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CJHL Top 20: No. 4 Okotoks Oilers
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February 22, 2011
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Head Coach/GM – James Poole

Record – 43W 12L 5OTL (91 points)
Home Record – 24W 4L 2OTL
Road Record – 19W 8L 3OTL
Goals For – 254 (1st in AJHL)
Goals Against – 164 (6th in AJHL)
Leading Scorer – Kyle Reynolds (38G 40A 78P – 1st in AJHL)
Power Play – 74 for 321 (23.1% - 1st in AJHL)
Penalty Killing – 275 of 339 (81.1% - 9th in AJHL)
Longest Winning Streak – 12 (November 26-January 7)

Why They’re No. 4

For the second year in a row the Oilers will sit and watch Round 1 of the AJHL playoffs from the sidelines after winning the South Division’s regular season title and earning a first-round bye. The key for the Oilers was their offence – Okotoks led the AJHL with 254 goals, 21 more than Spruce Grove, the No. 1 ranked team in the country. Kyle Reynolds brought the AJHL scoring title to Okotoks with a 78-point season, beating Brooks’ Matt Wilkins by a single point despite playing 11 games less than the Bandits’ sniper. The Oilers’ run to first place was aided by one of the most impressive runs in Canadian Junior A hockey – between November 26 and February 1, Okotoks went 21 consecutive games without losing in regulation time, going 19-0-2 over that stretch.


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