I was looking at the league leaders on USL.com and noticed that whatever formula they use to calculate the statistical leaders fails to take into account players who have played for multiple teams this season. For instance, take Joey Gjertsen, who began the season at Vancouver and got traded to Montreal. Gjertsen played in 19 games for the Whitecaps for 1365 minutes, scoring 3 goals and an assist. He has played 8 games for the Impact for 572 minutes with 0 goals and 5 assists. His total numbers - 27 games, 1937 minutes, 3 goals and six assists SHOULD put him among the league leaders in games, assists and points. But, the USL's website credits the numbers put up with each team individually so Gjertsen doesn't get the credit he deserves. The 27 games he's played in is tied for the league-lead. They seem to think it's an important stat as it's the first one listed on the USL's stats page. But, Gjertsen isn't listed among the leaders. Also, because of the trade, he has a chance to finish with 29 games played even though USL teams only play 28. Montreal has 2 games remaining and if he plays in both he'll lead the league... assuming they give him credit. Gjertsen's 12 points should put him tied for 18th but, again, he isn't listed. And the five assists he's got with Montreal has him tied for third in that category but if the helper he got w/ Vancouver was included, he'd be third in assists, outright, and only three off the league leader, Dan Antoniuk of Atlanta. Given the pace he's gotten assists with the impact, it's not impossible he gets three in the final two games so he could tie for the league lead in assists and not be credited for it. How many players besides Gjertsen who switched USL clubs mid-season aren't getting full credit for the stats they've put up? Hopefully the folks at the USL realize this accounting mistake and take steps to correct it.