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RECENT CHAMPIONS (RBC CUP FINISH)

2010 – Vernon Vipers (national champions)

2009 – Vernon Vipers (national champions)

2008 – Camrose Kodiaks (runners-up)

2007 – Camrose Kodiaks (3rd place)

2006 – Burnaby Express (national champions)

SPRUCE GROVE SAINTS

AJHL CHAMPIONS

Final CJHL Ranking: 1st

Regular Season Record: 50-6-4 (1st in AJHL)

Goals For: 233 (2nd in AJHL)

Goals Against: 106 (1st in AJHL)

Power Play: 55 for 266 – 20.7% (6th in AJHL)

Penalty Killing: 248 of 276 – 89.9% (1st in AJHL)

Longest Winning Streak: 12 (Nov. 3-Dec. 3; Jan. 5-30)

Leading Scorer: Felix-Antoine Poulin (27G 34A 61P)

Playoff Record: 12-1

Goals For: 46

Goals Against: 21

Power Play: 14 for 75 – 18.7%

Penalty Killing: 59 of 69 – 85.5%

Leading Scorer: Scott Allen (7G 3A 10P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 1976 – runners-up

Total National Championship Appearances: 2 (1975, 1976)

Total National Championships: 1 (1975)

VERNON VIPERS

BCHL CHAMPIONS

Final CJHL Ranking: 9th

Regular Season Record: 36-11-4-9 (2nd in BCHL)

Goals For: 197 (11th in BCHL)

Goals Against: 141 (2nd in BCHL)

Power Play: 51 of 277 – 18.4% (12th in BCHL)

Penalty Killing: 193 for 238 – 81.1% (5th in BCHL)

Longest Winning Streak: 6 (Jan. 8-22; Jan. 28-Feb. 9)

Leading Scorer: Dylan Walchuk (24G 32A 56P)

Playoff Record: 12-4

Goals For: 53

Goals Against: 43

Power Play: 14 for 71 – 19.7%

Penalty Killing: 45 for 58 – 77.6%

Leading Scorer: Dylan Walchuk (10G 5A 15P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2010 – national champions

Total National Championship Appearances: 8 (1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1999, 2009, 2010)

Total National Championships: 6 (1990, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2009, 2010)


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