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Road to The RBC Cup: Portage Terriers
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April 28, 2011
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ANAVET Cup (West Region) champions
Manitoba Junior Hockey League champions

HOW THEY GOT TO CAMROSE

MJHL Playoffs
QF – defeated Swan Valley Stampeders 4-2 (4-3 2OT, 2-1 2OT, 1-2, 1-3, 5-2, 4-1)
SF – defeated Dauphin Kings 4-2 (4-6, 5-2, 2-3, 5-3, 6-0, 4-1)
FINAL – defeated Selkirk Steelers 4-1 (2-3, 5-2, 3-2, 3-0, 5-2)

ANAVET Cup
FINAL – defeated La Ronge Ice Wolves 4-3 (5-3, 5-1, 3-6, 1-6, 6-3, 0-1, 4-0)

REGULAR SEASON

Record: 40-15-7 (1st in MJHL)
Goals For: 227 (4th in MJHL)
Goals Against: 164 (T-1st in MJHL)
Power Play: 54 of 163 – 33.1% (3rd in MJHL)
Penalty Killing: 120 of 168 – 71.4% (6th in MJHL)
Longest Winning Streak: 6 (Jan. 26-Feb. 8)
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Brent Wold – 22G 46A 68P (8th in MJHL)
  • Brendan Harms – 28G 35A 63P (9th in MJHL)
  • Stephane Pattyn – 21G 41A 62P (10th in MJHL)

PLAYOFFS

Record: 16-8
Goals For: 85
Goals Against: 56
Power Play: 17 for 82 – 20.7%
Penalty Killing: 58 for 79 – 73.4%
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Tyler Moore – 13G 16A 29P
  • Brent Wold – 11G 11A 22P
  • Brendan Harms – 8G 13A 21P

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

2005 – Portage Terriers (5th place)
1-3 record | 11GF 18GA

1973 – Portage Terriers (national champions)
4-1 record | 22GF 16GA

PLAYERS TO WATCH

JASON KASDORF
good size … fills the net … communicates well with defencemen … demonstrates good focus … challenges shooters well … moves well laterally … very quick from post to post … good glove

TYLER MOORE
provides leadership … smart and effective two-way forward … very good skater .. good acceleration … above average shot … can play multiple roles, depending on situation … good offensive skills

BRENT WOLD
smooth on his skates … mobile … very good poise with the puck … smart and talented passer … good hockey sense … very good skater … reads the play well … very competitive … leaves it on the ice

NCAA COMMITMENTS

Jason Kasdorf – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2011-12)


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