At the midway point of the week, two teams remain undefeated while another two are still hunting for their first win. Which teams will pick up three big points on Tuesday?
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A battle of unbeatens between Leduc and Cape Breton West highlights the three-game schedule Tuesday in northern B.C..
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A new policy puts the focus on cross-ice and half-ice programming.
Eight months before the puck drops in Nova Scotia, ticket packages for the 2017 World Junior Challenge go on sale April 13; catch all 13 games at the RECC for just $175.
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2017 Esso Cup: TRI 4 - MID 1 (Preliminary)
Chloé Gendreau had a hat trick, as the Harfangs pick up another win.
2017 Esso Cup: DUR 5 – PAB 1 (Preliminary)
Chavonne Truter scored twice and her linemates added another four points, in Durham’s 5-1 win.
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