|Clayton (669 points)||Marcus (-5 from lead)||Jeremy (-9)||Benson (-12)||John B. (-15)|
|NJD/CAR||Zach Parise, F||None||None||Jamie Langenbrunner, F||Ray Whitney, F|
|Eric Staal, F|
|CHI/CBJ||Steve Mason, G||Martin Havlat, F||Nikolai Khabibulin, G||Fedor Tyutin, D||Kristian Huselius, F|
|Mike Commodore, D||Duncan Keith, D|
|DAL/CAL||None||Mike Cammalleri, F||Jarome Iginla, F||Todd Bertuzzi, F||Daymond Langkow, F|
|Curtis Glencross, F||Mike Ribeiro, F|
|NAS/ANA||None||J-P Dumont, F||Shea Weber, D||Dan Hamhuis, D||Jason Arnott, F||Inj.|
|Ryan Getzlaf, F|
We're getting nice and close to the end and I thought I would start getting some previews of the match-ups, especially for those teams in the money running. I hope to do this everyday, but there really is no guarantee. Also, I know Peter is only a couple points behind John, but I'm wasn't quite sure how much room I had on the first run. I will throw you on Peter, if the final result looks good.
Well, at first gander, it looks like it will be a good night to jump on Clayton, especially Marcus, who has a possible six players going tonight. The probable goaltender for Chicago is Cristobel Huet, as Nikolai Khabibulin hasn't fared well in his first two starts since coming back from injury. Saying that, Benson has a good chance at jumping up on Jeremy and into third spot, likely bringing John along with him.
That's the forecast thus far, let's see how it all plays out tonight, shall we?