What If...

The followings is a list of season scoring stats, in which each season (and thus the stats) have been adjusted to compare each season evenly in an 82-game season (this year's stats in italics):

Most Goals

Lee Orr 161, 2006

Seamus O'Connor 107, 2005

Lee Orr 103, 2003

Seamus O'Connor 102, 2006

Stefan Klopp 100, 2001

Joe Chwachka 98, 2001

Lorne Bilinski 96, 2002

Justin Gordon 94, 2004

Lee Orr 93, 2002

Stefan Klopp 93, 2002

Oliver Koth-Kappus 91, 2001

Stefan Klopp 88, 2006

K.J. O'Connor 85, 2004

Most Assists

Lee Orr 98, 2006

Oliver Koth-Kappus 95, 2006

Oliver Koth-Kappus 93, 2003

Oliver Koth-Kappus 88, 2005

Oliver Koth-Kappus 86, 2001

Seamus O'Connor 85, 2006

Stefan Klopp 79, 2001

Bernie Koth-Kappus 74, 2001

Seamus O'Connor 74, 2004

Lee Orr 73, 2003

Seamus O'Connor 73, 2005

Joern Hornhardt 72, 2001

Oliver Koth-Kappus 72, 2004

Most Points

Lee Orr 259, 2006

Seamus O'Connor 187, 2006

Seamus O'Connor 180, 2005

Stefan Klopp 179, 2001

Oliver Koth-Kappus 177, 2001

Lee Orr 176, 2003

Justin Gordon 160, 2004

Lee Orr 155, 2002

Stefan Klopp 152, 2002

Seamus O'Connor 149, 2004

Oliver Koth-Kappus 149, 2006

Dallas Sinclair 148, 2005

Stefan Klopp 147, 2006

Not only does this show what an insane year Lee had in 2006, it also demonstrates how excellent Oliver is at notching assists year after year and how Seamus is consistently at the top of of the scoring pile.


Andrew George wrote on January 12, 2007 @ 16:51:17 PST
Word on the street is Stefan Klopp used an illegally curved stick during the entire 2006 season. I for one believe his stats should be stricken from the records and he himself given the boot from this fine league.
Kyle wrote on December 29, 2006 @ 22:45:29 PST
As far as full-length seasons (i.e. not counting the tiny-assed years of 01-02), this is the first time by anyone.
Stefan wrote on December 25, 2006 @ 17:42:34 PST
Yeah Lee you had quite the year. If I was to guess, I would say that Bernie or Oliver have played a full year without missing a game before, but that is just a guess.

What I have loved so much about Burton hockey is the growth we have all seen as players. As every year goes by I think all of us as a group have become better players, and by doing so it has upped our game to new levels of play and competition. Here is to another year of some fantastic hockey with my friends.
Lee wrote on December 24, 2006 @ 23:34:22 PST
this was definitely my best/breakout year, i became a much better hockey player. not missing a game is fairly impressive too, has that ever been done before?
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