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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

WEHP Top 10 Western Canada Team Rankings

WEHP are proud to announce the weekly top 10 rankings as of December 21, 2011
1.   Burnaby Winter Club (16-0-2)
2.   North Shore Winter Club (13-3-1)
3.   POE (7-1-1) - Forfeit loss and tie**
4.   SSAC Southgate Lions (19-2-2)
5.   Semiahmoo Ravens (13-3-2)
6.   Lloydminster Heat (17-3-1)
7.   Sherwood Park (16-3-3)
8.   Cloverdale Colts (11-6-1)
9.   Calgary Royals (16-2-3)
10. Calgary Bisons (14-5-2)

Honorable Mention
St. Albert (14-4-5)
Seafair Islanders (7-6-5)
Brandon Wheat Kings (13-7-1)
Pembina Valley Hawks (22-4-1)

Top Saskatchewan teams.
1.   Balgonie Prairie Storm (14-0-0) - Won the Prince Albert "AA" tournament and haven't lost a league play game as of yet.
2.   North East Wolfpack (12-1-2) - Won the Regina "AA" tournament.  Only one league loss to Sask Valley this year and showed well in Prince Albert without Seaman.

Top 3 Western U.S.A Teams
1.  Shattuck St. Mary's (27-2-1)
2.  L.A. Selects (20-6-2)
3.  Colorado Thunderbirds (21-7-2)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cloverdale is still pretty high up there after losing 9-4 to Seattle