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Intrinsically Canadian Power Rankings: MLS Week 25/NASL Week 22/USL Week 23

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There were some notable performances for Canadians this past week in the three Div-1 and 2 leagues in North America.

FC Edmonton’s Allan Zebie scored his first NASL goal, and it stood as the winner as the Eddies defeated the San Francisco Deltas 2-1 in the league’s unofficial Canadian derby; the Deltas played three Canadians in the game and are coached by Canadian Marc Dos Santos.

Tesho Akindele scored for FC Dallas in a midweek 3-3 draw against Houston. And Michael Cox scored twice for Orlando City’s B side in a USL thrashing of Mark-Anthony Kaye and his Louisville City side.

Finally, it should be mentioned that the Whitecaps, who are far behind the Impact and Toronto FC when it comes to giving playing time to Canadian players in 2017, gave 208 minutes to Canadians in this weekend’s 2-1 win over Orlando City.

Here are this week’s rankings:

MLS MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Will Johnson, Orlando, 2000 (24)
  2. Cyle Larin, Orlando, 1887 (23)
  3. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, 1326 (19)
  4. Tesho Akindele, FCD, 1215 (24)
  5. Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla, Montreal,  1017 (16)
  6. Raheem Edwards, TFC, 929 (17)
  7. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, 726 (18)
  8. Jonathan Osorio, TFC, 646 (20)
  9. Tosaint Ricketts, TFC, 644 (17)
  10. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, 588 (14)
  11. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, 545 (9)
  12. Marcel de Jong, Vancouver, 365 (8)
  13. Jay Chapman, TFC, 361 (10)
  14. Samuel Piette, Montreal, 349 (4)
  15. Louis Beland-Goyette, Montreal, 193 (4)
  16. Ashtone Morgan, TFC, 193 (4)
  17. Jordan Hamilton, TFC, 120 (7)
  18. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, 106 (3)
  19. Maxime Crepeau, Montreal, 90 (1)
  20. Ben McKendry, Vancouver, 90 (1)
  21. Maxim Tissot, D.C. United, 90 (1)
  22. Richie Laryea, Orlando, 64 (7)
  23. Brian Wright, New England, 45 (2)
  24. Tyler Pasher, Sporting KC, 45 (1)
  25. David Choiniere, Montreal,34 (3)
  26. Kwame Awuah, NYCFC, 2 (2)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, MLS MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

Orlando City, 3931/26 (151.2)

Montreal, 3680/25 (147.2)

Toronto FC, 2903/27 (107.5)

Vancouver, 1724/25 (69)

FC Dallas, 1215/25 (48.6)

D.C. United, 90/27 (3.3)

New England, 45/25 (1.8)

Sporting Kansas City, 45/25 (1.8)

New York City FC, 2/26 (0.1)

 

NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Drew Beckie, Jacksonville, 1649 (20)
  2. Kyle Bekker, San Francisco, 1444 (19)
  3. Allan Zebie, FCE, 1387 (17)
  4. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, 1359 (17)
  5. Nana Attakora, San Francisco, 1350 (15)
  6. Ben Fisk, FCE, 1310 (14)
  7. Dejan Jakovic, New York, 1170 (13)
  8. Karl Ouimette, San Francisco, 1117 (13)
  9. Adam Straith, FCE, 949 (11)
  10. Nik Ledgerwood, FCE, 829 (12)
  11. Maxim Tissot, San Francisco, 709 (10)
  12. Mauro Eustaquio, FCE, 600 (11)
  13. Tyson Farago, FCE, 585 (7)
  14. Nathan Ingham, FCE, 495 (6)
  15. Ben McKendry, FCE, 238 (5)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, NASL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

FC Edmonton, 6393/21 (304.4)

San Francisco, 4620/21 (220)

Jacksonville, 1649/22 (75)

Miami FC, 1359/22 (61.8)

New York, 1170/21 (55.7)

 

