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Road to the TELUS Cup: West Regional
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March 29, 2012
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  • RECENT CHAMPIONS (TELUS CUP FINISH)

  • 2011 – Winnipeg Thrashers (gold medal)
  • 2010 – Notre Dame Hounds (gold medal)
  • – Notre Dame Hounds (gold medal)
  • 2008 – Winnipeg Thrashers (silver medal)
  • 2007 – Prince Albert Mintos (gold medal)

  • KENORA THISTLES

  • HNO CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 12-24-8 (10th in MMAAAHL)

  • Goals For: 122
  • Goals Against: 183
  • Leading Scorer: Grant ValiquAette (16G 28A 44P)
  • Playoff Record: 3-3 (1-2 in MMAAAHL, 2-1 in HNO)

  • Goals For: 13
  • Goals Against: 22
  • Leading Scorer: Grant Valiquette (3G 2A 5P)

  • Last National Championship Appearance: none

  • Total National Championship Appearances: none

  • SASKATOON CONTACTS

  • SMAAAHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 32-9-3 (2nd in SMAAAHL)

  • Goals For: 204
  • Goals Against: 123
  • Leading Scorer: Carson Stadnyk (28G 31A 59P)

  • Playoff Record: 9-4
  • Goals For: 40
  • Goals Against: 23
  • Leading Scorer: Rourke Chartier (8G 5A 13P)

  • Last National Championship Appearance: 2005 – gold medal

  • Total National Championship Appearances: 3 (1998, 2000, 2005)

  • SOUTHWEST COUGARS

  • HOST

  • Regular Season Record: 35-5-4 (2nd in MMAAAHL)
  • Goals For: 176
  • Goals Against: 80
  • Leading Scorer: Lucas Oliver (30G 34A 64P)
  • Playoff Record: 6-4
  • Goals For: 38
  • Goals Against: 26
  • Leading Scorer: Lucas Oliver (8G 9A 17P)
  • Last National Championship Appearance: none

  • Total National Championship Appearances: none

  • WINNIPEG WILD

  • MMAAAHL CHAMPIONS

  • Regular Season Record: 41-2-1 (1st in MMAAAHL)
  • Goals For: 311
  • Goals Against: 85
  • Leading Scorer: Geordie Maguire (40G 37A 77P)
  • Playoff Record: 9-0

  • Goals For: 60
  • Goals Against: 14
  • Leading Scorer: Remi Laurencelle (7G 8A 15P)

  • Last National Championship Appearance: none

  • Total National Championship Appearances: none


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Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
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