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1.)No, the career stats are just regular season.
2.)Here is a list of the best Bruin goalies in each of the 24 years they have been in the KFHL.
A good argument could be made that Darcy Meade, who was the best goalie in the league (based on goals against average) in
1999, was the "best" of the best.
1989 Jeff Hay
1990 Shawn Bryan
1991 Joel Mittelstaedt
1992 Kevin Aspinall
1993 John Shook
1994 Pat Kenyon
1995 Lacey Owen
1996 Jason Silsbee
1997 Nick Newton
1998 Kevin Fassett
1999 Darcey Meade *
2000 Darcey Meade
2001 Caleb Suntken
2002 Josh Hall
2003 Josh Hall
2004 Josh Hall
2005 Jennifer Powers
2006 Jesse Powers
2007 Jennifer Powers
2008 Ryan Mudge
2009 Logan Ramey
2010 Nick Caldwell
2011 Isaac Fisher
2012 Noah Meyers
3.) Neither one ! Grant ( who some might argue was one of the best D in the KFHL when he played in that position)
didn't play on defense in enough periods to make the list in 2009. He was in goal for the Kings a lot (16 of 33 possible periods)
and was among the top in that position.
4.)The Canadiens have been the KFHL Playoff Champions on 5 occasions(1998, 1999, 2001, 2005 &
2011. The Maple Leafs have won 4 and Red Wings have won 3 Playoff Championships. The Bruins, Flyers, Blackhawks, Kings,
Northstars, and Senators twice were Playoff Champs.
5.)Ben Fox scored an incredible 31 goals for the Red Wings in the 1999 KFHL season. In the 2000 season Drew
Kersjes had 30 to come close. (Those were both in 11 game seasons.)
6.)The MVP is only chosen for the Playoffs each year (not for the regular season).
7.) The MVP of the playoffs (there isn't one picked for the regular KFHL season)
is chosen for being the one team member most responsible for the Playoff Champions winning the playoffs.
8.)The Senators had many very good players over the years they were in the KFHL. Gunner Tobias had the
most goals. Go to the Senators page to see some of the rest listed.
9.) The Canadien
who scored the most goals during his time as a Canadien(1999-2002) was Bandon Courtney with 53. He had 72 points altogether
during those years. He holds the record for goals in a season by a Canadien with 26 in 2002. Interestingly, he didn't play
as a sixth grader in 2003 ! Owen Bailey's 19 in 2014 is the second highest for them in one season.