2023 Esso Cup

2023 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

The legacy of the Art Hauser Centre
There is decades of history built into the Art Hauser Centre, and although the future of the building is uncertain, the memories made at the rink will live on forever.
In the face of Fiona
When Hurricane Fiona left the Northern Selects with no power or ice for weeks, the Atlantic champions persevered.
Jade Lore and Emily Chan give credit to their Fraser Valley Rush teammates for making their injury recoveries easier.
It was friendship that inspired a group in Prince Albert to begin volunteering in minor hockey as off-ice officials.
The Ontario champions hope a combination of chemistry, tenacity and structure will lead to success at the Esso Cup.
The West Region champions may be young, but their strong culture could lead to success on the national stage.
The expectations are high for the Pacific Region champions, but the Rush are focusing on being present at the Esso Cup.
The Étoiles may be a young team, but they have great character and have learned to prosper in the face of adversity.
After another successful regular season, the Northern Selects are ready to return to the national stage at the Esso Cup.
Home-ice advantage, combined with playing “host” last year, is sure to make this an Esso Cup to remember for the Bears.
Forty-four officials have been selected for the Esso Cup, Men’s U18 National Club Championship and Centennial Cup.
The Bears, Étoiles, Rebels, Rush, Selects and Sabres will compete for the Women’s U18 National Club Championship.
Will Fraser Valley book its fourth trip to the Esso Cup, or can Red Deer make its second appearance at nationals?
The Regina Rebels and Winnipeg Ice have earned league titles—which team will be moving on to the Esso Cup?
Five teams—the Flames, Ice, Lynx, Selects and Stars—will compete at regionals. Who moves on to Prince Albert?
The host Bears will face the Atlantic champs in their opener at Canada’s Women’s U18 National Club Championship.
The Prince Albert Bears are excited and eager to welcome Canada’s best women’s U18 club teams to the Prairies.
From the BCEHL to the MMFHL, 98 teams are competing to join the host Prince Albert Bears at the 2023 Esso Cup.
Hockey Canada has unveiled the host communities for six national and international events, from B.C. to Nova Scotia.
Burr scored the game-winning goal to give the Sabres a national title.
Greta Henderson scored twice to help the Regina Rebels win bronze.
Vienna Rubin scored the game-winning goal for the Fraser Valley Rush.
Tara Bach made 21 saves as the Sabres shut out the Selects on Friday.
Jaela Carter had four points as the Sabres beat the Bears on Thursday.
Greta Henderson scored twice in the Rebels’ win over the Selects.
Beatrice Plouffe made 36 saves to help the Étoiles beat the Rush.
Greta Henderson and Berlin Lolacher had two goals each on Wednesday.
Mikayla Barnes and Darragh Browne scored in the Sabres’ fourth win.
Vienna Rubin scored twice in the Rush’s comeback against the Selects.
Andreanne St-Pierre and Danika Giroux scored in the Étoiles’ win.
Erica Barnard had two goals and a helper as the Rush beat the Rebels.
Caileigh Tiller netted two goals to help the Sabres stay undefeated.
Nine Rush players scored in the team’s rout of the Bears on Monday.
Kendall Doiron and Kenzie Greencorn to keep the Selects undefeated.
Madison Burr netted two goals and assist in the Sabres’ win on Monday.
Laci Boyd scored twice to power the Selects to beat the host Bears.
Madison Burr led the Sabres with two goals and an assist on Sunday.
Stryker Zablocki notched a goal and assist in the Rebels’ first win.
League Playoffs
Fraser Valley had a +123 goal differential to finish atop the BCEHL.
Calgary was red hot in February to finish atop the AFHL.
Regina finished the season strong to take first place in the Prairies.
Westman edged Winnipeg to be MFHL regular-season champions.
Defensive dominance led Durham West to the top of the OWHA.
Québec won 26 of 28 to take first place by 10 points in the LHEQ.
Northern posted a +94 goal differential to top the MMFHL standings.
The Eastern Ice Breakers edged the Tri-Pen Ice in the regular season.
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2023 Esso Cup: April 29 (Gold and Bronze)
The Stoney Creek Sabres won the 2023 Esso Cup in Prince Albert, Sask.
2023 Esso Cup: April 27 (Preliminary)
The Étoiles, Rebels and Sabres won to close the preliminary round.
2023 Esso Cup: April 28 (Semifinals)
The Sabres and Rush will advance to play for gold at the Esso Cup.
2023 Esso Cup: April 26 (Preliminary)
The Rush, Sabres and Rebels secured wins on Day 4 of the 2023 Esso Cup.