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Inescapably Canadian Power Rankings: MLS Week 6/USL Week 4

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Canadians played key roles in the NASL reunion match between North Carolina FC and the Indy Eleven this past weekend.

Tyler Pasher scored what would stand up as the winning goal as Indy came into North Carolina and got a 1-0 result. NCFC’s Kyle Bekker had a chance to draw the game level in stoppage time, but he couldn’t convert his penalty-kick attempt. Pasher scored, Bekker didn’t, and that was the difference in a game that saw new Indy coach Martin Rennie go back to his old stomping grounds in Cary, N.C. Before going on to coach the Whitecaps, Rennie coached the then-Carolina RailHawks in the NASL.

USL action brought most of the highlights for Canadian players this past weekend, as Skylar Thomas scored for the Charleston Battery, and we’re all asking what the heck is wrong with the Ottawa Fury. The Fury has lost its first two games, and has a shocking -8 goal difference. And, the team is playing its Canada-eligible players a lot — an average of 443 minutes through these first two blowouts of the season.

Here are the rankings after the sixth week of MLS play/fourth week of USL action:

MLS MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, 464 (6)
  2. Will Johnson, Orlando, 450 (5)
  3. Samuel Piette, Montreal, 450 (5)
  4. Marcel de Jong, Vancouver, 365 (5)
  5. Mark-Anthony Kaye, LAFC, 341 (4)
  6. Dejan Jakovic, LAFC, 270 (3)
  7. Michael Petrasso, Montreal, 270 (3)
  8. Jonathan Osorio, TFC, 251 (3)
  9. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, 250 (3)
  10. Ashtone Morgan, TFC, 156 (2)
  11. Richie Laryea, Orlando, 114 (3)
  12. Raheem Edwards, Montreal, 112 (3)
  13. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, 74 (3)
  14. Louis Beland-Goyette, Montreal, 59 (2)
  15. Jay Chapman, TFC, 31 (1)
  16. David Choiniere, Montreal, 12 (1)
  17. Tosaint Ricketts, TFC, 12 (1)
  18. Kwame Awuah, NYCFC, 3 (2)
  19. Tesho Akindele, FC Dallas, 1 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, MLS MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2018

Montreal, 997/5 (199.4)

Vancouver, 1079/6 (179.8)

LAFC, 611/4 (152.75)

Toronto FC, 450/3 (150)

Orlando City, 564/5 (112.8)

NYCFC, 3/5 (0.6)

FC Dallas, 1/4  (0.25)

 

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Jordan Schweitzer, Colorado Springs, 444 (5)
  2. Skylar Thomas, Charleston, 360 (4)
  3. Paris Gee, Tulsa, 347 (4)
  4. Keven Aleman, Sacramento, 309 (4)
  5. Robert Boskovic, TFCII, 270 (3)
  6. Mauro Eustaquio, Penn FC, 270 (3)
  7. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, Fresno, 270 (3)
  8. Bradley Kamdem-Fewo, Fresno, 270 (3)
  9. Jordan Murrell, Reno, 270 (3)
  10. Karl Ouimette, Indy, 270 (3)
  11. Tyler Pasher, Indy, 270 (3)
  12. Luca Uccello, TFCII, 270 (3)
  13. Kyle Bekker, NCFC, 256 (3)
  14. Jordan Dover, Pittsburgh, 254 (3)
  15. Ryan James, Nashville, 247 (3)
  16. Michael Cox, Nashville, 222 (3)
  17. Aidan Daniels, TFCII, 210 (3)
  18. Amer Didic, Swope Park Rangers, 210 (3)
  19. Matthew Srbely, TFCII, 207 (3)
  20. Ryan Telfer, TFCII, 207 (3)
  21. Malik Johnson, TFCII, 183 (3)
  22. Zak Drake, Las Vegas, 181 (3)
  23. Angelo Cavalluzzo, TFCII, 180 (2)
  24. Callum Irving, Ottawa, 180 (2)
  25. Chris Mannella, Ottawa, 180 (2)
  26. Kyle Porter, Ottawa, 173 (2)
  27. Rocco Romeo, TFCII, 172 (2)
  28. Jamar Dixon, Ottawa, 154 (2)
  29. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, 154 (2)
  30. Josh Heard, Real Monarchs SLC, 117 (2)
  31. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Reno, 98 (2)
  32. Liam Fraser, TFCII, 90 (1)
  33. Darrin MacLeod, Swope Park Rangers, 90 (1)
  34. Jordan Hamilton, TFCII, 63 (1)
  35. Mastanabal Kacher, Real Monarchs SLC, 63 (1)
  36. Daniel Da Silva, TFCII, 59 (1)
  37. Daniel Haber, FC Cincinnati, 46 (3)
  38. Monti Mohsen, Ottawa, 45 (1)
  39. Terran Campbell, Fresno, 23 (3)
  40. Chris Nanco, Bethlehem Steel, 19 (2)
  41. Alessandro Riggi, Phoenix, 17 (2)
  42. Luca Ricci, Phoenix, 16 (1)
  43. Jordan Faria, TFCII, 15 (1)
  44. Shaan Hundal, TFCII, 8 (1)
  45. David Edgar, Nashville, 3 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, USL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2018

TFCII, 1934/3 (644.7)

Ottawa, 886/2 (443)

Indy Eleven, 540/3 (180)

Reno, 368/3 (122.7)

Nashville, 472/4 (118)

Fresno, 563/5 (112.6)

Charleston, 360/4 (90)

Penn FC, 270/3 (90)

Colorado Springs, 444/5 (88.8)

Tulsa, 347/4 (86.8)

NCFC, 256/3 (85.3)

Pittsburgh, 254/3 (84.7)

Sacramento, 309/4 (77.25)

Las Vegas, 181/3 (60.3)

Swope Park Rangers, 300/5 (60)

Real Monarchs SLC, 180/3 (60)

FC Cincinnati, 46/3 (15.3)

Phoenix, 33/4 (8.25)

Bethlehem Steel, 19/4 (4.75)

 

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2 Comments

  1. Ralph

    April 10, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    Maybe Ottawa needs to bench some players regardless of their nationality. Minus 8 after 2 games? Holy cow that’s bad. One bad game is expected now and then but 2 in a row you got to start making changes or you will have no fans left.

    Any word on what the attendance is in Ottawa these days?

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  2. Aargy

    April 10, 2018 at 7:36 am

    Inescapably Canadian Opta Index Week 6

    Kaye +449
    Johnson +378
    de Jong +272
    Davies +249
    Jackson-Hamel +217
    Piette +197
    Beland-Goyette +21
    Akindele -3
    Edwards -25

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