Hey, here's some more VHFL coverage. So I'm just gonna take a look at all the VHFL players and put together the highest fantasy scoring line so here we go!
LW Gabiel McAllister
With 206.6 fantasy points, McAllister is the highest scoring forward, and fourth highest player overall. He leads the league in hits at 365 (putting him on pace to break the single-season record). He is near the top in goals as well, but sits lower down the list in points with just 79. McAllister was a very high pick in every VHFL group, and he has not disappointed those teams who were lucky enough to get him.
C Jack Shepard
Teammate Fook Yu is technically listed as a center, but he doesn't play the position. Shepard leads the league with 46 goals, five more than the three-way tie for second. Just 16th overall among skaters with 159.6 fantasy points, Shepard's lack of a physical game really hampers his VHFL showing. Still, his offensive prowess has him as the sixth best forward, and top center.
RW Aleksei Federov
Keaton Louth is listed as a right wing, but plays on the left side, so Shepard's teammate Federov is actually the highest in this position. Federov has nice all-around stats, with 39 goals, 45 assists, and 285 hits. Three left wingers rank above him, but at 197.6, he is within ten fantasy points of the top forward spot.
D Emil Martinov
Leads the league in shots blocked by far, making him the highest fantasy scorer.
D Ay Ay Ron
Another league leader, Ay Ay Ron has 72 assists. No one else in the league is even on pace to reach that number by the end of the season. Ron also has over 200 hits and over 100 shots blocked, which has him at 221.6 fantasy points. He is not far behind Martinov, whose lead was much higher at the beginning of the season, so Ron could possibly end up as the highest fantasy scorer.
G Norris Stopko
The top four goalies are within ten fantasy points of each other, but Stopko's 177.75 have in in the lead for now thanks to his league-leading 11 shutouts. He leads the league in save percentage and goals against average, but given that he has fewer wins and saves than Arkander and King, he will need to stay sharp to hold onto his fantasy lead. Whoever has the most shutouts in the finals games will likely finish as the best fantasy goalie.