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Road to The Esso Cup: Quebec
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April 6, 2011
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2011 QUEBEC CHAMPIONS:  The Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis from Kuper Academy in Kirkland, Que., win the 2011 Dodge Cup and advance to the 2011 Esso Cup.

HOW LAC ST-LOUIS EARNED ITS SPOT AT THE ESSO CUP

  • Defeated Rebelles de Laval 10-0, Dynamo Royal 4-1 and Cyclones du Bas St-Laurent 3-0 in the round robin of the 2011 Dodge Cup, the provincial championship for Quebec, held March 31-April 3 in Montréal.
  • Defeated Rapides de l’Estrie 4-1 in quarter-finals April 2.
  • Defeated L’Express de l’Outaouais 1-0 in semifinals April 3.
  • Defeated Remparts du Richelieu 2-0 in the championship game April 3.

QUARTER-FINALS
Rafales de la Mauricie 0, Remparts du Richelieu 3
Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis 4, Rapides de l’Estrie 1
Abitibi-Témiscamingue 1, Pionnières de Laurentides-Lanaudière 3
L’Express de l’Outaouais 3, Rebelles de Laval 0

SEMIFINALS
Pionnières de Laurentides-Lanaudière 0, Remparts du Richelieu 5
Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis 1, L’Express de l’Outaouais 0

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis 2, Remparts du Richelieu 0

LEADING SCORERS FROM 2011 DODGE CUP
Devon Thompson (Lac St-Louis) – 6GP 4G 7A 11P
Cindy Laurin (Outaouais) – 5GP 5G 3A 8P
Sina Bourbeau (Richelieu) – 6GP 5G 3A 8P
Laurie Mercier (Richelieu) – 6GP 4G 4A 8P
Stephanie Pellerin-Therien (Lac St-Louis) – 6GP 6G 1A 7P

QUEBEC CHAMPIONS – KODIACS DU LAC ST-LOUIS

The Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis, a team taken straight out of private school Kuper Academy in Kirkland, Que., to represent the area at the female Midget AA level, caused quite the upset at this year’s Dodge Cup, beating out defending champions the Remparts du Richelieu to snag the gold medal at Quebec’s annual provincial championship. The 2-0 shutout in the championship game April 3 at St. Louis Arena  in Montreal also earned Lac St-Louis a ticket straight to St. Albert, where they’ll compete for the top spot in the nation at the 2011 Esso Cup. The Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis will make their debut at Canada’s National Female Midget Championship in St. Albert, becoming the second team from their province to participate in the three-year tournament, as Quebec did not send a team to Calgary, Alta., at the inaugural event. Rival squad the Remparts du Richelieu are the only other Quebec team to take to the ice at the Esso Cup, finishing in sixth place last year in Regina, Sask. But despite the determination of the Remparts to make it there again this year, the Kodiacs du Lac St-Louis breezed their way through the round robin, played strong through quarter-finals and semifinals and held on to their lead in the championship game to win the 2011 Dodge Cup. Will the Kodiacs be able to add another, more highly coveted, cup to their collection before the 2010-11 season ends? Check out HockeyCanada.ca for all the 2011 Esso Cup action.

PAST QUEBEC CHAMPIONS
2010 – Remparts du Richelieu (Hockey Quebec, finished in sixth place at the 2010 Esso Cup)
2009 – Quebec did not send a team to the 2009 Esso Cup


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