Making a dramatic move on Saturday night was definitely John B., who took down the entire 10-point gap between himself and Peter, and took over the second place spot, thanks to the goals scored tie-breaker. John currently sits fifth in the goals scored category with 221, while Peter is mired in a tie for eleventh with 200.
The lead also opened up by another 6 points on Saturday night, mostly while Peter was losing his lead on John B.. Clayton managed to keep his lead wide, but John B. did make up some points on him, but he was a ways back to start the night.
Let's have a look at Sunday's action, shall we?
|Clayton||John B.||Peter||Benson||Marcus||John P.||Jeremy|
|MIN/DET||None||None||Marek Zidlicky, D||Johan Franzen, F||Jiri Hudler, F||Marian Hossa, F||Pierre-Marc Bouchard, F|
|Ty Conklin, G||Pavel Datsyuk, F||Mikko Koivu, F|
|Marc-Andre Bergeron, D|
|ATL/WAS||None||None||None||Alex Ovechkin, F||None||Bryan Little, F||None|
|Todd White, F|
|PIT/FLA||None||None||Nathan Horton, F||None||None||Kristopher Letang, D||David Booth, F|
|CHI/CBJ||Steve Mason, G||Duncan Keith, D||None||Fedor Tyutin, D||Martin Havlat, F||Cam Barker, D||Nikolai Khabibulin, G|
|Kristian Huselius, F||Cristobel Huet, G|
|Mike Commodore, D|
|SAN/ANA||Joe Thornton, F||Evgeni Nabokov, G||Scott Niedermayer, D||None||None||Milan Michalek, F||Ryane Clowe, F|
|Ryan Getzlaf, F|
|COL/VAN||Kevin Bieksa, D||None||None||Marek Svatos, F||None||Daniel Sedin, F||None|
|Mattias Ohlund, D||Henrik Sedin, F|
|Sami Salo, D||Roberto Luongo, G|
It's a fairly light day on the schedule on Sunday. It's one where you're not expecting a lot to happen on the score sheets, but there could be some movement in the standings.
With John B. and Peter now in a dogfight for second place, we now have something to watch for the last week of action. Both teams being tied, we can have a quick look at their skater games and see that John does have a slight edge, having two forwards, a defenseman and a goalie start up against Peter's one forward and two defensemen.
Benson and Marcus don't have many more games than the pair tied for second, but they'll need a big offensive days from the Red Wings to keep their hopes and teams alive on the preview.