Week 3 Who’s Hot/Who’s Not

There are few repeats from last week. Ben Rubeor makes the list yet again, while Ohio's attack is still struggling. As for the rest, here's what we have.


Ned Crotty-The attackman really stepped up this weekend. He tallied 7 points (3 goals, 4 assists) in Rochester's win against Charlotte. Crotty's now tied for first in the league in points-per-game. 

Ben Rubeor-Another day, another dollar for this guy. How do you follow a 7 goal performance? How about four more. It looks like he's going to be garnering more and more respect.

Brodie Merrill-2 wins for Hamilton to start the season. Against New York last weekend, eight ground balls by Merrill led the Nats to victory. 


Boston-Another loss for the Cannons. There's not much to say anymore with this squad. One thing is for sure, a matchup with Chesapeake this weekend is not what it needs.

Ohio's Attack-Only five goals in the loss to Denver last weekend. No player has more than 4 points. Maybe things will get going against New York this weekend.

Tommy Palasek-After starting the season with a five point performance against Boston, Palasek has just one goal in the last two. He has too much talent and that fits too well with the MLL style for this to continue. I expect him to turn it around soon.