Road to the Esso Cup: British Columbia Female Midget AAA League
March 5, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
3) Thompson-Okanagan Rockets vs. 6) Vancouver Island Hurricanes
4) West Coast Avalanche vs. 5) Kootenay Wildcats

BYES:
1) Fraser Valley Phantom
2) Northern Cougars

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
Fraser Valley – 51 points (22-1-7)
Northern – 40 points (16-6-8)
Thompson-Okanagan – 32 points (14-12-4)
West Coast – 28 points (12-14-4)
Kootenay – 17 points (6-19-5)
Vancouver Island – 12 points (6-24-0)

LEADING SCORERS
Shannon Morris-Reade (Fraser Valley) – 27G 11A 38P
Kirsten Martin (Fraser Valley) – 14G 21A 35P
Madison Fjellstrom (Northern) – 12G 13A 25P
Danielle Butler (Thompson-Okanagan) – 14G 11A 25P
Chelsea Wilson (Fraser Valley) – 14G 11A 25P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2013 (Fraser Valley Phantom – fifth place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
1 (2013 (host))

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – FRASER VALLEY PHANTOM
The Phantom went undefeated on the road on its way to capturing a third straight regular season title. In fact, the team lost only once all season – a 1-0 setback, at that – as they look to make a return trip to the Esso Cup. Paced by the league’s top two scorers – Shannon Morris-Reade (38 points) and Kirsten Martin (35 points) – the Phantom scored 41 more goals than the second-highest scoring team, the Thompson-Okanagan Rockets. Defenceman Michelle Toor led all blue-liners with 24 points and finished sixth in points among all skaters. The defence was as impermeable as the offence was potent. Goalies Morgan Symington and Valencia Yordanov stymied opposing shooters all season, yielding only 31 goals in 30 games. The tandem also combined for nine shutouts.

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