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Road to the TELUS Cup: Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League
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January 31, 2011
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS

1) Dartmouth Ice Dawgs vs. 8) Cape Breton West Islanders
2) Halifax Titans vs. 7) Valley Wildcats
3) Weeks Major Midgets vs. 6) South Shore Mustangs
4) Cape Breton Tradesmen vs. 5) Cole Harbour Major Midgets

FINAL STANDINGS
Dartmouth – 58 points
Halifax – 48 points
Weeks – 45 points
Cape Breton – 44 points
Cole Harbour – 40 points
South Shore – 27 points
Valley – 26 points
Cape Breton West – 11 points

LEADING SCORERS
Kyle Farrell (Cape Breton) – 25G 32A 57P
Mark Tremaine (Dartmouth) – 19G 33A 52P
Bronson Beaton (Weeks) – 17G 31A 48P
Colton Parsons (Valley) – 26G 22A 48P
Tyler Pyke (Cape Breton) – 21G 25A 46P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE 
Cole Harbour McCains (2008 – 5th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984) 
14 (1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1992 (host), 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 (host), 1999, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 
none (best finish: silver – Dartmouth Subways, 2002)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – DARTMOUTH ICE DAWGS
After four National Midget Championship appearances as the Subways, the Dartmouth Ice Dawgs continued the city’s winning Midget tradition in their first year with a new name, finishing 10 points clear of the Halifax Titans atop the NSMMHL. Led by Mark Tremaine, whose 52 points were good for second in the league, the Ice Dawgs led the league in scoring, racking up 153 goals in 35 games, and were the only team to allow less than 100 – their 85 goals against were 16 less than second-place Cole Harbour. The Ice Dawgs should be helped in the postseason by their ability to bounce back – they were 7-0 in games after a loss, outscoring the opposition 36-14 in those games.


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