Chilliwack Chiefs tenth in latest Canadian Junior Hockey League top 20

Winners of eight straight games, the Chiefs are one of two BCHL teams making the list.

The Chilliwack Chiefs hold steady in the latest Canadian Junior Hockey League national Top 20.

The CJHL released its rankings of Canada’s best junior A teams Monday morning. The Chiefs, winners of eight straight games, are 10th overall, the top ranked BCHL team on the list.

The Penticton Vees slipped into honourable mention status after losing two of their last three.

Meanwhile, the Prince George Spruce Kings go from unranked to No. 19 riding an eight game win streak that has catapulted them to second in the BCHL standings behind Chilliwack.

The Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Brooks Bandits continue to hold top spot followed by the Superior International Junior Hockey League (Ontario) Thunder Bay North Stars and Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Oakville Blades.

Find the latest list online at cjhlhockey.com.

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