Found November 11, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
It has been a couple of weeks since I last looked at the AHL scoring race.  Things have changed in that time.  At that time there was a fourway tie for the scoring lead.  Now Justin Schultz of the Oklahoma City Barons (Edmonton Oiler farm affliliate) has taken sole lead of the AHL scoring race.  Schultz has 16 points in 12 games.  It is rare that a rookie defenceman leads any league in scoring.  Schultz's seven goals is also among the league leaders.  He is one player who is showing himself to be better than the AHL competition. Schultz was an Anaheim Duck draft pick in 2008 but he never signed with them.  He became an unrestricted free agent this summer and signed in Edmonton.  He would be considered a Calder Trophy favorite if there was an NHL season. One point behind Schultz is Gustav Nyquist of the Grand Rapids Griffins (Detroit Red Wings farm affiliate).  He was a 2008 draft pick with the Red Wings and played his first 22 NHL games last year (including four in the playo...
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