Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Tomorrow's Stars Game and The weeks Rankings

I won't be doing my usual twitter updates during the Stars game against the Nashville Preadtors tomorrow night because i'm going to be at the game tomorrow night. Now I don't have a phone that use the twitter and facebook capiblitys to update the game. So look for a game report sometime on Thursday.

This weeks Rankings

Major Junior Rankings

To see the Major Junior Rankings each week: http://www.chl.ca/

Look for the new CHL Rankings to come out tomorrow. In the mean time, here's the current rankings.

The new rankings for the CHL came out today and the Calgary Hitmen for the 2nd straight week as they will hold on the #1 rankings. For the biggest jumper, it was the Drummondville Voltigeurs who jumped from #5 to #2 while the London Knights jumped 4 spots where they now at #6 after being at #10 last week. Also we have 3 new teams up in the polls now as the Kitchener Rangers at 7, Vancouver Giants at 8 and the Rouyn-Nornda Huskies at 10 round out this weeks poll.

1. Calgary Hitmen (WHL)

2. Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)

3. Windsor Spitfires (OHL)

4. Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL)

5. Kamloops Blazers (WHL)

6. London Knights (OHL)

7. Kitchener Rangers (OHL)

8. Vancouver Giants (WHL)

9. Barrie Colts (OHL)

10. Rouyn-Nornda Huskies (QMJHL)

Honorable Mentions

Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)

Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

Sault St. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)

Here's a look at the CJHL, CHL and NCAA Rankings!

CJHL Rankings

In the CJHL Rankings, the Spruce Groove Saints have moved up as the new #1, after being dominated by BCHL Teams the first month of the season. The Vernon Vipers drop to #3 while the Penticton Vees are currently in 4th. As for the biggest drop, the AJHL'S Brooks Bandits have dropped from 6 to 10 which helps the Bonnyville Pontiacs (AJHL) move up 5 spots and the Georgetown Raiders (OJAHL) moved up 3 spots. The newest team to jump up is the Abitibi Eskimos (NOJHL) at #13.

To See the Canadiean Junior A Info: http://www.cjhlhockey.com/

The Numbers in Brackets are the previous rankings.

1 (5). Spruce Groove Saints (AJHL)

2 (4). Kingston Voyageurs (OJAHL)

3 (1). Vernon Vipres (BCHL)

4 (2). Penticton Vees (BCHL)

5 (3). Dauphin Kings (MJHL)

6 (11). Bonnyville Pontiacs (AJHL)

7 (10). Georgetown Raiders (OJAHL)

8 (7). Pembrooke Lumber Kings (CJAHL)

9 (8). Weyburn Red Wings (SJHL)

10 (6). Brooks Bandits (AJHL)

11 (9). Burlington Cougars (CCHL)

12 (12). Truro Bearcats (MJAHL)

13 (NR). Abitibi Eskimos (NOJHL)

14 (14). Ft. Williams North Stars (SIJHL)

15 (15). St. Jerome Panthers (LHJAAAQ)

Honorable Mentions

Powell River Kings (BCHL)

Westside Warriors (BCHL)

Dryden Ice Dogs (SJHL)

Oakville Blades (OJAHL)

Cornwall Colts (CJAHL)

Woodstock Slammers (MJAHL)

League Code

Pacific Region

British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL)

Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL)

West Region

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL)

Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL)

Ontario Region

Ontario Junior A Hockey League (OJAHL)

Central Canadiean Hockey League (CCHL)

Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL)

North Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL)

Atlantic Region

Central Junior A Hockey League (CJAHL)

Quebec Junior A Hockey League (LHJAAAQ)

Maritime Junior A Hockey League (MJAHL)

NCAA Rankings

To see more info on College Hockey: http://www.uscho.com/

After the first week of NCAA Games, the Redhawks from the Miami of Ohio are the new #1 in the country after winning both of their games at St. Cloud State with 28 first place votes. 4 teams have entered the rankings as Bemijdi State, Mass.-Lowell, Nebraska-Omaha and Alaska are now in ranked 15-19. Denver who was the #1 during the preseason is now down to 3, Vermont was able to move up 3 places to 11 and St. Cloud State dropped from 15 to 19 in the rankings.

1 (4). Miami of Ohio (CCHA) (2GP 2-0-0)

2 (2). Boston University (Hockey East) (0 GP 0-0-0)

3 (1). Denver (WCHA) (2 GP 1-1-0)

4 (6). North Dakota (WCHA) (2 GP 2-0-0)

5 (3). Michigan (CCHA) (2 GP 1-1-0)

6 (7). Cornell (ECAC) (0 GP 0-0-0)

7 (5). Norte Dame (CCHA) (2 GP 1-1-0)

8 (8). Yale (ECAC) (0 GP 0-0-0)

9 (9). Minnesota (WCHA) (0 GP 0-0-0)

10 (10). Princeton (ECAC) (0 GP 0-0-0)

11 (14). Vermont (Hockey East) (2 GP 1-1-0)

12 (12). Boston College (Hockey East) (0 GP 0-0-0)

13 (13). Wisconsin (WCHA) (0 GP 0-0-0)

14 (11). Mass.-Lowell (Hockey East) (2 GP 1-1-0)

15 (NR). Bemidji State (CHA) (2 GP 2-0-0)

16 (NR). Nebraski-Omaha (CCHA) (2 GP 2-0-0)

17 (NR). Alaska (CCHA) (2 GP 2-0-0)

18 (NR). Quinnipiac (ECAC) (2 GP 2-0-0)

19 (15). St. Cloud State (WCHA) (2 GP 0-2-0)

20 (20). Northeastern (Hockey East) (2 GP 1-1-0)

Even though the NHL Power Rankings on Fox are more opion then anything, it's a good idea on what's going on in the league. For your Dallas Stars, they are currently in 14th which is up from 20th from last weekend when the season started.

1. Buffalo

2. NY Rangers

3. Pittsburgh

4. Calgary

5. Columbus

6. Ottawa

7. Los Angeles

8. Philadelphia

9. Nashville

10. Atlanta

11. Colorado

12. Chicago

13. Edmonton

14. Dallas

15. San Jose

16. Phoenix

17. St. Louis

18. Detroit

19. New Jersey

20. Anaheim

21. Boston

22. Washington

23. Tampa Bay

24. NY Islanders

25. Vancouver

26. Carolina

27. Montreal

28. Minnesota

29. Florida

30. Toronto

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