Since the start of the season Repole has found his range on net four times, but it's in the play making where he's proving to be invaluable for the Coyotes.
When it comes to being the set up man, the Prince Rupert forward has picked up 21 assists so far this year, making for a total of 25 points after 12 games and a pace of two points a game.
Just to put his start into perspective, Repole had 31 points for all of last year in the 46 games played for the Osoyoos squad.
His best night of the year to this point came on October 1st when he picked up 5 helpers to aid the Osoyoos cause against the Sicamous Eagles. That burst of offence helped power the Coyotes on to an 8-0 victory over the visitors and set the pace for what has been a surge in scoring through October.
|Judd Repole is off to a fast start with Osyoos|
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