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Road to the TELUS Cup: Great North Midget League
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February 14, 2011
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) Nickel City Sons vs. 8) Timmins Majors
2) Sault Ste. Marie North Stars vs. 7) Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves
3) Kapuskasing Flyers vs. 6) Kirkland Lake Legion 87’s
4) New Liskeard Cubs vs. 5) North Bay Trappers

FINAL STANDINGS
Nickel City – 62 points
Sault Ste. Marie – 47 points
Kapuskasing – 40 points
New Liskeard – 37 points
North Bay – 37 points
Kirkland Lake – 34 points
Sudbury – 31 points
Timmins – 2 points

LEADING SCORERS
Jordan Turbide (Kirkland Lake) – 56G 29A 85P
Cody Gratton (Nickel City) – 36G 32A 68P
Alex Bottigoni (Nickel City) – 28G 33A 61P
Mitchell Byrne (Nickel City) – 22G 30A 52P
Danny Desrochers (North Bay) – 21G 27A 48P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves (2008 – gold)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
13 (1984 (host), 1987, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998 (host), 1999, 2002, 2003, 2003 (host), 2007, 2008)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2008 (Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 (1984, North Bay Pinehill; 2008, Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – MISSISSAUGA REBELS
For the first time in a long time, a team other than the Sault Ste. Marie North Stars or Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves finished the regular season atop the Great North Midget League standings as the Nickel City Sons ran away with first place, finishing 15 points ahead of the North Stars, thanks in large part to a 4-1 record against Sault Ste. Marie. Both the Sons’ offence and defence finished No. 1 in the GNML; Nickel City’s 180 goals were 27 more than Sault Ste. Marie’s – almost a full goal per game – and 79 goals against were eight less than the North Stars. The trio of Cody Gratton (68 points), Alex Bottigoni (61 points) and Mitchell Byrne (52 points) were second, third and fourth, respectively, in GNML scoring, leading an offence that placed five players in the top 13.


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