This Week In The NWJHL – November 11

It was a big weekend in the NWJHL as all six teams took part in the league showcase in Grande Prairie.

As part of the showcase an All-Star Game took place on Friday night. Team South won 7-6 over Team North.

Six players from the Navigators played on the North team, Dawson Briscoe, Theo Cunningham, Jonathon Noskey, Chaston Paul, Phoenix Dumas and Ryan Noble.


The Navs went two-for-two on the weekend, winning 7-2 over Dawson Creek on Saturday and 2-1 over Grande Prairie on Sunday.

Their record is now 10-4-1 for 21 points, one point back of Fort St. John for first place in the league standings.

The Navs and Huskies will play a two game set in Fort St. John this weekend.


Right behind the Navs and Huskies in the league standings are the Flyers.

They got an 11-4 win over Sexsmith on Wednesday before heading down to the showcase, where they got a 3-1 win over Grande Prairie on Saturday before losing 8-1 to Fort St. John on Sunday.

This week will see the Flyers play a home-and-home set with the Dawson Creek Canucks.


The Sexsmith Vipers continue to struggle in the 2019-20 season.

They followed their 11-4 loss in Fairview on Wednesday, with a 9-2 loss to Fort St. John and a 10-2 loss to Dawson Creek.

One game for them this week, a home game on Saturday against Grande Prairie.


The home-ice advantage didn’t help the Kings at the showcase.

They lost both of their games, 3-1 to Fairview and 2-1 to North Peace.

They will be in Sexsmith on Saturday in a match-up of the two worst teams in the League.


The Canucks managed a split of their two weekend games.

They lost 7-2 to North Peace, but rebounded for a 10-2 win over Sexsmith.

Dawson Creek is tied for third place with Fairview, with the two teams playing a home-and-home this weekend.


The Huskies are still hanging on to first place.

They got a pair of convincing wins over the weekend, 9-2 over Sexsmith and 8-1 over Fairview.

Fort St. John has a one point lead over the Navigators for first place, with the two teams playing a two game series this weekend in Fort St. John.

– Kyle Moore, Trending 55 Newsroom.