Power Rankings - Sept Report Card

Div 1


The Boats (BTS)
A newly formed team this year winter, and boy are they a team. They are the highest GF team in the league right now, 5 players with more than 3 PPGA. Adam Schuck is leading the way with 19 points (10G / 9 A) followed by Geordie Yang with 17 pts. With a 4-0 record, it's going to be a challenge for other teams to stop them. Matt Magowan seems to have having fun in net as he's sitting back while his team averages 11 goals a game. Will there be a team that challenges them?

Goals for Average: 11.0
Goal Differential: +28
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 75%

The Gentlemen (GTM)
The Gentlemen came close to being at the top of the power rankings, but recently suffered a devastating loss to The Boats. Aleem Kheraj leading the team with 10 points, James Manzano has been producing for the team as well with 7 points. Others will hope to chip in more and claim the top spot in ranking. Where is Ali and Hafeez these days? Must be back to school season as they have barely made any appearances.

Goals for Average: 7.3
Goal Differential: +10
Powerplay %: 50%
Penalty Kill %: 100%

Titanium Shaft (TS)
Titanium Shaft consists of fast, young players who should not be underestimated. As a new team put together by the Chang brothers, the new team is still finding ways to put more pucks in the net as numbers aren't high for the team. They have been slipping the past games with losses against Underwear Bears and The Gentlemen. The team will need to regain their composure, but are still considered one of the top teams...once they get it together.

Goals for Average: 4.5
Goal Differential: +3
Powerplay %: 10%
Penalty Kill %: 88%

Nighthawks (NHK)Nighthawks have started the season with a championship (Div C) from last season, and they aren't stopping. The magical duo of Tim Shew (5pts) and Jeff Tung (6pts) have not disappeared. Most of the players in the team are in on the scoring while facing tough opponents. Nighthawks are always seeking challenges as they have had the most consistent roster all year round.

Goals for Average: 6.0
Goal Differential: +7
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 100%

Underwear Bears (UWB)Underwear Bears did not get the start they wanted for the opening season. The team has one of the fewest goal totals in the league, but has not allow many goals going in against them. Defense is going well for Underwear Bears, hopefully they can produce more offence as they face more appealing opponents. Losing Jimmy Ly for the remainder of the season puts a hole in the team as they need to find new ways to contribute amongst the team.

Goals for Average: 3.0
Goal Differential: -8
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 60%

Masterbladers (MTB)The struggle is real for Masterbladers right now, starting off the season with a 0-4 record. Although most of the opponents they face were tough ones. Derek Patrao, Cole Chmilar, Bong Kwoo, and Dennis Woloshuk Jr are the only players on the team with more than 1 point.  Hopefully Masterbladers find their scoring ways soon, as future match ups may be more favorable for them.

Goals for Average: 2.5
Goal Differential: -17
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 67%


Spartans (SPT)Tough start for Spartans as they have not been able to stop pucks going in for the last couple of games, 40 goals have been allowed so far. Brendan Batchelor is playing well for team, grabbing 8 points (5 G 3 A) with only 2 games on record. Not far behind is Jordan Czelenski, with the second highest point total (4G 1A) and is currently holding 5 pts. Some scary match ups coming up for SPTs as they are looking to turn the tide.

Goals for Average: 3.3
Goal Differential: -27
Powerplay %: 13%
Penalty Kill %: 100%


Div 2


Knights (KNI)Knights are for sure one of the most exciting teams in the league so far, and their record is proving it. 3-0 in the division (1W outside division), part of that result is their powerplay (44%). Jonathan Boron and Brian Lau are leading the team in points (6P). The team chemistry/system is at the top, with almost every player being able to contribute offensively.  Knights are beyond ready in facing the tough challenges ahead.

Goals for Average: 6.3
Goal Differential: +11
Powerplay %: 44%
Penalty Kill %: 67%


Puckkake (PKK)Team Puckkake is sure coming into the season with a purpose, starting the season 2-1. Satwant Sodhi has always been reliable, leading the team with 6 points (3G, 3A). Jason Hoang is also making big impact as 2 of his goals are game winners. Puckkake may need to avoid penalty troubles as they are only 25% in penalty kill. Brian Wong will need to step it up as the current goalie statistics aren’t his usual numbers (4.57 GAA / .854 Sv %). The team is looking good overall, their playstyle is one thing others should be careful of.

Goals for Average: 4.3
Goal Differential: -1
Powerplay %: 33%
Penalty Kill %: 25%


Whalers (WHA)Whalers had let off the gas to begin season going 0-2, and then started to get going with 2 wins (one against a div 1 team). Four of the top players on the team have 4 points so far, James Sawatzky, Andrew Hart, Matt Johnson, and Derek Howell. Penalty kill is doing great (88%). Look for Koray Ozel to become the big wall for team down the stretch.

Goals for Average: 3.3
Goal Differential: -1
Powerplay %: 63%
Penalty Kill %: 88%


Eatery All-Stars (EAS)The team’s win/loss record may not look beautiful, but most the games were close ones (decided by one or two goals). Eatery All-Stars only win was from a division 3 team, Justin Cheung hasn’t been a making many saves (5.16 GAA / .837 Sv %). On the plus side, Eatery All-Stars have players scoring for the team. Eugene Mak leading with 6 points (6G, 1A), James Sy with 5 points (4G, 1A), and Jaemin Yu with 5 points (3G, 2A). There’s high possibility that Eatery All-Stars will climb up in rank soon.

