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Intrinsically Canadian Power Rankings: MLS Week 21/NASL Week 18/USL Week 19

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July has featured a lot of “firsts” for Toronto FC’s Canadians. Not to be outdone by countrymen Ashtone Morgan and Jay Chapman, who each got their first-ever MLS goals earlier in the month, Raheem Edwards said “my turn” in Sunday’s 4-0 thrashing of NYCFC.

Edwards now has 910 minutes played, placing him sixth amongst all Canadians in MLS.

Also notable from this past weekend; Ben McKendry made his FC Edmonton debut in Sunday’s 2-1 loss to Indy. With the appearance, McKendry joins Maxim Tissot as the only Canadians who have played in MLS, USL and NASL this season.

Raheem Edwards

As we pass the halfway points of all three leagues’ seasons, we need to look at all of the Canadians who have played less than 500 minutes so far. Let’s break that down, 500 minutes only amounts to five and a half games of action. If these players can’t even get that kind of time, will these players be better served by the Canadian Premier League,  which hasn’t been officially announced, but has two franchises — Hamilton and Winnipeg — approved by Canada Soccer?

Here are this week’s latest rankings:

MLS MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Will Johnson, Orlando, 1797 (21)
  2. Cyle Larin, Orlando, 1575 (19)
  3. Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla, Montreal,  1017 (16)
  4. Tesho Akindele, FCD, 1005 (20)
  5. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, 1000 (15)
  6. Raheem Edwards, TFC, 910 (16)
  7. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, 648 (14)
  8. Tosaint Ricketts, TFC, 594 (13)
  9. Jonathan Osorio, TFC, 501 (15)
  10. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, 456 (11)
  11. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, 433 (7)
  12. Jay Chapman, TFC, 350 (9)
  13. Ashtone Morgan, TFC, 193 (4)
  14. Marcel de Jong, Vancouver, 183 (5)
  15. Jordan Hamilton, TFC, 120 (7)
  16. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, 106 (3)
  17. Maxime Crepeau, Montreal, 90 (1)
  18. Ben McKendry, Vancouver, 90 (1)
  19. Maxim Tissot, D.C. United, 90 (1)
  20. Louis Beland-Goyette, Montreal, 74 (1)
  21. Richie Laryea, Orlando, 54 (5)
  22. Tyler Pasher, Sporting KC, 45 (1)
  23. Brian Wright, New England, 37 (1)
  24. David Choiniere, Montreal,19 (2)
  25. Kwame Awuah, NYCFC, 2 (2)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, MLS MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

Orlando City, 3406/22 (154.8)

Montreal, 2739/20 (137)

Toronto FC, 2678/22 (121.7)

Vancouver, 1352/20 (67.6)

FC Dallas, 1005/20 (50.3)

D.C. United, 90/22 (4.1)

Sporting Kansas City, 45/22 (2)

New England, 37/21 (1.8)

New York City FC, 2/22 (0.1)

 

NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Drew Beckie, Jacksonville, 1473 (17)
  2. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, 1359 (17)
  3. Nana Attakora, San Francisco, 1350 (15)
  4. Kyle Bekker, San Francisco, 1309 (15)
  5. Allan Zebie, FCE, 1043 (13)
  6. Ben Fisk, FCE, 961 (11)
  7. Adam Straith, FCE, 949 (11)
  8. Dejan Jakovic, New York, 900 (10)
  9. Karl Ouimette, San Francisco, 773 (9)
  10. Mauro Eustaquio, FCE, 598 (9)
  11. Nik Ledgerwood, FCE, 583 (9)
  12. Nathan Ingham, FCE, 495 (6)
  13. Maxim Tissot, San Francisco, 349 (6)
  14. Tyson Farago, FCE, 225 (3)
  15. Ben McKendry, FCE, 32 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, NASL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

FC Edmonton, 4886/17 (287.4)

San Francisco, 3781/17 (222.4)

Jacksonville, 1473/17 (86.6)

Miami FC, 1359/17 (79.9)

New York, 900/17 (52.9)

 

