BWC Bantam recap – A1s fall to second, A2s in 5th, A3s in 8th

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BWC Bantam A1, 12W-0L-0T, Flight 1

BWC A1 had a lone game this week against the fifth place Chilliwack Chiefs A1 team. The Bruins burned Chilliwack for 8 goals in an 8-1 victory to extend their undefeated streak to 12 games heading into the holiday break.

Despite the victory, and a perfect winning record, BWC fell into second place behind the 11-2-0 North Shore Winter Club, who had two games this week and won both. The two wins moved NSWC into first place in Flight 1, despite losing twice to BWC, due to playing an extra game and also to posting four more sportsmanship points than the Bruins.

The two Winter Club teams have opened up a sizable lead on a group of five teams battling in mid-pack. Chilliwack have posted the best winning record in the group, but are only around .500 in the sporty department.

Here’s a look at where things stand at the break.

Team Name GP W L T SPt Pts GF GA PIM
1 NSWC  A1-T1 13 11 2 0 13 35 42 15 104
2 BWC A1-T1 12 12 0 0 9 33 76 7 155
3 Cloverdale  A1-T1 14 5 7 2 14 26 25 34 104
4 Hollyburn  A1-T1 12 5 5 2 12 24 34 37 104
5 Chilliwack  A1-T1 13 7 5 1 7 22 46 39 165
6 Sno-King  A1 11 6 5 0 10 22 32 24 88
7 Seafair  A1-T1 12 4 7 1 10 19 33 36 148
8 Van T-Birds A1-T1 13 3 8 2 11 19 20 45 134
9 Langley  A1-T1 12 3 9 0 8 14 30 62 171
10 Abbotsford  A1-T1 12 1 9 2 10 14 16 55 119
 Totals 124 57 57 10 104 228 354 354 1292

 

BWC Bantam A2, 8W-2L-2T, Flight 2

BWC A2 were in action with one game this week against 7th place Ridge Meadows A1 and battled to a narrow 4-3 win, to improve to 8-2-2.

Despite the win, BWC A2 fell to 5th place behind Burnaby A1, who had two games this week, tying both of them. The two ties, plus Burnaby’s perfect sportsmanship record meant Burnaby slipped past the Bruins into fourth place.

The A2s, along with North Van A1 and Semiahmoo A1, followed closely by Port Moody, are in a tight race for the top spot in the win column. So we’re in for a great start to the New Year in Flight 2.

Here’s a look at the Flight 2 standings as we head in to the Christmas Break.

Team Name GP W L T SPt Pts GF GA PIM
1 North Van A1-T1 12 7 0 5 12 31 33 15 84
2 Semiahmoo  A1-T1 12 8 1 3 9 28 52 29 155
3 Port Moody  A1-T2 12 7 2 3 11 28 37 24 122
4 Burnaby  A1-T1 12 5 3 4 12 26 42 31 54
5 BWC  A2-T2 12 8 2 2 7 25 43 25 182
6 NSWC  A2-T2 12 5 5 2 11 23 33 41 114
7 Coquitlam  A1-T1 12 4 7 1 10 19 32 47 127
8 Ridge Meadows  A1-T1 12 3 5 4 9 19 39 42 136
9 Langley  A2-T2 12 3 7 2 11 19 37 50 109
10 Vancouver  A1-T2 12 0 9 3 8 11 20 40 137
11 South Delta  A1-T1 12 1 10 1 7 10 31 55 168
Totals 132 51 51 30 107 239 399 399 1388

 

BWC Bantam A3, 3W-9L-0T, Flight 6

The A3 Bruins had a lone game on the weekend and were on the rough end of an 8-2 decision vs the first place Port Moody A2. With the loss, BWC A3 fall to eighth place, two points ahead of last place Port Coquitlam A2 and one point behind Ridge Meadows A4 in seventh spot. However, it’s a tight group from 5 through 8, so a lot could change over the next few games.

Here’s a look at the Flight 6 standings at the holiday break.

Team Name GP W L T SPt Pts GF GA PIM
1 Port Moody  A2-T3 12 10 0 2 12 34 59 18 90
2 South Delta  A2-T2 12 8 2 2 11 29 51 31 132
3 Semiahmoo  A3-T3 11 7 3 1 8 23 39 20 120
4 Vancouver  A2-T3 11 6 4 1 10 23 50 26 82
5 North Van A3-T3 12 5 5 2 8 20 33 34 168
6 West Van  A1-T3 12 4 6 2 9 19 34 56 139
7 Ridge Mdws  A4-T4 12 2 8 2 10 16 28 57 141
8 BWC  A3-T3 12 3 9 0 9 15 43 74 143
9 Po Co  A2-T2 12 1 9 2 9 13 23 44 153
106 46 46 14 86 192 360 360 1168