There was little change to the MJHL weekly rankings.
It might be time for a special teams tune-up.
The girls managed one point but missed an opportunity to climb in the standings.
It was a wild start to back-to-back games.
With two-thirds of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League regular season in the books, the three-time reigning champion Portage Terriers sit one point out of second place and are in good position to have home-ice-advantage for at least the first round of the playoffs.
The boys almost let another one slip away.
He’s been a key cog since his return from junior.
Five Portage Terrier forwards will be travelling to Regina, Sask., later this month as part of an inter-league showcase between the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.
The Terriers’ strong play as of late has the team steadily climbing the Manitoba Junior Hockey League power rankings while also climbing back into the national ranking conversation.