Last Series Before Christmas

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Updated: December 11, 2009

The West Coast Senior Hockey League is heading into its last series before Christmas.  One has to sit back and take stock as to what has transpired thus far in the league.

With the Cataracts sitting at the top of the standings, one must say they are impressed with their performance and how management stuck to its guns, building this team to what it is.

The Caribous are showing that they are still playing hard and still have their winning ways.  It will be interesting to see what happens down the stretch.

In the basement we have the Deer Lake Red Wings and Corner Brook Royals.  These two teams still battle one another hard each series and still show signs of greatness every now and then.  However, one can’t help but notice that the curtain is probably falling on the Deer Lake Red Wings as they struggle to stay competitive.  They are not the team of the last few years.

The Royals are still in a rebuilding phase and they have potential to do great if they start playing more cohesively as they were at the beginning of the season.  Santa may be asked to bring a new goaltender and a new defenseman to help the Royals in the new year.

Everyone knows the real season in the WCSHL starts in January.  It will be interesting to see what 2010 brings for this colorful league.

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