BROWN: The Skills Behind Cole Caufield’s Record-Breaking Goal-Scoring
If you’re a fan of goal-scoring in hockey — and who isn’t? — then you’ve come to the right place. The focus of today’s article is United States National Team Development Program forward Cole Caufield, a record-setting sniper.
Caufield trampled the previous USNTDP record for goals in a season like The Golden Horde, besting the previous high of 55 goals in a season, set by Toronto Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews, with 72 goals in 64 games this season. If that wasn’t enough, Caufield’s also the all-time leader in USNTDP goals (126 in 123 games) and goals per game in a single Under-18 World Junior Hockey Championship with 14 tallies in seven games.
Numbers like those don’t even seem possible. How does a player even score that much against legitimate competition? That’s the question this pie
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