BWC Peewee A1 – #1 in their grasp
The Flight 1 regular season banner is there for the taking for the Peewee A1 Bruins. With four games left to play BWC A1 is 15-1-0, a 2-1 loss to NSWC A1 in mid-November all that’s keeping them from a perfect record, and they have an absurd plus-108 goal differential.
BWC A1 and #2 Seafair A1 (14-2-1) are tied with 45 points but BWC has a game in hand. #3 NSWC A1 (11-3-3) are just behind with 41 points.
The remaining opponents for BWC A1 are #13 Ridge Meadows A1 (January 24), #3 NSWC A1 (January 25), #5 BWC A2 (January 27), and #6 Semiahmoo A1 (January 31) as they look to finish the season #1.
|Flight 1, 1 of 13||GF||GA||W||L||T||SPT||PTS|
|R. Meadows PW-A1||10||1||W||1||3|
|S. Delta PW-A1||7||0||W||1||3|
|Van T-Birds PW-A1||5||1||W||1||3|
BWC Peewee A2 – Top 4 still possible
BWC’s Peewee A2s still have a chance to nab a spot in the top 4 in Flight 1. With a 7-8-2 record and 32 points BWC A2 are currently fifth in the standings, one point back of #4 Abbotsford A1 (8-4-5, 33 points). #6 Semiahmoo A1 (7-6-5, 30 points) and #7 Langley A1 (7-7-3, 29 points) are also in the mix for the fourth spot.
#1 BWC A1 (15-1-0, 45 points), #2 Seafair A1 (14-2-1, 45 points), #3 NSWC A1 (11-3-3, 41 points) have locked up the top three spots.
The A2 Bruins close out league play with games against #12 Cloverdale A1 (January 24), #1 BWC A1 (January 27), and #11 Vancouver T-Birds A1 (January 31).
|Flight 1, 5 of 13||GF||GA||W||L||T||SPT||PTS|
|R. Meadows PW-A1||3||2||W||1||3|
|S. Delta PW-A1||2||3||L||1||1|
|Van T-Birds PW-A1||7||2||W||1||3|
|S. Delta PW-A1||1||3||L||1||1|
|R. Meadows PW-A1||4||0||W||1||3|
BWC Peewee A3 – Top 4 all but guaranteed
Flight 4 #1 South Delta A2 (15-2-0, 43 points) might be just out of reach for BWC Peewee A3 but they’re in line for a top four finish. BWC A3 currently sit second with at 12-2-1 and 35 points, trying to hold off #3 Langley A3 (10-3-3, 33 points) and #4 New Westminster A1 (8-9-0, 31 points). The A3s have played one fewer game than Langley A3 and two fewer than New West A1, which bodes well for their chances to stay ahead in the standings.
BWC A3 and #3 Langley A3 face off on January 24. The A3 Bruins also take on #10 Vancouver T-Birds A2 (January 23), #11 Cloverdale A2 (January 27), and #8 Vancouver T-Birds A3 (January 30) to wrap up the season.
|Flight 4, 2 of 11||GF||GA||W||L||T||SPT||PTS|
|North Van PW-A2||3||0||W||1||3|
|North Van PW-A2||3||2||W||1||3|
|S. Delta PW-A2||0||3||L||0||0|
|New West PW-A1||3||2||W||1||3|
|Van T-Birds PW-A2||7||2||W||1||3|
|Van T-Birds PW-A3||5||1||W||1||3|
|New West PW-A1||5||1||W||1||3|
|S. Delta PW-A2*||4||4||L||0||0|
BWC Peewee A4 – Big games coming up with top 4 spot at stake
BWC Peewee A4 are 6-7-3, which puts them fourth in Flight 7 with 28 points, and slightly ahead of #5 Vancouver T-Birds A4 (7-7-2, 27 points). The two teams square off on January 25 in a game that will have huge implications on which one will grab fourth place. #3 Cloverdale A3 (10-5-1, 31 points) are also within reach if the A4 Bruins can pull of an upset on January 31.
#1 Arbutus Club A1 (14-2-1, 44 points) and #2 Surrey A3 (12-3-2, 41 points) are comfortable X in the standings.
BWC A4 also plays #8 NSWC A5 (January 24) and #1 Arbutus Club A2 (February 1) over the next two weeks.
|Flight 7, 4 of 8||GF||GA||W||L||T||SPT||PTS|
|North Van PW-A4||4||0||W||1||3|
|Van T-Birds PW-A4||2||2||T||0||1|
|R. Meadows PW-A4||3||3||T||1||2|
|R. Meadows PW-A4||1||3||L||0||0|
|North Van PW-A4||3||2||W||1||3|
|Van T-Birds PW-A4||3||4||L||1||1|
|North Van PW-A4||4||1||W||1||3|
Israel Fehr is a writer for BC Hockey Hub.