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Road to the TELUS Cup: Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario
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February 3, 2011
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PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
1) London Jr. Knights vs. 8) Hamilton Reps
2) Waterloo Wolves vs. 7) Chatham-Kent Cyclones
3) Huron Perth Lakers vs. 6) Kitchener Jr. Rangers
4) Windsor Jr. Spitfires vs. 5) Cambridge Hawks

FINAL STANDINGS
London – 57 points
Waterloo – 45 points
Huron Perth – 43 points
Windsor – 43 points
Cambridge – 40 points
Kitchener – 33 points
Chatham-Kent – 26 points
Hamilton – 11 points

LEADING SCORERS
Michael Verboom (Chatham-Kent) – 21G 37A 58P
Evan Canzi (Waterloo) – 14G 41A 55P
Christian Mroczkowski – 28G 24A 52P
Brodie Smith (Cambridge) – 22G 20A 42P
Eric Palazzolo (Windsor) – 16G 26A 42P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
Hamilton Reps (2009 – 6th place)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES (since 1984)
3 (1991, 1993 (host), 2009)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none (best finish: 6th place – Hamilton Huskies, 1991; Kitchener Greenshirts, 1993; Hamilton Reps, 2009)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – LONDON JR. KNIGHTS
On top of the Alliance is a familiar position for the London Jr. Knights; they enter this year’s playoffs looking for their fifth league championship in seven years, and they already know they’ll appear in the TELUS Cup regionals for the sixth time in that span – they host the regional tournament from March 28-April 3. While the offence was impressive - the Knights scored 154 goals in 35 games, good for second in the league – it was the defence that stole the show, allowing just 77 goals, 17 less than any other team. Stuart King was London’s offensive star, racking up 40 points in 32 games, good for sixth in the Alliance, while netminders Justin Tugwell and Craig Wood were second and third, respectively, in goals against average at 2.08 and 2.12.


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