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Dauphin Kings Neepawa Natives OCN Blizzard Portage Terriers Selkirk Steelers Steinbach Pistons Swan Valley Stampeders Virden Oil Capitals Wayway Wolverines Winkler Flyers Winnipeg Blues

MJHL Power Rankings – Week 7

 

RANKING TEAM LAST WEEK DETAILS
1. (15-3-0)
2nd 
Six straight wins have the Steinbach Pistons as the hottest team in the MJHL right now, but it’s a quiet week for them with just one game on tap. The Pistons are ranked 6th on the CJHL Top 20 this week.
Schedule this week: vs. Winnipeg on Wednesday
Player to watch: (F) William Koop – 3G, 2A in 2GP last week.
2. (14-4-0)
1st
Two wins in three games last week for the Flyers. They’ll look to start another winning streak Tuesday when they skate with the Steelers in Selkirk. Winkler is 17th on the CJHL Top 20 this week.
Schedule this week: @ Selkirk on Tuesday, vs. Swan Valley on Saturday & vs. Neepawa on Sunday
Player to watch: (G) Troy Martyniuk – 2-1, .952 SV% & 1.62 GAA in 3GP last week.
3. (13-5-2)
3rd
OCN split their home series with the Flyers and are now tied with Winkler for second overall in the standings, two points back of Steinbach for first.
Schedule this week: @ Portage on Wednesday, @ Dauphin on Thursday & @ Wayway on Sunday
Player to watch: (F) Brody Dale – 2G, 3A in 3GP last week.
4. (11-5-0)
5th
A couple wins over the Dauphin Kings have the Oil Capitals moving up the standings. Virden has three games this week, two of them are on the road.
Schedule this week: @ Swan Valley on Wednesday, vs. Neepawa on Thursday & @ Winnipeg on Sunday
Player to watch: (F) Kyle Salaway – 2G, 5A in 2GP last week.
5. (10-6-2)
6th
A win and a loss for the defending MJHL champions last week. The Portage Terriers have lost four of their last five coming into this week.
Schedule this week: vs. OCN on Thursday, @ Wayway on Thursday & vs. Swan Valley on Sunday
Player to watch: (D) Cody Thompson – 2G, 2A in 2GP last week
6. (8-9-3)
8th
The Winnipeg Blues have won three straight and have points in seven straight outings to jump up the standings. Four of their next five games are away from the Bell MTS Iceplex.
Schedule this week: @ Steinbach on Wednesday, @ Dauphin on Thursday & vs. Virden on Sunday
Player to watch: (F) Dale Goodbrandson – 3G, 2A in 3GP last week.
7. (10-6-1)
4th
After going on a lengthy winning streak the Selkirk Steelers have now lost three straight games coming into this week’s action
Schedule this week: vs. Winkler on Tuesday & @ Neepawa on Wednesday
Player to Watch: (F) Brady Castellano – 2G, in 2GP last week
8. (8-9-1)
7th
Only two games for the Neepawa Natives last week. They beat Wayway 10-3 and then were doubled 6-3 by Winnipeg. The schedule gets a bit busier this week.
Schedule this week: @ Dauphin on Tuesday, vs. Selkirk on Wednesday, @ Virden on Thursday & @ Winker on Sunday
Player to watch: (F) Jordan Martin – 4A in 2GP last week.
9. (6-7-3)
9th
The Stampeders grabbed four of a possible six points in the first week of November and are now two points out of the playoff picture coming into this week.
Schedule this week: vs. Virden on Wednesday, @ Winkler on Saturday & @ Portage on Sunday
Player to watch: (F) Noah Basarab – 2G, 1A in 3GP last week.
10. (4-14-1)
10th
A couple tough losses to Virden have the Dauphin Kings with six straight losses. They continue their five game home stand this week.
Schedule this week: vs. Neepawa on Tuesday, vs. OCN on Thursday & vs. Winnipeg on Friday
Player to watch: (D) Riley Shamray – 1G, 1A in 2GP last week.
11. (1-18-1)
11th
The Wolverines had a rough week with losses to Neepawa (10-3) and Steinbach twice (9-1 & 6-0). They’ll try to get out of their losing skid with two home games this week.
Schedule this week: vs. Portage on Friday & vs. OCN on Sunday
Player to watch: (D) Wayde Johannessson – 1G, 2A in 3GP last week.