We don't have a whole lot of change in the top of the rankings this week, but the bottom is a different story. 1 and 2 are the same. Rochester makes the biggest jump, while three teams are tied for the biggest drop.
1) Chesapeake Bayhawks (3-0) (LW: 1, High: 1, Low: 1)– Ben Rubeor with another how week and how about Kip Turner? The guy's giving up just four goals-per-game. Amazing.
2) Denver Outlaws (3-0) (LW: 2, High: 2, Low: 2)– Denver's started the season with three straight road wins. Now, it returns to the Mile HIgh City and that great home crowd. This streak could last a couple more weeks.
3) Hamilton Nationals (2-0) (LW: 4, High: 3, Low: 4)– What a statement when over New York. Hamilton's starting to show that it's a force to be reckoned with.
4) New York Lizards (1-2) (LW: 3, High: 3. Low: 4)– New York's now lost two straight. In the first loss, it was without a lot of it's offensive talent. However, last weekend, guys like Mark Matthews returned. This team needs more role players to step up and stop this streak.
5) Charlotte Hounds (1-2) (LW: 5, High: 5, Low: 5)– The Hounds lost, but didn't have Matt Danowski. That earns a pass.
6) Rochester Rattlers (1-2) (LW: 8, High: 6, Low: 8)– The Rattlers finally got a win and have that monkey off their back. Now can it continue?
7) Boston Cannons (0-3) (LW: 6, High: 6, Low: 7)– Another loss for Boston and don't look now, but Chesapeake's coming to town.
8) Ohio Machine (0-2) (LW: 7, High 7, Low 8)– This team just isn't scroing enough right now. Plain and simple.