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Overwhelmingly Canadian Power Rankings MLS Week 31/NASL Week 26/USL playoffs

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With this being an international weekend, Major League Soccer had only one game on its schedule, and it didn’t involve any Canadian players. Meanwhile, weather played havoc with the NASL schedule.

So, in what was a limited week, the biggest Canadian news out of the two leagues was Ben Fisk scoring the goal that gave FC Edmonton a 1-0 win over Tampa Bay. The win clinched an NASL playoff spot for the Eddies.

But there was plenty to talk about when it comes to Canadians in the USL. The Whitecaps’ USL affiliate, WFC2, continued its playoff march with a 3-2 win over OKC Energy FC. Daniel Haber scored the 89th minute winner, and Kianz Froese netted the opening goal.

The hottest Canadian in USL, though, is Mark Anthony Gonzalez. He scored the opening goal as Swope Park Rangers beat Orange County 2-1 in extra time, despite being down to nine men. Gonzalez has three goals in two playoff games for Swope Park. Meanwhile, Canadian A.J. Gray played 120 minutes for Orange County.

Here is the updated list of minutes played by Canadians in MLS and NASL:

MLS AND NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS

  1. Mason Trafford, Miami FC, NASL, 2407 (27)
  2. Cyle Larin, Orlando City, MLS, 2290 (29)
  3. Jonathan Osorio, Toronto FC, MLS, 2290 (28)
  4. Eddie Edward, FC Edmonton/Ottawa, NASL, 2241 (26)
  5. Nik Ledgerwood, FC Edmonton, NASL, 2102 (25)
  6. Maxim Tissot, Montreal, MLS/Ottawa, NASL, 1913 (23)
  7. Carl Haworth, Ottawa, NASL, 1867 (24)
  8. Nana Attakora, Fort Lauderdale, NASL, 1647 (20)
  9. Will Johnson, Toronto FC, MLS, 1637 (22)
  10. Drew Beckie, Carolina, NASL, 1589 (22)
  11. Shamit Shome, FC Edmonton, NASL, 1454 (22)
  12. Mallan Roberts, FC Edmonton/Ottawa, NASL, 1434 (20)
  13. Tesho Akindele, FC Dallas, MLS, 1384 (29)
  14. Fraser Aird, Vancouver, MLS, 1276 (16)
  15. Kyle Bekker, Montreal, MLS, 1139 (18)
  16. Karl Ouimette, NYRB, MLS/Jacksonville, NASL  1110 (14)
  17. Patrice Bernier, Montreal, MLS, 1096 (19)
  18. Wandrille Lefevre, Montreal, MLS, 1024 (12)
  19. Marcel De Jong, Ottawa, NASL/Vancouver, MLS,  945 (12)
  20. Jordan Hamilton, Toronto FC, MLS, 912 (14)
  21. Mauro Eustaquio, Ottawa, NASL, 868 (17)
  22. Kyle Porter, Ottawa, NASL, 796 (12)
  23. Jay Chapman, Toronto FC, 779 (18)
  24. Jamar Dixon, Ottawa, NASL, 777 (11)
  25. Julian de Guzman, Ottawa, NASL, 770 (11)
  26. David Edgar, Vancouver, MLS, 720 (8)
  27. Russell Teibert, Vancouver, MLS, 695 (11)
  28. Mo Babouli, Toronto FC, MLS, 646 (16)
  29. Ben Fisk, FC Edmonton, NASL, 582 (11)
  30. Allan Zebie, FC Edmonton, NASL, 403 (9)
  31. Tosaint Ricketts, Toronto FC, MLS, 358 (9)
  32. Alphonso Davies, Vancouver, MLS, 299 (8)
  33. Marcel DeBellis, Ottawa, NASL, 261 (3)
  34. Ashtone Morgan, Toronto FC, MLS, 156 (7)
  35. Kianz Froese, Vancouver, MLS, 150 (5)
  36. Sam Adekugbe, Vancouver, MLS, 111 (2)
  37. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal, MLS, 79 (5)
  38.  Mozzi Gyorio, Ottawa, NASL, 65 (2)
  39. Marco Bustos, Vancouver, MLS, 50 (2)

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

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