Roger Vyse – Six Nations Rivermen
2 GP – 3 G – 8 A – 11 PTS
Roger Vyse continues to thrive within the Ontario Senior “B” loop as the Veteran of 149 NLL games as racked up a league leading 60 points in just 12 games. This past week Vyse’s Rivermen where in action twice, as the hosted the Wallaceburg Thrashers, before traveling to Oakville to take on the Titans. Vyse kicked off the week with a four assist performances in Six Nations 8-3 win over Wallaceburg, before exploding for seven points on 3 goals and 4 assists against the Oakville Titans. While the Rivermen went 1-1 this past weekend, Vyse continues to be a bright spot on a very deep an talented team.
Corey Fowler – St. Catharines Saints
1 GP – 5 G – 4 A – 9 PTS
The Saint where in action on just one occasion this past week, a 12-7 home victory over the Ennismore James Gang. While the Saints played short handed on Friday night with just 14 runners in their line up, Corey Fowler’s 9 point performance alone was enough to send the Saints to victory. Fowler has played just three games with the Saints this season, but through three games he’s racked up an impressive 17 points, giving him a 5.6 points per game average. It should also be noted that Fowler had a six point week as a Call Up with the K-W Kodiaks of the MSL, where he leads the Kodiaks in scoring with 21 points in six games.
Torey Van Every – St. Catharines Saints
1 GP – 2 G – 6 A – 8 PTS
Despite St. Catharines playing just once this week, another Saints player has cracked the three stars this week, and in Van Every’s case, its the second week in a row he makes the list. Van Every has been dominate since joining the Saints, after a trade from Six Nations, in just three games Van Every has picked up 17 points. Playing setup man for Corey Fowler, Dylan Llord and Jordan Critch, Van Every dished out six assists and found the back of the net on two occasions this past weekend. With Six Nations and Owen Sound on the schedule this weekend, the Saints will once again need Van Every at the top of his game.