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Atlantic Region champions
Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League champions

HOW THEY GOT TO ST. JOHN’S

NSMMHL Playoffs
QF – defeated Valley Wildcats 3-0 (4-2, 4-2, 7-2)
SF – defeated Weeks Major Midgets 3-1 (0-3, 5-3, 2-0, 3-2)
FINAL – defeated Dartmouth Ice Dawgs 4-2 (1-2, 4-2, 1-4, 3-2 OT, 5-2, 3-2 2OT)

Atlantic Regional
RR – 2nd place (defeated Cornwall Thunder 3-0, defeated Fredericton Canadiens 4-3, defeated Charlottetown Islanders 6-0, lost to St. John’s Privateers 5-3)
FINAL – defeated St. John’s Privateers 4-3

REGULAR SEASON

Record – 28-5-2 (2nd in NSMMHL)
Goals For – 159 (1st in NSMMHL)
Goals Against – 104 (2nd in NSMMHL)
Longest Winning Streak – 5 (Oct. 17-Nov. 11; Dec. 5-18)
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Adam Stevens – 27G 17A 44P (7th in NSMMHL)
  • Alex Hazlehurst – 19G 19A 38P (11th in NSMMHL)
  • Adam Brown – 9G 25A 34P (14th in NSMMHL)

PLAYOFFS

Record – 14-4
Goals For – 62
Goals Against – 39
Top 3 Scorers –

  • Adam Stevens – 12G 8A 20P
  • Patrick MacIsaac – 4G 11A 15P
  • Damon MacEachern – 7G 5A 12P

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY

1994 – Halifax McDonald’s (5th place)
2-3-0 record | 24GF 25GA

1983 – Halifax McDonald’s (8th place)
2-4-0 record | 13GF 37GA

1980 – Halifax McDonald’s (4th place)
3-3-0 record | 15GF 17GA

PLAYERS TO WATCH

ADAM BROWN
skilled offensive defenceman … very mobile … fluid skater … makes crisp and accurate passes … handles puck with poise and confidence … moves puck up ice quickly … can control flow of the game

JACOB FANCY
communicates well with defencemen … demonstrates very good focus … challenges shooters well … takes up a lot of the net … moves well laterally … very good post to post … doesn’t get rattled

ADAM STEVENS
good offensive skills … nice touch around the net … above average skater … gets into scoring positions … good stick-handler … good puck control … plays in all situations … above average shot

QMJHL DRAFTED PLAYERS

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