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National League november 2019 leading scorers!

Let’s have a look at the National League leading scorers table of the month of November 2019!

Obviously, we didn’t consider the game played on Sunday December 1st, 2019, between Bienne and Rapperswil.

SCORING LEADERS – NOVEMBER 2019

To note that 8 other players also tallied 8 points in November. We added the ones who scored more goals.

There is a player who, perhaps couldn’t make the difference earlier this season, has lately been improving a lot. We’re talking about Aaron Palushaj, a guy who is pure passion and seems to love ice hockey so much. The 30 years old American forward, moreover, he’s even scored a lot during the last couple of weeks… and in fact, he’s the National League Top Scorer of the month of November 2019! The Ibexes, regardless of the last home defeat suffered against the ZSC Lions, are on fire. Aaron Palushaj is on fire too!

Moving on, we find the Czech genious of Rapperswil Roman Cervenka second placed. He played only 5 games this last month since he was injured… but when he came back, he scored 6 points in a single game and then continued to make it into the scoresheet consistently. We mean, in terms of points, the former Zürich and Fribourg Gottéron is crucial for Rappi.

Then, there are several players who are tied third placed.

Including Matt D’Agostini of Ambrì-Piotta, an amazing player and leader. Dustin Jeffrey of Lausanne, who will leave the club at the end of this season and will be an added value for any team that will sign him. Perttu Lindgren, a guy who is literally reborn and is helping Davos a lot this season. And finally, there is another reborn player: Killian Mottet, who – just like the whole team – delivered excellent performances this last month.

Let’s see now the Top Scorer of the month of November 2019 for each one of the National League team!

Data from: nlicedata.com


HC Ambrì-Piotta

9 points (5G, 4A) – Matt D’Agostini


SC Bern

8 points (2G, 6A) – Mark Arcobello


EHC Biel-Bienne

7 points (3G, 4A) – Toni Rajala


HC Davos

12 points (7G, 5A) – Aaron Palushaj


HC Fribourg Gottéron

9 points (4G, 5A) – Killian Mottet


Genève Servette HC

8 points (5G, 3A) – Tommy Wingels

8 points (3G, 5A) – Eric Fehr


Lausanne HC

9 points (2G, 7A) – Dustin Jeffrey


HC Lugano

6 points (3G, 3A) – Alessio Bertaggia

6 points (0G, 6A) – Reto Suri


SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers

11 points (2G, 9A) – Roman Cervenka


SCL Tigers

7 points (1G, 6A) – Harri Pesonen


EV Zug

8 points (5G, 3A) – Raphael Diaz

8 points (4G, 4A) – Jan Kovar


ZSC Lions

7 points (4G, 3A) – Garrett Roe

7 points (3G, 4A) – Pius Suter


 

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