Playoff Tree
RSHL at a Glance
Top Point Leaders
Patrice Bergeron (CBJ) 19 17 36
Patrick Kane (CBJ) 17 16 33
Brad Marchand (MON) 12 21 33
Defense Point Leaders
Roman Josi (MON) 4 18 22
Marc-Edouard Vlasic (CBJ) 3 17 20
Kevin Shattenkirk (CBJ) 3 10 13
GAA Leaders
Pheonix Copley (MON) 2.27
Tuukka Rask (CBJ) 2.31
Robin Lehner (EDM) 2.43
Top Goal Scorers
Patrice Bergeron (CBJ) 19 17 36
Patrick Kane (CBJ) 17 16 33
Leon Draisaitl (MON) 17 11 28
Rookie Points Leaders
Erik Cernak (CBJ) 3 6 9
Rasmus Dahlin (SJ) 2 3 5
Elias Pettersson (EDM) 2 2 4
S% Leaders
Pheonix Copley (MON) 0.924%
Robin Lehner (EDM) 0.915%
Devan Dubnyk (BUF) 0.913%

Same as previously, this is where the "award a day process" of announcing our winners will be posted.

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Tradeboard Updates
Likely staying are Huberdeau, Dubois and Danault.. Iíd like to keep Fleury too but itís not worth keeping him with the current Wild situation. 

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Min GM Lemyre back

Good morning Gentlemans!

First of all, I just want to congratulate the Columbus Blue Jackets on their first Stanley Cup championship!

Just want to let you know that, like the NHL, Iím back. Some of you, the funny ones, might say that you didnít realised that I was gone but let just say that I needed to push the family reset button. :)

Send in your trade ...more

Posted: 5/24/2020

Hurry up and wait!

So now that the cup has been won, all the awards announced, it would appear we are in a holding pattern. More and more sounds like we should see NHL hockey sometime, which will confirm what will happen with stats, then we can make a decision on what we will need to do... No real direction here, but the front page was losing articles, so I thought I would ramble here for a few moments.

AS I' ...more

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Last reply:  admin
Originally Posted: 5/17/2020


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