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Road to the RBC Cup: Manitoba Junior Hockey League
March 11, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
Addison Division
1) Winnipeg Blues vs. 4) Winkler Flyers
2) Steinbach Pistons vs. 3) Portage Terriers

Sherwood Division
1) Dauphin Kings vs. 4) Waywayseecappo Wolverines
2) OCN Blizzard vs. 3) Swan Valley Stampeders

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Addison Division
Winnipeg – 91 points (45-14-1)
Steinbach – 66 points (31-25-4)
Portage – 65 points (32-27-1)
Winkler – 55 points (22-27-11)
Selkirk – 55 points (25-30-5)

Sherwood Division
Dauphin – 96 points (47-11-2)
OCN – 83 points (39-16-5)
Swan Valley – 68 points (32-23-4)
Waywayseecappo – 55 points (25-29-5)
Virden – 44 points (18-34-8)
Neepawa – 33 points (13-40-7)

LEADING SCORERS
Jesse Sinatynski (Dauphin) – 43G 50A 93P
Jon Gaudet (Dauphin) – 37G 53A 90P
Guillaume Naud (Dauphin) – 32G 56A 88P
Parker Thomas (Selkirk) – 29G 44A 73P
Jory Mullin (Winkler) – 27G 44A 71P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Jeremy Pominville (Dauphin) – 28-10 5SO 2.36GAA .917SV%
Brian Archibald (Dauphin) – 19-3 3SO 2.44GAA .911SV%
Isaiah Plett (Winnipeg) – 25-6 1SO 2.54GAA .913SV%
Byron Spriggs (Winnipeg) – 20-9 2SO 2.76GAA .906SV%
Justin McDonald (OCN) – 27-13 5SO 2.99GAA .912SV%

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2012 (Portage Terriers – 5th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
11 (2012, 2011, 2010 (host), 2007, 2005, 2002, 1995, 1992, 1992 (host), 1974, 1973)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
1974 (Selkirk Steelers)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 (1974, Selkirk Steelers; 1973, Portage Terriers)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – DAUPHIN KINGS
When the Kings dropped three in a row from Oct. 6-10 to drop to 3-4-0, it seemed unlikely they would end up with the second-best record in team history and enter the MJHL playoffs as one of the hottest teams in the country. Since the calendar turned to 2013 Dauphin has come out on the losing end just once in 24 games, a 4-2 setback to Portage on Jan. 13, and won its final 20 games to pass the Winnipeg Blues and win its second MJHL regular season title in four years. The Kings had the league’s No. 2 offence, scoring just one goal less than Winnipeg, led by the trio of Jesse Synatynski, Jon Gaudet and Guillaume Naud, who were one-two-three in MJHL scoring. Jeremy Pominville carried the load in goal, posting league-leading numbers for wins (28), shutouts (five, tied for lead) and goals-against average (2.36).


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