By Mike Stackhouse
1-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS 12-3-0-1
Broncos are 9-0-0-1 at the EPA.
2-ESTEVAN BRUINS 10-3-0-1
Bruins boast six of the league’s top sixteen point getters.
3-NIPAWIN HAWKS 8-3-2-0
Stead leads the way with a SPCT over .940 and a GAA under 2.00 in ten games.
4-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS 11-5-0-0
They’ve won two of three against the Bruins/Broncos.
5-WEYBURN RED WINGS 9-5-0-1
Keeping pace with the league leaders despite middling special teams.
6-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS 7-6-0-1
Good goaltending, the league’s top offensive defenseman, and the top rookie so far are on the Hounds.
7-FLIN FLON BOMBERS 7-6-2-1
Winless in six before a weekend turnaround. Addition of Sinclair will help.
8-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS 6-8-0-0
One of the better PKs in the league, record is a bit deceiving when you factor in 0-and-4 against the Stars and Wings.
9-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES 6-8-1-0
Offense hasn’t been easy, but the goaltending of Wells means they are in the majority of their games.
10-YORKTON TERRIERS 5-6-2-0
They showed good speed in a win over Melfort on the weekend. Addition of Legien appears to have added some punch.
11-MELFORT MUSTANGS 5-8-0-2
Two time defending champs have had the cupboard raided, but Ternes looks good in net and Zary showing progression leading the offense.
12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES 2-12-0-1
Back in the win column, we will see if this spurs improved play in the coming games.
Coby Downs, Battlefords (5-5-5-10)
Chris Van Os-Shaw, Humboldt (9-8-8-16)
Ben Duppereault, Notre Dame (7-8-5-13)
Eric Sinclair, Flin Flon (4-2-6-8)
Michael McChesney, Estevan (6-4-6-10)
Clive Rozdeba, Kindersley (8-0-10-10)|
Joel Gryzbowski, Battlefords (5-1, 1.17, .955)
Taryn Kotchorek, Battlefords (4-1, 1.96, .919, 2SO)
Jordan Greenfield-Flemon, Notre Dame (3-1-0-1, 1.78, .941)
Greg Maggio, Yorkton (0-2, 2.04, .940)