Rob Bordson continued to struggle since turning pro. He followed up a bad October (2 assists in 8 games) with an even worse November (1 goal in 11 games).
Shane Harper had a productive month in the ECHL (3 G, 6 A in 8GP) to earn himself a promotion to the Phantoms of the AHL where he record 2 assists in 6 games.
Ben Holmstrom showed a small improvement this month by recording 4 points, 3 being in goals, in 12 games compared to 1 goal in 11 games last month.
Johnathan Kalinski’s had a productive October scoring 3 goals and assisting on 4 others, but tailed off a bit in November with only 3 assists.
Dave Labcreque continued to produce at a point per game clip and from accounts he has improved his defensive game.
Tye McGinn had a successful month finishing with 2 goals and 6 assists over 8 games.
Brendan Ranford turned it up a notch this month and topped his 19 points in 11 games in October with 22 points in 11 games in November. He is on pace for 66 goals and 121 points which would shatter his career high of 29 goals and 65 points. He currenly is the WHL leading goal scorer with 24 goals in 26 games. He also the second leading point getter with 44 points.
Eric Wellwood was one of the most productive Phantoms forwards in November, scoring 2 goals and recording 2 assists in 8 games.
|Rob Bordson||Adirondack Phantoms||11||1||0||-8|
|Michael Chaput||Lewiston Maineiacs||11||3||5||+6|
|Shane Harper||Adirondack Phantoms||6||0||2||-3|
|Ben Holmstrom||Adirondack Phantoms||12||3||1||-9|
|Jonathan Kalinski||Adirondack Phantoms||12||0||3||-3|
|Dave Labrecque||Shawinigan Cataractes||8||5||4||+3|
|Stefan Legein||Adirondack Phantoms||8||1||2||-4|
|Tye McGinn||Gatineau Olympiques||6||2||6||+3|
|Luke Pither||Adirondack Phantoms||8||2||0||-7|
|Brendan Ranford||Kamloops Blazers||10||11||11||+3|
|Zac Rinaldo||Adirondack Phantoms||11||0||1||-6|
|Andrew Rowe||Adirondack Phantoms||12||1||1||-5|
|Mike Testwuide||Adirondack Phantoms||8||0||1||-5|
|Eric Wellwood||Adirondack Phantoms||8||2||2||-6|
Ricard Blidstrand flashed a little bit of offense this month. He scored all 4 of his points in November.
Erik Gustafsson remained the Phantoms best offensive performer with 9 points in 12 games played.
Tyler Hostetter continued to produce at a point per game clip and was one of the league leader’s in scoring for a defenseman before going down with an injury. He also managed to be even on the month in plus/minus after being a -12 in October.
Joonas Lehtivuori’s offensive production (3 points in 10 games) slowed down a bit compared to last month (6 points in 11 games).
Brandon Manning cooled down after a blazing October (18 points in 11 games), but his 3 goals and 9 points remained impressive.Ricard Blidstrand flashed a little bit of offense this month. He scored all 4 of his points in November.
|Ricard Blidstrand||Regina Pats||12||2||2||-7|
|Marc-Andre Bourdon||Adirondack Phantoms||12||0||2||-1|
|Erik Gustafsson||Adirondack Phantoms||12||1||8||-16|
|Tyler Hostetter||Erie Otters||6||1||5||0|
|Oliver Lauridsen||St. Cloud State University||6||0||1||-2|
|Joonas Lehtivuori||Adirondack Phantoms||10||0||3||-9|
|Brandon Manning||Chilliwack Bruins||11||6||3||-4|
|Kevin Marshall||Adirondack Phantoms||12||0||2||-8|
|Danny Syvret||Adirondack Phantoms||8||3||2||-8|
Nic Riopel’s excellent performance in the ECHL ended up earning him a call up to the Phantoms of the AHL. He had a .932 save percentage and a 2.51 goals against in 4 starts with Greenville.
Brian Stewart had a rough go in the two gamesd he played with the Phantoms which got him demoted to the ECHL. He plaed well in three games he started, posting a .918 save percentage and a 2.68 goals against average.
|Johan Backlund||Adirondack Phantoms||7||1||5||3.95||.857|
|Adam Morrison||Saskatoon Blades||8||4||3||2.98||.883|
|Nic Riopel||Adirondack Phantoms||5||0||4||3.61||.860|
|Brian Stewart||Greenville Road Warriors||3||2||1||2.68||.918|