2019 Summer Power Rankings

Division B1

( 1 )Titanium Shafts
(TS)
The best team in the league this season goes to Titanium Shafts, who are 4-0 in division B1. Braydon "shoot first" Kimmie is leading the team with 8 goals (0A). Matt Chang is setting the plays for the team and looking for teammates, collecting 2 goals and 5 assists. Every player on the team is playing well in general, all have chipped in on board and nine of the players have four or more points. Titanium Shafts strangle opponents with the quick movements in the offensive and counter hard on any weakness they have. Once the team capitalize on the special teams (especially power-play), this may Titanium Shafts yea to win it.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 7.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 13
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 60% (Last in Division)

( 2 )Gamblers
(GBR)
A close match-up against Titanium Shaft only to lose it during the final minutes of the third, which resulted in a 2-1 division record for the team. Mike Ward with the scoring touch, 4 goal performance against the Titanium Shafts and a hat-trick night against the Popeyes. Popeyes is a great defensive team with hard checking, look for Gamblers to try and take the top spot of future rankings.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 6.7
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 4
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 17% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 85% (1st in Division)

( 3 )Popeyes
(POP)
Popeyes had a great start in the season, winning the first 3 games but lost the two important games after that. Chris Chebaya is brilliant with the puck and definitely one of the top players in the league with 12 points (6G, 6A -4.0 PPGA). Devon Montgomery and Rajan Sandhu had a hat-trick during this month. Popeyes are going to need to match the speed and intensity of this division, hopefully the addition of Andrew Okuma and Simon Gee will be what they need.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 7.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - 0
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 27% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 67% (2nd in Division)

Division B2

( 1 )Trailer Park Boys
(TPB)
One of the few remaining teams to be undefeated is Trailer Park Boys (4-0) and also clinched the top spot after tough win against the Whalers. Rudy Van Blankenstein is showing everyone that he is new and improved, leading the team with 10 points (2G, 8A). Notable mentions to Matt Rosstrom who is playing superb out there, collecting 5 goals (team high) and 2 assist. Trailer Park Boys have multiple players who can score or dish out to others, other opponents will be keeping an close eye on this team.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 7.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -5
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 75% (TLast in Division)

( 2 )Whalers
(WHA)
Whalers finish out May with three wins and one loss, with most of the games by a goal difference. Brant Hardy starting strong for the team, 7 points (3G, 4A) in the 4 games played. Many of the players aren't showing impressive numbers on the sheet (some with fewer games). Huge credit to their success would be Koray Ozel who never sways under pressure, allowed the least goals (10) in division B; has a 2.46 GAA and .924 save percentage. Once Whalers get the full line-up, they'll be aiming for the top spot.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 75% (T-Last in Division)

( 3 )Spartans
(SPT)
Spartans has been playing well in the month of May, finishing most of their close games with a win, resulting a 3-1 record in the division. The team can always depend on Brendan Batchelor who is leading the army with 9 points (3G, 6A). On Ice, Spartans look like a quick pressure team with the lightning trio of John Liu (4 PTS), Kevin Lai (4 PTS), and Travis Lai (3 PTS). With the hockey experience the Spartans have, no one can under estimate this team.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 4
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 14% (3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 86% (2nd in Division)

( 4 )Nighthawks
(NHK)
Division B2 seems more suitable for the Nighthawks, where their first was win was after a non-division B1 team.  Aidan is representing the "Chan-Henry" splendidly with 6 goals (scoring throughout the games), while Chris is dangling with a 6.02 GAA.  Garrett White is looking in top form, tying team lead with 7 points (2G, 5A). Nighthawks is going to regain their championship pedigree in no time.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.2
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -10
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 29% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 80% (3rd in Division)

( 5 )Masterbladers
(MTB)
Masterbladers started the season against the toughest opponents, then losing the redemption game against Nighthawks. Masterbladers luckily avoided being at the bottom division ranking by sealing a win against the Winter Wolves. Johnathan Timm and Kyle Tunstall had a 4 point (2G, 2A) night versus the Popeyes, but dipped in performance after. Jeremy Hill is playing well, consistent with points throughout games in May and pushing the pace for the team. There's no doubt Masterbladers will be back at top of division once they get everyone playing together.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -5
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 40% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

