Well, we're just past the quarter-way mark in this lockout-shortened, 48-game NHL season, so what better time to look at the Top 5 Power Play Surprises of the season so far. Next week we'll look at the other end of the PP spectrum - biggest disappointments - and how you should be adjusting your fantasy lineups accordingly.
Top 5 PP Surprises
Mike Ribeiro, C, WAS
. Ribeiro did not enjoy huge success on the PP with Dallas last year, recording just 15 points (2G, 13A) in 74 games. This season, however (his first with Washington), he's already two-thirds of the way to last year's total. In just 14 games, he's put up 10 PP points (4G, 6A) playing on the Capitals' big line alongside Alexander Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, Troy Brouwer and Mike Green. The Caps may be a struggling team right now (second-last in the East), but their PP attack ranks fourth in the NHL overall - something to keep in mind when you're setting your weekly fantasy lineups. You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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