Monday, November 26, 2012


Press Release

 1-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (16-6-0-3) ... 3rd last week
Playing soundly at both ends of the rink on their way to unbeaten in eleven games to begin the week.

2-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (19-6-0-0) ... 1st  last week
They finally lost at home, but they still boast the league’s best record.

3-YORKTON TERRIERS (17-7-0-1) ... 4th last week
Terriers are heating up again with five wins in a row behind strong netminding.

4-NIPAWIN HAWKS (12-7-1-4) ... 6th last week
Unbeaten in six and just one regulation loss in their last ten.

5-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (15-7-2-0) ... 2nd last week
Uncharacteristically, they’ve dropped three straight and have allowed the hot Hawks to get to within three points.

6-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (14-9-0-2) ... 5th last week
League MVP has to be Ian McNulty, as Mils haven’t won since he got hurt and they have just two winsin their last ten.

7-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (12-11-0-0) ... 7th last week
As soon as rumours circulated they may be looking to go young, they reel off four straight victories.
8-ESTEVAN BRUINS (8-11-2-0) ... 8th last week
An admirable effort in the last month in light of a rash of injuries.

9-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (8-12-2-2) ... 11th last week
A nice weekend for the Klippers, who got three of a possible four points and remain six points up for a playoff berth.

10-MELFORT MUSTANGS (9-13-0-1) ... 10th last week
Mustangs get back in the win column, but losing ground on fourth place.

11-WEYBURN RED WINGS (7-16-0-0) ... 12th last week
Much needed two wins as they were in danger of getting buried in the cellar.

12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (7-16-0-3) ... 9th last week
Lose Dieno, but add Rollins; however five straight losses for the Ice Wolves.

Sam Aulie, Notre Dame (8-6-6-12) ... A huge part of their success, he continues to get better.

Brett Boehm, Flin Flon (5-5-4-9) ... A two-horse race with Aulie for Rookie Of The Year.
Kyle Hall, Battlefords (5-6-1-7) ... Veteran leading the Stars back into contention.

Brady Norrish, Yorkton (6-0-5-5) ... Skilled defenseman reaping benefits in statistics.

Tayler Thompson, Yorkton (4-3-1-4) ... Back from concussion and showing no ill effects.

Matt Hrynkiw, Humboldt (3-2, 1.00, .966) ... Can you believe he’s lost TWO with those numbers?

Alex Wakaluk, Melville (0-4-0-1, 2.04, .938) ... Could be worse for Hrynkiw, Wakaluk hasn’t won in five starts despite impressive GAA and SPCT numbers.
Davis Jones, Nipawin (4-0-0-1, 1.18, .960 2 SO) ... Last week we said he’s heating up.  It’s official:  he’s hot.

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