Offensively at least, the teams seem to have separated themselves into 3 ranks.
At the top: Saskatchewan, Montreal, Winnipeg
These teams all scored around 50 points and seemed to be in excellent form. Put the scores up and stepped up when needed.
In the middle: Calgary, BC, Hamilton
These teams scored 25-30 points, did some things well and need some work in others. 2/3 did win which counts for alot.
Bottomfeeders: Toronto, Edmonton
Scored under 20 points, defenses were on the field too long, too many players are still in preseason learning mode.
Defensively of course, you can argue things differently…