100/100 Club.....

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100/100 Club.....

Postby KnightHawk » Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:34 pm

I was having a look at the stats because I'm into that sort of thing. :lol: :wink:

Looking at the top point getters, something stuck out like a sore thumb:

Joseph Blandisi has more than 100 points and more than 100 penalty minutes. Hence...the 100/100 Club.

I was thinking.....how rare is that?

The last person to do that?

LAST SEASON! Dane Fox had 107 points and 122 PIM.

The time before that was back in the 2007-08 season. At that time, THREE players got into the 100/100 Club:

Luca Caputi (Niagara) (111/107)
Chris Terry (Plymouth) (101/107)
Michael Swift (Niagara) (100/130)

On that note, the IceDogs have been in Niagara for 7 seasons?

Wow....where HAS the time gone? :P

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Postby Duke Guy » Thu Mar 19, 2015 1:08 pm

This is going back 25 years but one of my favourite juniors was a member of the 100/200 Club:

Owen Nolan with the OHL Cornwall team had 111 points & 240 PIM's.
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Re: 100/100 Club.....

Postby duke1036 » Thu Mar 19, 2015 4:00 pm

Duke Guy wrote:This is going back 25 years but one of my favourite juniors was a member of the 100/200 Club:

Owen Nolan with the OHL Cornwall team had 111 points & 240 PIM's.


I remember one night at the Yardmen, my wife had to work so her seat was empty. Doug Risebrough (sp) asked if he could sit for a bit
(scouting for Calgary ??). I was used to seeing Nolan play and told him he had a style like Mark Messier; he was aghast
and said "don't spread that around we'll never even get a shot at drafting him".
(I always regretted not asking him back to the house for a beer after the game, instead of giving him advice on which local hotel
would be a good choice for him to stay in after the game).
Gump Worsley autographed a $2.00 bill for me at another Cornwall game where he was scouting (maybe for the NY Rangers ?), and pointed
out that Rob Ray was giving Bryan Marchment fits, every time they were on the ice together.
Doug Gilmour was a Royal at one time also I think...gritty guys.
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