2013 Esso Cup

2013 Esso Cup
Check out the media three stars of the day straight from the 2013 Esso Cup, presented to you by local sponsors in Burnaby that are proudly s...
Two-time Olympic gold medallist and six-time world champion Cheryl Pounder will be the guest speaker at the 2013 Esso Cup awards banquet Apr...
From playing at the 2011 Esso Cup with hosts the St. Albert Slash, to winning a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2013 IIHF U18 Women’s Wor...
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It was all about team effort in the third period for LHFDQ Nord, with five different players scoring Saturday en route to a 5-2 comeback win...
From underdogs to female hockey with bite: British Columbia quickly becoming force to be reckoned with in Canadian women’s hockey.
Who has recorded the most points in an Esso Cup game? Who scored the fastest goal to start a game? Which team had the most shots in a single...
Five different players scored, with Katia Boulianne scoring the third goal and ultimately the game-winner, Saturday evening in a truly thrilling 5-2 third period comeback to beat the North Bay Ice Boltz in the gold medal game, and win the first-ever Esso Cup title for a team representing Québec.
Elizabeth Sayln scored the game-winning goal, and what stood up as the only goal of the game, midway through the third period to help the Edmonton Thunder to a 1-0 win over western Canadian rivals the Regina Rebels, and the Edmonton Thunder’s fourth medal in their five years straight at the Esso Cup.
Five different players scored, including one power play goal, for a true team effort in the North Bay Ice Boltz’s 5-1 win over the Edmonton Thunder in Friday’s second semifinal, securing the Ontario squad a berth in the 2013 Esso Cup gold medal game, airing live Saturday at 6 p.m. PT on TSN.
Six different players scored, including one goal in the first, three in the second and two in the third, en route to the LHFDQ Nord’s 6-3 win over the Regina Rebels in semifinals Friday, earning a Québec team its first-ever spot in an Esso Cup gold medal game, set for 6 p.m. PT on Saturday.
Taylor Murphy scored the lone goal of the game for North Bay, while host team Fraser Valley made a valiant effort, in Thursday evening’s game at the Bill Copeland Sports Centre.
All the action on the net was in the second period during Thursday’s second game, with Kelsey Bohay scoring two in a row to boost the Regina Rebels to a 2-1 win over Halifax Metro Boston Pizza – and keep the Western reps at second place in 2013 Esso Cup standings.
Amy Boucher put two assists on the score sheet, while Elizabeth Salyn, Mikaeli Cavell and Taylor Hughson put goals on the board, to boost the Edmonton Thunder to a 3-2 victory over LHFDQ Nord, and five straight preliminary wins in five days at the Esso Cup.
Host team the Fraser Valley Phantom snagged a morale-boosting 3-1 win over Halifax Metro Boston Pizza, with Brianna Keats opening the scoring in the second and Delaney Duchek notching two in the third, including an empty-netter, Wednesday night in Burnaby.
Amy Boucher scored a beautiful game-winning overtime goal, and also notched one late in the first period, to lead the Edmonton Thunder to a thrilling win over the Regina Rebels, and her team’s fourth straight win in preliminary action at the 2013 Esso Cup.
Quebec captain Jade Downie-Landry was named player of the game in LHFDQ Nord’s exciting 3-1 win over the North Bay Ice Boltz on Wednesday, and rightfully so, as she notched a hat trick to put all three goals on the scoreboard, including two on power plays.
Five different players found the back of the net, while both Teah Anderson and Emma Waldenberger put two points apiece on the score sheet, to boost the Regina Rebels to a 5-1 win over hosts the Fraser Valley Phantom in Tuesday’s Esso Cup evening game.
In arguably the most exciting game thus far, Jessica Healey notched the sole shootout goal, while four different players scored in regulation Tuesday to stage a comeback, and give Edmonton its third straight win, this time over North Bay.
Audrey Belzile contributed four points to the score sheet, including a hat trick, while Eve-Audrey Picard had a goal and two assists, en route to the LHFDQ Nord’s impressive 8-1 win over Halifax Metro Boston Pizza during Tuesday’s Esso Cup action.
The LHFDQ Nord earned their first win of the 2013 Esso Cup on Monday night, with Eve-Audrey scoring twice and Valerie Audet adding a couple of assists to help the Quebec team top host team Fraser Valley Phantom at Bill Copeland Sports Centre.
Amy Boucher made her way into the Esso Cup record book Monday, scoring the third fastest goal in history, at 13 seconds into the game, and added another in the third, to help the Edmonton Thunder to a win over Metro Halifax on Monday.
Chloe Dion showed off some nice stick work to score the game-winner, while Corie Jacobson also notched one in the shootout and Kaitlyn McManus had the regulation goal Monday, to give North Bay a thrilling win over Regina at the 2013 Esso Cup.
Sunday night’s game at Bill Copeland Sports Centre wasn’t just the event opener for hosts Fraser Valley Phantom and four-time Esso Cup returnees the Edmonton Thunder – it was also a battle for the Pacific region title, with Edmonton claiming bragging rights.
Chelsea Perepeluk cracked the scoreboard early in the first to kick it off for Regina, while Teah Anderson and Emma Waldenberger both had a goal and an assist, en route to a 5-2 victory over LHFDQ Nord on the opening day of the 2013 Esso Cup in Burnaby.
Courtney Geisler cracked the scoreboard in the second, while Corie Jacobson notched a couple in the third and Sabrina Picard stopped 26 shots to earn the shutout, en route to North Bay’s 3-0 win over Metro Halifax in the 2013 Esso Cup opener Sunday.
2013 WJAC: CZE 1 - RUS 3
Andrei Kuzmenko scored the game-winner midway through the third period.
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2013 Esso Cup: PAC 5 - WST 4
Pacific vs. West at the 2013 Esso Cup in Burnaby, B.C.
2013 Esso Cup: QUE 3 - ONT 1
Ontario vs. Quebec at the 2013 Esso Cup in Burnaby, B.C.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
12:00 p.m. PT
PAC 3 - QUE 2
4:00 p.m. PT
ATL 1 - WST 2
7:30 p.m. PT ONT 1 - HST 0
Friday, April 26, 2013
2:00 p.m. PT
QUE 6 - WST 3 Semifinal
8:00 p.m. PT
ONT 5 - PAC 1 Semifinal
Saturday, April 27, 2013
2:00 p.m. PT
WST  0 - PAC 1
Bronze Medal
6:00 p.m. PT
ONT 2 - QUE 5
Gold Medal

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