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Scoring Leaders Updated

03/29/2002, 11:52am EST
By National Lacrosse League

A correction has been made in the final stats for total goals and assists scored by Washington Power forwards Gary Gait and Paul Gait. On March 7, 2002, the Ottawa Rebel hosted Washington. The final game report credited Paul Gait with four goals and four assists for a total of eight points. The report also credited Gary Gait with six goals and four assists for a total of ten points.

Further review of the game sheets and game tape by the League led to the following corrections in scoring totals: Paul Gait, five goals, three assists for eight points. Gary Gait, five goals, five assists for ten points.

The error has been corrected in the League?s statistical totals for the regular season. As a result, Paul Gait is the now the sole leader in the Goals Scored category for the 2001-2002 season. The corrected goal gives Paul a total of 54, one more than Vancouver Ravens forward Chris Gill, who finished with 53. Gary Gait?s goal total drops from 51 to 50, still keeping him in fourth place for the regular season behind Paul Gait, Gill and Rochester Knighthawks forward John Grant, who scored 52 goals.

The scoring change does not affect the Total Points scored by Paul Gait (54 goals, 60 assists for 114 points?tops in the League this season) or Gary Gait (50 goals, 61 assists for 111 points?second best in the League this season).

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