16 teams have a record of .500 or better.
3 teams in the East Division are below .500.
All 5 U.S. teams are above .500.
Portland, Vancouver and Prince George have played a league high 19 home games.
Calgary has played only 12 home games, while Seattle and Saskatoon have played 13 home games.
If the playoffs started today ...
Regina vs Brandon
Medicine Hat vs Edmonton
Moose Jaw vs Swift Current
Lethbridge vs Red Deer
Prince George vs Seattle
Everett vs Victoria
Kamloops vs Kelowna
Tri City vs Portland
PP Goals Leader - 12 David Quenneville Medicine Hat
PP Assists - 19 Aleksi Heponiemi Swift Current
PP Points - 22 Michael Rasmussen Tri City
SH Goals - 5 Mark Rassell Medicine Hat
SH Assists - 4 Sam Steel Regina, Tanner Kaspick Brandon
SH Points - 7 Sam Steel Regina
Shootout goals - 2 Morgan Geekie Tri City, Stelio Mattheos Brandon, Noah Philp Kootenay, Tyler Wong Lethbridge, Aleksi Heponiemi Swift Current
Shootout Saves - 6 Logan Thompson Brandon
The top 4 rookie scoring leaders are import players, 6 of the top 7 are imports.
Rookie Points Leaders That Are Not Imports - 30 Nick Henry Regina, 24 Trey Fix-Wolansky Regina, 17 Luka Burzan Moose Jaw, 16 Calen Addison Lethbridge.
5 defensemen have 10 or more goals - 17 David Quenneville Medicine Hat, 13 Connor Hobbs Regina, 12 Juuso Valimaki Tri City, 12 Aaron Irving Edmonton, 10 Ethan Bear Seattle.
There have been 18 penalty shots this season, 5 have been goals.
Kelowna has a league high with an average of almost 20 penalty minutes per game. Everett has the league low 9.4 penalty minutes per game.
Regina has zero home regulation losses.
Regina and Everett each have 2 road regulation losses.
Red Deer has played a league high 12 overtime games.
Medicine Hat, Prince George and Seattle have played a league low 4 overtime games.
Edmonton and Red Deer lead with 6 overtime wins, Brandon leads with 3 shootout wins.
Kootenay has 7 overtime losses and Swift Current has 4 shootout losses.
20 teams have a winning record when scoring first. Calgary 6-8-1-0 and Prince Albert 3-4-0-1 are the only teams with a losing record when scoring first.
Victoria leads with 197 power-play advantages, Vancouver is the lowest with 120 power-play chances.
Kelowna has been shorthanded the most times with 178 penalty-kills, Everett has been short-handed a league low 98 times.
Regina has 14 shorthanded goals, Vancouver has zero.
Kelowna has not given up a shorthanded goal, Red Deer and Moose Jaw have given up 7.
Portland leads with 49 first period goals, Medicine Hat has 52 2nd period goals and Medicine Hat has 66 3rd period goals.
Prince Albert has a league low 17 first period goals, Calgary has 18 2nd period goals and Vancouver has 24 3rd period goals.
Medicine Hat leads the league with 1,404 shots on goal, Edmonton is 2nd with 1,155.
Regina averages 42.7 shots per game, Medicine Hat 41.2 and Portland 37.9.
Vancouver has the fewest shots with 880.
Everett has allowed the fewest shots on goal with 815, Seattle is second with 818.
Everett averages 26.3 shots against per game, Seattle 26.4 and Spokane 28.8.
Kootenay has allowed the most shots against with 1359.
Regina averages 5.45 goals a game, Medicine Hat is 4.82 and Moose Jaw 3.84.
Everett averages 2.06 goals against a game, Prince George 2.59 and Kamloops 2.62.
Prince George has a league best 20 wins when leading after 2 periods.
Edmonton has a league best 4 wins when trailing after 2 periods.
Moose Jaw and Portland lead with 6 wins when tied after 2 periods.
Tri City is 12-1-3-0 in 1-goal-games.
Regina has the longest winning streak this season with 11 games and the longest home winning streak with 8 games, Prince George has the longest road winning streak at 8 games.
Michael Rasmussen Tri City and Reid Duke Brandon each had a 4-goal game.
Most points in a game is 7 Sergey Zborovskiy Regina. Vladislav Lukin Tri City, Chad Butcher Medicine Hat, Ryan Peckford Victoria and Keanu Yamamoto each have had a 6-point game.
Zach Sawchenko Moose Jaw has the most saves in a game with 56.