2020 Esso Cup

2020 Esso Cup | National Female Midget Hockey Championship

In response to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Hockey Canada has cancelled all sanctioned events, including national championships, effective March 13, 2020.
Let the games begin on the Road to the Esso Cup. The 67-day journey to Prince Albert will whittle 94 teams to six.
When the 2019-20 season opened, 94 Midget teams had the opportunity to become national champions. Who remains?
The Regina Rebels averaged more than five goals a game and ran off 22 wins in a row to finish atop the SFMAAAHL.
The Greater Vancouver Comets dominated again in B.C., winning 30 of 32 and outscoring opponents by 153 goals.
Chasing a fourth-straight Esso Cup, the St. Albert Slash posted the best offence and best defence to lead the AFHL.
The Eastern Ice Breakers scored the most and allowed the least to finish as the best in Newfoundland & Labrador.
The Northern Selects almost ran the table, winning their first 23 games to top the NSFMHL for the third year in a row.
A mid-season run of 17 consecutive games with a point sent the Winnipeg Avros to the top of the MFHL standings.
The host Bears take on the Atlantic champs in their opener at Canada’s National Female Midget Championship.
Canada’s National Female Midget Championship returns to Saskatchewan in 2020, with Prince Albert playing host.
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2019 Esso Cup: SCS 3 – SAS 2 SO (Bronze Medal)
Juras tied it late and scored in the SO to help the Sabres win bronze.
2019 Esso Cup: STA 4 – SUD 1 (Gold Medal)
Kordic scored twice to give the Slash a third-straight Esso Cup.
2019 Esso Cup: STA 2 – SAS 1 OT (Semifinal)
Willan scored 2:46 into overtime to lift the Slash into another final.
2019 Esso Cup: SUD 5 – SCS 0 (Semifinal)
Chomiak had 2G 1A to lift the Lady Wolves into the gold medal game.
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