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Road to the TELUS Cup: West Regional
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March 31, 2011
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RECENT CHAMPIONS (TELUS CUP FINISH)
2010 – Notre Dame Hounds (gold medal)
2009 – Notre Dame Hounds (gold medal)
2008 – Winnipeg Thrashers (silver medal)
2007 – Prince Albert Mintos (gold medal)
2006 – Prince Albert Mintos (gold medal)

MOOSE JAW GENERALS
HOST

Regular Season Record: 30-9-5-0 (3rd in SMAAAHL)
Goals For: 179
Goals Against: 98
Leading Scorer: Kyle Oleniuk (27G 37A 64P)

Playoff Record: 3-3
Goals For: 16
Goals Against: 19
Leading Scorer: Cory Millette (6G 3A 9P)

Last National Championship Appearance: none
Total National Championship Appearances: none

PRINCE ALBERT MINTOS
SMAAAHL CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 31-8-4-1 (1st in SMAAAHL)
Goals For: 174
Goals Against: 110
Leading Scorer: Brennen Bosovich (25G 44A 69P)

Playoff Record: 9-1
Goals For: 43
Goals Against: 23
Leading Scorer: Brennen Bosovich (6G 12A 18P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2007 – gold medal
Total National Championship Appearances: 3 (1999, 2006, 2007)

THUNDER BAY KINGS
HNO CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 34-19-2-3
Goals For: 193
Goals Against: 146
Leading Scorer: Dylan Butler (20G 26A 46P)

Playoff Record: 2-1
Goals For: 7
Goals Against: 7
Leading Scorer: Matt Alexander/Luke Gagnon (1G 1A 2P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 1997 – gold medal
Total National Championship Appearances: 6 (1985, 1988, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997)

WINNIPEG THRASHERS
MMAAAHL CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 37-5-2 (1st in MMAAAHL)
Goals For: 230
Goals Against: 88
Leading Scorer: Morgan Winchar (24G 26A 50P)

Playoff Record: 9-2
Goals For: 47
Goals Against: 23
Leading Scorer: Corey Petrash (7G 10A 17P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2009 – 4th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 2 (2008, 2009)


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Hockey Canada
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