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Power Rankings

November 7 2010 at 10:18 PM
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rusty  (Login greenandblack)
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1. Smithers (7-2-0) - After crushing their biggest rivals on the road these guys are in firm control of top spot.
2. Burns Lake (4-1-0) - Idle this weekend. Nobody did enough to pass a team that has yet to be beaten on the ice.
3. Williams Lake (5-2-1) - 2 blow out victories against a weaker team hold the defending champs in the top 3.
4. Terrace (5-0-0) - Narrowly got by the winless rines, but are 5-0.
5. Prince Rupert (1-3-0) - Big win to get the monkey off their back. We'll see how they follow up with a long trip to WL.
6. Houston (2-3-1) - 3 Straight losses. The Luckies have questions to answer. Is Don Kenzel really that important?
7. Kitimat (1-3-1) - A good performance on the road, but just 1 point. Demons need to start picking up wins.
8. Omineca (2-4-0) - Blown out at home back to back and 4 straight losses have these guys clinging to 8th.
9. Hazelton (0-6-0) - A better performance, but no wins equals no movement up the power rankings.

 
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pj muffins
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Re: Power Rankings

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November 7 2010, 11:13 PM 

Burns Lake should not be that high two of their 4 wins were against the Wolverines who came there with 12 guys so really theyre 2-1

 
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rusty
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Burns Lake

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November 8 2010, 9:13 AM 

Two of their wins were against the defending champs, who they handled easily. Plus a win against a solid Houston team. Their only loss was a forfeit loss for not having a player carded. Can't put WL ahead of them since they lost twice to them and Terrace is really a 4-1 team aswell with no wins against East teams who I consider much stronger at this point in the season.

 
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dubillr
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Re: Power Rankings

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November 8 2010, 10:48 AM 

Hey there muffins
Smithers has played Hazelton how many games this year and they aren't even in the same division, i would have preferred to see them play Burns Lake more, but maybe someone didn't want any smithers players to get hurt, you sound like dykens

 
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kitimatfan
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Yeah -- I expect...

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November 8 2010, 11:52 AM 

the Kitimat scheduler decided to give Smithers a nice easy route to fame...

 
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