Halifax Still Outside Looking In
For the second straight week the Halifax Mooseheads have eraned a honourable mention in the CHL Top 10.
Halifax has not had to play against a lot of top end teams, and therefore can’t expect to move into the Top 10 unless they keep winning the games they should win, and surprise a few top teams to boot. Their fate was likely sealed whn they failed to defeat the Moncton Wildcats at home last week.
1. London Knights (15-2-0-1)
2. Saint John Sea Dogs (16-6-0-0)
3. Tri-City Americans (12-5-0-0)
4. Victoriaville Tigres (16-6-0-1)
5. Sarnia Sting (12-2-1-3)
6. Kootenay Ice (12-3-1-2)
7. Quebec Remparts (14-4-2-1)
8. Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors (10-5-1-2)
9. Medicine Hat Tigers (14-5-1-0)
10. Shawinigan Cataractes (14-6-1-2)
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (12-7-0-0)
Kamloops Blazers (12-5-0-0)
Halifax Mooseheads (13-5-1-0)
Don’t forget to check out Nathan MacKinnon and the rest of Team QMJHL as they take on the Russian team in game two of the Subway Super Series tonight from Quebec City. MacKinnon opened a lot of eyes with his Player of the Game performance in game one.
Puck drop for the Super Series is 8:00 AST on Rogers Sportsnet.