Remaining Schedule (as of February 12)

We have hit the stretch drive of the 2017-18 season and here is an update on each teams’ remaining schedule.

Strength of remaining schedule is a report from WHL Stats Pro at the DubNetwork in which they use their own unique special formula that is different from just adding up the opposition’s winning percentages.

Record vs each division is based on information from the WHL.

 

Brandon – 17

Home 7 – Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw (3), Swift Current, Lethbridge,

Away 10 – Swift Current (2), Prince Albert (2), Saskatoon, Moose Jaw (2), Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 2nd hardest .598%

Record vs each division

East – 12-13-0-0

Central – 14-3-2-1

BC – 4-1-0-0

US – 0-3-1-1

 

Calgary – 17

Home 10 – Red Deer (2), Edmonton (2), Kootenay, Saskatoon, Brandon, Swift Current, Regina, Tri City,

Away 7 – Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Edmonton (2), Swift Current, Saskatoon, Prince Albert,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 21st hardest .509%

Record vs each division

East – 3-11-2-1

Central – 10-9-3-1

BC – 4-7-0-0

US – 0-4-0-0

 

Edmonton – 18

Home 9 – Medicine Hat, Calgary (2), Kootenay, Lethbridge, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Swift Current, Regina,

Away 9 – Medicine Hat, Calgary (2), Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Kamloops, Victoria, Vancouver, Kelowna,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 18th hardest .525%

Record vs each division

East – 4-12-2-0

Central – 9-10-2-1

BC – 1-6-1-1

US – 1-4-0-0

 

Everett – 15

Home 6 – Seattle (2), Spokane, Kelowna, Kamloops, Victoria,

Away 9 – Seattle (3), Portland, Spokane, Tri City, Vancouver (2), Victoria,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 4th hardest .583%

Record vs each division

East – 4-2-0-0

Central – 2-4-0-0

BC – 13-2-0-1

US – 17-9-2-1

 

Kamloops – 17

Home 8 – Kelowna (2), Prince George (2), Victoria, Vancouver (2), Edmonton,

Away 9 – Prince George, Kelowna (2), Vancouver (2), Portland, Spokane, Everett, Tri City,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 9th hardest .564%

Record vs each division

East – 3-2-0-1

Central – 7-3-0-1

BC – 8-12-1-1

US – 8-8-0-0

 

Kelowna – 17

Home 11 – Victoria, Vancouver (2), Prince George (2), Kamloops (2), Seattle, Spokane, Red Deer, Edmonton,

Away 6 – Kamloops (2), Prince George (2), Vancouver, Everett,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 17th hardest .527%

Record vs each division

East – 3-3-0-0

Central – 10-1-1-0

BC – 14-5-1-0

US – 6-8-2-1

 

Kootenay – 16

Home 9 – Lethbridge (2), Medicine Hat (2), Red Deer, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Regina, Tri City,

Away 7 – Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Red Deer, Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Spokane,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 19th hardest .518%

Record vs each division

East – 8-13-0-0

Central – 12-10-1-0

BC – 1-3-1-0

US – 3-3-1-0

 

Lethbridge – 18

Home 9 – Kootenay, Moose Jaw, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Brandon, Regina, Tri City,

Away 9 – Kootenay (2), Red Deer, Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Brandon,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 16th hardest .528%

Record vs each division

East – 4-9-2-0

Central – 15-7-2-0

BC – 5-4-2-0

US – 1-3-0-0

 

Medicine Hat – 14

Home 8 – Kootenay, Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Regina, Swift Current, Brandon,

Away 6 – Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Kootenay (2), Lethbridge, Swift Current,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 22nd hardest .506%

Record vs each division

East – 8-8-4-0

Central – 14-7-1-0

BC – 3-6-2-0

US – 3-2-0-0

 

Moose Jaw – 18

Home 8 – Regina (2), Saskatoon, Swift Current, Brandon (2), Prince Albert, Lethbridge,

Away 10 – Regina (2), Saskatoon, Brandon (3), Swift Current, Prince Albert, Lethbridge, Kootenay,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 12th hardest .551%

Record vs each division

East – 17-3-1-2

Central – 18-3-0-0

BC – 4-1-0-0

US – 3-2-0-0

 