Goals for Average: 4.8
Goal Differential: -2
Powerplay %: 25%
Penalty Kill %: 82%

Div 3

Direwolves (DW)Direwolves with highest GF in the division. Carson Zellman has been giving out treats before Halloween has even started, all 7 of his points were assists.The team has been perfect killing penalties, they have leading 14 PIM in the division.  Direwolves will have lots of time to prove that they deserve the top spot of the division. Perhaps they require a much more challenging tier?

Goals for Average: 7.3
Goal Differential: +14
Powerplay %: 36%
Penalty Kill %: 100%

Fighting Squirrels (FSQ)The Fighting Squirrels have a 2-0 record to start the season, though they played less games than the other teams in the division,  the wins were from top teams of the division. Omar Chu is shining bright for the team, since most the players on the team have sub-par performances. Goalie has a 2.00 GAA and a .913 Save Percentage, hoping to continue the streak the team is having.

Goals for Average: 4.3
Goal Differential: +2
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 80%

Jabba Da Puck (JDP)Coming off a tough loss against Fighting Squirrels, Jabba Da Puck remains as one of the team to be cautious of. Richard "Stellar" Selman has already started to fire shots in the net. With 2 games played, Richard has 3G and 1A, Farooq Mian with similar stats. Jabba Da Puck will need to be prepared against upcoming opponents (ROI, PKK) in order to rise.

Goals for Average: 4.0
Goal Differential: -1
Powerplay %: 50%
Penalty Kill %: 67%

Titans (TTN)Titans may not have a pretty record to start the season (1-2), the team still looks promising as they play quite fast and smart. Chris Chan is leading the team with 2G and 2 A. Hopefully the "Real Deal" Richard Park can step up and take over the teams leading point total, because Titans will be face tough upcoming match-ups. If they get their powerplay going and figure out how to put the puck in the back of the net during a man advantage, the'll be a contender in this division.

Goals for Average: 4.3
Goal Differential: +2
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 67%

Nighthawks 2 (NHK2)The Nighthawks 2 had a rough start to the season (1-2), they need to start making some changes or else there won't be great results for the team. Almost half the player have zero contributions in scoring. It may also help if the team avoids going into the penalty as well (12 PIM).

Goals for Average: 4.3
Goal Differential: -10
Powerplay %: 13%
Penalty Kill %: 55%

Div 4

Rice On Ice (ROI)Rice on ice are playing as a team so far, majority of the players on the team has been on the scoring statistics. Ace Del Monte is living up to his name by scoring on even strength, power-play,  as well as having a game-winner. John Liao has stopped most the threats he's faced, he has a .966 Save % and 0.98 GAA. The team will be a target to defeat for other teams.

Goals for Average: 3.0
Goal Differential: +2
Powerplay %: 38%
Penalty Kill %: 100%

Flying Squirrel (FLY)Flying Squirrels are top of the standings in the division, but with recent loss to Rice On Ice has the team dropped. Five of the players on the team has over five points, Jordan Vendiola has a 1.48 GAA and a .938 Save %. Overall,  Flying Squirrels looks like a complete team, it won't be difficult for the team to climb to the top.

Goals for Average: 5.3
Goal Differential: +15
Powerplay %: 50%
Penalty Kill %: 100%

Vancouver Kings (VK)The most under the radar team would be Vancouver Kings, some games they look unstoppable and some they are. Vancouver Kings had a recent big comeback game against Killerbunnies, 4 unanswered goals to take the lead. Kyle (11 points) may need to train the whole team in order for them to be consistent, also the team needs to stay out of trouble (22 PIM).

Goals for Average: 5.3
Goal Differential: -1
Powerplay %: 14%
Penalty Kill %: 78%

Chicks & Sticks (CNS)Chicks & Sticks, a championship team last spring season started the season with loss. But the hangover worry was quickly diminished, as they started winning high scoring games. 3 players on the team has a 2.0 PPGA or above, and a whole lot of other players dishing in. More wins will be coming for this team as long as they continue their championship pedigree.

Goals for Average: 6.0
Goal Differential: +7
Powerplay %: 25%
Penalty Kill %: 60%

Vancouver Grizzlies (VG)It looks like the Vancouver Grizzlies have forgotten how to score goals in hockey. They have the lowest goal totals in the league so far, the team will need to search deep to find the scoring touch. Only five players on the team have points, but it's too early in the season to count this team out. They need to figure out a way to get their powerplay going.

Goals for Average: 2.0
Goal Differential: -15
Powerplay %: 0%
Penalty Kill %: 50%

Killer Bunnies (KBI)This season may be John Peng's year, as he is leading the team with 6 points (2G, 4A). Though this team desperately needs  saves from their goalie, as they allowed 30 goals into the season already. Killer Bunnies may get the first win when they have Ray Sum to suit up (1GP -> 4pts).

Goals for Average: 3.0
Goal Differential: -18
Powerplay %: 40%
Penalty Kill %: 80%