Week 8 is now in the books and once again we had a lot of high flying action. The premier players of the league stood out for their teams as usual, but there was also goaltending this weekend that played a big part in games this past weekend.
1. Curtis Dickson (Cal) — The player they call “Superman” was just that. Dickson registered 7 G (4 PPG), 2 A in leading his team to their first win of the season. Dickson’s goal outburst moved him into a tie for second in the league overall with 22 goals scored. Also, Dickson with his 4 PPG Saturday night is now the leader with 8 PPG on the year.
2. Adam Jones (Col) — Jones registered 4 G/3 A helping the Mammoth to a much needed victory over the Black Wolves to end their three game losing streak. Jones also picked up six loose balls and had a power play goal. Jones is on pace to set career highs in goals (39-2014) and points (76-2012).
3. Cody Jamieson (Roc) — Jamieson registered 4 G/1 A to help lead his team to a season sweep over the Bandits. Jamieson factored into five of the team’s final seven goals. With his team down 12-10 Jamieson scored twice in a 1:15, then fired the overtime winner past Anthony Cosmo.
Toronto Rock: Rob Hellyer (2 G/6 A), Stephan LeBlanc (2 G/4 A), Brett Hickey (4 G), Josh Sanderson (2 G/5 A) were huge in the team’s victory. Nick Rose stopped 21/24 shots and shut the door after relieving starter Brandon Miller with the team down 9-5.
New England Black Wolves: Kevin Buchanan (3 G/7 A), Kyle Buchanan (5 G/6 A), Kevin Crowley (5 G/5 A) in a pair of weekend loses.
Colorado Mammoth: Alex Turner (3 G/1 A), Joey Cupido (2 G/1A/GWG). Dillon Ward stopped 49/61 shots faced for the victory.
Buffalo Bandits: Alex Kedoh Hill (3 G/1 A), Dhane Smith (3 G/3 A) in a heartbreaking loss Saturday night.
Rochester Knighthawks: Corey Vitarelli (3 G/1 A), Craig Point (2 G/4 A), Jordan Hall (5 A) in a big team win over the Buffalo Bandits, sweeping the season series and helping the team win five of last six.
Calgary Rougnecks: Dane Dobbie (3 G/4 A), Shawn Evans (2 G/4 A), Frank Scigliano stopped 36/49 to get the first win of the year for Calgary.
Vancouver Stealth: Rhys Duch (4 G/4 A), Corey Small (4 G/3 A), in a tough loss to Calgary