Having become the first team in the major midget division of the Great North Midget Hockey League to complete the 36-game regular season schedule, the Soo Greyhounds now await the start of the playoffs, which are likely to begin on the second weekend of February.
With a record of 13-19-4, the Greyhounds hold down fourth place in the six-team major midget division, just ahead of the Timmins Majors.
Individually, forward Avery Rebek topped the Greyhound scoring chart through the 2017-2018 regular season with 19 goals, 14 assists, 33 points.
Trailing Rebek is forward Caleb Wood with 18 goals, 10 assists, 28 points.
Up next are fellow forwards Raf Praysner, Owen Shier and Parker Morgan with respective totals of 9-17-26, 8-18-26 and 13-9-22, followed by defenseman Jonathan Mackin with 8-14-22 numbers.
The Greyhounds two minor aged players also put up pretty good numbers. Nick Jameus had 7 goals, 12 assists, 19 points while fellow forward Nick Niro produced 11-7-18 numbers.
Between the pipes, Dawson Hunter was in the nets for seven wins and Andrew Uschenko for six.
In all, the Greyhounds scored 125 goals, allowed 176 and spent a league-high 831 minutes in the penalty box.
PHOTO: Avery Rebek, in action for the major midget Soo Greyhounds. (Photo by Allana Plaunt.)