The St. John’s Junior Hockey League scoring leader early in the season is Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals forward Ben Cleary. He has played in five games and has sniped three goals and added eight assists for 11 points.
Second in the scoring race is his teammate Adam Caines. Caines has played four games and has scored two goals and setup eight others for ten points.
|Benjamin Cleary||Avalon Capitals||5||3||8||11|
|Adam Caines||Avalon Capitals||4||2||8||10|
|Joey Trenholm||St. John’s Caps||3||6||2||8|
|Grant Thompson||Mount Pearl Blades||5||4||4||8|
|Bradley Budden||CBN Stars||6||6||2||8|
|Tyler Bennett||Northeast Celtics||6||4||4||8|
The top goaltender so far in the season is Aaron Small also of the Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals. He has appeared in three games and has two wins and one loss. He has a goald against average of 1.88 and a save percentage of 0.947.
Coady Edwards of the Trinity Placentia Flyers is second in the goaltenders performance with a record in one game played of one win and he has a 2.00 goals against average with a save percentage of 2.00.
|Aaron Small||Avalon Capitals||1.88||3||2||1||0||5|
|Coady Edwards||Trinity Placentia Flyers||2.00||1||1||0||0||2|
|Jordan Ryan||Mount Pearl Blades||2.01||2||1||1||0||4|
|Brett Davies||Mount Pearl Blades||2.42||2||1||1||0||5|
|Mitchell Puddister||CBR Renegades||2.61||3||2||1||0||8|
|Redmond Hunt||St. John’s Caps||2.67||3||3||0||0||8|