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   Heritage Junior Hockey League: HJHL Power Rankings

HJHL Power Rankings 
as of February 2, 2017

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1

Cochrane

The Generals have wrapped up everything they can this season as they finish with the HJHL’s best regular season record for the second straight season.

31-4-1

2

Mountainview

The Colts took the anger of a three-game losing streak out on the Thrashers on Wednesday, hammering them 15-4. A win over Airdrie on Friday and they clinch first in the North.

27-6-3

3

Airdrie

A 5-2 loss to Stettler on Friday was followed up by a 6-2 win over Three Hills the next night. Friday’s matchup against Mountainview is a big one, and a must win if the Thunder want to grab top spot in the North.

26-7-3

4

Okotoks

The Bisons are starting to flounder a bit. After back-to-back losses to Cochrane and Medicine Hat, Okotoks has just one win in their last four, albeit against highly-ranked Mountainview. A win over Banff on Friday and they clinch a first-round bye.

24-11-1

5

Blackfalds

The Wranglers have been playing their best hockey of the season as of late, going 8-1-0 in their last nine. But they still need a lot of help to get the third seed and it appears they will take on Stettler in the first-round.

24-12-1

6

Red Deer

Winners of four straight, the Vipers could still catch Airdrie for a first-round bye if they sweep their last three and Mountainview beats the Thunder. If not, they will most likely play Ponoka in the first round.

24-10-1

7

Stettler

With two games left, the Lightning are locked into the fifth seed in the North. They close out the season against Blackfalds and Mountainview, which gives them a good test before they kick-off their first-round series..

18-15-3

8

Coaldale

The Copperheads ended their six-game skid with wins over High River and Medicine Hat last weekend. They have a small chance to get a first-round bye, but it’s looking more likely they will finish as the third seed in the South.

22-12-2

9

Strathmore

Strathmore is 6-1-1 in their past eight and are locked into the fourth seed in the South, where they will either play Banff or Medicine Hat. They close out the season with a home-and-home against Coaldale.

16-16-4

10

Banff

Banff has three games left on the schedule, including a big-one with Medicine Hat on home-ice Saturday night. The Bears are in the post-season, but as a fifth or sixth seed, we don’t know.

10-21-4

11

Medicine Hat

The Cubs have won three of their last six, which includes a 4-2 upset win over Okotoks on Sunday. They need just a single point, or a High River loss, to clinch a playoff spot.

8-22-6

12

Ponoka

The Stamps have now lost nine straight, but did clinch a playoff spot thanks to a pair of losses by the Thrashers. They will play either Blackfalds, Red Deer or Airdrie in the first round.

8-25-4

13

High River

The Flyers need to beat Cochrane AND Red Deer, and hope the Cubs don’t get a point in their final two games to get a playoff spot. It will be tough.

8-26-2

14

Three Hills

The Thrashers were the first team to be eliminated from post-season contention and followed that up with a 15-4 loss to the Colts on Wednesday.

6-29-1

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