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Legionnaires Scoring Leaders
MARCH 16, 2015

By Dan McCaffery

Davis Boyer leads all Sarnia Legionnaires in post season goals.  Ryan Trottier (background) leads in total points


The flashy forward has eight tallies in nine games. Counting his four assists, he has a dozen points to his credit.  Boyer is always quick to credit his linemates for his success and statistics prove he's right to do so.

In fact, Ryan Trottier has 12 helpers so far in the playoffs. He also has a goal, giving him a team-leading total of 13 points.

Cody Trowell Riley Babkirk

The third member of the line, Cody Trowell, has has nine points, including three goals.


After that, Legionnaire scoring is nicely spread out, with several players contributing. They include Riley Babkirk with seven points (three goals and four assists) and captain Nathan Mater and Jay Clarke with six points apiece.


Ryan Vendramin

Nathan Mater

Ryan Vendramin has four points, including three goals, one of them a game winner.

Mater leads the way in game winning goals, having collected two of them.


Cameron Clarke Tyler Prong Sam McCormack

Kyler Keating Hayden Allen

There has also been good production from the back end, with Sarnia's rearguards combining for eight goals. Cameron Clarke is tops among defencemen with three tallies, while Tyler Prong has two. Singles have been credited to Sam McCormack, Kyler Keating and Hayden Allen.

Forward Hunter Tyczynski has Sarnia's only shorthanded tally of the post season.


Jordan Fogarty (left), Brandon Layman (right)

Others who have hit the score sheet include Brandon Layman with two goals and an assist, Jordan Fogarty with one goal and two helpers and defensive forward Bobby King, who has a goal and an assist.


Jake O'Donnell Mitch Read

On top of that, rookie defenceman Jake O'Donnell has two helpers and rearguard Mitch Read has one.

Forward Tyler Longo has also chipped in with an assist.


Goalie Andrew Masters has six wins and a .901 save percentage.

The Legionnaires are in LaSalle Wednesday and home to the Vipers Thursday.

Currently, Sarnia leads the best-of-seven semi-final series 2-1 in games.









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