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Road to the TELUS Cup: Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League
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February 16, 2012
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
East Division
3) Interlake Lightning vs. 6) Eastman Selects
4) Norman Northstars vs. 5) Kenora Thistles

BYES:
1) Winnipeg Wild
2) Winnipeg Thrashers

West Division
3) Pembina Valley Hawks vs. 6) Parkland Rangers
4) Central Plains Capitals vs. 5) Yellowhead Chiefs

BYES:
1) Southwest Cougars
2) Brandon Wheat Kings

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
East Division
Winnipeg Wild – 83 points (41-2-1)
Winnipeg Thrashers – 74 points (35-5-4)
Interlake – 50 points (24-18-2)
Norman – 41 points (19-22-3)
Kenora – 32 points (12-24-8)
Eastman – 27 points (12-29-3)

West Division
Southwest – 74 points (35-5-4)
Brandon – 49 points (23-18-3)
Pembina Valley – 41 points (19-22-3)
Central Plains – 37 points (18-25-1)
Yellowhead – 33 points (13-24-7)
Parkland – 30 points (13-27-4)

LEADING SCORERS
Geordie Maguire (Winnipeg Wild) – 40G 37A 77P
Remi Laurencelle (Winnipeg Wild) – 24G 49A 73P
Christian Stockl (Winnipeg Wild) – 36G 32A 68P
Jayce Hawryluk (Parkland) – 31G 36A 67P
Lucas Oliver (Southwest) – 30G 34A 64P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
Winnipeg Thrashers (2011 – gold medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
6 (1991, 1994 (host), 2004, 2008, 2009 (host), 2011)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2011 (Winnipeg Thrashers)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 (2004, Brandon Wheat Kings; 2011, Winnipeg Thrashers)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – WINNIPEG WILD
The Wild outlasted the Winnipeg Thrashers, their cross-town rivals and the defending national champions, to take top spot in the MMAAAHL, going 3-0-1 against the Thrashers and winning 14 of 15 overall after Jan. 1 to finish with a nine-point cushion atop the East Division and overall standings. Winnipeg went a remarkable 22-0 on home ice at the MTS Iceplex and scored a ridiculous 311 goals in 44 games. To put that in perspective, only one other team – the Thrashers – reached the 200-goal plateau. The Wild were no slouches in the defensive end either, allowing just 85 goals, the league’s second-best total. Geordie Maguire claimed the MMAAAHL scoring title, finishing four points up on teammate Remi Laurencelle, while goaltenders Ty Edmonds and Alex Moodie were third and fourth, respectively, in goals against average, both finishing with GAAs under 2.00.


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