about the September numbers, click here.
TML NOVEMBER: 26GP - 7W - 12L - 7OTL - 21PTS
TML FINAL: 82 GP - 22W - 38L - 22OTL - 66PTS
That's up 25PTS from our pace from September - quite an improvement. Unfortuneatly, that still puts us at 2nd last in the league.
1. Carolina (46 PTS Projected)
2. Toronto (66 PTS Projected)
3. Edmonton (72 PTS Projected)
4. Minnesota (75 PTS Projected)
5. Florida/Anaheim (76 PTS Projected)
KABERLE 6G 76A 82P
KESSEL 40G 25A 65P
STAJAN 26G 32A 58P
HAGMAN 42G 13A 55P
GRABO 13G 38A 50P
WHITE 13G 32A 44P
PONI 28G 16A 44P
BLAKE 6G 38A 44P
FINGER 11G 27A 37P
STEMPNIAK 16G 19A 35P
GUNNARSSON 0G 32A 32P
MITCHELL 7G 25A 32P
BEAUCH 6G 25A 32P
KULEMIN 14G 7A 21P
HANSON 0G 15A 15P
PRIMEAU 8G 4A 12P
SCHENN 0G 9A 9P
STALBERG 0G 8A 8P
WALLIN 0G 8A 8P
ORR 3G 3A 6P
EXELBY 0G 5A 5P
MAYERS 0G 5A 5P
KOMISAREK 0G 0A 0P
Way to go, Komisarek! Anyway, just a few interesting notes...
-Kaberle on track for a massive 82 point year.
-Kessel ready for his first of many 40 goal seasons for the Leafs
-Stajan continues his good production - keep in mind, he really shouldn't be a first line centre.
-Hagman set to lead the team with 42 goals.
-Good production from Grabo and Poni with 50 and 44 points, respectively. Despite his awful goalscoring, Blake's been on the board for a pace of 44 points as well.
-On the point, Whiter is getting ready for a 44 point season and believe it or not, if Gunnarsson played at this pace he'd be heading for 32 assists.
-The more dissapointing players, Kulemin is clearly not ready to break out with a projected 21 point year, and Hanson's AHL production hasn't really translated as he is only on pace for a mediocre 15 assists and is still stuck at 1 career NHL goal.