Victoria Cougars tied for fifth place in British Columbia

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Victoria Cougars Justin Anderson (Photo- Jay Wallace ISN )

Here is a look at how Junior B teams in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, Pacific Junior Hockey League, and Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League are doing.

 

Rankings are based on winning percentage.

 

As of Sunday, October 2, 2016:

 

1:  Osoyoos Coyotes (6-0-0-0, 1.000)

2:  Creston Valley Thunder Cats (6-0-0-1, .929)

3:  Ridge Meadows Flames (8-1-0-0, .889)

4:  Kimberley Dynamiters (6-1-0-0, .857)

5:  VICTORIA COUGARS (6-1-0-1, .813)

T5:  Grandview Steelers (5-0-0-3, .813)

7:  Campbell River Storm (8-2-0-0, .800)

8:  Abbotsford Pilots (6-2-0-0, .750)

T8:  Summerland Steam (5-1-0-2, .750)

10:  Saanich Braves (7-3-0-0, .700)

11:  Grand Forks Border Bruins (5-2-1-0, .688)

T11:  100 Mile House Wranglers (5-2-0-1, .688)

13:  Kelowna Chiefs (4-2-0-0, .667)

T13:  Comox Valley Glacier Kings (6-3-0-0, .667)

15:  Aldergrove Kodiaks (5-3-0-0, .625)

T15:  Chase Heat (5-3-0-0, .625)

17:  Nelson Leafs (4-3-0-1, .563)

18:  Beaver Valley Nitehawks (4-3-1-1, .556)

19:  Revelstoke Grizzlies (3-3-0-0, .500)

T19:  North Okanagan Knights (3-3-0-1, .500)

T19:  Kerry Park Islanders (4-4-0-0, .500)

T19:  North Vancouver Wolf Pack (4-4-1-0, .500)

23:  Kamloops Storm (3-4-0-1, .438)

T23:  Fernie Ghostriders (3-4-0-1, .438)

T23:  Mission City Outlaws (3-4-0-1, .438)

T23:  Richmond Sockeyes (2-3-1-2, .438)

27:  Delta Ice Hawks (3-4-0-0, .429)

T27:  Castlegar Rebels (3-4-0-0, .429)

29:  Westshore Wolves (3-5-0-0, .375)

T29:  Nanaimo Buccaneers (3-5-0-0, .375)

T29:  Golden Rockets (3-5-0-0, .375)

T29:  Port Moody Panthers (3-5-0-0, .375)

33:  Spokane Braves (3-6-0-0, .333)

34:  Oceanside Generals (2-5-0-1, .313)

35:  Princeton Posse (2-5-0-0, .286)

36:  Columbia Valley Rockies (1-5-0-1, .214)

37:  Peninsula Panthers (1-8-0-2, .182)

38:  Surrey Knights (0-6-0-1, .071)

39:  Sicamous Eagles (0-8-0-0, .000)

 

The 2017 Cyclone Taylor Cup, scheduled for April 6-9, 2017, will be hosted by the Creston Valley Thunder Cats of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

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