2017 Esso Cup

2017 Esso Cup
The Lightning and Hawks have had mixed results in the first two days, and need to build a little momentum for the home stretch. Who gets an important Tuesday triumph?
The Bears and Wildcats are both still hunting for a win. Who will be the first to find victory and a big three points?
The Harfangs and Slash go into Day 3 still undefeated, but only one can remain perfect. Who will sit alone in top spot?
Goaltenders claimed two of three stars on Monday, but the top spot was reserved for an outstanding offensive performance.
Eight years after playing in the first Esso Cup, Ferran Brown has returned to the tournament, this time behind the bench.
They’re host this week, but in 2012 a run of 26 consecutive wins pushed the Pembina Valley Hawks to a national title.
Road to the Esso Cup: Pembina Valley Hawks
The hosts enter the Esso Cup coming off a perfect playoff run, and want to be the first to win a home-ice national title.
Road to the Esso Cup: Mid-Isle Wildcats
Just the second P.E.I. team to win their way to the Esso Cup, the Wildcats want to be the first Atlantic team to win it all.
Road to the Esso Cup: Harfangs du Triolet
The Harfangs followed up their LHFDQ title with a provincial crown, and want to add a third trophy to their collection.
Road to the Esso Cup: Durham West Lightnin...
Sudbury won the Esso Cup in 2015, and Brantford followed last year. Now the Lightning want a third-straight Ontario title.
Road to the Esso Cup: Prince Albert Bears
The West Region champions are as hot as any team in the country, carrying a 14-game winning streak into the Esso Cup.
Road to the Esso Cup: St. Albert Slash
The AFHL and Pacific Region champions have been hard to beat all season, losing in regulation just three times in 35 games.
With the MFMHL regular season in the rearview mirror, the host Pembina Valley Hawks have their sights set on the Esso Cup.
Jennifer Botterill and Sami Jo Small, Manitobans and Olympic gold medallists, will speak at the Esso Cup awards banquet.
The puck drops April 23 in Morden, with the host Pembina Valley Hawks meeting the West Region champions in their opener.
The host Pembina Valley Hawks opened the season with a pair of wins, kicking off the 204-day road to the 2017 Esso Cup.
The Pembina Valley Hawks will be host team when Morden welcomes Canada’s National Female Midget Championship in April 2017.
Makenna Schuttler scored the game-winner, leading another Slash win.
MacDonald, Truter and Gallant combined for six points in the win.
Chloé Gendreau had a hat trick, helping the Harfangs to another win.
Conrad got the winner early in the second period to help the hosts.
Six different players scored to help the Slash to an opening win.
Gagné had a goal and an assist to help the Harfangs to the 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.
2017 Esso Cup: TRI 4 - MID 1 (Preliminary)
Chloé Gendreau had a hat trick, as the Harfangs pick up another win.
2017 Esso Cup: STA 2 – PVH 1 (Preliminary)
Makenna Schuttler scored the game winner in the second and Camryn Drever made 27 saves for the win.
2017 Esso Cup: TRI 4 – DUR 1 (Preliminary)
Arielle Gagné had two points, Mélyann Daigneault made 42 saves and the Harfangs opened with a win.
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