Kyle Grenier Sets New Single-Season Scoring Mark

It's only the end of August, and Kyle Grenier has already broken the records for most points in one season with 735; a record set last year that many thought would stand for a long time. With his 28 points in BUSH action yesterday, Grenier deposed Lee Orr's mark of 728 set last season. 1,000 points is well within reach, although this may prove challenging with "Ocho Ocho"'s relocation to Kelowna later this week. As well, Lee Orr sits at 671 points on the year and still has four months to retake the record. It should very interesting to watch the battle. Congratulations to Kyle on the greatest offensive season in Burton Hockey history!

Lee wrote on August 31, 2010 @ 13:08:35 PST
Grenier already got my congrats but i'll say it again. Thats more than 90% of players have scored in their career. and to Ollie, for 2000. the numbers are just flying by now.
Lee wrote on August 31, 2010 @ 13:05:36 PST
once they are all settled we should organize a session there and some of us head over to help kick KASH..or KUSCH.. off.
Bk wrote on August 31, 2010 @ 09:48:58 PST
Congrats dude! It wasn't that long ago that many of us were trying to get to 700... in ALL-TIME points.
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