NV Peewee A1 – Leading President Series 6
The Peewee A1 Storm moved straight to the Presidents Series after finishing with a 6-9-5 record in Flight 3, and so far have been enjoying great success in the post season.
The team are currently leading Presidents Series 6 with a 4-1 record, with all five games being close scoring affairs.
The team has one game left, vs Seattle on March 1 at home (KM), and could lock up the Playoff banner with a win.
Abbotsford A2 are currently in second place with a 2-2-0 record. Some teams however, have only played one or two games so far, including Seattle who are 2-0.
Presidents Series Record:
|North Vancouver PW A1 – Presidents Series 6|
|Port Coquitlam PW A1-T1||2||1||W||0||12|
|Abbotsford PW A2-T2||4||2||W||0||14|
|South Delta PW A2-T2||3||2||W||1||4|
|Coquitlam PW A2-T2||2||4||L||1||8|
|Burnaby PW A2-T2||3||2||W||1||8|
North Van Peewee A2 – Battling T-Birds for Banner
The Storm Peewee A2s finished the regular season in fourth place in Flight 4, with a 7-8-5 record, and moved to President Series 5 for playoffs.
After opening the double round robin Series with a 3-1 loss to the Vancouver T-Birds A2, on February 7 and tying Cloverdale 3-3 on February 8; the Storm have won three in a row, and are currently in second place, a single point behind the T-birds, who are 4-1-0.
The two teams will meet at Ice Sports North Shore on Sunday, March 1, for what could be a game for the banner.
Presidents Series Record:
|North Vancouver PW A2 – Presidents Series 5|
|Vancouver Thunderbird Peewee A2-T2||1||3||L||1||4|
|Cloverdale Peewee A2-T2||3||3||T||1||2|
|New Westminster Peewee A1-T2||6||1||W||1||2|
|Cloverdale Peewee A2-T2||4||2||W||1||6|
|Vancouver Thunderbird Peewee A2-T2||4||3||W||1||6|
North Van Peewee A3 – President Series 2, out of hunt
The Peewee Storm A3s finished in 8th place in Flight 6 with a 5-11-4 regular season record and moved to Presidents Series 2 for their post-season.
After starting the four team, double round robin with two tough back to back losses to the Burnaby A3s, 4-3 and 3-1, the team has been outscored 9-1 in games three and four, and are currently at the bottom of the standings with a 0-4-0 record, with two games left.
Burnaby meanwhile sits at the top of the standings with a 3-0-1 record. The Storm will wrap up with games vs Port Coquitlam A2 and Hollyburn A2 on the weekend of February 21-22,
|North Vancouver PW A3 – Presidents Series 2|
|Burnaby Peewee A3-T3||3||4||L||1||2|
|Burnaby Peewee A3-T3||1||2||L||1||2|
|Port Coquitlam Peewee A2-T2||0||3||L||1||0|
|Hollyburn Peewee A2-T2||1||6||L||1||0|
North Van Peewee A4 – Season Over
North Van’s Peewee A4s won their opening single game elimination playoff round with a 3-1 upset over BWC A4 in Tier 4, to advance to Round 2 vs #1 seed Langley A4s in the first to 4 point playoff.
BWC had finished with a 9-8-3 regular season record vs the Storm’s 2-18-0, so game one was considered a big upset.
But another surprise was not in the works, as Langley posted two lopsided shutout wins, 10-0 and 7-0 to close out the series, and the season for the Storm A4s.