Week 2 is in the books and Ted Pecarski on the power of his Bruins took 2nd place on the first line and tied for 2nd on the 2nd line and pitched in a 3rd place on the 3rd line to round up a total of 26.75 points for the week and jump seven spots up into 2nd place. With 19 points on the first line normally that would snag first place but Brad's boys posted a lofty 26 points to win the first line for Brad. Unfortunately for Brad that is pretty well all his boys could muster for the week.
Tim Hartnett bummed out on the first line but won the second line and a 2nd place on the 3rd line hauled in 20.0 points to jump up into 3rd spot. Pacioretty lead the way with 7 points on his 2nd line.
Third place this week went to the aformentioned Brad (16.55 pts) with killing the 1st line win. Laine blasted 8 points, Crosby with 7, Letang with 6 and Tkachuk a paltry 5 points. All totalled for 26 points of which he could of had more points if spread around a bit more.
The following three for weekly points were Jason K (13.75) and Cliff F. and the Pirates scratching out 11.9 points. For the second week in a row Craig's group had a hard time find the score sheet. If not for the 0.9 points on the first line he would have put up consecutive ZERO's. Tough start but there is a long way to go.
Other notable performances this week were Stone(5), Kopitar(5), Johanson(5), Guentzel(5), Neal(5), Pacioretty(7), Kovalchuk(5), Scheifele(7), Dadanov(5), Marchand(6), Pastranek(6), Draisaitl(6), McDavid(7), Carslon(7) both on Jason's 1st line, Stastny(5). There was a lot of red lights behind goalies back this week. Some big injuries starting to surface with Tavares (Tim) gone for a few weeks). Until next week keep your stick on the ice.
Remember we are determining what a free agents position is at the time of pickup. We have agreed that we would be using The Hockey News - http://www.thehockeynews.com under the "Depth Chart" link for each team to determine a player/ís position. UPDATE ** The position will be the one stated on the "Dept Chart" web page.