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Wilmot (8 points) could really use a win tonight at Fergus (12 points) to close ground in the West Division. The Thistles can't afford to look past Wilmot, because they're at division leader Caledon (15 points) on Saturday . Cornwall pushed its East Division lead to 6 points, 14 8, with a big win over Kingston last night and with Brockville's win over Gloucester, it sets up a key matchup for Sunday. Brockville hosts Kingston and can move into a tie for second place in the division with a win. The Ballistic won this season's previous 2 matchups with the Kings, 11 7 and 7 5.
1 goal. You don't like to put it all on a single player, or even 2, but the 'Bellies are 4 1 with Fs Kevin Crowley and Jordan McBride in the lineup, 0 2 without them. The Adanacs have ruled the roost for years and by the end of Saturday night, the A's will either be back in first or the Islanders will have an extended lead. The teams play Saturday night in Delta and the Islanders are out to avenge their May 2 loss to Coquitlam . Port Coquitlam is coming off an impressive victory over Coquitlam and with 12 points are running solidly in the middle of the pack. With a home game tonight against Langley and a game at Burnaby Sunday, a 4 point weekend would do wonders for the Saints . But that could be a tall order for the Saints, who play a Langley team that has won 7 straight games. The Thunder are on the road for a pair of games, tonight at PoCo and Saturday at Victoria.
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It's a HUGE weekend for this loop, with 19 games on tap between Friday and Sunday. In the South West, Niagara (20 points) sits behind Six Nations (30) and Spartans (24) and missed a great opportunity last night to gain ground when it lost to Spartans. That makes tonight's game at Six Nations a must win and before you count Niagara out, the Thunderhawks lost to Six Nations by a goal just last week In the Far West, third place Windsor (18) hosts second place Wallaceburg (20) tonight in a game that'll have big playoff implications In the Mid West, Elora (22) moved into a second place tie with its win over Owen Sound last night, combined with Guelph's win over Orangeville (22). And that combination also clinched a playoff berth for division leader Guelph (24). The division title is still up for grabs, although Guelph is the frontrunner with season series wins over Elora (2 1) and Orangeville (3 0). So if Guelph wins Sunday at Hamilton, the Regals clinch the division with 26 points. "We have one game left and if we finish strong, I'm pretty sure the division's ours. And last but certainly not least, the South East. Halton Hills (29) is 4 points in front of red hot Oakville (25), which has won 7 straight games. Oakville handed the Bulldogs 1 of their 2 losses this season which, you guessed it, means they have 2 more meetings this regular season. And seeing that each team has 3 regular season games left with 2 of those meetings against each other they're gearing up for an intense final weekend. The first of those 2 games is tonight in Oakville. The season finale for both is Tuesday night in Halton Hills. The Bulldogs host Newmarket on Saturday and Oakville is at Mimico on Saturday so if Oakville were able to win tonight, and both win their Saturday games, we're in for quite a finale on Tuesday.
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(9) in the standings. They can pick up 4 more points this weekend with a Saturday home game against Brampton and a Sunday road game at Barrie Barrie has just 2 points this season from its lone win, a season opening thrashing of Mississauga. And the Lakeshores may have to wait a while longer before picking up any more points, unless they can pull off an upset. They have 2 home games this weekend, Friday against Six Nations and Saturday against Orangeville before traveling to Peterborough on Monday Mississauga is 0 14 but plays Peterborough tonight on the road. The Lakers are the last team the Tommies defeated, 13 10, on July 4 last year.
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