Tyra Meropoulis scored the only goal 14:41 into overtime and Camryn Drever made 28 saves as the Slash edged the Harfangs to claim the Esso Cup, the first for Alberta.
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Chavonne Truter scored the winner just 48 seconds into the third period as Durham West beat the hosts for the bronze medal.
An overtime goal scorer secures a national title, a goaltender unbelievable in defeat, and a three-point night for bronze.
Friends off the ice and long-time linemates on it, Chloé Gendreau and Zoé Thibault hope their chemistry brings more gold.
A mainstay on the Prince Albert blue-line since she was 13, Brooke Hobson is wrapping up her Midget career at the Esso Cup.
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.
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.