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By Todd Cordell (@ToddCordell)
Despite having sexual assault charges hovering around him and the uncertainty of what will come from them, Sault Ste. Marie forward and Philadelphia Flyers prospect Nick Cousins has not let it get to him; especially on the ice.
Just over a month into the 2012-13 Ontario League Campaign, Cousins is 3rd in the OHL in scoring with seven goals, 12 assists and 19 points in 13 games and is only one point behind Mark Scheifele and Vincent Trocheck for 1st in the OHL in points.
Those are some very impressive statistics, especially given the situation he is in. Greyhounds General Manager Kyle Dubas couldn’t say enough about Cousins’ play this year when asked, “Nick has been terrific on the ice. We played our first 10 games versus conference rivals and Nick came out of that stretch with 16 points,” Dubas said. “We play in a very tough conference and his ability to average over 1.5 points per game despite playing very fierce competiti...