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Road to the TELUS Cup: Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League
February 13, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
East Division
3) Kenora Thistles vs. 6) Eastman Selects
4) Norman Northstars vs. 5) Interlake Lightning

BYES:
1) Winnipeg Wild
2) Winnipeg Thrashers

West Division
3) Pembina Valley Hawks vs. 6) Parkland Rangers
4) Southwest Cougars vs. 5) Central Plains Capitals

BYES:
1) Brandon Wheat Kings
2) Yellowhead Chiefs

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-OTL)
East Division
Winnipeg Wild – 76 points (37-5-2)
Winnipeg Thrashers – 75 points (36-5-3)
Kenora – 56 points (25-12-6)
Norman – 34 points (15-25-4)
Interlake – 21 points (9-32-3)
Eastman – 16 points (7-35-2)

West Division
Brandon – 64 points (31-10-2)
Yellowhead – 61 points (29-12-3)
Pembina Valley – 61 points (28-11-5)
Southwest – 48 points (23-19-2)
Central Plains – 36 points (16-24-4)
Parkland – 16 points (7-35-2)

LEADING SCORERS
Colin Grenier (Pembina Valley) – 38G 29A 67P
Colt Conrad (Pembina Valley) – 25G 42A 67P
Shawn Bowles (Yellowhead) – 29G 35A 64P
Brendan Barron (Norman) – 23G 39A 62P
Tyler Coulter (Brandon) – 33G 28A 61P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE 
2011 (Winnipeg Thrashers – gold medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984) 
6 (1991, 1994 (host), 2004, 2008, 2009 (host), 2011)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
2011 (Winnipeg Thrashers)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 
2 (2004, Brandon Wheat Kings; 2011, Winnipeg Thrashers)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – WINNIPEG WILD
The MMAAAHL regular season was once again a battle of the big-city teams, with the Wild finishing just a single point ahead of their cross-own rivals, the Winnipeg Thrashers, for top spot. For the second year in a row the Wild won 14 of 15 games after New Year’s Day, and a 3-1 record against the Thrashers was enough to help secure a second consecutive regular season title. Although Winnipeg wasn’t as prolific offensively as it was one year ago, it still scored 203 times, tying the Thrashers for the league’s best mark. The Wild spread around the offence, with its top six scorers separated by just seven points, led by Mack Hardy’s 16 goals and 30 assists. The defence was No. 2 in the MMAAAHL, allowing just 93 goals; goaltender Evan Johnson finished second in goals-against average (1.69) and save percentage (.937), and his 18 wins were just one off the league lead.


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