Big changes in CHL top ten

By Earl Seitz
October 10, 2018 - 3:10pm

KAMLOOPS — Big changes in the Canadian Hockey League top ten this week.

Marc Habscheid's Prince Albert Raiders, off to an 8-and-1 start, have jumped two places since last week to number two.

The Raiders are behind Quebec's Baie-Comeau, which shot up to number one from six, dropping Halifax out of top spot to third.

The 6-and-0 Victoria Royals have gone from an honourable mention last week to number four.

The Royals are the only team in the Canadian Hockey League without a loss of any kind --- in regulation, overtime or a shootout.

The Vancouver Giants are number seven after not being ranked last week.

The Blazers play in Vancouver this Friday.

Lethbridge, ranked number three last week, has dropped off the radar.

The Hurricanes are winless in their last three games.

Kia CHL Top 10 Rankings – Week 4:

Rank: Team: Last Week Rank: Number of Weeks Ranked:
1 Baie-Comeau Drakkar (7-0-0-1) 6 2
2 Prince Albert Raiders (8-1-0-0) 4 2
3 Halifax Mooseheads (5-2-0-0) 1 4
4 Victoria Royals (6-0-0-0) – 1
5 London Knights (3-2-0-0) 2 4
6 Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (7-1-0-0) – 1
7 Vancouver Giants (6-1-0-0) – 2
8 Sudbury Wolves (6-2-0-0) – 1
9 Guelph Storm (4-1-1-0) – 1
10 Rimouski Oceanic (6-2-0-0) – 3
Honourable Mention:
Kitchener Rangers (4-0-2-0) 10 1
Brandon Wheat Kings (4-0-1-0) – 0
Saskatoon Blades (6-2-0-0) – 1

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