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Power Rankings - Jan 9th

January 9 2011 at 9:27 PM
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Rusty  (Login greenandblack)
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1.(1) Smithers (12-2-0) - Another predictable win against the Ice. Will host the Stamps to finish up with the lightening cup on the line.
2.(2) Williams Lake (10-3-1) - Have the tough task of needing two wins in Smithers to earn home ice through the playoffs.
3.(3) Burns Lake (10-4-0) - A big win against the Luckies to clinch a top 3 spot, now need at least one win in Kitimat and help from Smithers for home ice in round one.
4.(5) Prince Rupert (9-5-0) - With the tamitik monkey off their back the Rampage are building confidence at the right time, will face a tough Luckies team to finish.
5.(4) Kitimat (7-5-2) - Lost the goaltending battle and the 4 spot in the rankings to the Rampage. Will finish with a good playoff tune up against the Braves.
6.(6) Houston (7-6-1) - Lost a close one again to their biggest rival, but with Kenzel back in the crease the Luckies will get tougher as he gets healthier.
7.(7) Terrace (7-8-0) - Back in the win column, but still with major kinks to iron out before they face a tough first round opponent.
8.(8) Hazelton (1-14-0) - A more respectable score this week, but still being out classed by even the weakest teams.
9.(9) Omineca (2-14-0) - Finally something to celebrate in Vanderhoof... the end of the worst season in team history. Alot to think about this summer for the Ice.

 
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kitimatfan
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Happy enough to be in mid-way slot...

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January 10 2011, 2:19 PM 

It gets tiring being in the top three all the time...underdogs often have a good bite. We're where we should be based on the year's results -- and I'm well aware many other teams are only at best possible strength every other week, or often worse ... but work hard on getting max lineups for critical playoff games.

 
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