WLA Summer ball - you guys don't know how good you have it.

Discussion in 'BCLA Forum' started by roadrunner, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. Rottenrocker

    Rottenrocker Active Member

    The 2018 WLA summer ball season starts tonight so I figured I'd bump this thread. Here's my ranking of the teams this year:

    1. Victoria Shamrocks
    2. New Westminster Salmonbellies
    3. Maple Ridge Burrards
    4. Langley Thunder
    5. Nanaimo Timbermen
    6. Burnaby Lakers
    7. Coquitlam Adanacs


    The Thunder won their home opener against the Lakers...in the LEC!

    So weird seeing the home team actually winning at home. I need to sit down.
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2018
  2. Andrew GEA

    Andrew GEA Guest

    Victoria was destroyed from injuries last year. They'll likely with WLA and Mann cup this year
     
  3. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    Yeah?

    I think it's been 20 or more years since a WLA team stole a road Mann victory, and, I cannot see it happening for a while longer.......but, hoping for a war anyway.
     
  4. Andrew GEA

    Andrew GEA Guest

    Im assuming that if ptbo wins msl they won't have a venue for the arena renovation, so they'd have to play somewhere small locally or drive 30 mins to coburg. Even though it is close I feel like home advantage won't be as big of a factor

    If six nation's wins msl , I'd probs eat my words lol
     
  5. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    Peterborough fans will travel en masse probably as far as the OHL rink in Oshawa if that's what it takes......rent the old CLaX rug and you're in business.
     
  6. theSloth

    theSloth Member

    This looks accurate enough to me. I have to say though, as an avid supporter of the WLA... this season seams especially depressing. Even the top teams are sucking worse than previous years. And I don't really have any interest in going to a game that isn't some kind of match-up between the top 3. I think I can safely predict the Eastern team to easily take the Mann Cup in 4 games.
     

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