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Road to the TELUS Cup: Ontario (Alliance)
February 9, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) Cambridge Hawks vs. 8) Huron-Perth Lakers
2) Windsor Jr. Spitfires vs. 7) Hamilton Huskies
3) London Jr. Knights vs. 6) Lambton Jr. Sting
4) Waterloo Wolves vs. 5) Kitchener Jr. Rangers

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Cambridge – 49 points (23-6-3)
Windsor – 49 points (23-6-3)
London – 48 points (24-8-0)
Waterloo – 47 points (21-6-5)
Kitchener – 33 points (15-14-3)
Lambton – 32 points (15-15-2)
Hamilton – 22 points (10-20-2)
Huron-Perth – 18 points (9-23-0)
Brantford – 10 points (4-26-2)

LEADING SCORERS
Brett Primeau (Windsor) – 18G 42A 60P
Cameron Stokes (Hamilton) – 29G 23A 52P
Brett Markham (Windsor) – 26G 21A 47P
Manny Silverio (Windsor) – 19G 28A 47P
Matt Caruso (Waterloo) – 18G 28A 46P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2011 (London Jr. Knights – silver medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
4 (1991, 1993 (host), 2009, 2011)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none (best finish: silver medal – London Jr. Knights, 2011)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – CAMBRIDGE HAWKS
The Cambridge Hawks were the last team standing in a down-to-the-wire four-team race for top spot in the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario; only two points separated first from fourth, with Cambridge finishing with an identical record as Windsor, but earning first place in a tiebreaker. The Hawks put together a pair of a six-game winning streaks and a seven-game run, and had a remarkable 13-2-1 road record. Alex Ritchie paced the Alliance’s second-highest scoring offence (143 goals in 32 games) with 44 points, good for seventh in the league; overall, eight players recorded at least 20 points, and seven hit double digits in goals. In goal, Alex Rawski posted a 14-3 record and 2.48 goals-against average to anchor the defence, which was one of four Alliance teams to allow less than 100 goals.

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