With the King of Late Night signing off, Buzzing The Net is borrowing the Top Ten trope to profile the Memorial Cup teams. It's an homage. Or as David Letterman would say to someone who tried to slip a fancy word by him, "you mean stealing."
Presenting the host Quebec Remparts, who are the only team to make a Memorial Cup tournament three times without winning the league championship. They last won the cup in 2006.
10. “Man, that Erne guy can score.”
The 2015 playoffs belonged to the American kid from New Haven, CT.
Adam Erne dented the twine 21 times in 22 games for the Remparts in the 2015 playoffs, enough to win the Guy Lafleur trophy as the playoff’s most valuable player. He was the first player to win the honour in a losing effort since Alain Lemieux, Mario’s older brother, did it with the Trois-Rivières Draveurs in 1980-81. He’s only the second player ever to do so.
The Tampa Bay pick had 41 goals in the regular season to go with his 86 points as he crept up the lineup and movedRead More »from Memorial Cup preview: Top 10 Quebec Remparts observations