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SOURCE EMBROIDERY POWER RANKINGS (Feb 10)

1-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (1) 41-8-2
On cruise control and trying to ensure everyone is healthy for the first round of the playoffs

2-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (2) 33-11-5
One big difference from this team compared to Bomber teams of the past is their road record (17-5-4, league best).

3-NIPAWIN HAWKS (3) 28-19-3
Now that they’ve latched on to the three seed, one has to think they are favored to keep it down the stretch.

4-YORKTON TERRIERS (4) 28-19-1-1
It’s like beating a dead horse, but if they could keep the shots to less than 40 a night, they’d be almost impossible to defeat.  Bond has seen 40 or more in a game 15 times this season.

5-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (5) 26-18-3-2
It looks more and more like they’ll play Yorkton or Melfort in round one, but who will have home ice advantage?

6-ESTEVAN BRUINS (7) 24-21-3-1
Bruins have won three straight and have the inside track on finishing 7th and a first round date with the team furthest away from them geographically, Flin Flon.  With some help, they can still place higher than that.

7-MELFORT MUSTANGS (6) 24-16-6-3
Winless in four, two wins in their last ten, and it’s the worst time of the year to play your worst hockey.

8-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (8) 22-20-7-2
They’ve dropped two in a row and have played two more games than Estevan and hold a tenuous one point advantage in the standings.

9-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (9) 20-23-6-1
Still hanging on to hopes of a playoff spot, but five points back of the Bruins and Estevan isn’t opening the door.

10-WEYBURN RED WINGS (12) 19-28-1-2
A win and a shootout loss this past week but it’s going to be too little too late.

11-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (11) 15-27-2-4
Magic number to be officially eliminated is two.

12-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (10) 17-27-3-2
Have dropped three in a row and only math is keeping them in the playoff mix.

WHO’S HOT (top players since January 10th trade deadline)

Alec Malo, Flin Flon (11-9-12-21)
Tristan Lemyre, Flin Flon (11-8-10-18)
Mason Martin, Flin Flon (11-5-11-16)
Ben Hiltz, Battlefords (10-4-12-16)
Eddie Gallagher, Estevan (12-4-11-15)
Logan Foster, Humboldt (11-6-9-15)
Austin Becker, Battlefords (10-3-12-15)
Jordan Simoneau, Nipawin (10-5-8-13)
Cole Rafuse, Flin Flon (11-7-6-13)
Dane Hirst, Flin Flon (11-1-11-12)
Noah Form, Battlefords (10-4-8-12)
Donavan Houle, Flin Flon (6-4-8-12)
Matthias Urbanski, Battlefords (9-6-5-11)
Daylon Mannon, La Ronge (8-5-6-11)
Kristian Lyon, Battlefords (6-0, 1.67, .950, 1SO)
Austin Schwab, Battlefords (3-0, 1.67, .943)
Philippe Bond, Yorkton (2-1, 2.58, .947)
Ross Hawryliuk, Nipawin (4-1-1, 2.77, .914)
Berk Berkeliev, Melville (4-4, 2.87, .928, 1SO)
Cal Schell, Flin Flon (4-0, 3.00, .902)
Riley Kohonick, Notre Dame (2-5, 3.01, .928)