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Road to The RBC Cup: Pembroke Lumber Kings
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April 28, 2011
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Fred Page Cup (East Region) champions
Central Canada Hockey League champions

HOW THEY GOT TO CAMROSE

CCHL Playoffs
QF – defeated Smiths Falls Bears 4-0 (8-3, 10-1, 5-0, 9-3)
SF – defeated Gloucester Rangers 4-0 (5-2, 6-3, 6-3, 5-2)
FINAL – defeated Cornwall Colts 4-2 (2-0, 0-3, 2-1 2OT, 3-6, 5-3, 5-4)

'Fred Page Cup
RR – 1st place (defeated Collège Français Longueuil 11-3, defeated Summerside Western Capitals 9-5, lost to Cobras de Terrebonne 6-5)
FINAL – defeated Collège Français Longueuil 6-3

REGULAR SEASON

Record: 51-9-2 (1st in CCHL)
Goals For: 300 (1st in CCHL)
Goals Against: 142 (2nd in CCHL)
Power Play: 89 for 317 – 28.1% (1st in CCHL)
Penalty Killing: 216 for 246 – 87.8% (1st in CCHL)
Longest Winning Streak: 10 (Oct. 1-24; Feb. 16-Mar. 6)
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Tyler Tosunian – 36G 81A 117P (2nd in CCHL)
  • Matthew Peca – 26G 46A 72P (11th in CCHL)
  • Brandon Gagne – 26G 39A 65P (14th in CCHL)

PLAYOFFS

Record: 15-3
Goals For: 104
Goals Against: 51
Power Play: 26 for 94 – 27.7%
Penalty Killing: 63 for 71 – 88.7%
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Jonathan Milley – 14G 22A 36P
  • Matthew Peca – 18G 15A 33P
  • Kyle Just – 10G 23A 33P

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

2007 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (4th place)
2-3 record | 13GF 16GA

1988 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (3rd place)
2-2 record | 18GF 20GA

1987 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (3rd place)
1-3 record | 14GF 21GA

1977 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (runners-up)
0-4 record | 14GF 21GA

1973 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (runners-up)
1-4 record | 16GF 22GA

PLAYERS TO WATCH

FRANCIS DUPUIS
calm goaltender … technically solid … reads the play well … communicates well with defencemen … challenges shooters … moves well from post to post … good rebound control … quick glove

MATTHEW PECA
speedy centre … good offensive instincts … quick hands … quick release … smooth puck control … excellent hockey sense … relied upon in all situations … intelligent away from the puck … good vision

TYLER TOSUNIAN
dominating and exciting offensive talent … very good skater … great acceleration … great hands … excellent passer … hard and accurate shot … handles puck with poise and confidence … smart

NCAA COMMITMENTS

Maurice Alvarez – Army (2011-12)
Chris Bodo – Mercyhurst College (2011-12)
Tyler Tosunian – Bemidji State University (2011-12)
Matthew Peca – Quinnipiac University (2011-12)
Ted Pletsch – Bowling Green State University (2011-12)
Ben Reinhardt – University of Alabama-Huntsville (2011-12)
Matthew Zay – Mercyhurst College (2011-12)


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