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Road to the TELUS Cup: Ontario Minor Hockey Association (Eastern Triple A)
February 19, 2013
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
East Division
1) Whitby Wildcats vs. 4) Kingston Frontenacs
2) Oshawa Generals vs. 3) Central Ontario Wolves

West Division
1) Markham Waxers vs. 4) Ajax/Pickering Raiders
2) York Simcoe Express vs. 3) South Central Coyotes

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
East Division
Whitby – 63 points (31-4-1)
Oshawa – 40 points (19-14-2)
Central Ontario – 31 points (12-17-7)
Kingston – 30 points (13-19-4)
Clarington – 27 points (11-20-5)
Peterborough – 15 points (6-26-3)
Quinte – 9 points (3-29-3)

West Division
Markham – 54 points (26-5-2)
York Simcoe – 47 points (21-8-5)
South Central – 46 points (21-9-4)
Ajax/Pickering – 36 points (14-12-8)
Barrie – 30 points (12-15-6)
North Central – 22 points (8-19-6)

LEADING SCORERS
Liam Grande (Whitby) – 30G 25A 55P
Spencer Holt (Whitby) – 24G 30A 54P
Riley O’Connell (Whitby) – 20G 24A 44P
Scott Terry (Whitby) – 18G 26A 44P
Jeffrey St. Pierre (Central Ontario) – 15G 27A 42P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE 
1988 (Oshawa Kiwanis – 4th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984) 
1 (1988)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 
none (best finish: 4th place – Oshawa Kiwanis, 1988)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 
none

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – WHITBY WILDCATS
It was all Whitby in the ETA this season, as the Wildcats cruised to top spot in the East Division with a 23-point cushion over Oshawa and finished nine points up on Markham for first overall. The key stretch for the defending OMHA champions came from Oct. 28 to Jan. 5, when they rattled off 17 wins in a row to distance themselves from their competition. Overall, the Wildcats had 24 wins and a tie in its last 26 games, and lost just once against East Division competition all season. Whitby was far and away the highest scoring team in the ETA, turning on the red light 197 times, 74 more than Oshawa. The Wildcats had six players finish in the top nine of ETA scoring, led by Liam Grande’s 55 points. The defence also did its part, allowing just 51 goals in 36 games, good for No. 2 in the league, led by the one-two goaltending punch of Mitchell Ewing and Matthieu Ouellet. 


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