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Monday, December 17, 2012

WEHP Releases Weekly Top 10 Team Rankings

* Rankings reflect many factors and are not just subject to league or tournament play in determining position.  Strength of opponent is also a factor.

Top 10 Team Rankings for December 17, 2012
1.   Burnaby Winter Club (13-1-2  100-17) 
2.   SSAC Southgate Lions (19-0-1  139-39) 
3.   North Shore Winter Club (14-2-2 95-23)
4.   Calgary Bisons (17-2-1  128-49)
5.   Lloydminster Heat (16-2-3  125-60)
6.   Notre Dame  Hounds (12-2-3  81-43) Midget AA League
7.   OHA  (31-3-1 147-56) -Tournament Play/Not part of league
8.   Winnipeg Monarchs (17-1-1 100-34)
9.   POE (11-1-0  85-20)
10.  Calgary Northstar Sabres (14-4-1  97-45) 

Honorable Mention
MLAC Scott Pump (14-5-2  108-63), Sherwood Park Flyers (11-5-5  110-65), Winnipeg Hawks (13-3-0  102-35) , Semiahmoo Ravens (10-3-4  62-29), Calgary Royals (14-6-1 89-65)

Top 5 Saskatchewan AA Bantam
1.  North East Wolfpack (10-2-1  63-29)
2.  Regina Pat Blues (123-0  82-38)
3.  West Central Wheat Kings (13-2-1  79-42)
4.  Prince Albert Venice House Raiders (11-5-0  101-63)
5.  Saskatoon Bandits (9-4-1  55-38)


Anonymous said...

T birds should be considered.

Anonymous said...

Will be very interested to see how the top four compare in head-to-head games. Hopefully they will play each other.
As always, I'm especially interested to see how the highly-ranked players perform against stiff competition. Do they shine or shrink?

Anonymous said...

SSAC,BWC and the Bisons are all very equal as from Med Hat.

Every game between the three was by 1 goal.

NSWC I would give a slight advantage to the other three, but very little.

Then it drops from there.
The next group you could have

Lloydminster,Notre Dame ,Monarchs,Northstar Sabres

OHA only has played weak teams since Oct- So you really do not know if they have improved much.Losing to the Royals , did not help where they are at.

T-Birds need to play a Top 10 team.

Anonymous said...

Anyone know how the T-birds did the Lethbridge?

Anonymous said...

Congrats to the TBirds for three nice wins this week. All of PCAHA is impressed. My question is why after ONE WEEK of playing well do all the posts start creeping back about "why aren't we ranked", "TBirds on the rise", etc. Did you not learn anything a month ago when your own players started posting to stop talking on their behalf?

Does NSWC boast after a few big wins? Semi is playing way above others expectations of them yet not a peep from them. Richmond, Abby, Coquitlam have all gone on rolls at one time or another in the last 6 weeks but again nothing.

Those that have to always remind people of how good they are usually insecure and covering for other shortcomings.

For the sake of your players just let them play, let results speak for themselves and enjoy the season and the fact your children are healthy, alive and playing a game they love. Don't go back to chirping please.

Merry Christmas.

Anonymous said...

Bwc keeps proving year to year that they just leave everyone behind

Anonymous said...

Why do the Northstar Sabres get moved down 2 spots after losing to the bisons 5-4 (almost a comeback in the 3rd) and beating a very improved Red Deer Black team 8-0?

Anonymous said...

It is going to be a T-Birds vs BWC final in the BC provincials with T-Birds coming out on top.

Anonymous said...

NSWC beat Langley

Anonymous said...

Can someone explain to me why these rankings are important, relevant or "carry any weight"? I find it very curious how important they seem to be for so many people, when they have zero bearing on playoffs since they dont play each other, draft since kids are evaluated on personal ability and not team rankings, and so on. If I'm missing the point, then please enlighten me. Otherwise, where my kid's team or any team is ranked is totally irrelevant to me. In most cases, the argument is no different then you and me arguing over whether Pepsi or Coke is better. Its an opinion, not a fact.

Anonymous said...

Why does everyone think the t-birds are so good? They beat Langley and now you think there going to westerns. Great example of a t-bird parent boosting up there team.

Anonymous said...

@1:36 I don't think they won a game in Lethbridge. They may have beaten Ft Sk but lost the Lethy and Edge.

Anonymous said...

Semi loses back-to-back games against Coquitlam ... 4-1 and 9-3.

What the heck happened?

Anonymous said...

Semi has gone on Xmas break early.

Anonymous said...

December 20, 2012 7:42 AM

Much more parity here than some teams would like to believe.
Pre season promotion can only go so far.
This applies to the player rankings also.
There are still some gems ranked really low that should surface as the year goes on.

Anonymous said...

tbirds beat leduc twice and got bronze from why I've heard

Anonymous said...

Semi starting their traditional 2nd half slide a little early this year.

Anonymous said...

7 goals against and you win. Not a good win. But a win maybe just a one off.. we hope