Life is the North American Hockey League’s South Division has always been a bit complicated, and the 2022-23 season has not been an exception to that rule.

The Oklahoma Warriors’ hold on the division’s top spot has shrunk to just six-points after playing three-straight games against the second place Lone Star, allowing the Brahmas to close the gap with a pair of wins.

At the other end of the spectrum, El Paso and Corpus Christi are already making plans for next year while Odessa is having a difficult time trying to make up ground on the two teams ahead of them in the quest for playoff positioning; Amarillo and New Mexico.

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