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    RECENT CHAMPIONS (RBC CUP FINISH)

  • 2011 – Vernon Vipers (runners-up)
  • 2010 – Vernon Vipers (national champions)
  • 2009 – Vernon Vipers (national champions)
  • 2008 – Camrose Kodiaks (runners-up)
  • 2007 – Camrose Kodiaks (3rd place)

    BROOKS BANDITS
    AJHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 47-7-6 (1st in AJHL)
  • Goals For: 273 (1st in AJHL)
  • Goals Against: 131 (3rd in AJHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Matt Wilkins (34G 65A 99P)
  • Power Play: 105 for 346 – 30.4% (1st in AJHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 271 for 314 – 86.3% (5th in AJHL)
  • Playoff Record: 12-2
  • Goals For: 56
  • Goals Against: 31
  • Leading Scorer: Cam Maclise (6G 10A 16P)
  • Power Play: 22 for 85 – 25.9%
  • Penalty Kill: 62 for 68 – 91.2%
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: none
  • Total National Championship Appearances: none

    PENTICTON VEES
    BCHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 54-4-0-2 (1st in BCHL)
  • Goals For: 334 (1st in BCHL)
  • Goals Against: 133 (2nd in BCHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Joey Benik (30G 66A 96P)
  • Power Play: 90 for 287 – 31.4% (1st in BCHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 217 for 253 – 85.8% (1st in BCHL)
  • Playoff Record: 12-3
  • Goals For: 52
  • Goals Against: 27
  • Leading Scorer: Wade Murphy (9G 9A 18P)
  • Power Play: 9 for 53 – 17.0%
  • Penalty Kill: 47 for 52 – 90.4%
  • Last National Championship: 1986
  • Total National Championships: one (1986)
  • Last National Championship Appearance: 1986 (national champions)
  • Total National Championship Appearances: two (1985, 1986)

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