WCHA - Whos Hot?

Since the start of the year (January 1st, 2013) I pulled some stats to figure out who's been making a second-half charge.  Split by position and desending by points-per-game.  To bad the Dogs can't figure their crap out.


Forwards:
Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts.
Pts./G
PPP
Ryan Walters
Jr.
Nebraska Omaha
4
3
5
8
2.00
1
Danny Kristo
Sr.
North Dakota
6
6
4
10
1.67
5
Corban Knight
Sr.
North Dakota
6
3
7
10
1.67
7
Nate Condon
Jr.
Minnesota
5
4
4
8
1.60
2
Sam Warning
So.
Minnesota
5
2
6
8
1.60
2
Josh Archibald
So.
Nebraska Omaha
4
6
0
6
1.50
1
Matt White
Jr.
Nebraska Omaha
4
2
4
6
1.50
1
Drew LeBlanc
Sr.
St. Cloud State
4
1
5
6
1.50
2
Rylan Schwartz
Sr.
Colorado College
6
1
8
9
1.50
6
Tanner Lane
Fr.
Nebraska Omaha
4
2
3
5
1.25
2


Defensemen:
Year
Team
GP
G
A
Pts.
Pts./G
PPP
Nate Schmidt
Jr.
Minnesota
5
1
6
7
1.40
4
Andrej Sustr
Jr.
Nebraska Omaha
4
2
2
4
1.00
2
Nick Jensen
Jr.
St. Cloud State
4
2
2
4
1.00
1
Mike Biovin
Sr.
Colorado College
6
5
1
6
1.00
3
Zach Palmquist
So.
Minnesota State
6
2
4
6
1.00
5
David Makowski
Jr.
Denver
6
1
5
6
1.00
4
Dillon Simpson
Jr.
North Dakota
6
0
6
6
1.00
4
Scott Mayfield
So.
Denver
6
0
5
5
0.83
1
Nolan Zajac
Fr.
Denver
6
0
5
5
0.83
4
Tim Smith
Jr.
Minnesota Duluth
3
0
2
2
0.67
0


Goalies:
Year
Team
GP
Mins
GAA
SV%
Joel Rumpel
So.
Wisconsin
4
244
0.74
97.2%
Pheonix Copley
Fr.
Michigan Tech
4
243
1.98
94.1%
Ryan Faragher
So.
St. Cloud State
3
179
1.67
93.2%


We'll see how the weekend pans out, but the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs will not have a chance to gain any ground point-wise as they play an exhibition game against the US U-18 group.

Enjoy.

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