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Road to the RBC Cup: Maritime Hockey League
March 12, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
Eastlink Division
4) Pictou County Crushers vs. 5) Bridgewater Lumberjacks

1) Truro Bearcats vs. winner of Pictou County-Bridgewater
2) Yarmouth Mariners vs. 3) Amherst Ramblers

Meek Division
1) Summerside Western Capitals vs. 4) Miramichi Timberwolves
2) Woodstock Slammers vs. 3) Dieppe Commandos

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
Eastlink Division
Truro – 81 points (38-9-5)
Yarmouth – 79 points (37-10-5)
Amherst – 70 points (32-14-6)
Pictou County – 61 points (28-19-5)
Bridgewater – 23 points (10-39-3)
Metro – 10 points (4-46-2)

Meek Division
Summerside – 88 points (43-7-2)
Woodstock – 64 points (29-17-6)
Dieppe – 59 points (27-20-5)
Miramichi – 54 points (26-24-2)
Campbellton – 28 points (12-36-4)

LEADING SCORERS
Kyle Morrison (Truro) – 35G 53A 88P
Danny Chiasson (Summerside) – 34G 54A 88P
Zack Cahill (Dieppe) – 37G 36A 73P
Robbie DeFulvils (Woodstock) – 32G 38A 70P
Mitchell Maynard (Summerside) – 21G 49A 70P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Kevin Bailie (Summerside) – 9-1-0 2SO 1.90GAA .929SV%
Chase Gaudet (Yarmouth) – 8-0-0 2SO 2.13GAA .917SV%
Jacob Fancy (Truro) – 12-2-2 0SO 2.20GAA .915SV%
Jacob Riley (Summerside) – 23-7-4 2SO 2.37GAA .915SV%
Shayne Campbell (Truro) – 22-7-7 2SO 2.39GAA .915SV%

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2012 (Woodstock Slammers – runners-up)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
24 (2012, 2009, 2008, 2003 (host), 2002 (host), 1999, 1997 (host), 1996, 1994, 1993, 1993 (host), 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1989 (host), 1988, 1987, 1986, 1986 (host), 1985, 1980, 1979, 1971)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2002 (Halifax Oland Exports)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
2 (2002, Halifax Oland Exports; 1997, Summerside Western Capitals)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – SUMMERSIDE WESTERN CAPITALS
The RBC Cup hosts were the class of the MHL during the regular season; the Capitals finished with a massive 22-point lead over Woodstock for the Meek Division lead, and were seven points up on Truro for first in the league. Summerside finished the season on a remarkable run, winning 24 of its final 25 games from Dec. 9 on, the lone loss coming to Woodstock on Feb. 1. Midseason acquisition Danny Chiasson was an offensive juggernaut for the Western Capitals, recording at least a point in 19 of 21 games after the Dec. 21 trade with Dieppe and finishing the year with points in 12 straight. His 35 points with Summerside, and 88 overall, left him tied for the league scoring lead, while Mitchell Maynard made it two Caps in the top five with 70 points. Goaltender Kevin Bailie, a trade deadline pick-up from the OHL, posted a 1.90 goals-against average in 11 games with Summerside, while Jacob Riley finished second in the league with 23 wins and was top five in both GAA (2.37) and save percentage (.915).


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