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MHR Week 6 Games of the Week

Showcase Season continues during Week 6 of the MYHockey Rankings 2022-23 campaign. This weekend features more tournament action as highly ranked boys’ and girls’ teams from the United States and Canada square off for North American bragging rights.

Our two LiveBarn Featured Games of the Week come from the Eastern Exposure Cup tournament in Massachusetts. This event includes more than 125 teams representing many of the top youth and minor hockey associations in the United States Canada in the 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 age groups.

We have chosen to highlight Eastern Exposure Cup games from the 2008 Blue Division and the 2011 Blue Division, and LiveBarn will be providing video highlights from one of the games we have selected or another great matchup from the tournament next week after the event concludes.

The following teams are competing in the Exposure Cup divisions we are highlighting:


2008 Eastern Exposure Blue Division

#3 Dallas Stars Elite

#5 Los Angeles Jr. Kings

#12 Boston Jr. Eagles

#14 Windy City Storm

#15 Long Island Gulls

#15 Ottawa Myers Automotive AAA

#20 Seacoast Performance Academy

#24 Ottawa 67s

#28 Connecticut Wolfpack


2011 Eastern Exposure Blue Division

#2 Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers 2011

#4 Boston Jr. Terriers

#4 Quinte (Ontario) Red Devils

#6 Philadelphia Hockey Club

#9 New Jersey Colonials

#10 Dallas Stars Elite

#14 North Jersey Avalanche

#15 Islanders HC

#17 Lehigh Valley Phantoms

#18 Ohio Blue Jackets

#19 Los Angeles Jr. Kings

Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers 2012


We also head north of the border to the London Jr. Knights Fall Classic for another one of our Games of the Week. The Fall Classic features 50 Ontario boys’ AA teams competing in the U16, 2009 and 2008 age groups. 

And our final stop for Week 6 is in Michigan for a 2 Nations College Prep Series showcase. This event includes more than 60 top girls’ teams in the from the United States and Canada competing in the 12U, U13, 14U, U15, 16U, U18, 19U and U22 age groups from Friday through Sunday. 

Here are this week’s matchups:


Week 6 LiveBarn Featured Games of the Week 

#14 USA Windy City Storm vs. #15 Ontario Ottawa Myers AAA

Level: 2008 USA/Ontario Boys Tier 1

Date: Friday, October 28

Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT

Location: Canton Ice House Blue Rink – Canton, Mass.

Event: Eastern Exposure Cup

Stream: LiveBarn

A cross-border battle between a pair of top-15 USA and Ontario ’08 teams is one of Friday’s top matchups at the Eastern Exposure Cup. Windy City comes into the weekend with a 13-6-3 record and having won three-straight games, with two of the victories coming against the 22nd-ranked St. Louis AAA Blues. The Storm also have won five of their last six contests and outscored their opponents, 61-45, for the season. Windy City dropped a 4-3 decision to No. 11 Honeybaked prior to the current winning streak. The Storm also shut out the 13th-ranked Oakland Jr. Grizzlies, 3-0, and skated to a scoreless tie against No. 9 Team Illinois. They dropped a 3-1 decision to the second-ranked Chicago Mission in between those victories. Windy City has played the third-toughest schedule among the nation’s top 15 teams according to MHR. Myers AAA has opened the season by going 5-8-0 despite outscoring its foes, 41-36. They fell to the Ontario No. 18 Eastern Ontario Wild, 5-4 and 3-2, in their last two outings and bring a three-game losing streak to Massachusetts. They have recorded victories against Ontario’s 23rd- and 24th-ranked teams and opened the season by winning three of their first four games before dropping four straight. 


#2 Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers vs. #6 Philadelphia Hockey Club

Level: 2011 USA Boys

Date: Friday, October 28

Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT

Location: Skate 3 Red Rink – Tyngsboro, Mass.

