So Martin Jones had two fantastic games, while everyone else was pretty inconsistent. Rankings!
Drew wasn't great on Wednesday, but he picked up a power play goal, and the day before he emphatically won the Subban-Doughty showdown. Good enough to move him to the top spot; it's a meritocracy, and he's earned it.
He had a rough game on Wednesday and got his ice time knocked down quite a bit. It's probably a momentary hiccup, and he certainly produced against Montreal.
3. Martin Jones (Last Week: 9)
So, he won both games of a back-to-back and is now 4-0 with two shutouts in his brief NHL career. Stunning! We'll see if Sutter trusts him in a huge game in Chicago.
Four assists in the Montreal-Toronto back-to-back; I'll excuse Nick's failing grade for his line in the Leafs game.
He's been scoring steadily, and even when he didn't against Toronto, his line was the most consistent.
Not only does he have points in three straight, but his ice time is ticking back up (almost 15 minutes in Toronto).
Big goal against Toronto, though only two shots in his last two games is a little odd.
Mitchell had two strong games from the third pairing.
The Brown-Stoll-Williams line has been consistent, and Stoll had a nice little point streak going before Wednesday.
Goals in consecutive games after a prolonged scoring slump. Is a hot streak on the way?
No, but see above.
Got a power play goal! And made a really good defensive play in the third against Toronto. Otherwise, nothing exciting.
A decent week for Voynov, and that pass to Jeff Carter was phenomenal.
For whatever reason, he's been riding the bench. I assume we'll see him in one of the two weekend games now that Martin Jones doesn't have a shutout streak.
King could have been anywhere from 10-16, actually. But he's been scoreless for two weeks, so down he goes for now.
His combination with Richards and Toffoli is a step up, and he took advantage with the clincher against the Leafs.
Nolan had a good week on the fourth line, including the first goal against Montreal.
No penalties, and he was on the ice for goals in both games this week!
Actually, the entire fourth line looked decent this week. Fraser took an unfortunate and scary fall into the boards and will sit out tomorrow; bad luck, as he was playing decent hockey.
21. Linden Vey
Vey appears to be slotting back into the lineup tomorrow to replace the injured Fraser; can he keep the fourth line playing reasonably well?
Scratched in Toronto, which is a pretty clear sign that Darryl Sutter is not impressed with him. He doesn't seem to have a place in the top 9, and the fourth line is doing fine; I don't think we'll see him until this current winning streak ends.
Active, but didn't get back into the lineup.
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