( 6 )Winter Wolves
(WW)
The teams first game against Yung Guns looked promising, but started to fade out afterwards, losing 3 games in a row. Vivek Kothery had a hat-trick game against Shockers, but still lost to a lower division team. Jake Ludner looks magnificent with his skills on ice (3G, 4A), although the team's weakness is still too much for him to handle alone. Hopefully captain Jeff Lam can start showing his MVP performances soon and lead the team by example.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.8
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -5
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

Division C1

( 1 )Fighting Squirrels
(FSQ)
As a new division is formed since the beginning of the spring season, Fighting Squirrels has the first win of the division which sustains them being at the top. The best penalty killer for the team so far is Michael Haugen (2GP) who has a 1.00 GAA, 96.1 save percentage, and a shutout. Fighting Squirrels has always been a complete team with tight defense, more offense from the team is needed in order to stay at the top.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 2.8
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -2
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

( 2 )Eatery All-Stars
(EAS)
Eatery All-Stars has some scoring troubles, nine players have played a number of games so far but none are on the score sheet. Dennis Woloshuk Jr (3G, 2A) and Brent Rarama (3G) have been stepping up for the team as of late. There are players who are able to produce, but it is not enough to be a deciding factor.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 3.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -6
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 50% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

( 3 )Shockers
(SHR)
Facing challenging opponents for Shockers was a difficult month for shockers, who are now 1-2 in May. On the plus side, the Chen and Chung combo is looking real good (both with 6 points). The team can be good on some days and bad on other days, they will need to figure out how to play together as a team for better results.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -1
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

( 4 )Yung Guns
(YGS)
Yung Guns had a bad month of May, losing out on all of the games played so far. Christian Benade has been solid for the team lately, currently holding 5 points (2G, 3A). Rest of the other players are no where to be seen, or barely making a impact. Hopefully a change in division will be what the Yung Guns need to clinch their first win of the season.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 2.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -10
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 9% (3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

Division D1

( 1 )Flying Squirrels
(FLY)
Retaining top spot of D1 division is Flying Squirrels who continues their trend at the top since winter season. Both Jordan Vendiola and Jordan Lazar had a hat-trick game against the Gundam Wings, Vendiola the better performer with 6 points (4G, 2A). Flying Squirrels are well structured team who are able to keep the shots and good players to the outside.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 4
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 25% (T-3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

( 2 )Camp Douglas
(CPD)
A close edge in being at the top of division, but lost against the Flying Squirrels resulting in a 3-1 record during the month of May.  With the addition of Zachary Bennett (5G, 3A), the team is looking speedy on ice. Kurt Renvall has been shutting the door for Camp Douglas, with a 2.53 GAA which is outstanding in this division.  Once Camp Douglas gets their special team going (20% PP, 67% PK), they are going to be a tough team to beat.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 7.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 18
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 20% (Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 67% (3rd in Division)

( 3 )Ice Hawks
(IHK)
Ice Hawks are a high power scoring team, four players are already averaging 3 points a game. Even with the offense, Ice Hawks are unable to grab wins against tough defense teams, ending the month with a 2-1-1 record. Abe Harb had a "Sam Gagner" game, 8 points (4G, 4A), Abe did not take the foot off the gas. Taylor Fargey leading the team in points (10G, 3A) as usual, Alex VanBruksvoort is looking steady out there with 7 points (3G, 4A). The team is biggest threat in the division at the moment.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 7.0
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 11
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 50% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (T-1st in Division)

( 4 )Nighthawks 2
(NHK2)
With the new acquisitions of Dan Tsunekawa (7 points in last 4) and Matthew Gough (6 points in last 4), Nighthawks 2 have earned their promotion to Division D1 with a 3-1 record. John Teguibon had a spectacular night against Killerbunnies, scoring a hat-trick (3G). James Li also had a spark of offense against Vancouver Grizzlies (1G, 3 A). Tougher challenges await for Nighthawks 2

