Monday, December 16, 2013

Source Embroidery SJHL power rankings

Press Release

 1-HUMBOLDT (21-9-1-2) ... 2nd last week
Three wins in a row and knockout goaltending from rookie Pashovitz.

2-YORKTON (19-7-2-3) ... 1st last week
Winless last week to get knocked from the top position.

3-MELVILLE (19-8-2-2) ... 5th last week
Starting to get healthy as Harbor and Kilback return.

4-KINDERSLEY (19-10-3-1) ... 3rd last week
Still hanging in the hunt for top spot in Kramer with the Broncos.

5-NIPAWIN (15-12-0-3) ... 4th last week
A .500 week, Hawks still have opportunity to run away with the Sherwood.

6-BATTLEFORDS (17-15-0-2) ... 6th last week
They’ve positioned themselves nicely to make a run at the Klippers in the second half if they get hot again.

7-ESTEVAN (14-13-2-2) ... 8th last week
Healthy bodies has been a challenge, they’ve had some bad luck too this year with key players moving to the WHL.

8-LA RONGE (14-15-1-0) ... 9th last week
Roster composition looks really formidable, now they just have to develop chemistry.

9-FLIN FLON (14-15-0-1) ... 10th last week

The trade of Boehm was a tough transaction, but it’s a message for the rest of the roster to step up.

10-NOTRE DAME (12-14-1-1) ... 7th last week
Failed the capitalize on a couple of their games in hand last week.

11-MELFORT (12-15-0-4) ... 12th last week
Coaching change has resulted in more goals for and a few wins, although they enter week losers of two in a row.

12-WEYBURN (11-17-2-2) ... 11th last week
Rough patches have to be expected for a young team.

WHO’S HOT

Ryland Pashovitz, Humboldt (3-0, 0.67, .978, 1SO) ... the kid is really something.  It’s, pretty much, impossible to score on him.

Devin Buffalo, Flin Flon (2-1-1, 1.60, .949, 2SO) ... he can carry a team all by himself, at times.

Landon Farrell, Melville (6-1-8-9) ... 19-year-olds don’t often get considered for Rookie Of The Year, but he’s going to be hard to ignore.

Cole Hyrsky, Melfort (7-1-7-8) ... the Mustangs need offense and Hrysky is stepping up.

Austin Roesslein, Estevan (7-4-4-8) ... solid two way forward is starting to develop his scoring aspect.

David Miazga, Humboldt (4-3-3-6) ... the latest in a ‘score by committee’ to come to the forefront.

Alec Brandrup, Melville (4-3-1-4) ... has emerged as the ‘go to’ point man on Mils powerplay.

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

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