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    RECENT CHAMPIONS (RBC CUP FINISH)

  • 2011 – Portage Terriers (5th place)
  • 2010 – La Ronge Ice Wolves (4th place)
  • 2009 – Humboldt Broncos (runners-up)
  • 2008 – Humboldt Broncos (national champions)
  • 2007 – Selkirk Steelers (5th place)

    HUMBOLDT BRONCOS
    SJHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 42-11-5 (1st in SJHL)
  • Goals For: 240 (1st in SJHL)
  • Goals Against: 145 (1st in SJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Andrew Johnston (29G 52A 81P)
  • Power Play: 45 for 238 – 18.9% (8th in SJHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 174 for 207 – 84.1% (1st in SJHL)
  • Playoff Record: 12-4
  • Goals For: 67
  • Goals Against: 35
  • Leading Scorer: Robbie Ciolfi (15G 9A 24P)
  • Power Play: 18 for 77 – 23.4%
  • Penalty Kill: 59 for 67 – 88.1%
  • Last National Championship: 2008
  • Total National Championships: two (2003, 2008)
  • Last National Championship Appearance: 2009 (runners-up)
  • Total National Championship Appearances: four (1987, 2003, 2008, 2009)

    PORTAGE TERRIERS
    MJHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 42-15-5 (1st in MJHL)
  • Goals For: 266 (2nd in MJHL)
  • Goals Against: 189 (2nd in MJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Brent Wold (26G 45A 71P)
  • Power Play: 72 for 286 – 25.2% (1st in MJHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 256 for 213 – 82.1% (6th in MJHL)
  • Playoff Record: 12-3
  • Goals For: 59
  • Goals Against: 38
  • Leading Scorer: Brendan Harms (10G 10A 20P)
  • Power Play: not available
  • Penalty Kill: not available
  • Last National Championship: 1973
  • Total National Championships: one (1973)
  • Last National Championship Appearance: 2011 (5th place)
  • Total National Championship Appearances: three (1973, 2005, 2011)

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