Final Winter Power Rankings

Div 1


The Boats (BTS)
The Boats finishes the season with a 17-6-1 record, tied for highest win in season, they. The team has talent at every position, Geordie Yang, an elite defenseman leading the team with 54 points (26G, 28A), Adam Schuck with 51 points (28G, 23A). Also, Matt Magowan with a 3.72 GAA, which is good in a high scoring division. With all the accomplishments The Boats have done, they got everyone’s attention in the league.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 7.4
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +93
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 17% (T-2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 84% (2nd in Division)

Titanium Shafts (TS)
Titanium Shafts came out with a 4-1 record after last ranking, 2 close game series that could have gone either way against The Boats (top team). In recent games, the team has been a high caliber offensive team, multiple players with hat-trick games (Daniel Nielsen-2, James Thomson-Mckinnon, Braydon Kimmie)..

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.7
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +36
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 34% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 86% (1st in Division)

Knights (KNI)
The only games Knights were able to grab wins were against division opponent, The Gentlemen and finishing the season with a 14-8-1-1 record. Knights will need top guys like Brendan Ling to show up and help lead the team in playoffs, Brendan has a 2.7 PPGA (30 points total). Defense may need to help Greg Waplak by covering scoring areas.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.2
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +16
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 17% (T-2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 77% (3rd in Division)

The Gentlemen (GTM)
Having lost 5 straight games, The Gentlemen are at a tough spot, goal differential change compared to last ranking was about -50. Hafeez Dossa positioned at the top of team scoring with 30 points (12G,18A) alongside James Manzano (26 points) and Aleem Kheraj (25 points).

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -55
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 12% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 68% (Last in Division)

Div 2

Masterbladers (MTB)
After last rankings, Masterbladers went 5-1 (loss was against division 1), and finished the season with a 15-9 record. Steve Hasegawa lead the team all season long in scoring with 36 points (8G, 28A). In the past 6 games, Evan Kraemer collected 11 points while Derek Patrao got 10 points.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL- +16
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 29% (3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 67% (T-3rd in Division)

Nighthawks (NHK)
The team has dropped from the top since they lost two games against Masterbladers, but still end with a 4-2 record in recent months. Nighthawks have been playing fairly well together, offensively (everybody chipping in) and defensively (PK 63% > 82%). Look for Nighthawks to be a threat in the playoffs as always.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +4
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 32% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 82% (1st in Division)

Whalers (WHA)
With a 2-4 record in this ranking for Whalers, they may not be happy with the season results this year. Koray Ozel may be the only individual that was focused in this team, leading the league in save percentage (about 90%). Brant Hardy had a night against Fighting Squirrels with 4 points. Whalers have talent, team just need to put it together.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +20
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 31% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 80% (2nd in Division)

Underwear Bears (UWB)
Underwear Bears have recently lost their way of hockey, losing 4 games (2-4 record) in a row, the team avoided being at the bottom of the rankings by grabbing a win against PKK at the start of the month. Ryan Sangara contributed to the victory with a 3-point night. The team draws a lot of penalty from opposition, but unable to capitalize on the advantage (16% PP).

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 16% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 67% (T-3rd in Division)

Puckkake (PKK)
Puckkake has not won any games since last ranking, the team was shutout last game and was only able to score two goals within the previous 3 games. Brian Wong is holding it down for the team every game with an 86% save percentage and 11 wins. Jason Hoang is the only player consistently scoring 3 goals (3 games), but that is not enough.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -8
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 24% (4th in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 66% (Last in Division)

Div 3A 

Fighting Squirrels (FSQ)
One of the biggest reasons why Fighting Squirrels have been playing well this season is due to goaltending, Wailliam Lee has 2 shutouts this season, 2.69 GAA, and holding a tremendous save percentage (87.7%). Erwin Horvath continues to perform (11 points) as he’s able to score in all different situations (Even, Short-handed, Advantage).

