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Road to the TELUS Cup: OMHA – Eastern Triple A
February 19, 2014
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
East Division
1) Whitby Wildcats vs. 4) Clarington Toros
2) Kingston Jr. Frontenacs vs. 3) Peterborough Jr. Petes

West Division
1) Ajax/Pickering Raiders vs. 4) York Simcoe Express
2) South Central Coyotes vs. 3) Markham Waxers

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
East Division
Whitby – 45 points (20-7-5)
Kingston – 39 points (17-9-5)
Peterborough – 33 points (14-13-5)
Clarington – 19 points (7-20-5)
Oshawa – 17 points (6-21-5)

West Division
Ajax/Pickering – 52 points (24-3-4)
South Central – 49 points (24-7-1)
Markham – 49 points (23-6-3)
York Simcoe – 25 points (10-17-5)
Barrie – 18 points (7-21-4)
North Central – 4 points (1-29-2)

LEADING SCORERS
Liam Folkes (South Central) – 25G 36A 61P
Chris Defazio (South Central) – 21G 24A 45P
Matthew Carroll (Whitby) – 23G 21A 44P
Andrew Hughes (Ajax/Pickering) – 22G 20A 42P
Jimmy Allen (Oshawa) – 21G 20A 41P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
1988 (Oshawa Kiwanis – 4th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
1 (1988)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none (best finish: 4th place – Oshawa Kiwanis, 1988)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – AJAX/PICKERING RAIDERS
Ajax/Pickering was the class of the ETA this season, finishing three points up on South Central and Markham despite playing one game less than its competition. They key for the Raiders? That’s simple – they haven’t lost a game in three months. Unbelievably, all three of their losses came in the first seven games of the season, during a four-game winless streak from Oct. 19-24. Since a 2-0 loss to Markham on Oct. 24, Ajax/Pickering has reeled off 21 wins and three ties, and won each and every one of its last 14 games. The Raiders outscored teams by a whopping 107 goals, leading the ETA in goals scored (162) and fewest goals allowed (55) – both marks were double digits ahead of the next best team. Andrew Hughes paced the offence with 44 points, good for fourth in the league, while Paul Giusti and Conor McCallum split the goaltending duties, posting 12 wins apiece. 

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