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MJHL Power Rankings – Week 20

MJHL Power Rankings for February 2nd

Portage Terriers(47-2-2) (Last Week: 1st) – Two more wins for the Portage Terriers has them ranked first on the CJHL Top 20 for another week and they’re just three wins away from the 50 plateau.  Portage also recently set a new franchise record for points in a season!
Schedule this week: @ Swan Valley on Friday and Saturday & @ Dauphin on Sunday

Winnipeg Blues(30-13-6) (Last Week: 3rd) – The Winnipeg Blues are rolling into their road trip this weekend. They’re in second in the MJHL and have taken five of their last six. Winnipeg is an Honourable Mention this week on the CJHL Top 20!
Schedule this week: @ OCN on Friday and Saturday & @ Swan Valley on Sunday

Steinbach Pistons(29-12-7) (Last Week: 2nd) – Three out of four points for the Pistons last week. The race for second in the standings is heating up. Steinbach is also an Honourable Mention this week on the CJHL Top 20!
Schedule this week: @ Winkler on Tuesday & @ Wayway on Saturday

Virden Oil Capitals(26-15-8) (Last Week: 4th) – It’s a quiet week for the Virden Oil Capitals which isn’t a great thing considering the way they’ve been playing lately. The Oil Caps have points in six straight games as they head into Dauphin for a Saturday night affair.
Schedule this week: @ Dauphin on Saturday

Winkler Flyers(25-13-10) (Last Week: 5th) – The struggles continue for the Winkler Flyers who are now tied with the Oil Capitals for fourth in the MJHL standings. Their only contest last week had them falling in OT (5-4) to Virden. The loss was the Flyers’ third in a row. The good news is they got points in all three of those games.
Schedule this week: vs. Steinbach on Tuesday, @ Wayway on Friday & @ Neepawa on Saturday

Swan Valley Stampeders(21-20-5) (Last Week: 6th) – A mixed bag for Swan Valley last week as they went 1-1-0. It’s a busy weekend on tap for the Stampeders. They open up a three game home stand on Friday.
Schedule this week: @ OCN on Tuesday, vs. Portage on Friday and Saturday & vs. Winnipeg on Sunday

Dauphin Kings(18-24-6) (Last Week: 7th) – Like Swan Valley the Dauphin Kings went 1-1-0 last week, but they snagged a big road win in Selkirk before falling to Portage the next night. The Kings are at home for three straight this weekend. Dauphin has won three of their last four.
Schedule this week: vs. Selkirk on Friday, vs. Virden on Saturday & vs. Portage on Sunday

Selkirk Steelers(22-23-2) (Last Week: 9th) – Kind of the opposite story for the Selkirk Steelers as of late, they’ve lost five of their last six. The Steelers have just one game in hand on the teams creeping up behind them in the standings.
Schedule this week: vs. Neepawa on Tuesday, @ Dauphin on Friday & @ Neepawa on Sunday

Waywayseecappo Wolverines(18-27-3) (Last Week: 10th) – One game, one win last week for the Waywayseecappo Wolverines. Their strong play since the start of the new year is helping them move up the standings. Going into this week they find themselves in ninth place
Schedule this week: @ Neepawa on Wednesday, vs. Winkler on Friday & vs. Selkirk on Saturday

OCN Blizzard(17-27-4) (Last Week: 8th) Four straight losses has the Blizzard slipping to the final survivor series playoff spot. OCN was outscored 21-4 last week. They’ll be back on home ice for three in a row starting Tuesday.
Schedule this week: vs. Swan Valley on Tuesday & vs. Winnipeg on Friday and Saturday

Neepawa Natives(12-34-2) (Last Week: 11th) – Neepawa comes into the week continuing to fight for their playoff lives. They’re 12 points out of the final spot with 12 games left in their campaign.
Schedule this week: @ Selkirk on Tuesday, vs. Wayway on Wednesday, vs. Winkler on Saturday & vs. Selkirk on Sunday