Road to the Esso Cup
Ligue de hockey féminin de développement du Québec
Wendy Graves
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March 1, 2016
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS

Division St-Louis
1. Express du Richelieu
4. Sélects du Lac St-Louis
5. Harfangs du Triolet
8. As de Laurentides/Lanaudière
10. Élites du Lac St-Louis
11. Rebelles de Laval-Montréal
13. Express de l’Outaouais

Division M.C. Roy
2. Citadelles de la Capitale-Nationale
3. Élites de l’Estrie
6. Husky de Chaudière Ouest
7. Remparts du Richelieu
9. Rafales de la Mauricie
12. Cyclones du Bas St-Laurent

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL-T; FJ)

Express du Richelieu – 64 points (19-3-0-2; 24)
Capitale-Nationale – 63 points (18-5-0-2; 25)
Estrie – 60 points (16-4-0-4; 24)
Sélects du Lac St-Louis – 56 points (14-6-0-4; 24)
Triolet – 50 points (10-7-0-7; 23)
Chaudière Ouest – 45 points (9-12-0-3; 24)
Remparts du Richelieu – 42 points (8-14-0-2; 24)
Laurentides/Lanaudière – 42 points (7-13-0-4; 24)
Mauricie – 40 points (5-12-1-6; 24)
Élites du Lac St-Louis – 38 points (6-16-0-2; 24)
Laval-Montréal – 34 points (5-17-0-2; 22)
Bas St-Laurent – 25 points (1-16-2-0; 21)
Outaouais – 20 points (3-7-0-2; 12)

*Due to the long distances of travel, Bas St-Laurent and Outaouais played fewer games than the other teams.
**A team is awarded a Franc-jeu (FJ) – one point in the standings – for every game in which it receives fewer than 20 penalty minutes.

LEADING SCORERS

Éloïse Dubé (Express du Richelieu) – 18G 10A 28P
Léonie Philbert (Express du Richelieu) – 5G 22A 27P
Gabrielle David (Estrie) – 15G 11A 26P
Maude Pepin (Citadelles) – 12G 13A 25P
Emmy Fecteau (Chaudière Ouest) – 13G 11A 24P
Joannie Garand (Richelieu) – 13G 11A 24P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE

2013 (LHFDQ Nord – gold medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES

4 (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

2013

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – EXPRESS DU RICHELIEU

A win is a win, even when it is by the slimmest of margins. Taking both games against Citadelles de la Capitale-Nationale proved key in the end for Express du Richelieu, which scored a one-point lead at the end of the Ligue de hockey féminin de développement du Québec regular season. The Express enjoyed an unbeaten run through its first 15 games, including 11 wins a row at one point. Éloïse Dubé (a league-best 18 goals) and Léonie Philbert (a league-high 22 assists) finished one-two in the LHFDQ scoring race. Carolanne Franc-Brown picked up 13 of the team’s 19 wins in net, posting a 0.98 goals-against average. Marithe Levesque (1.28 goals-against average) was in net for the team’s other six wins.

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)
ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

 

Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
mbell@hockeycanada.ca

 

Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
emadziya@hockeycanada.ca

 

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Watts tied the game late, but Canada settled for silver at U18 worlds.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 6 – SWE 2 (Semifinal)
Shirley and Fillier had two goals apiece to send Canada to the final.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 1 – USA 0 OT (Preliminary)
Bell scored in OT, Ranger earned the shutout and Canada edged the U.S.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 4 – RUS 2 (Preliminary)
Potomak scored the winner on a third-period PP to keep Canada perfect.
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