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Overwhelmingly Canadian Power Rankings MLS Week 12/NASL Week 8/USL Week 9

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It was quite the weekend for Canadians in NASL and MLS.

Canadian national-teamers found the net across North America; Tesho Akindele scored twice for FC Dallas; Cyle Larin scored twice to lead Orlando City to a win over the Montreal Impact. And, in NASL, Marcel de Jong scored his second late-game match-winner of the season. His goal paced the Ottawa Fury to a 1-0 triumph over Jacksonville — and it was set up by fellow Canadian Carl Haworth.

In terms of the rankings-by-minutes-played, Toronto FC’s Will Johnson has taken over the lead. FC Edmonton’s Nik Ledgerwood — who sits at fourth overall — leads NASL Canadians in minutes played.

HERE ARE THE RANKINGS:


MLS AND NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

1. Will Johnson, Toronto FC, MLS, 1079 (12)

2. Fraser Aird, Vancouver, MLS, 1014 (12)

3. Cyle Larin, Orlando City, MLS, 719 (10)

4. Nik Ledgerwood, FC Edmonton, NASL, 699 (8)

5. Tesho Akindele, FC Dallas, MLS, 673 (13)

6. Jonathan Osorio, Toronto FC, MLS, 669 (9)

7. Eddie Edward, FC Edmonton, NASL, 630 (7)

8. Karl Ouimette, NYRB, MLS 582 (7)

9. Kyle Bekker, Montreal, MLS, 560 (9)

10. Nana Attakora, Fort Lauderdale, NASL, 540 (6)

11. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, NASL, 540 (6)

12. Drew Beckie, Carolina, NASL, 437 (6)

13. Maxim Tissot, Montreal, MLS, 427 (6)

14. Marcel De Jong, Ottawa, NASL, 405 (5)

15. Kyle Porter, Ottawa, NASL, 381 (5)

16. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, NASL, 365 (5)

17. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, MLS, 362 (6)

18. Mo Babouli, Toronto FC, MLS 338 (8)

19. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, MLS, 315 (4)

20. Julian de Guzman, Ottawa, NASL, 278 (4)

21. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, MLS, 243 (4)

22. Shamit Shome, FC Edmonton, NASL, 239 (5)

23. Allan Zebie, FC Edmonton, NASL, 192 (4)

24. Jay Chapman, Toronto FC, 174 (6)

25. Mallan Roberts, FC Edmonton, NASL, 142 (2)

26. Kianz Froese, Vancouver, MLS, 140 (3)

27. Sam Adekugbe, Vancouver, MLS, 111 (2)

28. Mauro Eustaquio, Ottawa, NASL, 81 (4)

29. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, MLS, 68 (4)

30. Mozzi Gyorio, Ottawa, NASL, 65 (2)

31. Marco Bustos, Vancouver, MLS, 45 (1)

32. Ashtone Morgan, Toronto FC, MLS, 28 (4)

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TEAM RANKINGS, MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2016, RANKED BY AVERAGE MINUTES PER GAME:

FC Edmonton, NASL, 1902/8 (237.8)

Ottawa, NASL, 1575/7 (225)

Toronto FC, MLS, 2288/12 (190.7)

Montreal, MLS, 1712/12 (142.7)

Vancouver, MLS, 1553/14 (110.9)

Fort Lauderdale, NASL, 540/7 (77.1)

Miami FC, NASL, 540/7 (77.1)

Orlando City, MLS, 719/11 (65.4)

Carolina, NASL, 437/8 (54.6)

FC Dallas, MLS, 673/14 (48.1)

New York Red Bulls, MLS, 582/13 (44.8)

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

1. John Smits, Wilmington, USL, 810 (9)

2. Dominic Samuel, Rochester, USL, 707 (8)

3. Janouk Charbonneau, FC Montreal, USL, 706 (8)

4. Brett Levis, WFC2, USL, 669 (8)

5. Raheem Edwards, TFC II, USL, 630 (7)

6. Richie Laryea, Orlando City B, USL, 619 (9)

7. Daniel Haber, WFC2, USL, 616 (8)

8. Louis Beland-Goyette, FC Montreal, USL, 569 (7)

T9. Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, FC Montreal, USL, 540 (6)

T9. Anthony Osorio, TFC II, USL, 540 (6)

11. Tyler Pasher, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 534 (6)

12. Kadin Chung, WFC2, USL, 532 (6)

13. Skylar Thomas, TFC II, USL, 529 (7)

14. Mark Anthony Kaye, Louisville City FC, 527 (6)

15. Marco Dominguez, FC Montreal, USL, 526 (7)

16. Malik Johnson, TFC II, USL, 492 (8)

17. Ballou Jean Yves Tabla, FC Montreal, USL, 475 (6)

18. Chris Mannella, TFC II, USL, 474 (6)

19. David Choiniere, FC Montreal, USL, 472 (7)

20. Michael Cox, Orlando City B, USL, 466 (8)

21. Aron Mkungilwa, FC Montreal, USL, 447 (5)

22. Shaan Hundal, TFC II, USL, 429 (8)

23. Alphonso Davies, WFC2, USL, 428 (6)

24. Charles Joly, FC Montreal, USL, 419 (7)

25. Jordan Murrell, Pittsburgh, USL, 413 (5)

26. Aidan Daniels, TFC II, USL, 365 (6)

T27. Maxime Crepeau, FC Montreal, USL, 360 (4)

T27. Quillan Roberts, TFC II, USL, 360 (4)

