In week two of the ALL we saw four games across two days this weekend. Here are you three stars after the action from week two.
Mark Vradenburg, F, Peterborough Timbermen
Vradenburg makes this list for the second time of the season in as many weeks. The forward helped lead the Peterborough Timbermen to a 19-15 victory over the Toronto Monarchs on Saturday. In the win Vradenburg tallied 9 points (4G,5A) to help lead the Timbermen to their second victory of the year.
Luke Laszkiewicz, F, Oshawa Outlaws
Despite a two goal loss to the Whitby Steelhawks the forward Laszkiewicz was a leader for the Oshawa Outlaws. Now a three year veteran, Laszkiewicz tallied 6 points (5G,1A) in his first game with Oshawa.
Bryan Neufeld, F, St. Catherines Shockwave
Though the Shockwave had two games this weekend Neufeld only appeared in one. The forward would help lead his team to a 20-10 victory over the Paris RiverWolves on Saturday. Neufeld tallied 8 points (4G,4A) in the win.
Tim Bergin (R,Peterborough Timbermen) notched up 9 points (2G,7A) in Peterborough’s 19-15 win over the Toronto Monarchs.
Mike Burke (F,Paris RiverWolves) had 7 points (3G,4A) as the RiverWolves lost 20-10 to the St. Catherines Shockwave on Saturday.
Brendan Muise (R, Toronto Monarchs) was able to put up 7 points (1G,6A) despite losing 19-15 against the Peterborough Timbermen.
1. St. Catherines Shockwave (2-0)
2. Peterborough Timbermen (3-0)
3. Oshawa Outlaws (1-1)
4. Toronto Monarchs (1-1)
5. Paris RiverWolves (1-1)
6. Whitby Steelhawks (0-2)
7. Six Nations Snipers (0-3)