London Knight Pros win the Euro Can Cup

By , August 31, 2009 9:22 pm
London Knights Pros win the Euro Cup

London Knights Pros win the Euro Can Cup

Congratulations to Sam Gagner, Rob Schremp and Marc Pouliot and the rest of the London Knights Pros team for winning the 2009 Euro Can Cup. The London Knights went 3-0 to earn a bye into the final in which they won 7-4 over EV Zug. Sam Gagner finished the tournament first in points with a 3 points-per-game average, with 12 points in 4 games. Rob Schremp and Marc Pouliot each had 7 points in 4 games for 3rd in overall scoring.

Below are the tournament scoring leaders and scoring leaders for the London Knights Pros:

Tournament Scoring Leaders

Gagner, SamC484120311
Brunner, DamienF54590321
Holden, JoshF55278210
Schremp, RobC42572131
Pouliot, MarcRW41670010
McTavish, DaleF54264121
Purdie, BradF43364310
Richmond, DannyD41564020
Prust, BrandonC42354100
Syvret, DanD41450110
Leahy, PatF43140111
Dietrich, BrandonF33140100
Dupont, MickiD51344120
Fischer, PatrickD51342010
Schnyder, FabianF51340020
Oberkofler, DanielF41344000
Bertuzzi, ToddF21340120
Rüfenacht, ThomasF50442000
Camichel, DuriF50444030
Kompon, MikeF30442020

London Knights Pros Scoring

Gagner, SamC484120311
Schremp, RobC42572131
Pouliot, MarcRW41670010
Richmond, DannyD41564020
Prust, BrandonC42354100
Syvret, DanD41450110
Bertuzzi, ToddF21340120
Henry, AlexD41234000
Rodney, BryanD30334020
Gagner, DaveC42020001
Larmen, DrewC41120000
Barch, KrysLW41124001
Clarke, MattD41124010
Nystrom, EricLW40220000
Perry, AdamLW41010000
Varone, PhilF21012000
McCormick, CodyRW40110000
Paul, JeffD40002000
Paige, KyleLW30000000
Dennis, AdamG30000000
Rinaldo, ZacLW30006000
Haydar, DarrenRW20000000
Machesney, DarrenG10000000
Tarasuk, SteveD10000000
Hunter, DylanC10000000
All stats pulled from

7 Responses to “London Knight Pros win the Euro Can Cup”

  1. Antony Ta says:

    Guess Jay Dub was right about Schremp and the PP production. Nice to see Pouliot producing so well at EVs. Could actually make a decent 3C if he can start winning more faceoffs. I remember Pouliot had decent chemistry with both Pisani and Cogliano last year so that should make for flexibility in building the roster.

  2. Racki says:

    Ya Schremp is one of those guys, maybe like Kotalik, who possibly will be brought on somewhere (I say somewhere because I don’t think he’ll be an Oiler by the end of the year, but you never know) and play a specialist role on the PP, but fade away on a lower-minute line at even strength.

    As for Pouliot, yah, if you look at Hockey Analysis’ performance with/against for Pouliot, looks like Cogs and Gagner were his best linemates. I noticed that earlier on when I was snooping around there. Most people probably wouldn’t consider putting those 3 together though as Pouliot isn’t going to be the first guy to come to mind to play with those guys. As for Pisani with Pouliot, they didn’t really play much together last year, but the limited amount they did, they did well. However, yes, Pisani and Cogs were pretty good together. It almost sounds like a waste to have a Cogs, Pouliot, Pisani line.. but hey.. if it works, it works. Could possibly be a very good 3rd scoring line with some defensive upside.

  3. Horpensky says:

    4 pts in 12 games = 328 pts over 82 games 😀

    A tad optimistic, but I’m smelling a huge season from Gagner

  4. Racki says:

    Well, realistically, i think we can expect about 200 points from Gagner this year. 😛

    Seriously though, while he obviously wasn’t facing NHL-level competition, it’s still good to see him dominating out there. Moreso than a former near 100-point player 😉 (although in fairness, Big Bert only played 2 games, but at a 2PPG pace :P)

  5. Dallas says:

    Not sure if I mentioned it on this site before. But the last time Gagner started out like this was in that Russian tourney in his rookie year to boot. I am very pumped now cause he is two years older. I am predicting 65-75 pts from him this year.

  6. Racki says:

    That would be nice! Couldn’t really ask for any more than that, for his third year. I’d be very happy with that. And he really gave me a confidence boost (in him) watching him in the Super Series. He looked pretty dominant there, as well.

  7. Antony Ta says:

    Defensive upside… you don’t hear that one often! Especially on a line where two thirds consist of guys drafted for their offense. But if it helps Quinn roll four lines, I’m all for it.

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