Season 2 - ABHL Power Rankings - Week 4

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Season 2 - ABHL Power Rankings - Week 4

Post  johnlu on Thu Jan 05, 2012 8:31 pm

This week - Rank #1
Last week - Rank #1
Slammer Hammer Jammer Bammers (8-0-0)

SHJB's hot streak continues beating out opponents by a total score of 13-2 in week 4. A combination of good teamwork, compatibility of the group, strong offense, solid defense and great goaltending is the key to their success.
Key injuries: none

This week - Rank #2
Last week - Rank #5
Chain Gang (4-3-1)

In the past two weeks Chain Gang went from number 2 in the power rankings to number 5, and now back to number 2. What we can establish for this gritty group is that when things get going, they are an unstoppable force. But when things get bad, it gets real real bad. Two straight wins in week 4 rockets Chain Gang past the Shockers to take over second place in the standings. A big part of the bounce back week was due to some key substitutes used but week 5 Chain Gang will be dressing most of their main roster players.
Key injuries: none

This week - Rank #3
Last week - Rank #2
Shockers (3-3-2)

Shockers once again split games in week 4 by going 1-1. They have yet to find the consistency to win both games in a week. Maybe it could be due to the Shockers not being able to field their full line up yet. But I still do expect this team, when all players are present, to be a team to be reckoned with.
Key injuries: Thang Ly (DTD)

This week - Rank #4
Last week - Rank #6
Cash Only (3-5-0)

Cash Only goes 1-1 in week 4 barely beating Flying Tigers with a score of 8-7 but losing to Chain Gang 7-2. This surges them up to take 4th place. For the second half of the season Cash Only will need to play their best hockey as they are in the bubble in making the playoffs. Cash Only is also a team suffering from man games lost. 65% of the games they are fielding only half their roster which limits them to their full potential.
Key injuries: Gary Wong (upper body)

This week - Rank #5
Last week - Rank #4
Flying Tigers (2-5-1)

Tigers lose both games in week 4 by 1 goal. This seems like a similar theme as season one for the orange squad. Scoring 17 goals and getting 2 loses only summarizes one thing. Better defense and goaltending will be needed for this club.
Key injuries: Joseph Florendo (upper body), Hoac Tang (lower body)

This week - Rank #6
Last week - Rank #3
Roosters (2-6-0)

Roosters go 0-2 in week 4 which doesn't help their playoff chances. Losing by a total score of 17-1 and getting shut out in one of the games. They need to turn their season around quick as they are not officially out of the playoffs just yet!
Key injuries: none


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