by Andre Spence

The ALL-East approaches its ninth week and the eighth week is similar to the last.

The Whitby Steelhawks lead the league in the standings with a record of six to one, with the Paris RiverWolves close behind.

Parker Pipher from the Toronto Monarchs maintained his lead of total goals in the league. He has 19 goals in seven games averaging 6.7 PPGA with a scoring percentage of 66 per cent.

Pipher’s team remains fifth in the standings with a record of three to four.

Chris Attwood from the Oshawa Outlaws sits in second place for total goals with 18. Three players are tied for the third spot.

Jacob Gasperetti from the Peterborough Timberman, Kurtis Woodland from the Paris Riverwolves, and Nikolai Farrus from the Whitby Steelhawks all have 17 points.

In terms of aiding goals, Devin Pipher from the Whitby Steelhawks passed John St. John from the Oshawa Outlaws in total assists. He has 36 total and helped bring the Steelhawks to their leading position.

St. John is the runner-up with 35 assists, and Parker Pipher from the Monarchs is third with 28.

The Ohsweken Bear’s Chase Martin continues his league-leading goalkeeping with a 9.74 GAA and 61 per cent save rate. The Bears have maintained their standing of sixth in the East with his defence.

The two runner-ups remain the same as last week. Lukas Coote from the Whitby Steelhawks has the second-best GAA, and Chase Cosgrove from the Paris RiverWolves is third.