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2014 Esso Cup

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Dates  April 20–26, 2014
Champions  Weyburn Gold Wings
Third place  Sudbury Lady Wolves
Teams  6
Runner-up  Edmonton Thunder
Venue(s)  Gateway Ice Centre in Hamilton, ON

The 2014 Esso Cup was Canada's sixth annual national women's midget hockey championship, which was held April 20 – 26, 2014 at Hamilton, Ontario. The Weyburn Gold Wings of Saskatchewan defeated the Edmonton Thunder of Alberta to win the gold medal. With the second-place finish, the Thunder continued their streak by taking home a medal for the fifth consecutive year.

Contents

Teams

Note: The Pacific region was awarded a second spot in this year's Esso Cup as Quebec did not participate.

Scores

Sunday, April 20

  • Weyburn 2 - Sudbury 1
  • Edmonton 1 - Fraser Valley 0
  • Stoney Creek 8 - Moncton 1
  • Monday, April 21

  • Weyburn 4 - Edmonton 2
  • Sudbury 5 - Moncton 1
  • Stoney Creek 3 - Fraser Valley 0
  • Tuesday, April 22

  • Moncton 5 - Edmonton 4
  • Weyburn 3 - Fraser Valley 2
  • Stoney Creek 2 - Sudbury 1
  • Wednesday, April 23

  • Fraser Valley 7 - Moncton 2
  • Sudbury 3 - Edmonton 2
  • Stoney Creek 3 - Weyburn 2
  • Thursday, April 24

  • Sudbury 6 - Fraser Valley 3
  • Weyburn 3 - Moncton 2
  • Edmonton 4 - Stoney Creek 3
  • Individual Awards

  • Most Valuable Player: Alexandra Poznikoff (Edmonton)
  • Top Scorer: Karli Shell (Sudbury)
  • Top Forward: Karli Shell (Sudbury)
  • Top Defenceman: Jessica Healey (Edmonton)
  • Top Goaltender: Jane Kish (Weyburn)
  • Most Sportsmanlike Player: Claire Merrick (Stoney Creek)
  • Atlantic Region

    Tournament held April 3 – 6 at Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador.

    Bronze Medal Game Kings County 3 - NL Central 1 (OT) Gold Medal Game Moncton 2 - East Hants 1 Moncton advanced to Esso Cup

    Quebec

    Quebec elected to withdraw from this year's competition. Hockey Canada awarded this berth to the Pacific Region.

    Ontario

    Ontario Women's Hockey Association Championship played April 10 – 13, 2014 at Toronto, Ontario

    Sudbury advanced to Esso Cup

    Western Region

    Best-of-3 played April 4–6 at Weyburn, Saskatchewan.

    Weyburn advanced to Esso Cup The Pacific region was awarded two spots in this year's Esso Cup as the Quebec region did not field a team. Edmonton and Fraser Valley advanced to Esso Cup

    References

    2014 Esso Cup Wikipedia


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