29. Bradley Kamdem, Rochester, USL, 357 (6)

30. Adam Bouchard, TFC II, USL, 342 (7)

31. Marco Bustos, WFC2, USL, 317 (4)

32. Liam Fraser, TFC II, USL, 309 (6)

33. Alessandro Riggi, FC Montreal, USL, 305 (5)

34. Benjamin McKendry, WFC2, USL, 302 (5)

35. Ryan James, Rochester, USL, 279 (6)

T36. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, Orlando City B, USL, 270 (3)

T36. Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare, FC Montreal, USL, 270 (3)

T36. Jems Geffrard, FC Montreal, USL, 270 (3)

T36. Sean Melvin, WFC2, USL, 270 (3)

40. Amer Didic, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 250 (6)

41. Mastanabal Kacher, FC Montreal, USL, 225 (5)

42. Thomas Gardner, WFC2, USL, 218 (6)

43. Matthew Baldisimo, WFC2, USL, 212 (5)

44. Nevelo Yoseke, FC Montreal, USL, 201 (5)

45. Chris Serban, WFC2, USL, 189 (4)

46. Robert Boskovic, TFC II, USL, 184 (5)

47. Jordan Hamilton, TFC II, USL, 182 (3)

T48. Jackson Farmer, WFC2, USL, 180 (2)

T48. James Pantemis, FC Montreal, USL, 180 (2)

50. Yacine Ait-Slimane, FC Montreal, USL, 179 (3)

51. Mo Babouli, TFC II, USL, 162 (2)

52. Giuliano Frano, WFC2, USL, 157 (5)

53. Simon Lemire, FC Montreal, USL, 157 (3)

54. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 152 (5)

55. Jay Chapman, TFC II, USL, 141 (2)

56. Carlos Patino, Sounders FC 2, USL, 135 (5)

57. Jordan Haynes, WFC2, USL, 122 (3)

58. Luca Uccello, TFC II, USL, 119 (4)

59. Jonathan Grant, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 111 (4)

60. Mackenzie Pridham, Sacramento Republic, USL, 108 (5)

61. Heikel Jarras, FC Montreal, USL, 107 (6)

62. Mitch Piraux, WFC2, USL, 100 (2)

63. Brandon John, Sounders FC2, USL, 98 (2)

T64. Sam Adekugbe, WFC2, USL, 90 (1)

T64. Marco Carducci, WFC2, USL, 90 (1)

T64. Kianz Froese, WFC2, USL, 90 (1)

T64. Wandrille Lefevre, FC Montreal, USL, 90 (1)

T64. David Paulmin, FC Montreal, USL, 90 (1)

T64. Maxim Tissot, FC Montreal, USL, 90 (1)

70. Karl Ouimette, NYRB2, USL, 87 (1)

71. Andrew Dias, TFC II, USL, 80 (1)

72. Philippe Lincourt-Joseph, FC Montreal, USL, 79 (5)

73. Duwayne Ewart, Pittsburgh, USL, 70 (1)

74. Zachary Sukunda, FC Montreal, USL, 67 (2)

75. Ashtone Morgan, TFC II, USL, 62 (1)

76. Fabrice Mbvouvouma, FC Montreal, USL, 34 (3)

77. Sahil Sandhu, WFC2, USL, 22 (2)

78. Richlord Ennin, TFC II, USL, 15

79. Terran Campbell, WFC2, USL, 14 (4)

80. Josh Heard, Bethlehem Steel, USL, 11 (2)

81. Nikola Stakic, TFC II, USL, 7 (1)

USL TEAM RANKINGS, MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2016, RANKED BY AVERAGE MINUTES PER GAME:

FC Montreal, 6937/8 (867.1)

TFC II, 5423/9 (602.6)

WFC2, 4608/8 (576)

Rochester Rhinos, 1353/8 (169.1)

Orlando City B, 1345/10 (134.5)

Swope Park Rangers, 1057/8 (132.1)

Wilmington Hammerheads FC, 810/9 (90)

Pittsburgh Riverhounds, 483/8 (60.4)

Louisville City FC, 527/10 (52.7)

Sounders FC 2, 233/10 (23.3)

Sacramento Republic 108/8 (13.5)

NYRB2, 82/9 (9.1)

Bethlehem Steel 11/9 (1.2)

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5 Comments

  1. TR M

    May 27, 2016 at 10:46 pm

    In reply to Steven Sandor.
    That is one way of doing it. It will probably mean a lot of Jamaicans in GTA won’t qualify for counting if they play for TFC2. I think it would be simpler just to go with “are they eligible to play for Canada?” as the lone criteria. If the CSA counts them then include them. After that it is up to the CSA to get them into the program and cap tied.

    Anyway it’s your list and your approach is as valid as any other, just a bit more complicated as you have to know if someone played for another country.

  2. Steven Sandor

    May 26, 2016 at 9:15 am

    In reply to TR M.
    We don’t count dual citizens who have represented other countries (even if, technically, they may still be able to represent Canada). We need to see the player in question in a Canada jersey before we could do that. So, both Richey and Greg Ranjitsingh (born in Canada but represented T&T at the youth level) aren’t counted.

    Last year, we had a separate “could be Canadian-eligible if everything works out” list that had the likes of Finlay and Opare and Akindele (the latter, obviously, declared for Canada). But it turned into a rabbit hole.

  3. Canadian Fan

    May 25, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    USL minutes are not equal to MLS minutes. The leagues should be kept separate.

  4. TR M

    May 25, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    Just a quick question but Spencer Richey isn’t on your list. While he was born in the USA and played for them at the youth level he is eligible for Canada’s MNT and the CSA counts him as Canadian for their quota. Did he declare for the USA? I didn’t hear anything about that.

    Thanks

  5. TR M

    May 23, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    Wow. Your lists runneth over. The USL is really the place for quantity and it’s nice to see it isn’t just the 3 Canadian teams valuing our players.

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