Tuesday, October 22, 2013

SJHL Source Embroidery Power Rankings

Press Release

1-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (8-1-0-1) ... 2nd last week
Cruising along right now with no regulation time losses in their last six.

2-YORKTON TERRIERS (8-3-0-0) ... 3rd last week
Defending champs help cool off La Ronge and are on a three game win streak.

3-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (7-4-0-0) ... 1st last week
Trip down south knocks them down a couple of pegs.

4-MELFORT MUSTANGS (6-5-0-0) ... 6th last week
Lots of grit, determination, and character on this club right now.

5-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (6-3-1-1) ... 4th last week
Schooled by Flin Flon last Tuesday, took La Ronge to school on Friday.

6-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (5-5-0-0) ... 8th last week
They split their four game road trip, but have to be disappointed after winning their first two.

7-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (5-6-0-0) ... 7th last week
They say you are what your record says you are and the Broncos are exactly that right now.  They play a lot of close games and win about half of them.

8-NIPAWIN HAWKS (4-6-0-1) ... 11th last week
Joe O'Brien takes over in goal.  If he can solidify the position, the Hawks are going to keep climbing.

9-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (4-8-0-0) ... 9th last week
Ryne Keller is a solid two way player, but the Stars need someone else to help out scoring as a few of their forwards are, officially, classified as being off to a slow start.

10-ESTEVAN BRUINS (3-5-1-1) ... 5th last week
A season can't blow up in a week, but three straight losses is disheartening after being well rested from an 11 day break.

11-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (3-4-0-0) ... 12th last week
Nice to see Aulie and Schwartzenberger start to produce and the Hounds, in turn, get a couple of wins.

12-WEYBURN RED WINGS (4-7-0-0) ... 10th last week
A nice rebound on the weekend after a horrible showing against Melfort on Thursday.


Tayler Thompson, Yorkton (7-3-11-14) ... Terriers haven't had a big time producer in years, but Thompson is their clear cut number one guy right now.

Sebastien Beauregard, La Ronge (7-8-3-11) ... Even when his team loses a couple, he can't stop himself from scoring.

Brett Boehm, Flin Flon (7-5-6-11) ... Arguably the most gifted player in the SJHL, he's heating up.

Sam Aulie, Notre Dame (3-5-1-6) ... Like Boehm, he is likely to figure prominently amongst the leaders sooner rather than later.

Dillon Schwartzenberger, Notre Dame (3-2-4-6) ... The three vets (Aulie, Schwartzenberger, Williams) all had great weeks and the Hounds won because of it.

Joe O'Brien, Nipawin (1-1-0-1. 2.17, .935) ... He takes over the crease in Nipawin and is off to a good start.

Kale Thomson, Yorkton (2-1, 1.67, .938) ... Settling into the uncontested number one role.

(Nathan can be reached at nathanfournier@mainehockeyjournal.com)

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