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Road to the RBC Cup: Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
March 7, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
6) Estevan Bruins vs. 10) Flin Flon Bombers
8) Nipawin Hawks vs. 9) Notre Dame Hounds

1) Yorkton Terriers vs. lowest seeded team from preliminary round
2) Battlefords North Stars vs. second-lowest seeded team from preliminary round
3) Kindersley Klippers vs. 4) Melville Millionaires
5) Humboldt Broncos vs. 7) Melfort Mustangs

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Viterra Division
Yorkton – 81 points (37-12-7)
Melville – 74 points (34-16-6)
Estevan – 63 points (27-20-9)
Weyburn – 49 points (21-28-7)

Kramer Division
Battlefords – 75 points (36-17-3)
Kindersley – 74 points (34-16-6)
Humboldt – 67 points (31-20-5)
Notre Dame – 51 points (22-27-7)

Sherwood Division
Melfort – 59 points (26-23-7)
Nipawin – 54 points (25-27-4)
Flin Flon – 49 points (23-30-3)
La Ronge – 43 points (20-33-3)

LEADING SCORERS
Austin Daae (Estevan) – 30G 41A 71P
Brett Boehm (Yorkton) – 31G 35A 66P
Tad Kozun (Nipawin) – 38G 27A 65P
Tayler Thompson (Yorkton) – 23G 38A 61P
Sebastien Beauregard (La Ronge) – 32G 25A 57P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Ryland Pashovitz (Humboldt) – 18-8-3 1.60GAA .948SV% 5SO
Michael Gudmandson (Battlefords) – 20-3-1 1.74GAA .944SV% 4SO
Kale Thomson (Yorkton) – 31-11-3 1.89GAA .934SV% 8SO
Evan Weninger (Kindersley) – 11-6-0 2.14GAA .937SV% 2SO
Tyrell King (Kindersley) – 23-13-3 2.16GAA .930SV% 4SO

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2012 (Humboldt Broncos – third place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
28 (2012 (host), 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005 (host), 2004, 2003, 2001, 2001 (host), 2000, 1999, 1999 (host), 1998, 1997, 1996, 1996 (host), 1994, 1993, 1991, 1990, 1988, 1987 (host), 1984, 1982, 1981, 1979, 1978, 1977)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2008 (Humboldt Broncos)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
9 (2008, Humboldt Broncos; 2005, Weyburn Red Wings; 2003, Humboldt Broncos; 1988, Notre Dame Hounds; 1984, Weyburn Red Wings; 1982, Prince Albert Raiders; 1981, Prince Albert Raiders; 1979, Prince Albert Raiders; 1977, Prince Albert Raiders)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – YORKTON TERRIERS
For the first time since 1995-96, the Yorkton Terriers claimed the SJHL regular season title, riding the league’s best offence (186 goals for) and best defence (125 goals against) to a six-point cushion over the Battlefords North Stars. The defending league champions were the SJHL’s best team on home ice, posting 22 victories in 28 games at Farrell Agencies Arena, and also had the No. 1 power play, converting at a 21.9% success rate. Brett Boehm, acquired from Flin Flon on Dec. 11, paced the Terriers’ offence with 43 points in 27 games after the trade, and finished as the league’s No. 2 scorer with 66 points. Boehm, Tayler Thompson (61 points, fourth) and Chase Norrish (45 points, 11th) gave Yorkton three of the league’s top 11 scorers. In goal, Kale Thomson carried the load, posting a league-leading 31 wins and eight shutouts, and also finished in the top five in goals-against average (1.89, third) and save percentage (.934, fifth).

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