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Road to The Esso Cup: Hockey Nova Scotia
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March 14, 2011
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2011 NOVA SCOTIA CHAMPIONS:  Metro Boston Pizza, a female Midget AAA team based out of Halifax Regional Municipality, advances to the Atlantic Female Midget Championship

HOW METRO EARNED ITS SPOT AT THE ATLANTIC FEMALE MIDGET CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Defeated Cape Breton 3-2 in a shootout, 3-0 and 4-3 in a best-of-five semifinal series during the NSFMAAAHL (Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League) playoffs February 5 and 6 in Halifax Regional Municipality, N.S., and February 11 in Port Hawkesbury, N.S., respectively.
  • Defeated East Hants 2-1, 3-1 and 2-1 in a best-of-five championship series March 5 and 6 in Halifax Regional Municipality, N.S., and March 11 in Lantz, N.S., respectively.

STANDINGS AFTER REGULAR SEASON
Metro Boston Pizza (Halifax) – 40 points
East Hants Pro Cresting Penguins – 37 points
Subway Northern Storm (Antigonish) – 13 points
Cape Breton Ferguson's PharmaChoice Screaming Eagles – 6 points

SEMIFINAL SERIES
Cape Breton 2, Metro 3 (SO)
Cape Breton 0, Metro 3
Metro 4, Cape Breton 3

Northern 2, East Hants 5
Northern 2, East Hants 1
East Hants 8, Northern 2
East Hants 2, Northern 5
Northern 2, East Hants 3

STANDINGS AFTER SEMIFINAL SERIES
Metro Boston Pizza (Halifax) – 6 points
East Hants Pro Cresting Penguins – 6 points
Subway Northern Storm (Antigonish) – 4 points
Cape Breton Ferguson's PharmaChoice Screaming Eagles – 0 points

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
East Hants 1, Metro 2
East Hants 1, Metro 3
Metro 2, East Hants 1

STANDINGS AFTER CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
Metro Boston Pizza (Halifax) – 6 points
East Hants Pro Cresting Penguins – 0 points

NSMAAAFHL LEADING SCORERS AFTER REGULAR SEASON
Lauren Henman (East Hants) – 24GP 25G 11A 36P
Amanda Volcko (Metro) – 24GP 21G 10A 31P
Lisa MacLean (Northern) – 24GP 20G 8A 28P
Carrissa Carey (Cape Breton) – 23GP 13G 12A 25P
Laura Polak (Metro) – 23GP 4G 20A 24P

NOVA SCOTIA CHAMPIONS – METRO BOSTON PIZZA

Metro Boston Pizza, a team based out of Nova Scotia's capital city, will undoubtedly be hungry for a gold medal win when it heads to Montague, P.E.I. later this month for the Atlantic Female Midget Championship, especially since the squad has settled for silver at the regional tournament for the past two seasons. Metro fell to Hockey New Brunswick's Northern Stars in 2009 and Moncton Office Interior Ricoh Rockets in 2010, which meant not only coming up short at the Atlantic Female Midget Championship, but also losing out on two chances to compete against the top female midget teams from across the country at the Esso Cup. Perhaps the 2010-11 season will be the Halifax team's time to shine. Metro swept the Cape Breton Ferguson's PharmaChoice Screaming Eagles with three straight wins in a best-of-five semifinal series and continued that hot streak through the best-of-five final series against the East Hants Pro Cresting Penguins, en route to becoming this year's Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League provincial champions for a third straight year. Only time will tell if Metro's winning trend will continue through regionals and, perhaps, nationals.


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