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Overwhelmingly Canadian Power Rankings MLS Week 20/NASL Week 15/USL Week 18

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In Saturday’s win in Jacksonville’s 40-plus C heat (with the humidity), the Ottawa Fury gave 464 of a possible 990 minutes playing time to Canadians. Canadian Carl Haworth scored the second goal of the game in a 2-0 win. And, with that, Ottawa not only leads all NASL and MLS teams in terms of giving minutes to Canadians, the Fury can boast that an average of over 300 minutes per game goes to players from this country.

That achievement highlights our rankings of the minutes played by Canadians in North America’s major pro leagues.

Other achievements of note:

Tosaint Ricketts made his first MLS appearance, coming in as a sub in Toronto FC’s 4-1 win over D.C. United.
And, David Edgar made his first appearance as a Vancouver Whitecaps in last week’s midweek friendly against Crystal Palace. But, on Sunday, we was with the USL’s WFC2 squad, where he played 90 minutes.

HERE ARE THE RANKINGS:

MLS AND NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

1. Cyle Larin, Orlando City, MLS, 1329 (18)

2. Will Johnson, Toronto FC, MLS, 1237 (15)

3. Jonathan Osorio, Toronto FC, MLS, 1214 (16)

4. Eddie Edward, FC Edmonton/Ottawa, NASL, 1159 (13)

5. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, NASL, 1147 (13)

6. Nik Ledgerwood, FC Edmonton, NASL, 1104 (13)

7. Tesho Akindele, FC Dallas, MLS, 1064 (21)

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

9. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, NASL, 986 (12)

10. Drew Beckie, Carolina, NASL, 949 (12)

11. Karl Ouimette, NYRB, MLS/Jacksonville, NASL 929 (11)

12. Kyle Bekker, Montreal, MLS, 917 (14)

13. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, MLS, 855 (10)

14. Kyle Porter, Ottawa, NASL, 731 (10)

15. Nana Attakora, Fort Lauderdale, NASL, 725 (9)

16. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, MLS, 701 (13)

17. Maxim Tissot, Montreal, MLS/Ottawa, NASL, 697 (9)

18. Shamit Shome, FC Edmonton, NASL, 656 (10)

19. Julian de Guzman, Ottawa, NASL, 593 (9)

20. Jordan Hamilton, Toronto FC, MLS, 601 (8)

21. Mo Babouli, Toronto FC, MLS, 567 (14)

22. Marcel De Jong, Ottawa, NASL/Vancouver, MLS, 519 (7)

23. Mallan Roberts, FC Edmonton/Ottawa, NASL, 506 (7)

24. Jay Chapman, Toronto FC, 457 (12)

25. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, MLS, 447 (7)

26. Allan Zebie, FC Edmonton, NASL, 403 (9)

27. Mauro Eustaquio, Ottawa, NASL, 268 (7)

28. Marcel DeBellis, Ottawa, NASL, 171 (2)

29. Kianz Froese, Vancouver, MLS, 150 (5)

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

31. Ashtone Morgan, Toronto FC, MLS, 96 (5)

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

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

34. Marco Bustos, Vancouver, MLS, 50 (2)

35. Tosaint Ricketts, Toronto FC, MLS, 19 (1)

36. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, MLS, 13 (1)

37. Raheem Edwards, Toronto FC, 2 (1)

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

Ottawa, NASL, 4203/14 (300.2)

FC Edmonton, NASL, 3114/14 (222.4)

Toronto FC, MLS, 4194/20 (209.7)

Montreal, MLS, 3038/20 (151.9)

Vancouver, MLS, 1809/22 (82.2)

Miami FC, NASL, 1147/14 (81.9)

Orlando City, MLS, 1329/19 (69.9)

Carolina, NASL, 949/14 (67.8)

Fort Lauderdale, NASL, 725/15 (48.3)

FC Dallas, MLS, 1064//23 (46.3)

New York Red Bulls, MLS, 582/22 (26.5)

Jacksonville, NASL, 347/15 (23.1)

