Thursday, November 24, 2016

Prince Rupert's Judd Repole keeping to torrid scoring pace in KIJHL

They are now three months into the 2016-17 Kootenay International Junior Hockey Season and Prince Rupert's Judd Repole is continuing to make the highlight reels for the Osoyoos Coyotes and through his offensive play becoming an important part of the Coyotes story so far.

The former PRMHA forward continues to showcase his play making skills in the K, setting up his Coyote team mates at a rapid pace with 28 assists to this point of the season, those helpers along with his own seven goals on the year have him atop the scorers list for the Coyotes with 35 points to show for his work.

Those stats place the Coyotes Assistant Captain in some pretty elite company with Repole breaking him into the Top Five scorers heading towards December. His point totals have him just seven points from the top of the scoring parade in the KIJHL, his 28 assists leading the league in that category.

To give you an idea as to the scoring explosion that he has provided for the Coyotes, his 35 points as of November 23rd have already surpassed his season total for 2015-16 when he had 31 points over the course of the 46 game season.

With Repole having played but 21 games of the current 2016-17 season, he is charting a pretty impressive course as to how high his point totals may reach by the time that the playoffs arrive in the KIJHL.

Judd Repole with a beauty of a goal in a recent Osoyoos Coyotes game
Prince Rupert's Judd Repole with the fly by
past the bench after a key Coyote goal
Prince Rupert's Judd Repole is climbing  up the scoring list in the KIJHL
breaking into the top 5 scorers heading towards December
An impact player for Osoyoos, Judd Reploe was named star number two in the
November 19th game against the Revelstoke Grizzlies

His team first approach to play is certainly  helping the Coyotes climb the standings, heading into weekend play Osoyoos is engaged in a back and forth battle for first place in the Okanagan Division, tied for fourth overall in the twenty team KIJHL circuit.

You can get a sample of some of the pace of the Coyote games from the YouTube feature below:

More items related to on ice efforts of Judd Repole in the KIJHL, as well as updated scoring stats for a number of other Northwest hockey players in Junior hockey can be found on our archive page here.

Notes on the Prince Rupert Minor Hockey Association can be found here.

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