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Road to the TELUS Cup: Central Regional
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April 2, 2012
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RECENT CHAMPIONS (TELUS CUP FINISH) 2011 – London Jr. Knights (silver medal)
2010 – Mississauga Reps (silver medal)
2009 – Hamilton Reps (6th place)
2008 – Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves (gold medal)
2007 – Sault Ste. Marie North Stars (6th place)

LONDON JR. KNIGHTS ALLIANCE CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 27-5-0 (2nd in Alliance)
Goals For: 158
Goals Against: 60
Leading Scorer: Chris Carreiro (28G 18A 46P)

Playoff Record: 10-3-1
Goals For: 63
Goals Against: 37
Leading Scorer: Chris Carreiro (11G 10A 21P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2011 – silver medal
Total National Championship Appearances: 1 (2011)

MISSISSAUGA REBELS GTHL CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 28-6-2 (1st in GTHL)
Goals For: 125
Goals Against: 57
Leading Scorer: unavailable

Playoff Record: 11-0
Goals For: 46
Goals Against: 18
Leading Scorer: unavailable

Last National Championship Appearance: none
Total National Championship Appearances: none

OTTAWA JR. 67’S
OEMHL REPRESENTATIVES

Regular Season Record: 24-7-1 (2nd in OEMHL)
Goals For: 115
Goals Against: 62
Leading Scorer: Maximilian Veronneau (19G 29A 48P)

Playoff Record: 5-5-1
Goals For: 35
Goals Against: 33
Leading Scorer: Maximilian Veronneau (12G 8A 20P)

Last National Championship Appearance: none
Total National Championship Appearances: none

SAULT STE. MARIE NORTH STARS GNML CHAMPIONS / HOST

Regular Season Record: 27-4-3 (2nd in GNML)
Goals For: 237
Goals Against: 77
Leading Scorer: Ryan Vendramin (30G 51A 81P)

Playoff Record: 9-2
Goals For: 53
Goals Against: 22
Leading Scorer: Anthony Stefano (11G 7A 18P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2007 – 6th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 5 (1980, 1993, 1999, 2003, 2007)

SUDBURY NICKEL CAPITAL WOLVES
GNML RUNNERS-UP

Regular Season Record: 28-5-1 (1st in GNML)
Goals For: 173
Goals Against: 86
Leading Scorer: Brandon Jones (19G 28A 47P)

Playoff Record: 7-5
Goals For: 44
Goals Against: 34
Leading Scorer: Josh Moore (6G 10A 16P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2008 – gold medal
Total National Championship Appearances: 4 (1987, 1994, 1998, 2008)

WHITBY WILDCATS
OMHA CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 23-6-5 (2nd in OMHA-ETA)
Goals For: 121
Goals Against: 60
Leading Scorer: Brodie Myers (24G 9A 33P)

Playoff Record: 10-3
Goals For: 44
Goals Against: 32
Leading Scorer: unavailable

Last National Championship Appearance: none
Total National Championship Appearances: none


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