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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 Winnipeg Freeze

MJHL Power Rankings | 2020-21 Week 1

2020-21 Week 1  |  October 9-11, 2020

  1. (2-0-0-0) 
    Two games and two wins last week for the Steinbach Pistons. They didn’t allow a goal and outscored their opponent 10-0 in the process.
    Schedule this week: vs. Winnipeg Freeze on Saturday & @ Winnipeg Freeze on Sunday
    Player to watch: (F) Ty Naaykens – 2G, 4A in 2GP last week. 
  2. (2-0-0-0) 
    The Winnipeg Blues got off to a strong start this season. They beat the Selkirk Steelers twice over the weekend. First by a score of 5-3 then 6-1.
    Schedule this week: vs. Selkirk on Friday & @ Selkirk on Saturday
    Player to watch: (F) Brayden Foreman – 3G, 4A in 2GP last week.
  3. (2-0-0-0) 
    The Swan Valley Stampeders are the third of four teams that remain perfect after two contests. The Stamps beat OCN twice over the weekend and will try and keep rolling when they battle the Blizzard again this week.
    Schedule this week: @ OCN on Friday & vs. OCN on Saturday
    Player to watch: (F) Quinn Mulder – 2G, 2A in 2GP last week.
  4. (2-0-0-0)  
    The Flyers also had a good weekend. They got two victories over the Neepawa Natives, beating them 3-2 in OT on opening night then 4-1 on home ice Saturday.
    Schedule this week: @ Neepawa on Saturday & vs. Neepawa on Sunday
    Player to watch: (F) Ian Tookenay – 2G, 1A in 2GP last week (2 GWG).
  5. (1-0-1-0) 
    Three of a possible four points for the Virden Oil Capitals over the weekend. The Oil Caps suffered an overtime loss to the Terriers on Sunday. They’ll be in Portage for both games this weekend.
    Schedule this week: @ Portage Friday & Sunday
    Player to watch: (F) Hunter Cloutier – 1G, 1A in 2GP last week.
  6. (1-1-0-0)
    The Kings started off with a rough 7-3 loss in their home opener but bounced back very strong with a 7-0 decision on the road on the Wayway.
    Schedule this week: @ Wayway on Friday & vs. Wayway on Saturday
    Player to watch: (F) Koby Morrisseau – 2G, 2A in 2GP last week. 
  7. (1-1-0-0) 
    The Terriers snagged an overtime win in Virden over the weekend, picking up two of a possible four points on the road. They’ll return to Stride Place for two tilts this weekend.
    Schedule this week: vs. Virden on Friday & Sunday
    Player to watch: (F) Tyson McLean – 2G, 1A in 2GP last week. 
  8. (1-1-0-0) 
    Waywayseecappo started their year with an impressive 7-3 win in Dauphin but unfortunately followed that up with a flat 7-0 loss in their home opener to the Kings the next night.
    Schedule this week: vs. Dauphin on Friday & @ Dauphin on Saturday
    Player to watch: (F) Conrad Phillips – 1G, 2A in 2GP last week. 
  9. (0-1-1-0) 
    Neepawa had an exciting start to their season on home ice, but couldn’t get the extra point in a 3-2 OT loss to the visiting Flyers. The Natives then dropped a 4-1 decision on the road the next night in Winkler.
    Schedule this week: vs. Winkler on Saturday & @ Winkler on Sunday
    Player to watch: (F) Eli Lieffers – 2 Assists in 2GP last week.   
  10. (0-2-0-0) 
    The Steelers were outscored 11-4 in their two opening weekend losses to the Winnipeg Blues. Selkirk will get another shot at the Blues this weekend.
    Schedule this week: @ Winnipeg Blues on Friday & vs. Winipeg Blues on Saturday
    Player to watch: (F) Adam Ingram – 2 goals in 2GP last week.   
  11. (0-2-0-0) 
    The Blizzard dropped both their games to the Swan Valley Stampeders on Friday and Saturday, scoring just five times. They’ll try and get their offense going this weekend.
    Schedule this week: vs. Swan Valley on Friday & @ Swan Valley on Saturday
    Player to watch: (D) Kieran Cooke – 3 assists in 2GP last week.   
  12. (0-2-0-0) 
    Not the best start for the MJHL’s newest franchise. The Freeze are still in search of their first ever goal after falling twice to the Steinbach Pistons over the weekend.
    Schedule this week: @ Steinbach on Saturday & vs. Steinbach on Sunday
    Player to watch: (F) Kurtis Luke