2018/19 Alliance Player Rankings 6-15

We carry on with the Alliance player rankings today with the players who secured spots 6 through 15.

Look for the top five Alliance skaters as per our rankings to be released tomorrow.

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Alliance Team Rankings – 1st Edition

Feels good to finally be back with some time to bring written content to the site. I know I’ve been absent for quite a long time but things have been a bit busy on my end. I’d like to thank everyone for their kind words and support during the last couple of months.

While I’m unable to attend the vast amount of Alliance games as I’m used to over the past couple of months, I’ve still been keeping a keen eye on things. Now that most teams have completed over half of their regular season schedule, the playdown picture is starting to take shape all the upcoming battles for positioning are sure to be incredible as well.

For the first edition of these rankings, it shouldn’t be a surprise who is occupying the top spot. It is the next five spots where there can be lots of debate as to who seeds where. It is those debates that is going to make the final two months of the regular season a real treat.

Follow along and let me know where I’ve gone wrong. Don’t worry, I’ve got thick skin.
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2018/19 Waterloo Wolves Season Preview

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2017/18 Minor Midget Record: 16-14-3 (5th Place)

2017/18 Minor Midget Result: Lost in 1/4 finals to Brantford 99ers in 6 games.

2017/18 Major Bantam Record: 14-14-4 (7th Place)

2017/18 Major Bantam Result: Won the Alliance Championship over the Windsor Jr. Spitfires in 5 games. (1-4-1 at OHF Championships)

After failing to reach the Alliance championship and OHL Cup for the first time since 2012, the Waterloo Wolves look to regain their spot as one of the top dogs in the association.

The season didn’t start out strong for the Wolves last season at minor midget. After winning in their season opener, the Wolves would go on to lose their next six games to fall to 1-6 out of the gate. It was after the Wendy Dufton tournament when they really took off, led in goal by Matt Onuska. Goal scoring was always the weakness for the team, but they were able to come up with timely goals to bring them an overtime goal away from knocking out eventual champions Brantford in the quarter-finals.
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