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Road to the TELUS Cup: Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League
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February 18, 2011
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
East Division
3) Eastman Selects vs. 6) Kenora Thistles
4) Interlake Lightning vs. 5) Norman Northstars

BYES:
1) Winnipeg Thrashers
2) Winnipeg Wild

West Division
3) Central Plains Capitals vs. 6) Parkland Rangers
4) Yellowhead Chiefs vs. 5) Pembina Valley Hawks

BYES:
1) Southwest Cougars
2) Brandon Wheat Kings

FINAL STANDINGS
East Division
Winnipeg Thrashers – 76 points
Winnipeg Wild – 75 points
Eastman – 60 points
Interlake – 42 points
Norman – 40 points
Kenora – 36 points

West Division
Southwest – 67 points
Brandon – 60 points
Central Plains – 48 points
Yellowhead – 31 points
Pembina Valley – 22 points
Parkland – 4 points

LEADING SCORERS
Jesse Bernard (Southwest) – 39G 33A 72P
Justin Valentino (Norman) – 23G 42A 65P
Cameron Rowat (Southwest) – 24G 40A 64P
Brandon Lauder (Winnipeg Wild) – 19G 45A 64P
Cole McCaig (Brandon) – 18G 39A 57P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE 
Winnipeg Thrashers (2009 – 4th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984) 
5 (1991, 1994 (host), 2004, 2008, 2009 (host))

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
none (best finish: silver – Winnipeg Thrashers, 2008)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – WINNIPEG THRASHERS
The Thrashers were the last team standing in the Battle of Winnipeg, taking the Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League’s regular season crown by just a single point over their cross-town rivals, the Wild, thanks in large part to a season-ending 13-game winning streak. Winnipeg finished with the league’s second-best offence and defence (the Wild had a better goals for and goals against), although not one Thrasher finished in the top 10 of MMAAAHL scoring – Morgan Winchar’s 50 points were good for 11th.  The Thrashers know what it takes to get to the national championship – they won silver at the 2008 TELUS Cup before making the semifinals one year later as the tournament hosts.


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