CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Week 10

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November 21, 2018

 

Here’s a quick overview of the CSSHL Midget Prep standings, Top 20 Scoring Leaders and Top 10 Goaltenders, to November 20 (Week 10 and bit).

Shawnigan Lake continues their terrific run, with two more dominant games, to increase their winning streak to 10 games. Over 18 games, the team has lost just one game in regular time, plus one other in overtime.

This weekend Shawnigan started with a 7-1 win over #10 West Van at Hollyburn on Saturday and then shutout #8 Yale 8-0 on Sunday at the Summit Centre.

Calgary-based Edge are on a similar pace, with just one regular season loss, along with two in OT, and now sit in second place overall, five points back of Shawnigan, but with two games in hand.

Edge won both games in a big home and home series with OHA Edmonton on the weekend. They started with a 3-1 road win Saturday, and then won 4-3 in OT at home on Sunday, to move up into the #4 spot, one back of OHA Edmonton.

Edge then also played Tuesday, November 20, downing cross-town #11 IHA, 5-0, to move to 13-1-2, and move one point up on OHA Edmonton and into a tie with BWC at 28 points a piece, five back of Shawnigan. However, since Edge has done it in two fewer games than BWC, they’re #2.

Nevertheless, BWC moved up one spot on the weekend from a week ago, as they continue their strong play. BWC stretched their winning streak to six games, on a couple of blow-outs on the Island vs #13 Shawnigan Lake; 12-3 and 11-5.

Incredibly Shawnigan Lake boasts the three top scorers in the league (see Scoring Leaders below).

The two high scoring games pushed BWC even further ahead in the overall league scoring race. They’re now at 105GF-48GA. Shawnigan is next with 92GF-35GA. Both teams are posting a goal differential of 57 over 18 games.

Rounding out the Top 5 are Northern Alberta, who were idle this week. They’re now just one point back of OHA Edmonton, at 12-3-2, 26 points.

 

Midget Prep Standings, November 20, 2018

Week 10+
R TEAM GP W L OTL PTS GF GA DIFF PCT STRK
1 Shawnigan 18 16 1 1 33 92 35 57 0.917 W10
2 Edge 16 13 1 2 28 70 24 46 0.875 W4
3 Burnaby 18 13 3 2 28 105 48 57 0.778 W6
4 OHA Edmonton 18 13 4 1 27 87 56 31 0.750 L2
5 Northern Alberta 17 12 3 2 26 93 37 56 0.765 W2
6 Delta 17 11 5 1 23 76 61 15 0.676 W5
7 Rink 17 9 7 1 19 69 53 16 0.559 L1
8 Yale 18 7 9 2 16 63 85 -22 0.444 L1
9 Okanagan Red 15 6 6 3 15 44 43 1 0.500 L4
10 West Van 16 7 8 1 15 47 56 -9 0.469 L2
11 IHA 18 6 11 1 13 62 80 -18 0.361 L1
12 Pursuit 14 5 7 2 12 30 47 -17 0.429 L2
13 Pacific Coast 21 5 15 1 11 81 126 -45 0.262 L3
14 Okanagan White 16 3 12 1 7 38 78 -40 0.219 W1
15 Banff 15 1 14 0 2 17 145 -128 0.067 L5

 

Top 20 Scoring Leaders

It’s back to the three PCHA stars at the top of the Midget Prep scoring charts this week, as Gabe Schovanek moves back into the top three, joining fellow 2001 team mates Sean Ramsay (#1) and Kyle Brown (#2).

All three put up big points in the two games vs BWC, scoring all the goals for PCHA in both games, which BWC completely dominated, winning 12-3 in game 1 and 11-5 in game 2.

Schovanek put up 2G-1A in game 1 and 0G-4A in game two, for seven points to edge ahead of 2004 born Matthew Savoie of Northern Alberta, and back into the #3 spot.

Savioe did not play this past week and was #3 last week, one point up on Schovanek. Savoie is the only ’04 in the Top 20.

Ramsay scored eight points over the period on 2G-6A, while Brown was 4G-3A.

Ramsay is also leading the Top 20 in PIMs, with 47.

Of note in the series vs BWC were the shots: 43-23 in game 1, and 76-18 in game 2. Maximillan Prazma stopped 65 in game 2.