Event: Eastern Exposure Cup

Stream: LiveBarn

This is one of the top pool-play matchups in the 2011 Blue Division at the Eastern Exposure Cup tournament in Massachusetts. The second-ranked Jr. Rangers bring a sparkling 12-0-1 record to the tournament and have outscored their opponents by a remarkable 103-12. They have allowed more than one goal only four times thus far. Mid-Fairfield goalies have recorded six shutouts and allowed just one goal in four other contests. The Jr. Rangers’ only tie came against the No. 14 Boston Advantage (2-2) Oct. 8, but they also have beaten Boston twice by scores of 6-0 and 7-0. These two teams have met twice before, with the Jr. Rangers winning both times, 6-3 Sept. 17, and 3-1 Oct. 22. PHC enters the weekend with a 14-8-2 record and having outscored its opponents, 108-75. Philadelphia’s last outing was the 3-1 loss against Mid-Fairfield, which marked their fourth loss in five outings since opening the year 13-4-2. Three of those four setbacks came at the hands of the top-ranked Pittsburgh Penguins Elite. PHC’s best wins of the season have come vs. the No. 5 Oakland Jr. Grizzlies and No. 9 New Jersey Colonials. 


#12 London Jr. Knigts vs. #15 Whitby Wildcats

Level: U16 Ontario Boys AA

Date: Saturday, October 29

Time: 7:45 p.m. EDT

Location: Western Fair Sports Center HanStone Quartz Rink – London, Ontario

Event: London Jr. Knights Fall Classic

Stream: Sportsheadz

One of the top U16 boys’ AA matchups at the London Jr. Knights Fall Classic is a battle between two of Ontario’s top-15 teams. The host Knights enter their tournament with a record of 7-2-2 and having outscored their opponents, 46-26. London comes into the weekend having won seven of its last eight outings, but the Knights did fall to the No. 3 Ontario A/B Hamilton Huskies, 2-0, in their last game. Their other loss was vs. the No. 3 Mississauga North Stars, who are 19-2-0. They also tied the 16th-ranked Burlington Eagles and knocked off the No. 21 Oakville Rangers. Whitby is 8-3-3 entering the weekend and holds a 40-25 scoring advantage over its foes. The Wildcats tied the No. 63 Clarington Toros in their most recent outing and have skated to deadlocks the last two times they have played. Whitby opened the season with four straight wins and suffered just one loss in its first eight outings. One of the losses came against the No. 5 Newmarket Renegades, and the Wildcats also dropped a 4-2 decision to the No. 11 Goulding Park Rangers. Whitby’s best win to date was a 4-1 victory against the No. 18 Aurora Tigers.


#3 Canada U15 Durham West Lightning vs. #7 USA Team Illinois

Level: 14U/U15 Canada/USA Girls

Date: Saturday, October 29

Time: 9:30 a.m. EDT

Location: Dearborn Ice Skating Center – Dearborn, Mich.

Event: 2 Nations College Prep Series

A pair of top-10 USA and Canada girls’ teams face off in a North American clash of the hockey titans just 15 miles from the border. The Lightning enter the tournament with an 8-3-4 record and having outscored their opponents, 48-17. They are allowing just 1.12 goals per game had have held their opponents to 0 or 1 goal 12 times while posting five shutouts. Durham West is 4-2-1 in its last seven contests entering the weekend, and the Lightning knocked off the No. 9 Whitby Wolves, 3-1, in their most recent outing after falling to the No. 8 Toronto Leaside Wildcats. They skated to a scoreless tie against the second-ranked Oakville Hornets Oct. 14 and also have earned victories against Canada’s Nos. 15 and 16 teams and skated to a tie vs. the USA’s No. 9 14U Chicago Mission. Team Illinois enters the tournament at 12-6-0 and having outscored its foes, 61-30. TI fell to No. 11 Little Caesars, 4-2, in its most recent outing after taking a pair of games from No. 17 Team Wisconsin. They fell to the Mission, 2-1, and No. 3 Pittsburgh Penguins Elite, 2-1 in a shootout, in the two games prior to that. Earlier in the year TI knocked off Chicago, 3-2, in overtime and also beat Little Caesars, 1-0.

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