Not only is Justin Schultz having a pretty good go of it down in OKC, some cat named Jordan Eberle was named the AHL’s Player of the Month of November.
Eberle had himself a productive November. How productive was it? Well, pretty productive. 21 points productive (10-11-21) in thirteen games, in fact. That’s over a point and a half per game, a number that’s pretty hard to top in any league, let alone the highest level of professional hockey currently being played at this time in North America.
Eberle’s current point total sits at 27 (12-15-27) in 20 games, good for second in team scoring behind Justin Schultz, who is having a pretty fantastic rookie campaign so far. Schultz was just awarded the November Rookie of the Month award, so we’ll have something to ogle over tomorrow. Schultz, of course, was the winner of October’s Player of the Month award.
Things looking good on OKC Ranch. Maybe they’ll look good in Edmonton in 2013.
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