It took 62 days and 179 games from Shawnigan Lake to Mount Pearl, but six teams have survived the Road to the Esso Cup and will compete for gold in Bridgewater, N.S.
Let the games begin on the Road to the Esso Cup. The 68-day journey to Bridgewater, N.S., will whittle 100 teams to six.
When the 2017-18 season opened, 100 Midget teams had the opportunity to become national champions. Now, who remains?
A rematch from 2017, Greater Vancouver and St. Albert are set to renew acquaintances. Who wins their way to Bridgewater?
Will Saskatoon make it three Esso Cup appearances in four years, or can Eastman extend its Cinderella run to Bridgewater?
The Stoney Creek Sabres lost just once in 22 games, edging out three teams by a single point to be the best in Ontario.
Five teams – the Ice Breakers, Wildcats, Lightning, Selects and Warriors – are left. Who earns the trip to Bridgewater?
Host Metro Boston Pizza takes on the Atlantic champs to open Canada’s National Female Midget Championship.
Metro Boston Pizza will make a fourth Esso Cup appearance when it serves as host team for the 2018 national championship.