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In our first season with 6 teams vying for The Moosehead Cup, FitzRays went 10-2-0 en route to winning the title.
The top goalie of the Spring segment was Nico Loberto from the Flyers, posting a 3.78 GAA and losing only once. Coming in at number two was Andrew St.Jean from London Eco Roof with a 4.38 GAA.
We had two clear Sharpshooters that would make Brett Hart Jealous. Andy Sparks ( FitzRays Premiere ) and Kyle “Kovalchuk” Grayson ( Precision Auto Works ) both put up 20 goals on the season.
William Hipkiss and Nathan Gavey opened up an Apple Orchard with the FitzRays Flyers both putting up 23 Assists. Chris Alpaugh was a close 3rd with 21 packets of Sauce.
Back to back #1 Overall Draft pick Nathan Gavey also posted the highest point total for the season with an amazing 39pts in 11 games, including 16 Goals and 23 Assists. Tristan Balint (35) and Chris Alpaugh (34) rounded out the top three.
The Top Free Agent this time around was Ryan Wigle. ” Wiggs” spared in 9 games putting up 18 points!
Quick hits: Tristan Balint had the highest points per game percentage with 3.89 and Stratt Barrett had the best winning percentage with a sparkling 100%. For you non counting beauties, that means he did not lose a single game he played in last season. The FitzRays Flyers only lost twice en route to winning the Moosehead Cup, both games were part of the first round bye awarded to the top two teams.
The second segment of the Summer has the teams re-drafted and ready to start again. This one is shaping up to be a tight one, we will see who can stay consistent and hoist the Moosehead Cup at the end of the summer.
Joe Snook has vowed revenge after leading AB Transport to Back to Back Championships followed by finishing in last place in the Spring.
We would like to thank everyone who made it out to our Second Annual Canada Day celebrations. We had a big rowdy group head into Toronto and take over the Skydome…. Sorry Toronto!
If you haven’t signed up for the 3rd Annual hockeylife charity Golf Tournament, make sure you get on it. Registration is now up on the website. Tell your friends too!
Keep an eye out for new Gear to keep you looking fresh throughout the Summer and into the Fall season. Rock it to FitzRays in downtown London Ontario on a Thursday night and receive 20% off your order. Just make sure to tip your Servers and Bartenders!
He came in gun’s blazin’ and now he leaves a legend.
Well another year and yet another promising NHL trailer from EA sports. NHL 15 boasts some new features like next gen graphics, new commentary, better puck physics, better collision physics and more realistic crowd graphics but the question we always ask is how good will the game play be? Everyone has their favourite EA NHL year from the classic NHL 94 all the way to last years NHL 14….Do you think with the intro of new gaming systems like PS4 and Xbox One that EA has the opportunity to take the NHL gaming series to the next level or is it same old, same old?