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Road to the TELUS Cup: Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario
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February 10, 2012
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) Waterloo Wolves vs. 8) Hamilton Reps
2) London Jr. Knights vs. 7) Brantford 99ers
3) Cambridge Hawks vs. 6) Lambton Jr. Sting
4) Windsor Jr. Spitfires vs. 5) Huron-Perth Lakers

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Waterloo – 62 points (30-0-2)
London – 54 points (27-5-0)
Cambridge – 37 points (18-13-1)
Windsor – 36 points (17-13-2)
Huron-Perth – 32 points (15-15-2)
Lambton – 22 points (9-19-4)
Brantford – 22 points (11-21-0)
Hamilton – 22 points (9-19-4)
Kitchener – 16 points (7-23-2)

LEADING SCORERS
Christian Mroczkowski (Waterloo) – 25G 35A 60P
Ryo Kobayashi (Waterloo) – 22G 25A 47P
Chris Carreiro (London) – 28G 18A 46P
Ryan Doucette (Waterloo) – 21G 24A 45P
Conor Carson (London) – 22G 22A 44P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
London Jr. Knights (2011 – silver medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
4 (1991, 1993 (host), 2009, 2011)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none (best finish: silver medal – London Jr. Knights, 2011)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – WATERLOO WOLVES
The Waterloo Wolves were the undisputed class of the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario during the regular season, rolling through their 32-game schedule without a regulation-time loss (30-0-2), finishing eight points up on the London Jr. Knights, last year’s national silver medallists. The Waterloo offence was the story – Christian Mroczkowski ran away with the Alliance scoring title, finishing 13 points ahead of teammate Ryo Kobayashi, and was one of seven Wolves to finish in the top 10. Overall, Waterloo outscored the rest of the league by 42 goals – more than one per game – and allowed just a single goal more than league-leading London, with Darren Huck’s 16 wins and 1.84 GAA tops in the Alliance.


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