USL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

1. Janouk Charbonneau, FC Montreal, USL, 1606 (18)

2. Skylar Thomas, TFC II, USL, 1485 (18)

3. Brett Levis, WFC2, USL, 1370 (17)

4. Daniel Haber, WFC2, USL, 1364 (19)

5. Louis Beland-Goyette, FC Montreal, USL, 1351 (16)

6. Anthony Osorio, TFC II, USL, 1312 (16)

7. Shaan Hundal, TFC II, USL, 1268 (20)

T8. Maxime Crepeau, FC Montreal, USL, 1260 (14)

T8. John Smits, Wilmington, USL, 1260 (14)

10. Thomas Meilleur-Giguere, FC Montreal, USL, 1236 (14)

11. Dominic Samuel, Rochester, USL, 1214 (16)

12. Ryan James, Rochester, USL, 1211 (17)

13. Chris Mannella, TFC II, USL, 1186 (17)

14. Aidan Daniels, TFC II, USL, 1182 (19)

15. Aron Mkungilwa, FC Montreal, USL, 1158 (14)

16. Tyler Pasher, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 1155 (14)

17. Liam Fraser, TFC II, USL, 1151 (17)

18. Michael Cox, Orlando City B, USL, 1131 (17)

19. Richie Laryea, Orlando City B, USL, 1125 (17)

20. Amer Didic, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 1117 (17)

21. Ballou Jean Yves Tabla, FC Montreal, USL, 1111 (14)

22. Kadin Chung, WFC2, USL, 1074 (13)

23. Raheem Edwards, TFC II, USL, 1026 (13)

24. Mark Anthony Kaye, Louisville City FC, 984 (15)

25. David Choiniere, FC Montreal, USL, 921 (12)

26. Mark Anthony Gonzalez, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 897 (16)

27. Bradley Kamdem, Rochester, USL, 884 (16)

28. Marco Bustos, WFC2, USL, 881 (11)

29. Alessandro Riggi, FC Montreal, USL, 827 (13)

30. Benjamin McKendry, WFC2, USL, 810 (12)

31. Malik Johnson, TFC II, USL, 801 (15)

32. Marco Dominguez, FC Montreal, USL, 796 (11)

33. Jackson Farmer, WFC2, USL, 792 (9)

34. Zachary Ellis-Hayden, Orlando City B, USL, 770 (10)

35. Luca Uccello, TFC II, USL, 767 (17)

36. Zachary Sukunda, FC Montreal, USL, 725 (12)

37. Jordan Murrell, Pittsburgh, USL, 719 (10)

38. Mastanabal Kacher, FC Montreal, USL, 704 (13)

T39. Callum Irving, Rio Grande Valley FC, USL, 630 (7)

T39. Quillan Roberts, TFC II, USL, 630 (7)

41. Yacine Ait-Slimane, FC Montreal, USL, 607 (12)

42. Giuliano Frano, WFC2, USL, 578 (15)

43. Philippe Lincourt-Joseph, FC Montreal, USL, 556 (15)

44. Alphonso Davies, WFC2, USL, 544 (9)

45. Sean Melvin, WFC2, USL, 540 (6)

46. Phil Di Bennardo, TFC II, USL, 537 (7)

47. Nevelo Yoseke, FC Montreal, USL, 504 (13)

48. Kianz Froese, WFC2, USL, 486 (7)

49. Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare, FC Montreal, USL, 479 (6)

50. Josh Heard, Bethlehem Steel, USL, 474 (13)

51. Matthew Baldisimo, WFC2, USL, 463 (12)

52. Charles Joly, FC Montreal, USL, 450 (8)

53. Carlos Patino, Sounders FC 2, USL, 424 (9)

54. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, FC Montreal, USL, 420 (6)

