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Road to the RBC Cup: Alberta Junior Hockey League
March 5, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
North Division
2) Grande Prairie Storm vs. 7) Sherwood Park Crusaders
3) Bonnyville Pontiacs vs. 6) Drayton Valley Thunder
4) Whitecourt Wolverines vs. 5) Fort McMurray Oil Barons

BYE:
1) Spruce Grove Saints

South Division
2) Okotoks Oilers vs. 7) Olds Grizzlys
3) Camrose Kodiaks vs. 6) Calgary Mustangs
4) Drumheller Dragons vs. 5) Canmore Eagles

BYE:
1) Brooks Bandits

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
North Division
Spruce Grove – 79 points (35-16-9)
Grande Prairie – 74 (35-21-4)
Bonnyville – 73 points (32-19-9)
Whitecourt – 70 points (31-21-8)
Fort McMurray – 69 points (31-22-7)
Drayton Valley – 67 points (30-23-7)
Sherwood Park – 63 points (28-25-7)
Lloydminster – 47 points (20-33-7)

South Division
Brooks – 109 points (53-4-3)
Okotoks – 80 points (38-18-4)
Camrose – 76 points (35-19-6)
Drumheller – 63 points (29-26-5)
Canmore – 54 points (24-30-6)
Calgary Mustangs – 50 points (21-31-8)
Olds – 50 points (22-32-6)
Calgary Canucks – 37 points (16-39-5)

LEADING SCORERS
Mathieu Guertin (Whitecourt) – 42G 53A 95P
Jerome Raymond (Whitecourt) – 44G 46A 90P
Cam Maclise (Brooks) – 27G 56A 83P
Mark Reners (Brooks) – 34G 39A 73P
Chris Collins (Okotoks) – 32G 40A 72P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Devon Fordyce (Brooks) – 10-2-1 1SO 1.61GAA .933SV%
Michael Frederick (Brooks) – 42-2-2 7SO 1.90GAA .919SV%
Kenny Cameron (Spruce Grove) – 26-10-5 4SO 2.18GAA .921SV%
Jared D’Amico (Okotoks) – 23-9-2 3SO 2.23GAA .926SV%
Devin McDonald (Camrose) – 16-10-2 2SO 2.24GAA .931SV%

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2011 (Camrose Kodiaks – 3rd place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
15 (2011 (host), 2008, 2007, 2005, 2004 (host), 2003, 2001, 2000 (host), 1995, 1994 (host), 1980, 1976, 1975, 1972, 1971)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2001 (Camrose Kodiaks)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
7 (2001, Camrose Kodiaks; 2000, Fort McMurray Oil Barons; 1995, Calgary Canucks; 1994, Olds Grizzlys; 1980, Red Deer Rustlers; 1975, Spruce Grove Mets; 1971, Red Deer Rustlers)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – BROOKS BANDITS
In the AJHL this season there were the Brooks Bandits, and then there was everyone else. The Bandits absolutely dominated Alberta, setting league records for wins and points in a season, posting a 53-4-3 record for 109 points, 29 ahead of second-place Okotoks, and holding onto the No. 1 spot in the CJHL national rankings for the final 22 weeks of the season. Brooks finished with a remarkable +176 goal differential (Okotoks had the next best mark at +41), scoring 289 goals while allowing only 113, both far and away the best in the AJHL. Led by Cam Maclise’s 83 points, the Bandits had four players break the 60-point barrier, all of whom finished in the top seven of league scoring. In goal, Michael Frederick carried the load for Brooks, finishing with a 42-2-2 record and a 1.90 goals-against average, good for second in the league behind only back-up Devon Fordyce, who had a 1.61 mark in 13 games.


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