U.S. Teams Dominate World Rankings

Nov 24, 2020 | Craig Peterson

HoneyBaked players celebrate after scoring a goal.

Six in the Top Ten, Including a New Number One

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

Teams from the American Midwest have dominated the 2005-birth year early this season, as HoneyBaked (Detroit, Michigan) checked in at No. 1, Chicago Mission at No. 3, and Compuware (Detroit, Michigan) at No. 6, as well as Team Wisconsin and Chicago Young Americans at No. 9 and No. 10 to round out the top of the rankings.

There was plenty of movement throughout as well, with the previously unranked Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers moving to 19th overall and Mount St. Charles climbing from 23rd to 14th.

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