by Andre Spence

Four games were played in week nine of the ALL East. The Whitby Steelhawks continue to lead the standings with seven wins and one loss, and the Paris RiverWolves continue their second-place standing.

During the week’s games, some new scoring leaders emerged. Parker Pipher from the Toronto Monarchs stays consistent with the most goals in the league, but his spot is now being shared with two others.

Nikolai Farrus from the Whitby Steelhawks, Jake Mcnabb from the Brampton Express along with Pipher all have 21 goals. Pipher is averaging 3.5 goals per game (GPG), Farrus is averaging 3 GPG, and Mcnabb is averaging 3.5 GPG.

Gareth Haigh from the Oshawa Outlaws is the next runner-up with 20 goals.

Devin Pipher from the Whitby Steelhawks is the assists leader in the East. He has 44 through eight games. The runner-ups are John St. John from the Oshawa Outlaws with 41, and Parker Pipher is third with 31.

Pipher from the Steelhawks also leads the East in total points. He has 53 so far and is followed by Parker Pipher with 52, and St. John with 51.

Chase Martin from the Ohsweken Bears continues to lead the league with the best goals-against average (GAA). He’s averaging a 10.96 GAA over five games. Lukas Coote from the Whitby Steelhawks has the second-best average of 11.26 GGA, and Chase Cosgrove has the third with 11.70 GAA.