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.2
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +52
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 25%
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 89% 

Eatery All-Stars (EAS)
Eatery All-Stars have won all their games in the month February-March, even beating out two division 2 teams. Eugene Mak in just 3 games was able to get 11 (5G, 6A) points out of it, and Dennis Woloshuk Jr collected 13 points during this ranking period. The team will need to keep the trend going if they are eyeing for the championship.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 22%
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 78% 

Div 3B

Spartans (SPT)The old worrisome Spartans at the beginning of the season is long gone, now the Spartans currently have a 7-3 record in the division and is scoring at a high pace. Jordan Czelenski has been deadly as of late, having 3 hat-trick games and collecting 17 points within the 5 games. Also, Minh Tran grabbed 7 points during the month. Spartans are on fire heading into playoffs, it is a good timing.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -43
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 18% (4th in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 85% (1st in Division)

Jabba da Puck (JDP)Jabba Da Puck may end the season with the highest wins in the division and scorer in the league. Farooq Mian is having 58 points (33G, 25A) so far this spring, and is Farooq’s highest season total in his career. The team is only one in the division with a positive goal differential, they are definitely a team to be careful of.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.4
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +8
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 24% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 74% (T-3rd in Division)

Titans (TTN)With a 3-2 record in the past months, Team Titans stay in the middle of the pack from the rest of the teams in the division. Richard Park had a good February, as he grabbed 7 points within 3 games during the month.  Titans may need to work on the power-play before playoffs since they are only 3% on the special team.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.2
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -21
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 3% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 74% (T-3rd in Division)

Direwolves (DW)
Direwolves currently hold the longest losing streak in the league this season (10 game losing streak). Good news for the team is that multiple players are able to get on the score sheet, but there wasn’t enough scoring for the team to win games. The team is in dire need of Oscar Rodriguez (25 points) and Andy Siu (21 points) to show up to more games as they are top in scoring. Perhaps a change in division will motivate the team to play better.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL- -11
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 19% (3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 73% (Last in Division)






Vancouver Kings (VK)



The trend of going downhill continues for Vancouver Kings as the team have lost 6 games in a row. One reason is due to the fact that not many players have shown up and perform the way they’re suppose to perform. Notable mentions for Derek Chung as he collected 12 points (7G, 5A) in the last 5 games.  Vancouver Kings will need to their goalie to make big saves in order for them to win in the playoffs.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.9
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -5
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 27% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 77% (2nd in Division)

Div 4

Flying Squirrels (FLY)
Flying Squirrels have been consistent all season long resulting in a 16-3-1-3 record, as well as staying at the top of all rankings this season. Danny Dang has been leading the team by example this month, scoring a hat-trick in one game and assisting 8 apples. Hopefully they can bring the momentum into the playoffs.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.4
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +27
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 28% (T-3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 85% (1st in Division)

Chicks & Sticks (CNS)
Wynjhon Ramos must be getting a lot of cheers from teammates as he recently single handily won two games with a back-to-back shutout, other teams have to be worried going into the playoffs against Chicks and Sticks. Simon Leung has been playing well lately, notching 7 points within the 5 games of the month. Chick and Sticks also end the month with a 3-2 record.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.8
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -6
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 11% (4th in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 80% (2nd in Division)

Nighthawks 2 (NHK2)
Nighthawks 2 ended the month of February with a 2-2-1 record, the team barely escaped with the wins as well (one goal games). Team has huge contributions from different players on the score sheet and in the penalty (186 PIMS division leading). James Li had a hat-trick game, Fynn Wu with 3 points in the last 4 games (6 PT season total). The team may need to play a more defensive game against opponents to be more successful.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.4
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 30% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 68% (Last in Division)

Vancouver Grizzlies (VG)
Vancouver Grizzlies had a rollercoaster season, at times they look like a stellar team and at times they look like they forgot how to play. Brandon Moore starting to find his groove right before playoffs with a hat-trick game against Chicks and Sticks, and Isil Ozfidan has a couple multi-point game the past few weeks. Tyler Kristensen stands at the top from the rest of his teammates with 42 points (32G 10A).

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.8
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -32
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 9% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 77% (3rd in Division)

Killerbunnies (KBI)
Killerbunnies end the season with a 6-14-1 (3 games tie) record, it may not look impressive but they’ve played with great mentality. Anthony Hicks had a monster night against Rice on Ice with a shutout win (28 saves). Victor Van might be feeling the winter weather as his hands have been cold as of late, 0 points in the recent months.  Killerbunnies will definitely play their hearts out during playoffs.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 2.7
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -37
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 28% (T-3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 72% (4th in Division)

Rice on Ice (ROI)
Though they are the few teams in the division being able to beat the Flying Squirrels, they ended this ranking segment with a 2-4 record. Rice on Ice has the fire power, but consistency is what the team is lacking of. Kenny Huang had a hat-trick night against Chicks and Sticks, Ace Del Monte leads the team with 24 points (8G 16 A). Rice on Ice may be at the bottom, but they still have a chance to go far into the playoffs.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.1
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -22
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 35% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 70% (5th in Division)

**Rankings as of March 15, 2019