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.8
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 8
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 43% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 90% (2nd in Division)

( 5 )Astros
(AST)
Not necessarily at the bottom of ranking (new division promotion), is team Astros with a 2-1-1 record. Sam Twaites is steering the boat for Astros with team leading goal total (11G), a double hat-trick game against CHC Jets. Matteo Soriano has some silky moves on ice, but needs to finish on those chances (3G, 3A). Astros is a speedy team in the division who just needs to clamp down on defense (0% PK - only 2 infractions) and close out on the tight games.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 6.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 25% (T-3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 0% (Last in Division)

Division E1

( 1 )Vancouver Grizzlies (VG)

At the top of division ranking is Vancouver Grizzlies who is looking real good so far with a 3-1 record. Vancouver Grizzlies has some top heavy scorers on the team to fill the void with the absence of captain Travis Mccrea, Rudolph Nieh had a 4 point (2G, 2A) night against Chicks & Sticks. Zachary Freeman had a 4 goal game against the Astros, and is leading the team in points (7) and PIMS (20min). It is possible for Vancouver Grizzlies to hold the top spot of the division for a long time this season.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - +3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 38% (1st in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 58% (4th in Division)

( 2 )Chicks & Sticks
(CNS)
Chicks & Sticks are currently 3-1 in the month of May, all the games were tough nail-biting wins for the team. Sue Ann first game back this season was able to set the play to tie against The Astros, leading to a thrilling shootout win. With no surprises, Richard "Sniper" Selman leading the team with goals (8G), and Thai Hong has been gifting teammates with the puck (7A). The team is definitely looking for another spring championship.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 5.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - + 1
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 25% (3rd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 75% (3rd in Division)

( 3 )Rockstars
(RKS)
With a 2-2 record during this power rankings, Rockstars are just in the middle of the pack. The only team that has been able to defeat the Flying Squirrels so far. Tina Nakatsu has the highest PPGA on this team, they will need her to participate more games. Notable mentions are Kevin Wong and Kevin Yeung, with points in most their games. A drop in a division may be a fair and good outcome for this team.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -3
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 80% (2nd in Division)

 ( 4 )KIllerbunnies
(KBI)
It is rare to see that the Killerbunnies started the season not on the bottom of the power rankings! The team finished the month with a 1-3 record. Ray Sum came into the season with some heavy training, carrying the team with 10 points (4G, 6A) in just 3 games. Also, Vernon Yap has been showing some flashy moves on the ice, which results in a 2.0 PPGA for the player. Once they start moving and playing together as a team, there will be a lot of surprises for future opponents.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -6
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 33% (2nd in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 100% (1st in Division)

( 5 )CHC Jets
(CHC)
Jets are looking good with the players they have on ice (all players have at least a point) , but just can't grab a win in any of their games this season. Great battle against the Astros going all the way into OT only to lose it on a bad change, Rob Fahrion played well that game grabbing 5 points (1G, 4A). Charles Harm is starting the season with consistency, collecting points (5A) on almost every game he has played. James Lee is explosive out there, but will need to be on the score sheet for a better end result.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 4.3
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -8
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 50% (T-Last in Division)

( 6 )Gundam Wings
(GDW)
The team has started the season with their wings clipped with a 0-4 record and already leading the leagues worst goals against (39).  Only consistent players for the team is the all rounder, Andrew Ly with 4 points (2G, 2A), Captain Jason Chu with 3 goals, and Gilbert Ma (3A) the play-making  innovator. In order for Gundam Wings to be successful, they will need to lean on Kevin Fong's (0 PTS) "Ace" performance as well as his leadership role to motivate his teammates and produce more goals. Team will also need to keep the goals allowed to a bare minimum in order to win.

GOALS FOR AVERAGE - 2.5
GOAL DIFFERENTIAL - -39
POWER PLAY PERCENT - 0% (T-Last in Division)
PENALTY KILL PERCENT - 50% (T-Last in Division)

** Ranking Projections as of May. 31st, 2019, Exceptions for certain teams