Scoring leaders

FHL scoring leaders as the fourth week comes to a close.

In week four of the FHL season Bear Communications’ Randy Crofts has proven that he is the player to beat.

With six goals and seven assists Crofts has held onto his standing as first place scoring leader.

Also skating in for Bear Communications is Lee Naeth.

Naeth has earned a total of 10 points so far, with seven goals and three assists.

With four goals and six assists Blue Collar’s Colin Keis is ranked among the top scorers with 10 points.

Justin Rasmussen, Blue Collar and Kevin Hesselgrave, Fraser River remain tied for the time being both skating in with six goals and three assists for a total of nine points.

Also scoring nine points, with two goals and seven assists, was Bear Communications Glen Boudreau.

Fraser River’s Jason Johnson followed with a total of eight points, four goals and four assists.

Wade Fenton of Serenity Builders has scored a total of three goals and five assist so far in the season, for eight points overall.

Skating in with a total of six points, four goals and two assists, was Blue Collar’s Les Nylen.

Scott Fairless and Wade Price are tied up with two goals and four assists, bringing their total up to six points overall.

Serenity Builders Chad Swanson is holding strong at five points, with four goals and one assist.

Also skating into the fifth week with five points is Blue Collar’s Bruce Broughton, two goals and three assists and Mark Courtney, with five assists.

Skating with four points overall is Blue Collar’s Ian Hannah, two goals and two assists, Fraser River’s Derek Burdikin and Bear’s Bob Merta both with one goal and three assists.

Serenity Builder’s Chris Royle finishes off the top scoring leaders with three points, two goals and one assist.

 

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