A New Number One

Nov 24, 2020 | Craig Peterson

Shattuck-St. Mary's players celebrate on the ice after scoring a goal.

World Rankings have a new team on top

The latest World Hockey Hub Rankings were released on Monday. Top teams from the 2004, 2005 and 2006-birth years can be found HERE

Lots of states in the U.S. have put a pause on youth sports and many countries in Europe have enforced similar delays, but we saw plenty of action during the month of November to merit some movement throughout the World Rankings. Shattuck St. Mary’s jumped up from 7th overall to take the top spot from previously No. 1-ranked Pittsburgh Penguins Elite. Shattuck went 4-0-0 in November with wins over the St. Louis AAA Blues, Team Wisconsin and Des Moines Buccaneers. The biggest winner from the latest rankings was Fox Motors. The 16U group out of Grand Rapids, Michigan,  jumped from 22nd overall into the Top 10, claiming the 8th overall ranking after an 8-1-0 record in its last nine games.

Think your team has what it takes to rank among the best in the world? Call your shot HERE.




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