Elischer, Smart Obliterate Session Scoring Records

In a marathon 14-game VRH session at Ambleside Saturday, Pat Elischer and Andrew Smart rewrote the Burton Hockey record book.

Taking advantage of the long session, Elischer's prodigious point-scoring resulted in a record 54 points, far and away the highest session total ever seen in Burton Hockey, 50 points long having been considered untouchable. This record (which includes an equally amazing 38 goals) well surpasses the previous record of 42 set by Kyle Grenier at last August's BUSH SuperSession. Perhaps even more amazing is that mark of 38 goals, which erases the ten-year old record of 30 set by Dustin Blair in eight games back in the inaugural 2000 season.

Not to be left out this day was Andrew Smart. Not only did Smart also best Grenier's record with 44 points, he also destroyed Elischer's own record of 23 assists, taking it to an absurd 29 in the process. Burton Hockey congratulates Pat and Andrew on their amazing achievements. Congratulations as well go to the entire Saturday crew for playing a record 14 games in one day.


Lee wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 20:34:00 PST
Congrats gentlemen. A shame neither of you can make it.
js wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 19:53:16 PST
Would love to be there boys but I think I'll be having an OK time drinking beers on the beaches in Thailand and Malaysia as well :P
Kyle wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 17:50:54 PST
Indeed! It'd be a blast to have you there!
Sam Lam wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 14:18:01 PST
YES!
Please come to the deca Andy. That was one killer session you and Pat had! Great job!
Bones wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 14:01:11 PST
JS you should stick around for the Deca then take off traveling again.
js wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 10:40:29 PST
Had a lot of help, its impossible to get 29 assists without other people finishing the plays off!
Stefan wrote on February 23, 2010 @ 09:29:39 PST
Congrats Pat and Andrew, killer days by both of you. When you two were on a line together you were simply unstoppable. What a great day for Burton Hockey!
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