Monday, March 28, 2011

2010-2011 season stats

Well, the season has come to a close, and the boys made us all proud. Hunter Tremblay has finished his fourth year with an amazing 201 regular season points and 232 career points (including playoffs and nationals). His full career numbers can be found here.

As for the V-Reds season as a whole, you can download the statistics here. (Excel Spreadsheet, 15.7 MB)

Six more months, and we can start all over again...


LET'S GO V-REDS!!!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Championship Game - a great team game - all cylinders smoking. One of the players said once; 'I've never been on a team before where EVERYONE is on the same page'. All the Reds played strong as noted by the McGill coach.
Appreciate the link to Tremblay stats. Thought he was a standout in the three games - honest, hard playing hockey. Wondering at the stats where Tremblay is ahead in goals and assists but is listed as #3 and #2 respectively.

Anonymous said...

I thought the entire Tremblay-Culligan-Todd line was invisible against the Dinos. Proved to work out fine, but the tournament could have gone a whole lot differently if Kidd doesn't score with seconds to go!

Anonymous said...

The closeness of the Calgary game was probably due to a large part to the physical and emotional wear of the AUS finals. Neither UNB or X played their best hockey that first night.

It was also due to the dreaded trap and the amount of let's call it close checking that was allowed by officials in that game. Calgary deserves credit for doing what they had to do to shut down UNB.

Anonymous said...

To anonymous at 6;04 am. the game is over ..the tournament is over...the season is over...we won..yahoooooo.this glass is half full......

Anonymous said...

Again - to anonymous at 6:04 - Tremblay, Culligan, Todd played some great hockey. Maybe they weren't on the score sheet as much as you would have liked, but they were in the corners first, giving more hits than they took and generally controlling the play. They had 4 of the 10 goals, checked the other teams' top lines, and at the same time saw a lot of minutes on the PK and PP.
As the previous poster wrote - let it go, and let's celebrate.