Random WHL Stats as of February 6

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If the playoffs started today …

Regina vs Saskatoon (Pats lead season series 3-0-1-0)

Medicine Hat vs Brandon (Tigers lead the season series 2-1)

Moose Jaw vs Swift Current (Warriors lead the season series 2-1)

Lethbridge vs Red Deer (Hurricanes lead the season series 4-0-1-0, 1 of the wins was in overtime)

Prince George vs Portland (Cougars lead the season series 2-1, 1 win was in a shootout)

Everett vs Victoria (Silvertips lead the season series 2-0)

Kamloops vs Kelowna (Blazers lead the season series 5-2-0-1)

Seattle vs Tri City (Thunderbirds lead the season series 4-0)

Since the Christmas break – Sam Steel (Regina) 19 GP 38 points, Adam Brooks (Regina) 19 GP 36 points, Matteo Gennaro (Calgary) 21 GP 35 points, Giorgio Estephan (Lethbridge) 18 GP 30 points, Tyler Steenbergen (Swift Current) 17 GP 30 points, Tyler Wong (Lethbridge) 18 GP 29 points, Nick Henry (Regina) 19 GP 29 points, Jayden Halbgewachs (Moose Jaw), 20 GP 28 points, Aleksi Heponiemi (Swift Current) 17 GP 27 points, Tyler Coulter (Brandon) 17 GP 27 points, Brett Howden (Moose Jaw) 19 GP 27 points and Brayden Burke (Moose Jaw) 20 GP 27 points.

The top 6 point scorers are from the Eastern Conference – Sam Steel (Regina), Adam Brooks (Regina), Jayden Halbgewachs (Moose Jaw), Chad Butcher (Medicine Hat), Mason Shaw (Medicine Hat) and Tyler Wong (Lethbridge).

Top point producer from the Western Conference is Cody Glass of the Portland Winterhawks and he is 7th overall.

14 of the top 20 in the point scoring race are from the East.

Michael Rasmussen (Tri City) has league best 15 power-play goals, Mark Rassell (Medicine Hat) leads with 6 shorthanded goals.

Adam Brooks (Regina) leads with 31 power-play points, Sam Steel (Regina) and Tanner Kaspick are tied for 1st with 9 shorthanded points.

6 of the top 7 +/- players are from Regina – Sergey Zborovskiy 57, Chase Harrison 42, Sam Steel 41, Austin Wagner 38, Adam Brooks 36, Clayton Kirichenko (Medicine Hat) 36 and Dawson Leedahl 35.

Top the top 6 goals against average come from goalies in the Western Conference – Carter Hart (Everett), Connor Ingram (Kamloops), Ty Edmonds (Prince George), Ryan Toth (Seattle), Griffen Outhouse (Victoria) and Dylan Ferguson (Kamloops).

9 of the top 11 rookie scoring leaders are import players.

Top North American Rookies – Nick Henry (Regina) 60, Trey Fix-Wolansky (Edmonton) 38, Luka Burzan (Moose Jaw) 22, Will Warm (Edmonton) 22, Calen Addison (Lethbridge) 22, Michael Farren (Saskatoon) 22, Ty Smith (Spokane) 22 and Cole Fonstad (Prince Albert) 21.

There has been 7 successful penalty shots on 26 attempts.

Penalty minute leaders – Kelowna 19.04 minutes per game, Edmonton 18.49 and Red Deer 16.83.

Lowest penalty minutes – Everett 9.88 minutes per game, Moose Jaw 12.49 and Seattle 12.55.

Calgary has played a league high 17 overtime games, Medicine Hat has the lowest at 5.

In shootouts – The shooters are successful 29.1% of the time or the goalies are successful 70.9%.

– Tri City 63.6% (7 for 11), Prince George 61.5% (8 of 13) and Medicine Hat 50% (3 for 6) have the shootout shooting highest percentages.

– Prince Albert 0.0% (0 for 5), Regina 0.0% (0 for 3) and Spokane 6.7% (1 for 15) are the lowest in the same category.

– Kelowna 88.9% (8 of 9), Spokane 86.7% (13 of 15) and Kootenay 83.3% (15 of 18) have best save percentages in the shootout.

– Vancouver .385% (5 of 13), Prince Albert 40.0% (2 of 5), Regina 50% (1 of 2) and Red Deer 50% (5 of 10) have the lowest in the same category.

When scoring the first goal – Seattle 21-1-1-1 .917%, Regina 30-1-3-1 .914% and Prince George 31-2-3-0 .903% lead the way.

Victoria is the only team not to win a game when trailing after 2 periods (0-17-1-0).

Seattle has a league best 6 wins when trailing after 2 periods (6-12-0-0).

Prince George has won a league best 16 1-goal games, Seattle has won 15 (15-5-3-2) and Tri City has won 15 (15-4-3-0).

Spokane has lost 17 1-goal games (9-9-6-2), Swift Current has lost 16 (13-8-3-5) and Kootenay has lost 16 (7-8-7-1).

Player with the most points with zero penalty minutes – Devon Skoleski Everett 24.

Point Leaders By Team

Brandon Wheat Kings – Reid Duke 57

Calgary Hitmen – Matteo Gennaro 61

Edmonton Oil Kings– Davis Koch 54

Everett Silvertips – Patrick Bajkov 61

Kamloops Blazers– Deven Sideroff 61

Kelowna Rockets – Kole Lind 66

Kootenay Ice – Colton Kroeker 39

Lethbridge Hurricanes– Tyler Wong 73

Medicine Hat Tigers – Chad Butcher 78

Moose Jaw Warriors – Jayden Halbgewachs 80

Portland Winterhawks – Cody Glass 71

Prince Albert Raiders – Jordy Stallard 37

Prince George Cougars – Nikita Popugaev 59

Red Deer Rebels – Michael Spacek 64

Regina Pats – Sam Steel 92

Saskatoon Blades – Braylon Shmyr 49

Seattle Thunderbirds – Ethan Bear 45

Spokane Chiefs – Kailer Yamamoto 64

Swift Current Broncos – Tyler Steenbergen 67

Tri City Amercians – Morgan Geekie 69

Vancouver Giants – Tyler Benson 42, Ty Ronning 42

Victoria Royals – Matthew Phillips 64

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