R League – Weekly Update (July 19, 2016)
CONGRATS TO THE WINGS WHO TAKE A TWO POINT HEADSTART INTO THE SAM CUPP PLAYOFFS!
CONGRATS TO THE FOLLOWING STATISTICAL LEADERS:
- POINTS – JAMES GEORGE – 50
- GOALS – CHUCK MOURAINE – 27
- ASSISTS – MIKE ALA & RONNIE MELTSNER – 25
- PENALTY MINUTES – CHUCK MOURAINE – 26
- GOALS AGAINST – BOBBY RUTKOSKE – 2.09
- SHUTOUTS – BOBBY RUTKOSKE – 3
LEAFS 2 STARS 0
Brian Miller and the Leafs extinguish the Stars slight chance of ending up tied for the top spot in the standings. Miller was superb in nets! Al Sparks and Steve “Barney Miller” Dietrich score second period goals for the Leafs in this penalty free game. No Stars were out tonight.
BRUINS 2 HABS 0
Another two zip shutout as Mike Mostyn shuts out the Frenchmen. Brian Belloli with the game winning power play marker for the Bruins. Bobby Watson adds on an empty netter. No French highlights.
WINGS 1 HAWKS 1
Another goaltending duel as subs Paul Kaczmarek and Superman stand tall in the nets! Smooth skating John Zuccarini ties the game up for the Wings. Steve Orr with the Hawks marker.
BRUINS 4 LEAFS 1
Looking in playoff form – Bob “Bugsy” Watson with the deuce for the Bruins. Brian Belloli and Joe Plati with singles. Goaltender Mike Mostyn with a 10 save game. Tough guy Charis Zanke with the lone Leafs goal.
STARS 4 WINGS 3
Captain and former Police Chief Howard Smith buries the game winning goal for the Stars in a very possible championship game preview. Stevie Lambert, Tommy Trice and sub “Motor City” Eddie Kowalczyk with singles. Wings – The league’s leading goal scorer and penalty minute leader scorer Chuck Mouraine, Gerry Krause and sub “Magnum” Higgins.
HAWKS 8 HABS 1
The Hawks have a field day and beat up on the Habs. Deuces wild for Dave “Buckeye” Wahl(Also 3 Helpers), Steve Orr and Jimmy “Boog” Powell. Singles for the league’s leading scorer James George(Also 3 Helpers) and sub McRae. Rick Batchelder also pitched in with 3 helpers. Goalie sub Superman with a very light workload in this penalty free game. Big Ben Haynes with the lone French marker.