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CALGARY, Alta. –
Another look at some statistical numbers across the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) finds some solid numbers in the goal scoring department.

Currently topping the entire CJHL in tallies is Brooks Bandits (AJHL) forward T.J. Hughes.

In his first 37 contests in the Alberta Junior Hockey League this season, the 20-year-old Hamilton, Ont., product has scored 37 times, including 15 via the power play.

The Mercyhurst University NCAA Division I commitment also has five game-winning markers to his credit for the No. 1 ranked Bandits.

Joining Hughes with 30-plus CJHL goals to date is Collège Français de Longueuil (LHJAAQ) winger Maxime Gagné, who has found the back of the net on 31 occasions in 28 outings.

Hailing from St-Constant, Que., Gagné, also 20, presently paces the Quebec AAA Junior Hockey League with a solid plus-40 rating while leading the 12-team LHJAAAQ in man advantage markers and point-per-game average at 12 and 2.46 respectively.

The following is the CJHL, league-by-league, goal-scoring leaders:

CJHL League-by-League: Goal Leaders (As of Dec. 22/21)      
MHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Josh MacDonald Summerside Western Capitals LW 26 25
Reilly Mayne Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners RW 28 21
Thomas Lacombe Summerside Western Capitals LW 26 19
Jacob Santerre Miramichi Timberwolves RW 24 19
Dominic Leblanc Grand Falls Rapids LW 26 18
 
LHJAAAQ        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Maxime Gagné Collège Français de Longueuil RW 28 31
Julien Blouin Cobras de Terrebonne LW 28 29
Maxime Boisvert Titan de Princeville LW 26 27
Tristan Gourdeau Panthères de St-Jérôme C 30 27
Antoine Rochon Panthères de St-Jérôme LW 31 27
 
CCHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Brady Egan Pembroke Lumber Kings F 28 23
Evan Boucher Brockville Braves C 27 22
Thomas Freel Ottawa Jr. A Senators LW 26 17
Charlie Johnson Renfrew Wolves F 23 16
Philippe Jacques Ottawa Jr. A Senators F 25 16
Ryan Bonfield Brockville Braves F 28 16
 
OJHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Oliver Tarr Haliburton County Huskies F 28 23
Bryce Sutherland St. Michael’s Buzzers F 30 23
Jake Campbell Trenton Golden Hawks F 24 19
Holden Rogers Milton Menace F 28 19
Easton Wainwright Brantford 99ers F 29 19
 
NOJHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Robbie Rutledge Hearst Lumberjacks F 30 23
Kyler Campbell Greater Sudbury Cubs F 24 22
Tyler Schwindt Timmins Rock F 30 21
Dominik Godin French River Rapids F 31 21
Chase Tallaire Soo Eagles F 24 19
Nicklas Albrecht Kirkland Lake Gold Miners F 32 19
 
SIJHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Maxim Collette Dryden GM Ice Dogs F 24 24
Jordan Baranesky Red Lake Miners F 21 17
Tristan Takats Dryden GM Ice Dogs F 20 16
Hunter Foreshew Thunder Bay North Stars F 25 16
Alex Enegren Kam River Fighting Walleye C 26 15
 
MJHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Nathan Driver Winnipeg Freeze RW 30 21
Kaden Bryant Dauphin Kings LW 30 20
Dylan Halliday Virden Oil Capitals F 30 20
Josiah Vanderhooft Winnipeg Blues F 30 19
Braden Fischer Virden Oil Capitals F 30 19
 
SJHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
Mark Rumsey Estevan Bruins LW 33 27
Elliot Dutil Notre Dame Hounds F 31 24
Alec Saretzky Humboldt Broncos RW 35 21
Nolan Doell Melfort Millionaires C 34 20
Matthew Perkins Humboldt Broncos LW 34 19
Gavin Mattey La Ronge Ice Wolves C 34 19
Connor McGrath Humboldt Broncos C 35 19
 
AJHL        
PLAYER TEAM POS. GP G
T.J. Hughes Brooks Bandits F 35 37
Caiden Gault Spruce Grove Saints F 36 26
Noah Hackett Brooks Bandits F 36 25
Ryan McAllister Brooks Bandits F 35 23
Luigi Benincasa Spruce Grove Saints F 36 23