Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Source Embroidery SJHL power rankings

Press Release

1-YORKTON (18-5-1-2) ... 1st last week
No regulation losses in their last nine and, almost, impossible to score against

2-HUMBOLDT (16-8-1-2) ... 2nd last week
Matching the Terriers with no regulation losses in their last nine and getting better each night, it seems.

3-KINDERSLEY (15-8-3-1) ... 5th last week
Powerplay starting to click and wouldn't a Broncos-Klippers playoff series by dynamite?

4-MELVILLE (15-6-2-2) ... 3rd last week
Schooled Flin Flon on the road on Saturday and appear back on track after a hiccup.

5-NIPAWIN (13-10-0-2) ... 4th last week
Coming off a loss to start the week, but still threatening to run away with Sherwood Division.

6-BATTLEFORDS (14-13-0-2) ... 7th last week
Above .500 for the first time this season and rolling right along.

7-ESTEVAN (10-10-2-2) ... 6th last week
They've dropped four in a row and failed to take advantage of Melville slump.

8-NOTRE DAME (10-11-1-1) ... 9th last week
Easy to forget they have plenty of games in hand on teams ahead of them.

9-WEYBURN (10-13-1-1) ... 11th last week
As the young players get more and more comfortable with new roles, the team's results have improved.

10-FLIN FLON (12-14-0-0) ... 8th last week
Shockingly, outshot 16-1 at home in the first period on Saturday.  They've lost 4 in a row.

11-LA RONGE (12-13-0-0) ... 10th last week
A number of roster moves in recent weeks; hopefully stability will bring back more consistency.

12-MELFORT (9-11-0-4) ... 12th last week
Two wins in ten and the fewest wins in the league overall.


Colby Daniels (3-3-3-6) & Stefan Seel (3-2-4-6), Kindersley ... picked up the slack with a short staffed roster last week.

Austin Daae, Estevan (6-7-3-10) ... not getting a lot of help but he's still producing.

Blake Young, Battlefords (6-4-5-9) ... the offensive key for the Stars on their hot streak.

Latrell Charleson, Battlefords (5-1-5-6) ... blueliner emerging with his offensive game.

Ryan Donovan, Notre Dame (8-5-4-9) ... has stepped up as the go-to performer on the Hounds.

Kale Thomson, Yorkton (4-0, 2SO, 0.99, .960) ... goal scoring is down, but this is ridiculous.

Michael Gudmandson, Battlefords (4-0, 1SO, 1.75, .952) ... quite a start with his new team.

Rylan Parenteau, Weyburn (3-3, 1.94, .943) ... wins half of his games with minimal support.

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

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