Wednesday, November 11, 2009


The Sea Dogs struggled last Wednesday versus Halifax and barely squeaked out a 3-2 victory. The game featured over 50 scouts sitting inside Harbour Station but it appears none of those scouts are involved with the BMO CHL Mastercard Top 10 Rankings.

Saint John moved up two spots this week in the rankings and are now ranked a franchise best fourth in Canada. The Sea Dogs won all three games last week outscoring them 15-7 and improved their league best winning streak to 11 games.

Saint John is ranked sixth in the Station Nation CHL Rankings. They sit first in the QMJHL Atlantic division and first overall in the league.

Here is the BMO CHL Mastercard Top 10 Rankings for Week 9:
1 – Drummondville Voltigeurs, QMJHL (18-3-0-1)
2 – Windsor Spitfires, OHL (16-3-0-3)
3 – Tri-City Americans, WHL (15-3-0-0)
4 – Saint John Sea Dogs, QMJHL (19-4-1-0)
5 – Kitchener Rangers, OHL (14-3-1-2)
6 –Saskatoon Blades, WHL (16-3-0-3)
7 – Calgary Hitmen, WHL (16-6-0-0)
8 – Barrie Colts, OHL (14-4-0-1)
9 – Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors, OHL (15-4-1-0)
10 – Victoriaville Tigres, QMJHL (15-7-0-1)

Honourable Mention:
Quebec Remparts (14-4-2-3)
Vancouver Giants (13-6-1-2)
London Knights (13-5-0-1)

The Telegraph-Journal had an article this past week about how the rankings are made. To view the article click HERE.

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