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Road to The RBC Cup: Fred Page Cup (East Regional)
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RECENT CHAMPIONS (RBC CUP FINISH)

  • 2011 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (national champions)
  • 2010 – Brockville Braves (3rd place)
  • 2009 – Summerside Western Capitals (5th place)
  • 2008 – Pictou County Crushers (4th place)
  • 2007 – Pembroke Lumber Kings (4th place)

KANATA STALLIONS

  • HOST
  • Regular Season Record: 24-32-6 (9th in CCHL)
  • Goals For: 214 (9th in CCHL)
  • Goals Against: 259 (10th in CCHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Ryan Donnelly (26G 36A 62P)
  • Power Play: 48 for 277 – 17.3% (7th in CCHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 217 for 283 – 77.0% (10th in CCHL)
  • Playoff Record: missed playoffs
  • Goals For: missed playoffs
  • Goals Against: missed playoffs
  • Leading Scorer: missed playoffs
  • Power Play: missed playoffs
  • Penalty Kill: missed playoffs
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: 1997 (4th place)
  • Total National Championship Appearances: one (1997)

NEPEAN RAIDERS

  • CCHL CHAMPIONS
  • Regular Season Record: 46-11-5 (1st in CCHL)
  • Goals For: 269 (1st in CCHL)
  • Goals Against: 159 (2nd in CCHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Craig Cowie (41G 79A 120P)
  • Power Play: 84 for 245 – 34.3& (1st in CCHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 185 for 221 – 83.7% (1st in CCHL)
  • Playoff Record: 12-6
  • Goals For: 59
  • Goals Against: 46
  • Leading Scorer: Kenneth Neil (4G 19A 23P)
  • Power Play: 16 for 73 – 21.9%
  • Penalty Kill: 58 for 72 – 80.6%
  • Last National Championship: none
  • Total National Championships: none
  • Last National Championship Appearance: 2004 (4th place)
  • Total National Championship Appearances: one (2004)

TITAN DE PRINCEVILLE

  • LHJAAAQ CHAMPIONS
  • Regular Season Record: 28-20-1 (7th in LHJAAAQ)
  • Goals For: 234 (4th in LHJAAAQ)
  • Goals Against: 192 (8th in LHJAAAQ)
  • Leading Scorer: Maxime Lecours (47G 41A 88P)
  • Power Play: 48 for 229 – 21.0% (9th in LHJAAAQ)
  • Penalty Kill: 194 for 233 – 83.3% (2nd in LHJAAAQ)
  • Playoff Record: 15-4
  • Goals For: 79
  • Goals Against: 62
  • Leading Scorer: Maxime Lecours (12G 18A 30P)
  • 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

    WOODSTOCK SLAMMERS

  • MHL CHAMPIONS
  • Regular Season Record: 45-6-1 (1st in MHL)
  • Goals For: 265 (1st in MHL)
  • Goals Against: 121 (1st in MHL)
  • Leading Scorer: Bradley Greene (39G 35A 74P)
  • Power Play: 26.2% (1st in MHL)
  • Penalty Kill: 85.4% (2nd in MHL)
  • Playoff Record: 12-3
  • Goals For: 54
  • Goals Against: 28
  • Leading Scorer: Andrew Langan (8G 10A 18P)
  • Power Play: 22.2%
  • Penalty Kill: 86.8%
  • 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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Hockey Canada
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