Monday, February 15, 2010

Tremblay Leads CIS Scoring Race

The final weekend of the AUS regular season is over, the playoff match-ups are all set, and the numbers have all been crunched. Hunter Tremblay wins the AUS scoring title and is leading the CIS scoring race with 57 points, including a CIS best 25 goals (plus the two missed by the refs and goal judges the other night confirmed by video replay). Unless something incredible happens out west and Alberta's Chad Klassen scores 14 points in 2 games, he should capture the CIS scoring title.  Travis Fullerton leads the CIS in Goals Against Average with 2.09.

UNB finshed with the top record, 27-1, and were number two to McGill in scoring with 143 goals to McGill's 156.

UNB also increased its home attendance this season to 2820,topping last season's record of 2495, good enough for tops in the AUS.

For more on Tremblay, check out Bruce Hallihan's article today's Daily Gleaner.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The goal that was waved off on the breakaway. Did the puck go through the net??

UNB Bruins Fan said...

Some very nice words by Belliveau regarding UNB and Tremblay in particular in that article.

Anonymous said...

Not only did it go through the net, but the first shot he took went in. Two goals waved off, time to replace the goal judge.

Anonymous said...

Bruins Fan, that is called "wishful thinking" by Belliveau :-)

Anonymous said...

I was down by the net...that shot 100% had to go through the net...no way it could have hit the net from the angle he was shooting without going through it....and I saw it hit the net.

Anonymous said...

that goal didnt go through the net.i was sitting right behind it and it went right of the post.it was close though

Anonymous said...

Well seeing as 90% of the people here saw the mesh move including the rogers replay..and when a puck hits the post there is no sound..i'm gonna go with ....noooo...It was in the net

Anonymous said...

Didn't count. Get over it.

Anonymous said...

Let's go V-Reds!