As the season winds down, here’s the standings.
Garrett Billings is on his second week out with injury but continues to lead in points with 101. Cody Jamieson picked up seven points to remain second with 96. Behind him in third is Shawn Evans with 92; Evans picked up four points over the weekend.
Dane Dobbie had two goals to bring his lead in that category to 47. In the second slot is Stephen LeBlanc who picked up three, giving him 39. Third is John Grant Jr. with 37; he scored four against the Rush this weekend.
Shawn Evans has overtaken Garrett Billings for the lead in assists with 72. Evans had three assists this week. Billings is second with 69. Dan Dawson also had three assists to bring him to 65 for third.
Geoff Snider is at 287 faceoff wins for the top slot, having added 15 over the weekend. Bob Snider remains in second with 243; he won 17 against the Rush on Friday. Having won 21 faceoffs over the weekend, Jeremy Thompson overtakes Jay Thorimbert for the third slot with 207.
Andrew Suitor added 12 penalty minutes this week to bring his lead to 73. Matt Beers remains in second and added two for 48. In third, Nik Bilic also added two to give him 46.
John Grant Jr. extended his lead in power play goals this week to 14, having scored two. Jeff Shattler is behind him at 11, having picked up one. In third with 10 are Jordan Hall, Colin Doyle, and Dane Dobbie. Hall was the only one to pick up a power play goal over the weekend.
John Grant Jr. added 14 shots on goal to bring his lead to 175. Behind him Mark Matthews added 17 for a second place total of 155. In third is Stephan LeBlanc with 154, who had eight shots hit the net.
Aaron Bold picked up another win, taking his lead to 14. Matt Vinc and Mike Poulin are tied for second with 10. Vinc picked up a win while Poulin had a loss. Anthony Cosmo is in third with eight; he lost to the Swarm this weekend.
Aaron Bold’s GAA has fallen again from 8.51 to 8.66, but he continues to hold the lead in that category. Matt Vinc remains in second and improved from 9.85 to 9.64. In third is Anthony Cosmo, also with a slight improvement from 10.65 to 10.60.
Cosmo made 41 saves this weekend to bring his lead to 645. Mike Poulin is behind him with 558, having made 30. In third is Evan Kirk. Kirk made 46 saves on Saturday to give him at total of 517.