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WHL season is complete! All I can say is - Wow.

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I am so shocked

the suspense!!!

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He's probably just playing it up. Nothing shocking probably happened.

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He's probably just playing it up. Nothing shocking probably happened.

You foiled my plan sir

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We probs went like 50-10-8 Probably not

still too many losses.

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WHL STANDINGS

3rd in WHL, 1st in Eastern Conference, 1st in East Division Brandon Wheat Kings - 42-22-8, PTS, 5 points behind 2nd place, and 21 points behind 1st. 7th for G/G (3.32) and 11th for GA/G (3.11). 8th for PP% (20.5%), Last for PK% (75.9%).

5th in WHL, 3rd in Western Conference, 2nd in U.S. Division Portland Winterhawks - 41-25-6, 88 points, 25 points behind 1st, and 9 points behind 2nd. 5th for G/G (3.46) and 5th for GA/G (3.00). 13th for PP% (19.1%), 8th worst for PK% (78.4%).

11th in WHL, 7th in Eastern Conference, 5th in East Division, Regina Pats - 38-31-3, 79 points, 34 points behind 1st, and 9 points ahead of 9th in East. T-12th for G/G (3.04) and 8th for GA/G (3.04). 7th for PP% (21.0%), and 6th for PK% (81.7%)

12th in WHL, 8th in Eastern Conference, 3rd in Central Division, Medicine Hat Tigers - 35-29-8, 78 points, 35 points behind 1st, and 8 points ahead of 9th in the East. 2nd for G/G (3.58) and 6th worst for GA/G (3.33). T-2nd for PP% (25.5%) and 3rd worst for PK% (76.7%)

It seems again that everyone had a terrible road record and an amazing home record. Regina and Medicine, though 7th and 8th in the East, was not as close to going home as you may think as they were 8 points ahead of the 9th seed.

Seattle coming up, purposely created another cliffhanger

::D

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WHL STANDINGS

3rd in WHL, 1st in Eastern Conference, 1st in East Division Brandon Wheat Kings - 42-22-8, PTS, 5 points behind 2nd place, and 21 points behind 1st. 7th for G/G (3.32) and 11th for GA/G (3.11). 8th for PP% (20.5%), Last for PK% (75.9%).

5th in WHL, 3rd in Western Conference, 2nd in U.S. Division Portland Winterhawks - 41-25-6, 88 points, 25 points behind 1st, and 9 points behind 2nd. 5th for G/G (3.46) and 5th for GA/G (3.00). 13th for PP% (19.1%), 8th worst for PK% (78.4%).

11th in WHL, 7th in Eastern Conference, 5th in East Division, Regina Pats - 38-31-3, 79 points, 34 points behind 1st, and 9 points ahead of 9th in East. T-12th for G/G (3.04) and 8th for GA/G (3.04). 7th for PP% (21.0%), and 6th for PK% (81.7%)

12th in WHL, 8th in Eastern Conference, 3rd in Central Division, Medicine Hat Tigers - 35-29-8, 78 points, 35 points behind 1st, and 8 points ahead of 9th in the East. 2nd for G/G (3.58) and 6th worst for GA/G (3.33). T-2nd for PP% (25.5%) and 3rd worst for PK% (76.7%)

It seems again that everyone had a terrible road record and an amazing home record. Regina and Medicine, though 7th and 8th in the East, was not as close to going home as you may think as they were 8 points ahead of the 9th seed.

Seattle coming up, purposely created another cliffhanger

::D

GAAAHHHHH :frantic: :frantic: :frantic:

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I think seattle is first

Yep, Seattle is first......

when you flip the standings upside down......

so they're last...

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Yep, Seattle is first......

when you flip the standings upside down......

so they're last...

Liar.

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1st in WHL, 1st in Western Conference, 1st in U.S. Division Seattle Thunderbirds - 55-14-3, 113 PTS, Finished 15 points ahead of 2nd place, and 54 points ahead of last. 1st for G/G (4.21), 0.63G/G more than the second highest scoring team. 1st for GA/G (2.08), 0.59GA/G less than the second best team for GA/G. 1st for PP% (29.8%), 4.3% higher than the next best Power Play. 1st for PK% (85.3%), 1.2% higher than the next best Penalty Kill

Good job Seattle, I commend canucklax for building a great team. Good luck in the playoffs

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seattle_thunderbirds_2003.gif

1st in WHL, 1st in Western Conference, 1st in U.S. Division Seattle Thunderbirds - 55-14-3, 113 PTS, Finished 15 points ahead of 2nd place, and 54 points ahead of last. 1st for G/G (4.21), 0.63G/G more than the second highest scoring team. 1st for GA/G (2.08), 0.59GA/G less than the second best team for GA/G. 1st for PP% (29.8%), 4.3% higher than the next best Power Play. 1st for PK% (85.3%), 1.2% higher than the next best Penalty Kill

Good job Seattle, I commend canucklax for building a great team. Good luck in the playoffs

Awe yeah! Seattle is da bomb.

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seattle_thunderbirds_2003.gif

1st in WHL, 1st in Western Conference, 1st in U.S. Division Seattle Thunderbirds - 55-14-3, 113 PTS, Finished 15 points ahead of 2nd place, and 54 points ahead of last. 1st for G/G (4.21), 0.63G/G more than the second highest scoring team. 1st for GA/G (2.08), 0.59GA/G less than the second best team for GA/G. 1st for PP% (29.8%), 4.3% higher than the next best Power Play. 1st for PK% (85.3%), 1.2% higher than the next best Penalty Kill

Good job Seattle, I commend canucklax for building a great team. Good luck in the playoffs

Could not be more proud of this team

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