55. Thomas Gardner, WFC2, USL, 411 (11)

56. Robert Boskovic, TFC II, USL, 367 (11)

57. Brandon John, Sounders FC2, USL, 357 (6)

58. Jems Geffrard, FC Montreal, USL, 349 (4)

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

60. Sam Adekugbe, WFC2, USL, 329 (4)

61. Sahil Sandhu, WFC2, USL, 301 (10)

62. Chris Serban, WFC2, USL, 273 (6)

63. Marco Carducci, WFC2, USL, 270 (3)

64. Simon Lemire, FC Montreal, USL, 268 (7)

65. Jordan Haynes, WFC2, USL, 261 (8)

66. Steven Furlano, TFC II, USL, 257 (3)

67. Duwayne Ewart, Pittsburgh, USL, 253 (7)

68. Mackenzie Pridham, Sacramento Republic, USL, 246 (11)

69. Jonathan Grant, Swope Park Rangers, USL, 241 (13)

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

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

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

73. Heikel Jarras, FC Montreal, USL, 154 (10)

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

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

76. Angelo Cavalluzzo, TFCII, USL, 93 (2)

77. Fabrice Mbvouvouma, FC Montreal, USL, 92 (4)

T78 David Edgar, WFC2, USL, 90 (1)

T78. Wandrille Lefevre, FC Montreal, USL, 90 (1)

T78. David Paulmin, FC Montreal, USL, 90 (1)

T78. Maxim Tissot, FC Montreal, USL, 90 (1)

82. Richlord Ennin, TFC II, USL, 89 (4)

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

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

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

86. Joel Harrison, WFC2, USL, 50 (2)

87. Raheem Taylor-Parkes, Bethlehem Steel FC, USL, 44 (3)

88. Ethan Beckford, TFC II, USL, 40 (2)

89. Badreddine Boulajoul, FC Montreal, USL, 25 (2)

90. Terran Campbell, WFC2, USL, 19 (5)

91. Jimmy-Shammar Sanon, FC Montreal, USL, 18 (1)

92. Alan Camacho, WFC2, USL, 16 (1)

93. Leonard Sohn, TFC II, USL, 13 (1)

94. Mele Temguia, FC Montreal, USL, 10 (1)

95. Nick Apostol, WFC2, USL, 9 (1)

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

97. Marko Maletic, TFC II, USL, 1 (1)

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

FC Montreal, 16152/18 (897.3)

TFC II, 13173/22 (598.8)

WFC2, 11041/19 (581.1)

Swope Park Rangers, 3420/19 (180)

Rochester Rhinos, 3319/19 (174.7)

Orlando City B, 3016/19 (158.7)

Wilmington Hammerheads FC, 1260/19 (66.3)

Pittsburgh Riverhounds, 972/18 (54)

Louisville City FC, 984/20 (49.2)

Sounders FC 2, 781/19 (41.1)

Rio Grande Valley FC, 630/19 (33.2)

Bethlehem Steel, 518/20 (25.9)

Sacramento Republic, 246/19 (12.9)

NYRB2, 82/19 (4.3)

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3 Comments

  1. TR M

    August 1, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    Yes very impressive and probably a lot of work. Thanks again.
    By the way have you ever thought of Veteran vs Youth? I’d be interested in knowing how many minutes go to U23 players vs older ones.

    It is great for Toronto and Montreal that veteran players choose them. Players like Johnson & Bernier come to mind. I’m glad to see Vancouver finally get some CMNT players who were interested in playing there.

    It’s weird because of the 3 cities Vancouver is the nicest by far IMHO (blatant BC bias from a person raised in BC, go figure 🙂 ). They can attract talent from Asia, Europe and South/Central America but not from Canadians. They’ve tried but until Edgar and MDJ had nothing to show for their efforts. Even a BC boy like Rob Friend turned down more money to play in Vancouver to stay in Germany, then when he did go to MLS he signed for LA. Just too weird.

    Reply

    • Steven Sandor

      August 3, 2016 at 11:22 am

      I fully agree that Vancouver is a wonderful, wonderful city. I love visiting the city. But, remember that most Canadians playing soccer are making middle-class salaries, and that makes Vancouver a very expensive proposition. Really, the cost barrier for a soccer player is the same as it is for many people who consider moving to Vancouver. A soccer player’s money-making window is short; he needs to come up with cash to provide for him and his family not only in the present, but after he retires and may need to go back to school or be on the quest for a new career. Living in Vancouver doesn’t allow one to save a lot of money for the future.

      Basically, it’s a cost-of-living argument.

      Reply

  2. Jeff

    July 31, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    These are impressive and comprehensive lists to compile. Do you personally do this?

    Reply

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