Left Winger: Elias Dahlberg
Elias has been a superstar for this team, and you could argue that he's their best player. The sophomore has potted 42 goals and has assisted on 60 goals to get a grand total of 102 points. 4th place in the league for points, the young winger has proven himself as a dangerous and potent player, a future superstar, and maybe face of the franchise.
Center: Rylan Peace
The former Riga forward has been lights out and makes a strong case for the best player for the Dynamo. Just like his linemate Elias Dahlberg, he has been on fire and is no stranger to lighting the lamp. Leading the Dynamo in goal scoring with 49 goals, as well as getting 49 assists for a grand total of 98 points, Rylan is also proving himself to be a weapon for Davos. Him and Elias have been on fire together and are considered the Gaudreau-Monahan pair for Davos.
Right Winger: Pat Svoboda
While Pat hasn't been as great as his two linemates points-wise, he has still been a solid first line winger. With 31 goals and 34 assists (for 65 points), he has been a good player for the Dynamo and is a great match with Dahlberg and Peace. If Dahlberg and Peace are the Gaudreau and Monahan of Davos, then he's the Lindholm of that line.
Defenseman: Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen
One the most hardest, if not, the hardest, name to pronounce in hockey history. Smitty Wer....you know the rest, has been a good solid defenseman for the Dynamo. Offensively good as well, with 2 goals and 42 assists for a total of 44 points. He may not be a superstar, but he is solid, which is all the Dynamo want right now.
Center: Connor McDavid
The former NHL superstar seems to be struggling to find success here in the VHL, having only 13 goals and 22 assists (for a total of 35 points) in his first season here. Despite this, he is still a good young player with a lot of potential. He may not be showing great numbers, but I think Connor is on track to become a solid player in the VHL.
Right Winger: John Madden
This young player is playing his first ACTUAL season in the VHL and has put up 24 goals and 17 assists (making 41 points). He may not be putting up numbers offensively, but damn is he a great defensive forward. Sure, he may have a brutal plus-minus, but he leads all forwards in Davos in Shots Blocked, can hit, proving his defensive capability. John Madden can also be a solid player, if not, a great player but we'll have to wait and see what the future holds.
Right Winger: Katie Warren
The only active female forward in the VHL, Katie hasn't done half bad. Sure, her point total might be 30 with only 10 goals and 20 assists, but she has been good. In a league dominated by strong and big men, she has been very physical and can hit hard. She is a great hitter and a fast player. If she becomes an enforcer, beating the shit out of grown men twice her size, that would be cool. But I digress, I can see Katie becoming a solid player in the future.
Goaltender: Finn Davison
Sure, he may have a 29-29-5 record in his second season but he has been okay for the Dynamo. He's a solid goaltender, and I don't really think the bad record and his stats are necessarily his fault. Davison has been good for the Dynamo, and has really shined through some tough times. Considering how young he is, he isn't doing half bad. Davison is a good goaltender and will have a good future here in the VHL.