The puck has officially dropped on playoff hockey, and the Road to the TELUS Cup in Sudbury, Ont., has begun. Follow along with every game as 149 teams become six.
When the 2017-18 season opened, 149 Midget teams had the opportunity to become national champions. Now, who remains?
The Halifax McDonald’s survived a sprint to the finish line in the NSMMHL, edging Dartmouth by just one point for first.
The Western Kings dominated the NLMMHL, winning their first 18 games and posting an eye-popping +96 goal differential.
The Central Ontario Wolves opened with a 17-game point streak– including 15 consecutive Ws – to top the ETA standings.
A balanced offence and nine wins in their last 10 helped the Cantonniers de Magog win the LHMAAAQ regular-season title.
The North Bay Trappers won nine of their last 10 to hold off the TELUS Cup hosts and win the GNML regular-season crown.
The Waterloo Wolves led the way in GF and GA, and toppled 3x defending champion Windsor to claim the Alliance title.
The Toronto Young Nationals made it five GTHL regular-season titles in six years, scoring almost four goals per game.
The Nickel City is gearing up for two national Midget championships – the TELUS Cup in 2018 and Esso Cup in 2019.
The TELUS Cup hosts flexed their offensive muscle to open the GNML season, scoring 28 goals during a four-game win streak.
As part of the BDO Goals for Kids program, MHAs will benefit from goals scored at select national and international events.