By Mike Stackhouse
1-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (7-1)
Fantastic start, great top six forwards, team speed looks excellent.
2-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (6-1-1)
Terrific record and they haven’t even hit their stride yet.
3-ESTEVAN BRUINS (5-1-0-1)
Full marks to the coaching and scouting staff for, quickly, replenishing the talent pool after last year.
4-NIPAWIN HAWKS (4-2-2)
A slow start, quickly, erased over the last four games.
5-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (5-3)
A tough schedule out of the gate, but doing more than holding their own.
6-WEYBURN RED WINGS (4-3-0-1)
Great goaltending from Hargrave has helped Wings stay even.
7-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (4-4)
Duperreault and Cardiff taking a leadership role with the younger players.
8-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (2-3)
Decent balance throughout the line up on offense.
9-YORKTON TERRIERS (2-3-2)
Seiferling and Baier leading the offense from the blueline.
10-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (3-6)
Three straight losses after three straight wins.
11-MELFORT MUSTANGS (3-5)
Two time defending champs have dropped five in a row and now have had to lose a couple of veterans to the Mils in a futures trade.
12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (1-7)
Elder has four goals in six games to be the bright light in a slow start.
Zac Robidoux, Flin Flon (3-0, 1.33, .957, 1SO) …. Blazing hot start.
Kristian Stead, Nipawin (3-1-0-1, 1.60, .949, 1SO) … Doug Johnson hasn’t hesitated to call him the best in the league.
Daniel McKitrick, Humboldt (6-7-4-11) … electrifying player who is capable of keeping this up.
Dondre Watson, Flin Flon (6-8-0-8) … dynamic goal scorer who has transitioned nicely to a new league.
Reed Delainey, Battlefords (6-5-5-10) … he actually has points in seven straight games.
Kaelen Holt, Estevan (7-8-4-12) … has stepped up with a mass exodus of vets from last year to lead the forwards.
Adam Dawe, Notre Dame (6-5-3-8) … perhaps the rookie with the most buzz in the SJHL since Jaden Schwartz.