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PEMBROKE LUMBER KINGS (EAST) OVERViEW

Two-time national runners-up (1973, 1977) during the Centennial Cup days, the Lumber Kings are in the RBC Royal Bank Cup looking for their first-ever National Junior A Championship. Central Junior A Hockey League champions for the first time since winning six league championships in eight years from 1982 to 1989, the Lumber Kings were the best team in the CJHL throughout the regular season, as evidenced by their 44-10-2-2 record and 86 points, 22 points up on the second-place Ottawa Jr. Senators. Scott Campbell ran away with the league scoring championship, finishing with 107 points (53 goals, 54 assists) in just 41 games, 18 points ahead of runner-up Dan Sullivan of Ottawa, who played 14 games more than Campbell did. Goaltenders Mavric Parks and Paul Beckwith were also league leaders, as they topped all CJHL goaltenders who played at least 20 games, with Beckwith’s 2.27 goals against average slightly ahead of Parks’ 2.48. Parks’ 27 wins were also first in the league. After sweeping the Kanata Stallions in the opening round of the CJHL playoffs, the Lumber Kings took care of the Hawkesbury Hawks in six games and the Nepean Raiders in five to be crowned CJHL champions for 2006/07. Pembroke continued their strong play at the Fred Page Cup in St-Jérôme, QC, going 2-1 in the round robin to earn a bye to the final, where they topped the host Panthères 5-2, gaining a measure of revenge for their loss to l’Action de Joliette in the Fred Page Cup final in 2006, when they hosted the event.

Saturday, May 12, 2007 / 2:00 PM PST
Pembroke Lumber Kings - EST 2 vs. Aurora Tigers - CEN 3
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KODIAKS STILL PERFECT
AFTER WIN OVER LUMBER KINGS

Scott Kobialko’s goal 45 seconds into the game stood up as the winner as the Camrose Kodiaks topped the Pembroke Lumber Kings 3-0 on Wednesday afternoon » morePhoto Gallery

 

LUMBER KINGS INTO SEMI-FINAL AFTER WIN OVER STEELERS

The Pembroke Lumber Kings have grabbed the last semi-final spot at the 2007 RBC Royal Bank Cup after a 4-2 win over the Selkirk Steelers on Thursday night at CN Centre. » morePhoto Gallery

 

SPRUCE KINGS OPEN RBC ROYAL BANK CUP WITH BIG WIN OVER LUMBER KINGS

Apparently 52 days off didn’t have that much of an effect on the Prince George Spruce Kings. In their first game since March 14, the 2007 RBC Royal Bank Cup hosts used a three-goal second period to score a 5-2 win | Summary | Media Gallery

 

LUMBER KINGS EVEN RECORD
WITH WIN OVER TIGERS

It was a little closer than they would have liked in the end, but the Pembroke Lumber Kings are back to .500 after a 5-3 win over the Aurora Tigers on Monday afternoon at CN Centre in Prince George, BC.
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CAMPBELL WRAPS UP FIVE YEARS AS A LUMBER KING AT RBC ROYAL BANK CUP

Very few players get the opportunity to play five years of Junior A hockey in Canada. Even fewer get the opportunity to do it with one team. » more

 

LUMBER KINGS READY
FOR ROYAL BANK CUP

Going into the season, many people thought this would be a rebuilding year, but little by little the team proved it was a contender, sitting at the top of the standings for most of the season, claiming the regular season title. » more

 
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