The 2021 portion of the NWJHL season has come to an end. Teams wrapped up their final games of the first half and now have a full two weeks off before they get back at practice to start the second half.
The Huskies took on the Navigators for a double header in Peace River. The Huskies won both games including a 10-0 win on Sunday.
The Kodiaks and Vipers both had 2-1 weekends heading into the Holiday Break. The Kodiaks got wins against the Kings and Vipers. While the Vipers got wins against the Flyers and Kodiaks.
The Flyers split their weekend going 1-1, picking up a win against the Kings.
The Kings dropped both of their games this past weekend and will look to rebound after the Holiday Break.
If the Playoffs started today here is how the first round would look:
1st round bye: Huskies & Vipers
3rd (Kings) v 6th (Navigators)
4th (Kodiaks) v 5th (Flyers)
The Huskies would play the remaining lowest seed while the Vipers would get the remaining opponent.
This years League Champion will represent the NWJHL at the 2022 Alberta Junior B provincials hosted by the Wainwright Bisons of the NEAJBHL.
On behalf of the league and the teams, we wish our fans, sponsors and players a merry Christmas and happy holiday season! See you back in the rink in 2022