With the first season of LaxDraft DFS in the books, we decided to recap the top performances in the MLL Playoffs based on LaxDraft scoring. Marcus Holman may have won Coca-Cola MVP of the Championship Game, but did his performance earn him the top spot in the LaxDraft pool? Players are ranked by their Adjusted Points for the playoffs.


16 Points - Jack Kelly (G) and Michael Simon (D)

Although Denver came up just short in the MLL Championship Game, Jack Kelly and Michael Simon still racked up plenty of stats to help their LaxDraft scoring. Kelly totaled 26 saves in the two games, including 16 saves in just 45 minutes of action against the Rattlers in the Semi-Finals. 

Simon anchored the Outlaws' defense by causing three turnovers and scooping up three groundballs during the postseason. The eight-year veteran also scored two goals in Denver's 15-8 win over Rochester in the Semi-Finals. 


14 Points - Marcus Holman (A) and Joel White (D)

After tallying two goals and three assists in a Semi-Final win against the Launch, Marcus Holman had the performance of his career with four goals - three in the fourth quarter - and two assists in the MLL Championship Game. That showing earned him the Coca-Cola Most Valuable Player and he was the final LaxDraft LaxStat of the Week. 

The Rattlers couldn't get past Denver in the playoffs, despite Joel White picking up seven groundballs and taking two shots on net in the 15-8 loss. 


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