Portland – 15

Home 7 – Everett, Tri City, Seattle (2), Spokane, Kamloops, Vancouver,

Away 8 – Tri City (2), Seattle (2), Victoria (2), Prince George (2),

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 8th hardest .566%

Record vs each division

East – 3-3-0-0

Central – 5-0-0-1

BC – 7-7-0-0

US – 20-8-1-2

 

Prince Albert – 16

Home 8 – Regina, Saskatoon, Brandon (2), Moose Jaw, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Calgary,

Away 8 – Regina, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Brandon, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Edmonton,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 11th hardest .556%

Record vs each division

East – 6-16-5-1

Central – 12-2-3-1

BC – 3-1-1-0

US – 1-4-0-0

 

Prince George 16

Home 8 – Kamloops, Kelowna (2), Victoria (2), Portland (2), Red Deer,

Away 8 – Kamloops, Kelowna (2), Victoria (2), Kamloops, Spokane, Tri City,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 3rd hardest .585%

Record vs each division

East – 1-4-0-1

Central – 6-3-0-2

BC – 8-11-4-0

US – 4-11-0-1

 

Red Deer – 16

Home 7 – Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Calgary, Kootenay (2), Prince Albert, Swift Current,

Away 9 – Calgary (2), Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Kootenay, Prince George, Kelowna, Victoria, Vancouver,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 20th hardest .519%

Record vs each division

East – 5-12-5-0

Central – 8-7-5-2

BC – 2-5-0-0

US – 2-2-0-1

 

Regina – 14

Home 4 – Swift Current, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw (2),

Away 10 – Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Moose Jaw (2), Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Kootenay, Lethbridge,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 5th hardest .582%

Record vs each division

East – 13-12-3-1

Central – 13-4-2-0

BC – 2-3-0-0

US – 1-4-0-0

 

Saskatoon – 15

Home 7 – Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Brandon, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Calgary,

Away 8 – Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Brandon, Swift Current, Calgary, Kootenay, Lethbridge, Edmonton,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 13th hardest .543%

Record vs each division

East – 15-12-2-1

Central – 10-7-0-0

BC – 1-4-0-0

US – 2-3-0-0

 

Seattle – 17

Home 9 – Everett (3), Tri City, Portland (2), Tri City, Spokane (2),

Away 8 – Everett (2), Portland (2), Spokane, Tri City, Vancouver, Kelowna,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 1st hardest .610%

Record vs each division

East – 4-2-0-0

Central – 4-1-1-0

BC – 8-7-3-0

US – 11-10-2-2

 

Spokane – 17

Home 8 – Tri City (2), Everett, Seattle, Kamloops, Prince George, Vancouver, Kootenay,

Away 9 – Everett, Tri City (2), Seattle (2), Portland, Kelowna, Victoria (2),

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 6th hardest .576%

Record vs each division

East – 6-0-0-0

Central – 6-2-1-0

BC – 7-4-0-1

US – 11-14-2-1

 

Swift Current – 15

Home 8 – Regina, Prince Albert, Brandon (2), Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Medicine Hat, Calgary,

Away 7 – Brandon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, Edmonton, Calgary,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 14th hardest .540%

Record vs each division

East – 19-8-2-0

Central – 14-3-1-0

BC – 5-0-0-0

US – 2-2-0-1

 

Tri City – 18

Home 11 – Spokane (2), Seattle (2), Portland (2), Everett, Kamloops, Prince George, Vancouver (2),

Away 7 – Spokane (2), Portland, Seattle, Lethbridge, Calgary, Kootenay,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 7th hardest .573%

Record vs each division

East – 4-1-1-0

Central – 3-0-0-0

BC – 8-6-2-0

US – 12-12-4-1

 

Vancouver – 17

Home 7 – Kamloops (2), Kelowna, Everett (2), Edmonton, Red Deer,

Away 10 – Kelowna (2), Victoria, Kamloops (2), Portland, Seattle, Tri City (2), Spokane,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 10th hardest .562%

Record vs each division

East – 3-2-1-0

Central – 9-1-0-0

BC – 11-9-4-2

US – 6-6-0-1

 

Victoria – 15

Home 10 – Vancouver, Prince George (2), Portland (2), Spokane (2), Everett, Edmonton, Red Deer,

Away 5 – Kelowna, Kamloops, Prince George (2), Everett,

Strength of Remaining Schedule – 15th hardest .539%

Record vs each division

East – 1-4-1-0

Central – 6-3-1-0

BC – 18-8-0-1

US – 9-4-1-0

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