Admin Victor 9,932 Posted March 11, 2022 Admin Share Posted March 11, 2022 Is this the last Point Task I do? Ever? Maybe. For Rara – almost definitely. Anyway I was updating career stats and found a few mildly interesting tidbits to entertain anyone who wants to read this. Malmo had a good time in the 70s. Truly coming into their own after joining the league in S66, the Nighthawks won the cup in S75 and S79. Although there was a rebuild in between the two championships, a few lucky players got to be on both cup-winning teams. So imagine being Carson Walkers and Kevin Sterk. 3 seasons in the VHL, all with Malmo.... from S76 to S78, missing out on both championships. @Cwalker @M1nT Shoutout in the meantime to Jordan Tate for being the first player in VHL history to finish their career with 69 career points. Nice @Aye my name jeff Rhynex Entertainment @Rhynex Entertainment had an interesting career. Committing to a New York team which went nowhere for 7 seasons, he's not going to go into the Hall of Fame but he did have a nice time, always hitting the point-per-game mark and retiring with 630 points, more than most contemporaries. Even better, because the Americans made a lonely playoff appearance during Entertainment's career which lasted just 4 games, his 8 games that series means he has a 2-point-per-game career playoff pace. That is second only to Brett Slobodzian and yes, beats out Scotty Campbell. (Red Lite @Tate isn't far behind with only those 4 games to his name and 6 points, coupled with 439 points in 360 games he will be one of the “what if” stories of the VHL) Tate, Rhynex Entertainment and Shindigs 1 1 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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