Sponsors Go Here
HJHL Ticker:
Playoff Bracket
Staff Suspensions
Notice Board
Special Teams
Three Stars of the Month
Training Camps
HJHL By-laws, Policies
HJHL Constitution
Suspension Guidelines
HJHL Power Five
Player of the Week
HJHL Network Audio
HJHL Network Video
League History
Past Champions
Links
   Heritage Junior Hockey League: HJHL Power Five

Each week, the HJHL will release Power Five rankings consisting of the top five ranked teams.

HJHL Power Five as of November 15, 2017

1. Blackfalds Wranglers (10-3-0)

After a perfect 6-0-0 month of October, the Wranglers have begun November with a 2-2-0 record, while playing some tough opponents. They are still the only team in the HJHL with a winning percentage above .700 (.769 to be exact), and their 3.15 goals-against per-game is tops in the league as well.  

2. Okotoks Bisons (10-5-1)

Like the Wranglers, the Bisons have had an up-and-down November so far, going 2-2-1. However, all five games have come against teams that are currently above. 500. They are the number one team in terms of goals-against average in the South Division and sit third in goals-for per-game.

3. Strathmore Wheatland Kings (9-4-1)

Six straight wins and the best winning percentage in the South Divisions has vaulted the Wheatland Kings into the Power Five rankings. After starting the season with a 3-4-1 record, Strathmore has rattled off victories over the likes of High River, Okotoks and Mountainview in recent weeks. Their next three games will show us if they are for real, as they take on a gauntlet of tough North Division teams in Airdrie, Red Deer and Mountainview.

4. Airdrie Thunder (10-4-2)

They have dropped four-of-six and don’t have a regulation win since October 20, a span of seven games. They play the red-hot Wheatland Kings on Friday, before traveling to Cochrane to take on the surging Generals. They are the second most offensive team in the HJHL at a five-goals per-game average.

5. Red Deer Vipers (9-4-1)

You know you’re always in for a tough game against the Vipers, who may be the most balanced team in the HJHL. They can defend (second best goals-against average) and they can score (third highest scoring team). Of their five losses, three have been by just one goal.

No Games Today