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The Esso Cup is a National Female Hockey championship for midget level players (aged under 18 years) sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The Westman Wildcats are the first ever winners of the tournament in 2009. Westman player Jenna-Marie Durnin scored twice to lead the club to a win over the Scarborough Sharks in the gold medal game.[1]

All Time championsEdit

Year Gold SilverBronze
2011 Notre Dame Hounds Edmonton Thunder Toronto Aeros
2010 Thunder Bay Queens Notre Dame Hounds Edmonton Thunder
2009 Westman Wildcats[2] Scarborough Sharks Calgary Flyers

All time results by regionEdit

Region GPWOTWOTLLGFGAGold medals
West 20 13 2 1 4 87 44 2
Ontario 20 12 0 1 7 64 52 1
Pacific 20 9 2 1 8 59 44 0
Host city 18 8 2 1 7 53 43 0
Québec 12 3 0 0 9 22 42 0
Atlantic 14 1 0 2 11 21 81 0

Year by yearEdit

2011Edit

The 2011 Esso Cup was contested in St. Albert, Alberta. In the gold medal game, the Notre Dame Hounds defeated the Edmonton Thunder by a 5-2 tally.[3] In the championship game, Olivia Howe of Notre Dame contributed with a goal and an assist.[4]

  • Participants
Region Team
Pacific Region Edmonton Thunder
West Region Notre Dame Hounds
Ontario Region Toronto Aeros
Quebec Region Kodiaks du Lac St-Louis
Atlantic Region Kings County Kings
Host City St. Albert Slash

2010Edit

Regina, Saskatchewan was the host city for the 2010 Esso Cup.

  • Participants
Region Team
Pacific Region Edmonton Thunder
West RegionNotre Dame Hounds
Ontario Region Thunder Bay Queens
Quebec Region Remparts du Richelieu
Atlantic Region Moncton Rockets
Host City Regina Rebels

2009Edit

The first Esso Cup was contested in 2009. The city of Calgary, Alberta hosted the event as the gold medal game featured the Westman Wildcats and the Scarborough Sharks. Kaitlyn Keon, granddaughter of Stanley Cup champion Dave Keon was on the Sharks roster.

  • Participants
Region Team
Pacific Region Edmonton Thunder
West Region Westman Wildcats
Ontario Region Scarborough Sharks
Atlantic Region Northern Stars
Host City Calgary Flyers

Awards and honorsEdit

2011Edit

Award Player Team
Most Valuable Player Morgan Glover Edmonton
Top ScorerOlivia HoweNotre Dame
Top Forward Olivia Howe Notre Dame
Top Defenceman Emma Korbs Toronto
Top Goaltender Morgan Glover Edmonton
Most Sportsmanlike Player Matana Skoye St. Albert
2011EssoCupAwards

April 21, 2011:(Left to right) Morgan Glover, Emma Korbs, Olivia Howe and Matana Skoye are the award winners of the 2011 Esso Cup

2010Edit

Award Player Team
Most Valuable Player Kaitlyn Tougas Thunder Bay
Top Scorer Brienna Gillanders Notre Dame
Top Forward Janik Robichaud Moncton
Top Defenceman Riana Magee Edmonton
Top Goaltender Samantha Langford Regina
Most Sportsmanlike Player Kaitlyn Quarrell Thunder Bay

2009Edit

Award Player Team
Most Valuable Player Brittany Styner Calgary
Top Forward Brittany EspositoEdmonton
Top Defenceman Brigette Lacquette Westman
Top Goaltender Emily Blakely Northern
Most Sportsmanlike Player Erin Lally Calgary
[5]

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