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Road to the Esso Cup: Manitoba Female Midget AAA Hockey League
February 19, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS

1) Pembina Valley Hawks vs. 8) Eastman Selects
2) Winnipeg Avros vs. 7) Winnipeg Ice
3) Westman Wildcats vs. 6) Norman Wild
4) Central Plains Capitals vs. 5) Yellowhead Chiefs

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
Pembina Valley – 40 points (17-5-6)
Winnipeg Avros – 37 points (17-8-3)
Westman – 37 points (16-7-5)
Central Plains – 35 points (15-8-5)
Yellowhead – 30 points (14-12-2)
Norman – 25 points (11-14-3)
Winnipeg Ice – 15 points (5-18-5)
Eastman – 5 points (0-23-5)

LEADING SCORERS
Christine Sheppard (Norman) – 32G 19A 51P
Kendra Hanson (Norman) – 19G 26A 45P
Alanna Sharman (Winnipeg Avros) – 27G 17A 44P
Jaycee Magwood (Westman) – 23G 20A 43P
Alyssa Bertholet (Norman) – 18G 17A 35P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2012 (Pembina Valley Hawks – gold medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
2 (2009, 2012)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2012 (Pembina Valley Hawks)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 (2009, Westman Wildcats; 2012, Pembina Valley Hawks)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – PEMBINA VALLEY HAWKS
Thanks to an undefeated first three months of the season, the Pembina Valley Hawks were able to overcome a 4-5-1 finish – and strong closes from the Winnipeg Avros and Westman Wildcats – to claim the MFMHL regular season title in a tight three-team race. The Hawks finished fourth in team scoring and had only one player finish among the top 15 point-getters (forward Lauryn Keen, with 34 points). Instead, the team relied on a balanced offensive attack that saw defenceman Kate Friesen and forward Ginny Grenier also produce at a point per game pace. Defensively, the team also finished middle of the pack, but the solid goaltending trio of Taylor Reimer, Emma Greenwood and Corinne Schroeder did surrender fewer than two goals a game; Reimer led the way with a 8-4-2 record a goals-against average of 1.56.


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