1-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (18-5-0-0) … 1st last week
Bombers have won ten of twelve and almost pulled it out on Sunday against Yorkton despite lackluster performance.
2-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (15-6-1-0) … 2nd last week
Top line providing incredible offense and Hrynkiw shines in three starts this week.
3-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (13-6-0-3) … 3rd last week
No regulation losses in their last eight, just one regulation loss in their last ten.
4-YORKTON TERRIERS (15-7-0-1) … 5th last week
Back on track with three wins in a row, and they have some home games to make up.
5-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (14-7-0-1) … 4th last week
Mils have dropped two in a row and now have McNulty, Reeve, and Froese on injured list.
6-NIPAWIN HAWKS (10-7-1-3) … 6th last week
Top five teams are about to get company as Jones is hot and the Hawks have won three straight.
7-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (10-11-0-0) … 8th last week
Getting good production from youngsters such as Young, Betinol, McColgan, and Evans.
8-ESTEVAN BRUINS (7-10-2-0) … 7th last week
Rookie DeRoose is emerging with 11-points in his last 7-games.
9-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (7-12-0-3) … 11th last week
Ice Wolves are battling by playing close to .500 hockey in their last ten. McNevin and Smerek are adding to the offense.
10-MELFORT MUSTANGS (8-13-0-1) … 10th last week
Struggling a bit and need to be careful not to lose sight of the Stars, who are now three points ahead with a game in hand in the standings.
11-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (7-11-1-2) … 9th last week
Winless in four and two wins in their last ten.
12-WEYBURN RED WINGS (5-15-0-0) … 12th last week
Six points out of a playoff spot and December 1st roster cutdown deadline is coming. Will they rebuild?
Joey Davies, Humboldt (11-12-11-23) … league’s hottest player with three Player Of The Week awards.
Cody Pongracz, Humboldt (11-7-11-18); Neil Landry, Humboldt (11-5-11-16) … the latter two-thirds of the best line in the SJHL.
Sam Aulie, Notre Dame (5-3-6-9) … hottest rookie in the league is Aulie.
Riley Storzuk, Flin Flon (4-1-7-8) … possible concussion Friday night looks to be only thing to slow him down.
Mitch Boucher, Notre Dame (8-2-7-9) … has been the league’s most prolific defenseman over the last month.
Davis Jones, Nipawin (3-1, 1.76, .942, 1SO) … last year’s superstar between the pipes is heating up.
Brandon Wildung, Flin Flon (3-0, 1.13, .969) … best pads, blocker, and trapper in the league. A throwback. His equipment works as good as it looks!
Dawson MacAuley, Yorkton (4-0, 2.58, .906) ... has been the best of the three Terrier goalies this month.