Tuesday, 22 September 2015 19:36

Up and down season for the Huskies

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   The Toronto Huskies have had their ups and down so far this season starting the year off with a 4 wins and 17 losses.  Rookie Charles Flowers has been a force to be recon with as he was named rookie of the month  for November and December averaging 3 0.7 ppg ,  8.5 rpg  , 2.8 apg  , 0.6 spg and  2.4 bpg  for November and  follow that up averaging  29.1 ppg , 10.7 rpg , 2.8 apg ,  0.4 spg and  2.0 bpg for December.  The majority of these loses came without veteran small forward Jeremy Kaltensch who injured in preseason and misses the first 13 games. Then the Huskies went on a tear going 17 and 2 the next 19 games. Before cooling off again losing 9 of the next 10 games. “We need to be more consistent say general manager Tessier.  In other news the team have put somewhat of a gag restriction shooting guard Mathew Cole as of late but general manager Tessier says the team no longer will ask Mr. Cole to keep his silence. Then Mathew had this to say: Most disappointing player? What the hell is that Archer and Enforcers gm saying …..? Jack asses!!!   They have no clue dam it! King Charles have been the go to guy so far this year but look for Mathew Cole to pick up his game in the second half.

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0 #1 Eric Stelle 2015-09-28 12:22
How dare Cole trash me! I MADE YOU MATHEW! :D

Thanks for putting that out. I look forward to reading more out of Toronto!

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