The one and only Jay Dove just added another impressive scoring accomplishment to his storied NWBHL career. With an
assist on a powerplay goal this past weekend, he become just the fourth player in league history to eclipse 800 points, joining Stan McLellan, Rod Wardell,
and Dan Molatore in that elite group. Jay has had an interesting career path in the N-Dub, suiting up for 11 different clubs, beginning with the
Surrey Express in the Spring of 2000, all the way to his current stint on the South Van Core. The bulk of his work came while playing with the powerhouse
Surrey Thrashers club. Jay has reached the 30 point plateau in a season an astounding 14 times, as a defenseman no less, and has several Top Defenseman awards to his credit.
For a complete look at his career statistics, click the link below.
Now that we have a large portion of the season completed, with plenty of time to assess where the clubs stand,
the time has come to separate the teams into their divisions. Despite this season giving us an unmatched level of parity, the choice of which teams
should end up where was somewhat obvious. However, should there a significant change in circumstances, the league reserves the right to tweak the divisions as
necessary. Furthermore, the extremely high level of play from top to bottom means that we will continue to play a balanced schedule this year. Never before have we seen
such competitive games between ALL of the clubs in the Ndub! So without further adieu, the Divisions will be as follows:
A Division Clappers Core Giants Mercenaries Pirates Wolfpac
B Division Outsiders Panthers Saints Storm Titans
The playoff format will also be announced in the near future as I work out the availability of playoff dates. Stay tuned for
more developments on that later...
1/3 Season Review
We have just concluded the first third of the schedule, so I have decided to whip up an early season review. This will arrive in two
parts, with the first part detailing the top five clubs currently in the standings, and the next six to be included in Part II. Enjoy!
The Surrey Wolfpac took on the West Side Pirates in a meeting of two highly skilled clubs, each trying to improve their standing in a newly minted
"A" division. This game definitely lived up to the hype!
For info on ordering DVD versions of these games, read the instructions to the bottom of the video archive page.