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Quintessentially Canadian Power Rankings, MLS Week 18/NASL Week 12

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With just days to go before the Gold Cup, you’d think this would be a slow news week in MLS and NASL in regards to Canadian players.

Mason Trafford scores. Hanson Boakai scores. Sadi Jalali scores. Jay Chapman gets his first start. Jordan Hamilton makes his first MLS appearance. Nana Attakora is sent off. FC Edmonton gave a whopping 512 minutes of playing time to Canadians in a 4-0 win over San Antonio.

And, Montreal Impact defender Wandrille Lefevre got his Canadian citizenship, and, because he never appeared for France at any level, is eligible to play for Canada. Because splitting his pre- and post-citizenship minutes would be a terrible chore, we’re just going to add him into this week’s power ranking as if we were a Canadian citizen from the start of this MLS season.

MLS AND NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIANS (MLS AFTER 18 WEEKS, NASL AFTER 12 WEEKS):?
1. Ashtone Morgan, TFC, MLS, 1099 (13)
2. Jonathan Osorio, TFC, MLS, 1028 (14)
3. Carl Haworth, OTT, NASL, 965 (11)
4. Tesho Akindele, FCD, MLS 927 (15)
5. Mallan Roberts, FCE, NASL, 900 (10)
6. Russell Teibert, VAN, MLS, 852 (143)
7. Cyle Larin, ORL, MLS, 846 (13)
8. Eddie Edward, FCE, NASL, 840 (10)
9. Dominic Oppong, ATL, NASL, 833 (11)
10. Kyle Porter, ATL, NASL, 821 (11)
11. Julian de Guzman, OTT, NASL, 710 (8)
12. Nana Attakora, SAS, NASL, 672 (8)
13. Adrian Cann, SAS, NASL, 630 (7)
14. Sam Adekugbe, VAN, MLS, 615 (7)
15. Marcel de Jong, SKC, MLS, 589 (8)
16. Allan Zebie, FCE, NASL, 551 (7)
17. Mason Trafford, OTT, NASL, 540 (6)
18. Frank Jonke, FCE, NASL, 515 (7)
19. Karl Ouimette, NYRB, MLS, 502 (6)
20. Will Johnson, POR, MLS 444 (4)
21. Wandrille Lefevre, MTL, MLS, 360 (4)
22. Maxim Tissot, MTL, MLS 346 (5)
23. Drew Beckie, OTT, NASL, 343 (7)
24. Patrice Bernier, MTL, MLS 325 (11)
25. John Smits, FCE, NASL, 315 (4)
26. Kyle Bekker, FCD, MLS, 313 (8)
27. Michael Nonni, FCE, NASL, 276 (7)
28. Mauro Eustaquio, OTT, NASL, 250 (5)
29. Hanson Boakai, FCE, NASL, 233 (7)
30. Sadi Jalali, FCE, NASL, 214 (4)
31. Patryk Misik, OTT, NASL, 166 (5)
32. Kianz Froese, VAN, MLS, 161 (6)
33. Jay Chapman, TFC, MLS, 117 (5)
34. Anthony Jackson-Hamel, MTL, MLS 91 (4)
35. Jeremy Gagnon-Lapare, MTL, MLS, 18 (2)
36. Philippe Davies, OTT, NASL, 11 (2)
37. Jordan Hamilton, TFC, MLS, 4 (1)

MLS AND NASL MINUTES BY PLAYER, THE CANADIAN MAYBES — PLAYERS WHO COULD BE ELIGIBLE FOR CANADA, BUT ARE ELIGIBLE FOR OTHER NATIONS AND HAVE NOT COMMITTED TO CANADA (MLS AFTER 18 WEEKS, NASL AFTER 12 WEEKS):
1. Ethan Finlay, CLB, MLS 1476 (18)
2. Steven Vitoria, PHI, MLS 810 (9)

TEAM RANKINGS, MINUTES PLAYED BY CANADIANS IN 2015 (INCLUDES BOTH SUREFIRES and MAYBES); RANKED BY AVERAGE MINUTES PER GAME:
FC Edmonton, NASL, 3854/11 GP (350.4) (+16.2)
Ottawa, NASL, 2985/11 GP (271.4) (+0.2)
Atlanta, NASL, 1654/11 GP (150.4) (-6.0)
Toronto FC, MLS, 2248/16 GP (140.5) (-4.4)
San Antonio, NASL 1302/11 GP (118.4) (+3.8)
Vancouver, MLS, 1628/19 GP (85.7) (-4.7)
Columbus, MLS, 1476/18 GP (82) (+0.5)
Montreal, MLS, 1140/14 GP (81.4) (+21.9)
FC Dallas, MLS, 1241/18 GP (68.9) (-4.1)
Orlando City, MLS, 846/18 GP (47) (-2.8)
Philadelphia, MLS, 810/19 GP (42.6) (NC)
Sporting Kansas City, MLS, 589/16 GP (36.8) (NC)
New York Red Bulls, MLS 502/17 GP (29.5) (-1.9)
Portland, MLS, 444/19 GP (23.4) (+3.7)

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One Comment

  1. footy

    July 6, 2015 at 2:49 am

    Next weekend will be slow, as both the Gold Cup AND Pan-Am games will be on their way, taking their toll along the way to the teams involved. TFC and TFC 2 especially will be hurting for a couple of weeks.

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