Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Source Embroidery SJHL power rankings

Press Release

1-Melville Millionaires (13-3-1-2) ... 1st last week
No regulation losses in nine.  Showdown with Yorkton this weekend looms.

2-Yorkton Terriers (13-5-1-2) ... 2nd last week
Best compliment you can pay a team is when other teams say, “They are the best we’ve faced.”

3-Nipawin Hawks (12-9-0-2) ... 5th last week
Won eight of ten and have seized control of Sherwood Division.

4-Kindersley Klippers (13-6-1-1) ... 3rd last week
They couldn’t score for over a week, but finally back in the win column.

5-Humboldt Broncos (11-8-1-1) ... 7th last week
Just two regulation losses in their last ten.  Here come the Broncos.

6-Estevan Bruins (9-6-2-2) ... 4th last week
Keeping pace with the Terriers and Mils in the Viterra.

7-Melfort Mustangs (8-8-1-2) ... 10th last week
Almost all of their games are close whether they win or lose.

8-Flin Flon Bombers (10-10-0-0) ... 8th last week
They sweep La Ronge and then get swept down south.  Up and down yo-yo season continues.

9-La Ronge Ice Wolves (10-9-0-0) ... 6th last week
Should fans be alarmed?  Only three wins in their last ten.  Long slumps can kill a team in this league.

10-Notre Dame Hounds (7-9-1-1) ... 11th last week
Brett Soles steals the week with a pair of shutouts.

11-Battlefords North Stars (8-13-1-1) ... 9th last week
They didn’t lose last week in regulation time, but they lose spots in the rankings.   That’s parity for you.

12-Weyburn Red Wings (8-12-0-1) ... 12th last week
They beat the mighty Terriers and don’t move up?  That’s parity for you too.


Isaiah Plett, Melville (3-0, 1SO, 0.97, .967) ... maybe the biggest reason for Mils’ success.

Kale Thomson, Yorkton (3-0-2, 1.55, .948) ... Terrier workhorse gets better each night.

Brett Boehm, Flin Flon (4-1-5-6) ... with Blair out, he has a lot of weight to carry.

Parker Evans-Campbell, Flin Flon (4-1-4-5) ... maybe Evans-Campbell picks up some slack.

Tad Kozun, Nipawin (9-8-2-10) ... Hey Tad:  scoring is supposed to be DOWN this year.

Ty McLean, Weyburn (7-3-5-8) ... With Williams traded, McLean becomes a focal point.

Ryan Cooper, Weyburn (7-2-6-8) ... Realizing his offensive potential.

Brian Farkas, Weyburn (8-4-5-9) ... Quietly enjoying a real productive season.

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