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Road to The RBC Cup: Fred Page Cup (East Regional)
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April 20, 2011
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RECENT CHAMPIONS (RBC CUP FINISH)
2010 – Brockville Braves (3rd place)
2009 – Summerside Western Capitals (5th place)
2008 – Pictou County Weeks Crushers (4th place)
2007 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (4th place)
2006 – Action de Joliette (5th place)

COLLÈGE FRANÇAIS LONGUEUIL
LHJAAAQ CHAMPIONS
Final CJHL Ranking: unranked

Regular Season Record: 35-11-3 (2nd in LHJAAAQ)
Goals For: 269 (1st in LHJAAAQ)
Goals Against: 171 (T-5th in LHJAAAQ)
Power Play: 67 for 225 – 29.8% (2nd in LHJAAAQ)
Penalty Killing: 187 for 223 – 83.9% (1st in LHJAAAQ)
Longest Winning Streak: 7 (Dec. 5-Jan. 7)
Leading Scorer: Maxime Charette (34G 64A 98P)

Playoff Record: 12-4
Goals For: 77
Goals Against: 46
Power Play: 24 for 84 – 28.6%
Penalty Killing: 45 for 60 – 75.0%
Leading Scorer: Maxime Charette (15G 19A 34P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 1990 – 4th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 1 (1990)
Total National Championships: none

PEMBROKE LUMBER KINGS
CCHL CHAMPIONS
Final CJHL Ranking: 4th

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)
Leading Scorer: Tyler Tosunian (36G 81A 117P)

Playoff Record: 12-2
Goals For: 71
Goals Against: 34
Power Play: 21 for 68 – 30.9%
Penalty Killing: 51 for 58 – 87.9%
Leading Scorer: Jonathan Milley (8G 16A 24P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2007 – 4th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 5 (1973, 1977, 1987, 1988, 2007)
Total National Championships: none

SUMMERSIDE WESTERN CAPITALS
MHL CHAMPIONS
Final CJHL Ranking: honourable mention

Regular Season Record: 36-12-4 (2nd in MHL)
Goals For: 255 (2nd in MHL)
Goals Against: 186 (5th in MHL)
Power Play: 23.7% (3rd in MHL)
Penalty Killing: 79.3% (7th in MHL)
Longest Winning Streak: 7 (Feb. 11-23)
Leading Scorer: Trevor Carmichael (38G 66A 104P)

Playoff Record: 12-3
Goals For: 68
Goals Against: 49
Power Play: unavailable
Penalty Killing: unavailable
Leading Scorer: Will Johnston (10G 13A 23P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2009 – 5th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 3 (1989, 1997, 2009)
Total National Championships: 1 (1997)

COBRAS DE TERREBONNE
HOST TEAM
Final CJHL Ranking: unranked

Regular Season Record: 32-13-4 (4th in LHJAAAQ)
Goals For: 210 (8th in LHJAAAQ)
Goals Against: 149 (2nd in LHJAAAQ)
Power Play: 53 for 217 – 24.4% (5th in LHJAAAQ)
Penalty Killing: 189 for 232 – 81.5% (3rd in LHJAAAQ)
Longest Winning Streak: 9 (Sept. 18-Oct. 17)
Leading Scorer: Alexandre Lachance (37G 52A 59P)

Playoff Record: 2-4
Goals For: 17
Goals Against: 29
Power Play: 6 for 36 – 16.7%
Penalty Killing: 33 for 44 – 75.0%
Leading Scorer: Alexandre Lachance (4G 4A 8P)

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


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