Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Gaudreau, Carey Top National Scoring Leaders to Date
Looking at the most recent 2013-14 player statistics at USCHO.com, four of the top 11 scorers in Division I reside in the ECAC, four in Hockey East, two in the NCHC, and one in the Big Ten.
Boston College's Johnny Gaudreau is tied with St. Lawrence's Greg Carey (pictured) for the men's national scoring lead with 24 points, although Gaudreau has 12 goals to Carey's nine, and has done so in 13 games to Carey's 14. Carey, though, is also tied for the Division I lead with 15 assists.
Right behind them is Rensselaer's Ryan Haggerty, the NCAA goal-scoring leader with 15 tallies, who has a total of 20 points. Rounding out the top five are freshman Sam Anas of Quinnipiac with 10-10
–20 points, and Sam Warning of top-ranked Minnesota with 5-14–19 points.
Making up the rest of the top 12 are Providence's Ross Mauerman (19 points), Miami's Austin Czarnik (19) and Riley Barber (19), BC's Bill Arnold (18) and Kevin Hayes (18), and Quinnipiac's Kellen Jones (18). Arnold is also tied for first place in Division I with 15 assists. As for the rest, 12th place in national points is currently a logjam of five players with 17 points apiece.
In pre-Thanksgiving action tonight, Army visits American International in Atlantic Hockey, while the non-conference slate features Niagara at No. 14 Cornell, and Harvard at No. 20 New Hampshire. Tomorrow night, No. 4 Providence drops in on No. 5 Quinnipiac in a non-conference tilt.