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Stats from the US Nationals 2017

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Updated: September 15, 2017
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Menlo Park dominated the games in day one and also in the overall statics. They only lost one game and that was the over time loss to Texas, where Cam Keneer had 20 saves and kept Menlo Park at their lowest scoring game with only 2 goals.

Robin Brown = Most Points and Most Assists

Vladimir Michalik = Most Goals

Points top 5
1. Robin Brown SJAZ 17
2. Vladimir Michalik Menlo Park FC 15
2. Jussi Hayhay Menlo Park FC 15
3. Sami Lehtonen Menlo Park FC 14
4. Andreas Sievert Menlo Park FC 10
4. Ryan Kutschinski Menlo Park RED 10
5. Ernest Darmo Southern California 9

Goals top 5
1. Vladimir Michalik Menlo Park FC 9
1. Sami Lehtonen Menlo Park FC 9
3. Chris Harte Southern California 8
3. Klas Berghede San Francisco 8
5. Michael Ristaniemi Menlo Park RED 7
5. Ernest Darmo Southern California 7
5. Robin Brown SJAZ 7

Assists top 5
1. Robin Brown SJAZ 10
2. Jussi Hayhay Menlo Park FC 9
3. Vladimir Michalik Menlo Park FC 6
4. Sami Lehtonen Menlo Park FC 5
5. Multiple players

Awards 2017

MVP

Cam Keneer, Texas
For best individual performance in the semifinal where he carried Texas to the final with 20 saves against two times reigning champions Menlo Park. Average saving percentage of 0.719 over the entire Nationals and a total of 114 saves.

Best Forward

Gabor Busser, Texas
For scoring the over time goal against MenloPark in the semifinal and a combined 8 points during the entire Nationals.

 

Best goalie
Petri Oljakka, Southern California

With consistent goal keeping and an average save percentage of 0.679%he showed great skills and was a intimidation factor for all forwards in every game.

Best defender

Fredrik Solscher, Menlo Park
A complete defender who is not only a shut down type player but also contributes with assists and goals for his team. Plays in all aspects of the game and special plays, Boxplay, Power play and involved in free hits as well.