2017  r t e c  o w h a
Road to the 2017 Esso Cup
Ontario Women's Hockey Association
Jason La Rose
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April 6, 2017
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TOURNAMENT GROUPS
Group A (Record in playdowns)
Durham West Lightning (2-0-1)
Mississauga Chiefs (2-2-0)
North York Storm (2-2-0)
Waterloo Ravens (4-1-1)

Group B (Record in playdowns)
Brampton Canadettes (3-1-0)
Oakville Hornets (4-0-0)
Peterborough Ice Kats (2-0-0)
Saugeen-Maitland Lightning (0-0-0)

Group C (Record in playdowns)
Barrie Sharks (0-0-0)
Guelph Jr. Gryphons (3-1-0)
Thunder Bay Queens (0-0-0)
Whitby Wolves (2-0-1)

Group D (Record in playdowns)
Bluewater Hawks (3-2-0)
Hamilton Hawks (2-2-0)
Nepean Wildcats Black (2-1-2)
Toronto Aeros (4-0-0)

Group E (Record in playdowns)
Kingston Ice Wolves (2-0-2)
Kitchener Lady Rangers (4-1-1)
North Bay Ice Boltz (2-0-0)
Ottawa Senators (3-1-1)

Group F (Record in playdowns)
Chatham Outlaws (0-0-0)
Markham-Stouffville Stars (2-0-1)
Sault Ste. Marie Wildcats (0-0-0)
Stoney Creek Sabres (4-0-2)

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
Lower Lakes Female Hockey League
Central Division
Toronto – 42 points (21-1-0)
North Bay – 38 points (18-2-2)
Brampton – 34 points (15-3-4)
Barrie – 20 points (8-10-4)
Toronto Leaside – 19 points (7-9-5)
North York – 17 points (5-9-7)
Vaughan – 16 points (5-11-6)
Aurora – 15 points (5-12-5)
Etobicoke – 13 points (4-13-5)
Sudbury – 4 points (1-19-2)

East Division
Durham West – 33 points (15-4-3)
Whitby – 33 points (14-3-5)
Clarington – 29 points (14-7-1)
Markham-Stouffville – 26 points (10-6-6)
Kingston – 21 points (9-10-3)
Peterborough – 18 points (8-12-2)
Scarborough – 11 points (5-16-1)
West Northumberland – 5 points (2-19-1)

South Central Division
Stoney Creek – 38 points (17-1-4)
St. Catharines Brock – 32 points (14-4-4)
Oakville – 32 points (14-4-4)
Mississauga – 23 points (11-10-1)
Brantford – 23 points (9-8-5)
Burlington – 21 points (8-9-5)
Hamilton – 19 points (9-12-1)
Ancaster – 8 points (4-18-0)
North Halton – 2 points (0-20-2)

West Division
Guelph – 32 points (14-4-4)
Waterloo – 29 points (13-6-3)
Bluewater – 26 points (10-6-6)
Chatham – 26 points (10-6-6)
Kitchener – 20 points (9-11-2)
London – 20 points (7-9-6)
Saugeen-Maitland – 17 points (6-11-5)
Cambridge – 6 points (2-18-2)

Ottawa District Women’s Hockey Association
Ottawa Lady 67’s – 33 points (15-2-3)
Ottawa Senators – 30 points (13-3-4)
Nepean Wildcats Black – 29 points (13-4-3)
Nepean Wildcats White – 27 points (13-6-1)
Ottawa Ice – 18 points (6-8-6)
Gloucester – 12 points (5-13-2)
Cornwall – 10 points (5-15-0)
Rideau St. Lawrence – 9 points (3-14-3)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
2016 (Brantford Ice Cats – gold medal)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
9 (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2014 [host], 2015, 2016)

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
2016 (Brantford Ice Cats)

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
3 (2010 – Thunder Bay Queens; 2015 – Sudbury Lady Wolves; 2016 – Brantford Ice Cats)

TOP REGULAR SEASON TEAM – TORONTO AEROS
To be strong defensively is one thing; to allow only seven goals in a 22-game season is entirely another. The Toronto Aeros were otherworldly in their own end during the LLFHL regular season, winning 21 of 22 games with a 66-7 goal differential. And three of those seven goals against came in their lone loss. Toronto was dominant right from the drop of the first puck in October; they won their first 13 games, and did not give up a goal until Game 10. The offence wasn’t too bad, either – the 66 goals the Aeros scored put them second in the LLFHL.

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)
ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

 

Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
emadziya@hockeycanada.ca

 

Spencer Sharkey
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4567 / 905-906-5327 (mobile)
ssharkey@hockeycanada.ca

 

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