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MJHL Power Rankings – Week 9

MJHL Power Rankings for November 10th

  • (21-1-1) (Last Week: 1st) – The beat goes on for the Portage Terriers, they own the MJHL’s longest active winning streak right now, they’ve won five straight. However it wasn’t good enough to get them back to the summit of the CJHL Top 20, they’re second for the second straight week.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Steinbach on Wednesday, @ OCN on Friday, @ Swan Valley on Saturday & @ Dauphin on Sunday
  • (13-3-5) (Last Week: 4th) – With games in hand on teams in front of them the Winnipeg Blues enter this week with a chance to pass Winkler for second in the standings. The Blues were ranked 19th on the CJHL Top 20 this week!
  • Schedule this week: @ Virden on Friday & @ Neepawa on Sunday
  • (14-5-5) (Last Week: 2nd) – A rough start to November for the Flyers, they’ve dropped three of their first four this month. A busy weekend is ahead for Winkler, who sit 14th on the CJHL Top 20 this week. 
  • Schedule this week: @ Dauphin on Friday, @ OCN on Saturday & @ Wayway on Sunday
  • (13-6-0) (Last Week: 3rd) – The Pistons are the opposite of the Flyers, they’ve won three of four to start November. They’ve got lots of work ahead of them as they look to burn some games in hand this week.
  • Schedule this week: @ Portage on Wednesday, @ Selkirk on Friday, vs. Selkirk on Saturday & vs. Virden on Sunday
  • (10-10-1) (Last Week: 7th) – Three straight wins including two over the Virden Oil Capitals this past week for the OCN Blizzard. Their nine game home stand comes to an end this weekend. So far they’re 4-2-0 on the stretch at the GLMC. 
  • Schedule this week: vs. Wayway on Wednesday, vs. Portage on Friday & vs. Winkler on Saturday
  • (9-11-3) (Last Week: 8th) – The Kings got out of their slump and took two of three this past week including a 3-1 decision at home against the Steinbach Pistons.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Winkler on Friday & vs. Portage on Sunday
  • (9-10-2) (Last Week: 5th) – A 1-1-0 record for the Swan Valley Stampeders last week. Like the Blizzard, the Stampeders conclude a home stand this week. So far on their six game stretch on home ice the Stamps are 2-2-0.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Selkirk on Wednesday & vs. Portage on Saturday
  • (7-10-1) (Last Week: 9th) – A rough week for the Selkirk Steelers, in four games they won one and lost three. The Steelers have picked up two points in just one game in November. In their defence, three of their five games this month have been against Portage. 
  • Schedule this week: @ Swan Valley on Wednesday, vs. Steinbach on Friday & @ Steinbach on Saturday
  • (7-10-3) (Last Week: 6th) – The Virden Oil Capitals will be happy to be back home this week after they lost all three of their games on the road (Two in OCN, one in Swan). Virden has lost four straight.
  • Schedule this week: vs. Neepawa on Thursday, vs. Winnipeg on Friday & @ Steinbach on Sunday
  • (7-12-1) (Last Week: 11th) – A big win at home against the Winkler Flyers had people talking across the MJHL. Goaltender Alex Henry stopped 53 of 57 shots for the victory. 
  • Schedule this week: @ Virden on Thursday, @ Wayway on Friday & vs. Winnipeg on Sunday
  • (6-15-1) (Last Week: 10th) – Two straight losses for the Wolverines as they get set for a busy weekend. They’ll kick off a three game home stand on Friday.
  • Schedule this week: @ OCN on Wednesday, vs. Neepawa on Friday & vs. Winkler on Sunday