Shawnigan’s Joseph Tanaka-Campbell remains in 5th place, with 1G-1A over two games.

Top 20 Scoring Leaders, November 20, 2018

 R PLAYER # BY TEAM GP G A PTS PIM
1 Sean Ramsay 19 ’01 Pacific Coast 20 27 37 64 47
2 Kyle Brown 10 ’01 Pacific Coast 21 24 29 53 12
3 Gabe Schovanek 28 ’01 Pacific Coast 21 15 32 47 18
4 Matthew Savoie 7 ’04 Northern Alberta 17 17 24 41 14
5 Jospeh Tanaka-Campbell 11 ’01 Shawnigan 18 11 26 37 10
6 Tyson Laventure 16 ’03 OHA Edmonton 17 14 22 36 24
7 Josh Van Unen 8 ’01 Shawnigan 18 14 22 36 14
8 John Evans 14 ’02 Delta 17 13 23 36 14
9 Sean Tschigerl 19 ’03 OHA Edmonton 18 15 18 33 34
10 Jake Chiasson 19 ’03 Yale 18 15 17 32 24
11 Caedan Bankier 19 ’03 Burnaby 18 18 11 29 8
12 Dylan Guenther 11 ’03 Northern Alberta 14 17 12 29 18
13 Finlay Williams 21 ’03 Burnaby 18 9 19 28 6
14 Jacob Fraser 9 ’01 Shawnigan 17 12 15 27 12
15 Tristan Fraser 11 ’01 West Van 16 10 16 26 28
16 Ryan Upson 8 ’01 West Van 16 8 18 26 36
17 Bode Hagan 7 ’02 OHA Edmonton 14 5 21 26 27
18 Bobby Labelle 25 ’01 IHA 18 7 18 25 20
19 Cameron MacDonald 15 ’02 Yale 15 11 13 24 16
20 Kaleb McHugh 14 ’01 Shawnigan 18 11 13 24 4

 

Top 20 Goaltenders, November 20, 2018

The Top 3 goaltenders remained unchanged from a week ago, though Ty Marcinkowski and Nicholas Rimmer have swapped the #2 and #3 spots.

Dalan Marleau of Shawnigan and Johnny Derrick of West Van round out the Top 5.

Nine other goalies are .900 or better.

(by save percentage)

R GOALIE TEAM W L T G A PIM SO MP GA SV% GAA
1 Parker Sawka Edge 8 2 0 0 1 2 3 603 11 0.957 1.09
2 Ty Marcinkowski Northern Alberta 7 1 2 0 2 0 2 534 14 0.938 1.57
3 Nicholas Rimmer Edge 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 369 10 0.932 1.63
4 Dalan Marleau Shawnigan 9 0 0 0 0 0 3 568 16 0.930 1.69
13 Johnny Derrick West Van 3 5 0 0 0 0 1 478 23 0.923 2.89
6 Cayden Hamming Pursuit 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 391 16 0.918 2.46
19 Jordan Fairlie Okanagan White 3 5 0 0 1 0 0 483 30 0.915 3.73
12 Kaleb McEachern Okanagan Red 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 419 20 0.914 2.86
9 Harris Shoemaker Okanagan Red 3 3 2 0 0 4 1 488 21 0.913 2.58
11 Tyler Brennan Rink 6 3 0 0 1 0 1 547 25 0.909 2.74
8 Connor Ungar Northern Alberta 4 3 0 0 1 0 0 496 21 0.905 2.54
15 Jackson Berry OHA Edmonton 7 4 0 0 0 2 0 601 32 0.902 3.19
7 Will Gurski Shawnigan 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 389 16 0.902 2.47
10 Thomas Milic Burnaby 6 4 0 0 0 0 1 603 27 0.900 2.69
18 Carlos Siso IHA 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 552 33 0.896 3.59
5 Koen MacInnes Burnaby 7 1 0 0 0 0 2 484 19 0.895 2.36
16 Braedy Euerby Delta 8 5 0 0 0 2 1 718 39 0.890 3.26
20 Jack Ford West Van 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 482 32 0.880 3.98
14 Kanwar Gill OHA Edmonton 6 1 0 0 2 0 1 491 24 0.874 2.93
17 Cole Oswald Rink 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 472 28 0.849 3.56