MSA Sports Frozen Fab Five Hockey Rankings – 02/10/2016

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016 | 12:50 PM


Here are the latest MSA Sports Sports Frozen Fab Five rankings of PIHL high school hockey teams in each of the four classifications for the 2015-2016 high school hockey season. Don’t miss the latest rankings every Wednesday during the regular season, plus PIHL Notebook every Monday on our website and the weekly PIHL Power Play Show every Wednesday night at 8:00pm with audio and video game broadcasts as well here on the home of the best PIHL high school hockey coverage, the MSA Sports Network.

PIHL CLASS AAA:

1)   NORTH ALLEGHENY TIGERS  (12-4-1)
(Last Week #1)

2)   ERIE CATHEDRAL PREP RAMBLERS  (9-5-3)
(Last Week #3)

3)   PITTSBURGH CENTRAL CATHOLIC VIKINGS  (11-5-2)
(Last Week #4)

4)   PETERS TOWNSHIP INDIANS  (10-4-4)
(Last Week #2)

5)   BUTLER GOLDEN TORNADO  (10-6-1)
(Last Week Unranked)

Out of MSA Sports Fab 5 from last week – Seneca Valley Raiders

PIHL CLASS AA:

1)   MARS FIGHTING PLANETS  (13-4-2)
(Last Week #1)

2)   MOON TIGERS  (14-4-2)
(Last Week #2)

3)   ARMSTRONG RIVER HAWKS  (14-4-1)
(Last Week #4)

4)   QUAKER VALLEY QUAKERS  (13-6-0)
(Lasy Week #5)

5)   LATROBE WILDCATS  (14-6-0)
(Last Week #3)

Out of MSA Sports Fab 5 from last week – Nobody

PIHL CLASS A:

1)   MONTOUR SPARTANS  (17-1-1)
(Last Week #1)

2)   WEST ALLEGHNEY INDIANS  (16-2-0)
(Last Week #2)

3)   FRANKLIN REGIONAL PANTHERS  (15-4-0)
(Last Week #3)

4)   BISHOP McCORT CRIMSON CRUSHERS  (14-4-1)
(Last Week #5)

5)   SOUTH FAYETTE LIONS  (14-4-2)
(Last Week #4)

Out of MSA Sports Fab 5 from last week – Nobody

PIHL DIVISION 2:

1)   BEAVER BOBCATS  (15-2-0)
(Last Week #1)

2)   MEADVILLE BULLDOGS  (13-4-1)
(Last Week #2)

3)   CARRICK COUGARS  (13-4-1)
(Last Week #3)

4)   INDIANA LITTLE INDIANS  (12-6-0)
(Last Week #4)

5)   BLACKHAWK COUGARS  (9-8-0)
(Last Week #5)

Out of MSA Sports Fab 5 from last week – Nobody

 

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