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Road to the RBC Cup: Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League
March 1, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
North Division
4) Battlefords North Stars vs. 5) Melfort Mustangs

1) Humboldt Broncos vs. winner of Battlefords-Melfort
2) Nipawin Hawks vs. 3) Flin Flon Bombers

South Division
4) Kindersley Klippers vs. 5) Estevan Bruins

1) Yorkton Terriers vs. winner of Kindersley-Estevan
2) Melville Millionaires vs. 3) Notre Dame Hound

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
North Division
Humboldt – 76 points (36-14-4)
Nipawin – 72 points (32-14-8)
Flin Flon – 69 points (34-19-1)
Battlefords – 59 points (26-21-7)
Melfort – 44 points (19-29-6)
La Ronge – 43 points (20-31-3)

South Division
Yorkton – 76 points (36-14-4)
Melville – 75 points (35-14-5)
Notre Dame – 60 points (27-21-6)
Kindersley – 49 points (22-27-5)
Estevan – 46 points (21-29-4)
Weyburn – 35 points (16-35-3)

LEADING SCORERS
Ian McNulty (Melville) – 27G 42A 69P
Russell Trudeau (Melville) – 31G 37A 68P
Brandon Millin (Notre Dame) – 29G 28A 57P
Riley Storzuk (Flin Flon) – 18G 39A 57P
Joey Davies (Humboldt) – 27G 29A 56P

LEADING GOALTENDERS
Matt Hrynkiw (Humboldt) – 27-11-2 6SO 1.83GAA .939SV%
Dawson MacAuley (Yorkton) – 16-6-1 4SO 2.14GAA .921SV%
Alex Wakaluk (Melville) – 28-15-3 5SO 2.32GAA .930SV%
Davis Jones (Nipawin) – 22-11-6 4SO 2.39GAA .926SV%
Devin Buffalo (Flin Flon) – 23-14-0 3SO 2.42GAA .927SV%

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2012 (Humboldt Broncos – 3rd 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 – HUMBOLDT BRONCOS
Despite losing its top seven scorers from last year’s RBC Cup host team that reached the semifinals of the national championship, the Broncos won the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League regular season championship for the fourth time in six years, and sixth time since the 2002-03 season. Humboldt finished tied with the Yorkton Terriers at 36-14-4, but won the tiebreaker over the Terriers thanks to three wins in four games in the head-to-head series. While the Broncos’ offence was good, not great – finishing fourth in the league with 185 goals – the defence was the SJHL’s best, conceding only 120 goals. Matt Hrynkiw was named Goaltender of the Year, finishing with league-leading marks in goals-against average (1.83), save percentage (.939) and shutouts (six), while Joey Davies led the offensive charge with 56 points (27 goals, 29 assists), good for fifth in the SJHL scoring race.


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