Sunday, February 25, 2007

Haydar Continues To Score

He's played four games for the Atlanta Thrashers this year and 54 games for their AHL affiliate, the Chicago Wolves, and he has matched his point total of 92 points from last year. That's right, in 26 fewer games Darren Haydar has matched his 92 points from last year (good enough for an AHL 5th best then, first now). While he would have quite a feat of beating the AHL all-time single season point record he could definitely come close having already set the record for longest point-streak in AHL history at 38 games.

Congrats Darren!

Go 'Cats!


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