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Mallan Roberts, Richmond, 1890 (21)
  2. Mastanabal Kacher, Colorado Springs, 1798 (21)
  3. Callum Irving, Ottawa, 1620 (18)
  4. Ryan James, Rochester, 1603 (19)
  5. Jordan Murrell, Reno, 1382 (16)
  6. Ryan Telfer, TFCII, 1360 (19)
  7. Jordan Dover, Rochester, 1301 (17)
  8. Amer Didic, Swope Park, 1271 (15)
  9. Ben McKendry, WFC2, 1203 (14)
  10. Eddie Edward, Ottawa, 1161 (15)
  11. Daniel Haber, Real Monarchs, 1127 (18)
  12. Bradley Kamdem Fewo, Rochester, 1124 (15)
  13. Liam Fraser, TFCII, 1115 (14)
  14. Kadin Chung, WFC2, 1097 (14)
  15. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, OCB, 1071 (13)
  16. David Norman Jr., WFC2, 1044 (14)
  17. Thomas Gardner, WFC2, 1041 (16)
  18. Jamar Dixon, Ottawa, 918 (15)
  19. Richie Laryea, OCB, 909 (11)
  20. Angelo Cavalluzzo, TFCII, 900 (10)
  21. Sergio Camargo, TFCII, 882 (13)
  22. Luca Uccello, TFCII, 859 (12)
  23. Terran Campbell, WFC2, 855 (12)
  24. Tyler Pasher, Swope Park, 855 (12)
  25. Jordan Schweitzer, OCB, 849 (13)
  26. Chris Nanco, Bethlehem Steel, 842 (14)
  27. Shaan Hundal, TFCII, 766 (12)
  28. Gloire Amanda, WFC2, 692 (16)
  29. Matthew Baldisimo, WFC2, 685 (12)
  30. Marco Bustos, WFC2, 663 (8)
  31. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Swope Park, 628 (12)     
  32. Dominick Zator, WFC2, 595 (7)
  33. A.J. Gray, Phoenix, 540 (13)
  34. Sean Melvin, WFC2, 540 (6)
  35. Michael Cox, OCB, 490 (8)
  36. Skylar Thomas, Charleston, 484 (11)  
  37. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, 479 (7)
  38. Paris Gee, Tulsa, 451 (10)     
  39. Marco Carducci, Rio Grande Valley FC, 450 (5)
  40. Kyle Porter, Tampa Bay, 427 (6)
  41. Aidan Daniels, TFCII, 408 (8)
  42. Malik Johnson, TFCII, 392 (10)    
  43. Julian Dunn-Johnson, TFCII, 379 (5)
  44. Mackenzie Pridham, Reno, 340 (11)  
  45. Maxim Tissot, Richmond, 340 (4)
  46. Mark-Anthony Kaye, Louisville, 318 (7)  
  47. Alessandro Riggi, Phoenix, 318 (7)
  48. Anthony Osorio, TFCII, 315 (5)
  49. Dante Campbell, TFCII, 311 (6)
  50. Jordan Hamilton, TFCII, 286 (4)
  51. Chris Serban, WFC2, 283 (5)
  52. Aron Mkungilwa, Ottawa, 233 (4)
  53. Ashtone Morgan, TFCII, 194 (3)
  54. Jay Chapman, TFCII, 180 (2)
  55. Josh Heard, Bethlehem Steel, 169 (8)
  56. Marco Dominguez, FC Cincinnati, 125 (3)
  57. Marcel DeBellis, Richmond, 90 (1)
  58. Raheem Edwards, TFCII, 90 (1)
  59. Patrick Metcalfe, WFC2, 73 (2)
  60. Mele Temguia, FC Cincinnati, 62 (1)
  61. Brian Wright, Tulsa, 30 (1)
  62. Nicolas Apostol, WFC2, 17 (1)
  63. Michael Baldisimo, WFC2, 13 (1)
  64. Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, Ottawa, 1 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, USL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

WFC2,8801/19 (463.2)

TFCII, 8437/20 (421.9)

Ottawa, 4412/18 (245.1)

Rochester, 4028/19 (212)

Orlando City B, 3359/19 (176.8)

Swope Park Rangers, 2754/19 (144.9)

Richmond, 2320/21 (110.5)

Reno,1722/18 (95.7)

Colorado Springs, 1798/21 (85.6)

Real Monarchs SC, 1127/19 (59.3)

Bethlehem Steel FC, 1011/19 (53.2)

Phoenix, 858/17 (50.5)

Tulsa, 481/17 (28.3)

Rio Grande Valley FC, 450/19 (23.7)

Charleston, 484/21 (23)

Tampa Bay, 427/21 (20.3)

Louisville City, 318/18 (17.7)

FC Cincinnati, 187/21 (8.9)

 

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3 Comments

  1. RalphTheDog

    August 1, 2017 at 5:08 pm

    Spencer Richey is eligible for CMNT and the CSA counts him but you don’t. Add another 1080 minutes to the Caps2 stats.

    Oh and before you start in with “he played for the US U17” so did Tesho before he chose Canada. To not include Richey when the CSA does makes your stats very unreliable.

    By the way you do include Tabla despite the fact he has publicly said he may play for Ivory Coast not Canada.

    You can’t have it both ways. Either you count both or neither until they commit.

    Reply

    • Steven Sandor

      August 1, 2017 at 6:03 pm

      And I did not count Tesho till he declared for Canada. If you go back in the archives you will see that’s the case.

      Reply

      • RalphTheDog

        August 2, 2017 at 1:14 pm

        You continue to duck the issue. The CSA says Richey counts. You just invent your own lame criteria to avoid counting him. Pathetic. You, like a lot of others, just love dumping on the Whitecaps despite Caps2 actually being ahead of TFC2 in total minutes without you counting Richey.

        You count Tabla and the CSA says he’s eligible so count Richey as well. You and your anti-Caps bias show so clearly with your arbitrary criteria that you just made up because the CSA criteria isn’t fitting your agenda.

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