The top teams in the south and north division of the Alberta Junior Female Hockey League (AJFHL) face off tonight (Jan. 28) in Totem One of the SLS Centre.

The Edmonton Wolves are in town to face the Cochrane Chaos at 7:30 p.m. in what is a highly-anticipated match-up.

The two teams exchanged wins in the pre-season and tied in their only other meeting in the regular season.

"It's going to be interesting to get a look at them," says Chaos head coach Derek Loomer. "We haven't seen them since the second weekend of the season. They're top in the north, we're top down here right now, and it will be really good to see them at this point in the season."

Should the Chaos advance to the league championship series, the Wolves are currently favoured to be there representing the north.

The Chaos are on a 10-game winning streak and have opened up at 12-point lead on the Lethbridge Eagles for first in the south with four games remaining in the regular season.

The Wolves have a 16-point lead on the Sherwood Park Steele in the north.