2019 Esso Cup

2019 Esso Cup | Hockey Canada

Let the games begin on the Road to the Esso Cup. The 69-day journey to Sudbury, Ont., starts with 92 Midget teams, but only six will face off for a national title.
When the 2018-19 season opened, 92 Midget teams had the opportunity to become national champions. Who remains?
The Greater Vancouver Comets dominated the BCFMAAA, going 32-0 and outscoring their opponents by 176 goals.
The Eastern Icebreakers averaged more than five goals per game and had 11 of the top 20 scorers to finish first in HNL.
Aiming for a third-straight Esso Cup, the St. Albert Slash allowed just 26 goals in 30 games to finish atop the AFHL.
The Saskatoon Stars iced a veteran-laden roster and dominated the SFMAAAHL, losing just once in 28 games.
The Northern Selects lost just once to edge Metro and make it back-to-back regular-season titles in the NSFMHL.
It was ‘steady as she goes’ for the Westman Wildcats, who put together a handful of short win streaks to top the MFMHL.
The Western Wind dominated the PEIFMAAAHL, dropping just one of 24 games thanks to the No. 1 offence and defence.
The host Lady Wolves face the Atlantic champs in their opener at Canada’s National Female Midget Championship.
The Nickel City is gearing up for two national championships – the 2018 TELUS Cup and 2019 Esso Cup.
2018 Esso Cup: LAN 2 – BRA 1 (Bronze Medal)
Quirion and Guay scored early goals, leading the Pionnières to bronze.
2018 Esso Cup: STA 2 – SAS 1 (Gold Medal)
The Slash held the Stars to 15 shots and repeated as Esso champs.
2018 Esso Cup: SAS 5 – LAN 1 (Semifinal)
The Stars used a four-goal second period to advance to the Esso final.
2018 Esso Cup: STA 2 – BRA 1 SO (Semifinal)
Meropoulis & Doyle scored SO goals to send the Slash to the final.