BWC Atom A1, 12W-0L-0T, Flight 1
The Bruins A1 perfect streak has continued over the past two weeks with a 9-0 win over 6th place Vancouver Thunderbirds A1, a big 3-1 win over 2nd place Richmond A1 and a 6-0 victory over 7th place North Shore Winter Club A2.
The streak means the Bruins continue in first place position in GVC Flight 1 heading in to the holiday break, sitting three points ahead of 2nd place Richmond A1, who have their own perfect streak going – in sporties – to remain in contention for a first place finish.
Here’s a look at the updated standings after the first 12 games.
|6||Van T-birds A1||12||4||8||0||9||17||34||55||64|
|8||New West A1||12||1||11||0||6||8||28||69||80|
Outside of league action, the Bruins were in a tournament hosted by the Vancouver Thunderbirds, where they went undefeated in four games. They beat the T-Birds in a tight 3-0 game, dominated Surrey A1 with a 7-0 victory, downed Ridge Meadows A1 6-4, and beat Semiahmoo A1 6-3 in the championship game to take the tournament.
BWC Atom A2, 5W-7L-0T – Flight 1
After starting the season with a heady 5-0-0 record, BWC A2 have lost their last seven games to fall to 5-7-0. Since the last update, the A2 Bruins dropped two close games to 4th place Seafair A1, 4-3 and 5-3, and another to 2nd place Richmond A1 by a score of 7-4. Although BWC is losing games right now, they’re keeping the games close with three of their losses decided by one or two goals. That’s no small feat for an A2 team playing in Flight 1 with only one other A2 squad, the NSWC A2s, who are struggling a 1-10-1 and could be moved down a Flight after the break.
The A2 Bruins now sit in 5th place in GVC Flight 1, one point ahead of 6th place Vancouver Thunderbird A1, five points behind 4th place Seafair A1 and 15 points behind first place BWC A1.
See above for Flight 1 standings.
BWC Atom A3, 6W-5L-1T – Flight 2
The A3 Bruins are pretty consistent at 6-5-1. Since the last update they’ve recorded two wins and one loss. Their two wins came in a 7-4 victory over 9th place Arbutus Club A1 and in a 7-3 victory over 7th place Vancouver Thunderbirds A3. Their lone loss came against 3rd place Burnaby A1 who beat them 6-2.
The A3 Bruins now sit in 6th place in GVC Flight 2, three points ahead of 7th place Vancouver Thunderbirds A3, three points behind 5th place North Vancouver A1 and 13 points behind first place Vancouver Thunderbird A2.
Here’s a look at the Flight 2 standings at the holiday break.
|1||Van T-birds A2||12||10||0||2||11||33||63||17||36|
|5||North Van A1||12||6||5||1||8||21||41||34||70|
|7||Van T-birds A3||12||3||8||1||10||17||31||58||50|
|8||Sunshine Coast A||12||4||7||1||7||16||33||48||82|
|9||Arbutus Club A1||12||4||8||0||8||16||35||47||58|
Outside of regular season action, the A3 Bruins spent this past weekend in a tournament hosted by Abbotsford Minor Hockey. The Bruins lost in the Tier 2 finals to Cloverdale A2.
BWC Atom A4, 5W-7L-0T, Flight 3
The A4 Bruins have fallen back below a .500 winning percentage after dropping three of their last four games. Their losses came to Whistler A1 who beat them 7-2, West Vancouver A1 who won 4-3, and Seafair A3 who clawed out a 7-4 win. The Bruins snapped their losing streak in their last game before the break with a 3-2 win over North Vancouver A2 to send the kids in to the holiday break happy.
The Bruins now sit in a tie for 4th with Whistler A1 in GVC Flight 3. The Bruins sit five points out of 2nd place where there is a tie between West Vancouver A1 and Seafair A3. They’re also 11 points behind first place North Shore Winter Club A3.
Here’s a look at the Flight 3 standings at the holiday break.
|2||West Vancouver A1||12||7||2||3||9||26||51||34||58|
|7||North Van A2||12||2||8||2||12||18||27||45||24|
|8||Van T-birds A4||12||2||8||2||12||18||25||48||42|
Outside of regular season action, the Bruins were in a tournament hosted by North Delta where they played with A2 and A3 teams. The Bruins were shutout by eventual tournament winner North Delta A2 and lost to Seafair A3 by a score of 4-1. They also played games against BWC A5 and Richmond A2 (information not available).
BWC Atom A5, 6W-4L-2T, Flight 4
The A5 Bruins have won 3 of their last 4 games in league play to improve their record to 6-4-2. They dominated 8th place North Vancouver A3 with an 8-1 victory, played a tight game with 7th place New Westminster A2 that they won 3-2 and put up 6 goals against 6th place Seafair A4 in a 6-1 victory. Their lone loss came against 3rd place Burnaby A3 who beat them 5-1.
The Bruins hold on to their 5th place position in GVC Flight 4, one point ahead of 6th place Seafair A4, three points out of third place where there is a tie between Burnaby A3 and Vancouver A2, and 9 points behind the first place Vancouver Thunderbird A5 team.
Here’s a look at the Flight 4 standings as the PCAHA breaks for the holidays.
|1||Van T-Birds A5||12||8||0||4||10||30||52||24||46|
|7||New West A2||12||4||8||0||9||17||32||36||64|
|8||North Van A3||12||0||12||0||11||11||17||73||32|
Outside of league play, the A5 Bruins were in the North Delta tournament as well playing four games against North Delta A2, BWC A4, Richmond A2 and Seafair A3. The only game with information available is their 5-3 loss to tournament champion North Delta A2.