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Callum Irving, Ottawa, 2160 (24)
  2. Mastanabal Kacher, Colorado Springs, 2117 (25)
  3. Mallan Roberts, Richmond, 2037 (23)
  4. Ryan James, Rochester, 1963 (23)
  5. Jordan Murrell, Reno, 1742 (20)
  6. Ryan Telfer, TFCII, 1720 (23)
  7. Amer Didic, Swope Park, 1541 (18)
  8. David Norman Jr., WFC2, 1460 (19)
  9. Daniel Haber, Real Monarchs, 1438 (23)
  10. Bradley Kamdem Fewo, Rochester, 1408 (19)
  11. Jordan Dover, Rochester, 1391 (18)
  12. Kadin Chung, WFC2, 1385 (18)
  13. Liam Fraser, TFCII, 1385 (17)
  14. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, OCB, 1352 (18)
  15. Thomas Gardner, WFC2, 1343 (20)
  16. Eddie Edward, Ottawa, 1341 (17)
  17. Tyler Pasher, Swope Park, 1260 (17)
  18. Angelo Cavalluzzo, TFCII, 1260 (14)
  19. Jamar Dixon, Ottawa, 1255 (20)
  20. Ben McKendry, WFC2, 1203 (14)
  21. Marco Bustos, WFC2, 1200 (14)
  22. Jordan Schweitzer, OCB, 1194 (18)
  23. Terran Campbell, WFC2, 1174 (18)
  24. Chris Nanco, Bethlehem Steel, 1128 (18)
  25. Shaan Hundal, TFCII, 1079 (16)
  26. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, 998 (13)
  27. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Swope Park, 925 (17)   
  28. Gloire Amanda, WFC2, 918 (21)
  29. Richie Laryea, OCB, 909 (11)
  30. Sergio Camargo, TFCII, 898 (14)
  31. Matthew Baldisimo, WFC2, 891 (17)
  32. Luca Uccello, TFCII, 859 (12)
  33. Sean Melvin, WFC2, 810 (9)
  34. Skylar Thomas, Charleston, 749 (15)  
  35. Malik Johnson, TFCII, 714 (15)   
  36. Michael Cox, OCB, 710 (13)   
  37. Kyle Porter, Tampa Bay, 697 (9)  
  38. Dominick Zator, WFC2, 685 (8)
  39. A.J. Gray, Phoenix, 673 (16)
  40. Mark-Anthony Kaye, Louisville, 647 (12)  
  41. Julian Dunn-Johnson, TFCII, 638 (8)  
  42. Alessandro Riggi, Phoenix, 599 (11)
  43. Chris Serban, WFC2, 582 (10)
  44. Aidan Daniels, TFCII, 577 (11)
  45. Paris Gee, Tulsa, 565 (13)  
  46. Jordan Hamilton, TFCII, 554 (7)
  47. Marco Carducci, Rio Grande Valley FC, 540 (6)
  48. Ashtone Morgan, TFCII, 374 (5)
  49. Mackenzie Pridham, Reno, 340 (11)  
  50. Maxim Tissot, Richmond, 340 (4)
  51. Dante Campbell, TFCII, 337 (10)
  52. Anthony Osorio, TFCII, 315 (5)
  53. Aron Mkungilwa, Ottawa, 233 (4)
  54. Josh Heard, Bethlehem Steel, 201 (10)
  55. Marco Dominguez, FC Cincinnati, 189 (5)
  56. Brian Wright, Tulsa, 186 (3)
  57. Jay Chapman, TFCII, 180 (2)
  58. Wandrille Lefevre, Ottawa, 180 (2)
  59. Michael Baldisimo, WFC2, 175 (6)
  60. Adonijah Reid, Ottawa, 156 (5)
  61. Matthew Srbely, TFCII, 95 (2)
  62. Marcel DeBellis, Richmond, 90 (1)
  63. Raheem Edwards, TFCII, 90 (1)
  64. Patrick Metcalfe, WFC2, 73 (2)
  65. Mele Temguia, FC Cincinnati, 62 (1)
  66. Brett Levis, WFC2, 29 (1)
  67. Nicolas Apostol, WFC2, 17 (1)
  68. Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, Ottawa, 1 (1)

 

TEAM RANKINGS, USL MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2017

WFC2,11942/25 (477.7)

TFCII, 11075/25(443)

Ottawa, 6324/24 (263.5)

Rochester, 4762/23 (207)

Orlando City B, 4205/25 (168.2)

Swope Park Rangers, 3726/24 (155.3)

Richmond, 2467/25 (98.7)

Reno, 2082/23 (90.5)

Colorado Springs, 2117/25 (84.7)

Phoenix, 1272/21 (60.6)

Real Monarchs SC, 1438/24 (59.9)

Bethlehem Steel FC, 1419/24 (59.1)

Tulsa, 751/23 (32.7)

Charleston, 749/25 (30)

Tampa Bay, 697/24 (29)

Louisville City, 647/23 (28.1)

Rio Grande Valley FC, 450/23 (19.6)

FC Cincinnati, 251/25 (10)

 

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2 Comments

  1. john anderson

    August 29, 2017 at 9:15 am

    missed mentioning edm/calgary kid Michael cox scored two wicked goals in the usl to break his scoring drought

    Reply

  2. RalphTheDog

    August 28, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    “Finally, it should be mentioned that the Whitecaps, who are far behind the Impact and Toronto FC when it comes to giving playing time to Canadian players in 2017, gave 208 minutes to Canadians ”

    What is this “giving” thing I keep hearing? This is SUPPOSED to be top level pro soccer in Canada & USA so there is no “giving” anything. Minutes and positions are TAKEN in pro sports.

    Laba injured and Marcel de Jong plays the DM role very well. Here’s hoping he is Laba’s replacement. He’s played LB, LM, CB, RB and now DM so he is the type of player who will replace Jacobson.

    Tchani was out on suspension and Jacobson was gassed from 2 games in 4 nights so Teibert got the time but didn’t do as well as Marcel. He seemed to get better later but early on was very poor.

    Davies came in was electric for 28 minutes. Played good and in the bunker and counter that we were doing he showed his skills.

    They TOOK the minutes because the coach had no better options. To promote the idea that they were “given” minutes is to patronize players. They earned it. Now we’ll see if they can keep it. It never ends.

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