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    RECENT CHAMPIONS (RBC CUP FINISH)

  • 2011 – Wellington Dukes (4th place)
  • 2010 – Oakville Blades (5th place)
  • 2009 – Kingston Voyageurs (4th place)
  • 2008 – Oakville Blades (5th place)
  • 2007 – Aurora Tigers (national champions)

    SOO THUNDERBIRDS
    NOJHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 37-11-2 (1st in NOJHL)
  • Goals For: 245 (3rd in NOJHL)
  • Goals Against: 156 (1st in NOJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Micky Sartoretto (43G 54A 97P)
  • Power Play: not available
  • Penalty Kill: not available
  • Playoff Record: 11-2
  • Goals For: 61
  • Goals Against: 30
  • Leading Scorer: Micky Sartoretto (9G 20A 29P)
  • Power Play: not available
  • Penalty Kill: not available
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: none
  • Total National Championship Appearances: none

    STOUFFVILLE SPIRIT
    OJHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 32-8-9 (6th in OJHL)
  • Goals For: 217 (3rd in OJHL)
  • Goals Against: 152 (8th in OJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Christian Finch (37G 67A 104P)
  • Power Play: 68 for 281 – 24.2% (3rd in OJHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 190 for 229 – 83.0% (11th in OJHL)
  • Playoff Record: 16-9
  • Goals For: 92
  • Goals Against: 62
  • Leading Scorer: Drake Caggiula (17G 20A 37P)
  • Power Play: 27 for 115 – 23.5%
  • Penalty Kill: 76 for 93 – 81.7%
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: none
  • Total National Championship Appearances: none

    THUNDER BAY NORTH STARS
    HOST

  • Regular Season Record: 31-19-6 (3rd in SIJHL)
  • Goals For: 242 (3rd in SIJHL)
  • Goals Against: 156 (2nd in SIJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Quinn Rempel (28G 32A 60P)
  • Power Play: 54 for 263 – 20.5% (2nd in SIJHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 342 for 403 – 84.9% (3rd in SIJHL)
  • Playoff Record: 4-4
  • Goals For: 23
  • Goals Against: 31
  • Leading Scorer: Quinn Rempel (5G 2A 7P)
  • Power Play: 6 for 30 – 20.0%
  • Penalty Kill: 34 for 42 – 81.0%
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: 2006 (4th place)
  • Total National Championship Appearances: one (2006)

    WISCONSIN WILDERNESS
    SIJHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 49-6-1 (1st in SIJHL)
  • Goals For: 259 (1st in SIJHL)
  • Goals Against: 97 (1st in SIJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Mike Dietrich (36G 33A 69P)
  • Power Play: 61 for 336 – 18.2% (4th in SIJHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 211 for 235 – 89.8% (1st in SIJHL)
  • Playoff Record: 10-5
  • Goals For: 56
  • Goals Against: 40
  • Leading Scorer: Mike Dietrich (10G 4A 14P)
  • Power Play: 11 for 81 – 13.6%
  • Penalty Kill: 54 for 64 – 84.4%
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: none
  • Total National Championship Appearances: none

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Hockey Canada
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