Road to the TELUS Cup
British Columbia Major Midget League
David Brien
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February 29, 2016
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS

1) Valley West Hawks vs. 8) Greater Vancouver Canadians
2) Cariboo Cougars vs. 7) South Island Royals
3) Vancouver NW Giants vs. 6) Vancouver NE Chiefs
4) Okanagan Rockets vs. 5) Fraser Valley Thunderbirds

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)

Valley West – 67 points (33-6-1)
Cariboo – 61 points (29-8-3)
Vancouver NW – 58 points (27-9-4)
Okanagan – 51 points (23-12-5)
Fraser Valley – 43 points (17-14-9)
Vancouver NE – 42 points (17-15-8)
South Island – 37 points (15-18-7)
Greater Vancouver – 34 points (14-20-6)
Thompson – 18 points (6-28-6)
North Island – 16 points (5-29-6)
Kootenay – 13 points (5-32-3)

LEADING SCORERS

Ben Evanish (Valley West) – 41G 29A 70P
Josh Latta (Vancouver NW) – 19G 46A 65P
Justin Wilson (Vancouver NW) – 28G 36A 64P
Christian Bosa (Valley West) – 30G 26A 56P
Eli Zummack (Okanagan) – 14G 38A 52P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE

2014 (Okanagan Rockets – bronze medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)

7 (1986, 1992, 1996 (host), 2001 (host), 2007, 2011, 2014)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

1982 (Burnaby Winter Club Travellers)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

1 (1982, Burnaby Winter Club Travellers)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – VALLEY WEST HAWKS

The Valley West Hawks picked up points in 34 of 40 games to comfortably sit atop the B.C. Major Midget League standings, six points up on the Cariboo Cougars. Valley West opened its season by going unbeaten in its first eight games, and ended it with a 13-game winning streak, taking momentum into the postseason. The Hawks defence allowed 95 goals - the third fewest in the league - but they were even more impressive on offence, scoring 210 goals, 17 more than their nearest rivals. A quick glance at the league’s top scorers explains Valley West’s high-scoring exploits; Ben Evanish recorded a league-best 41 goals and 70 points and was joined by seven other Hawks among the BCMML’s top-20 point getters, including four in the top 10.

For more information:

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Hockey Canada
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Francis Dupont
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Hockey Canada
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Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
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Hockey Canada
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