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Road to the 2019 Esso Cup: HNL
The Eastern Icebreakers averaged more than five goals per game and had 11 of the top 20 scorers to finish first in HNL
Jason La Rose
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March 15, 2019
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It was all Eastern Icebreakers in Newfoundland & Labrador; the Icebreakers scored their way to the top of the provincial Midget AAA league, scoring 81 goals (27 more than any other team) to help them to a 13-2 record and first place. Eastern took charge early, winning its first nine games to distance itself from second-place Western, which has won the last four provincial titles. Icebreakers dotted the top of the scoring chart – Mackenzie Cahill (12-14—26), Jennifer Bidgood (13-11—24) and Emily Hawco (11-8—19) were second, third and fourth, and 11 Eastern skaters finished in the top 20.

PLAYOFF MATCH-UPS
PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP
1) Eastern Icebreakers
2) Western Warriors
3) Tri-Pen Ice
4) Central IcePak

FINAL STANDINGS (W-L-T)
Eastern – 26 points (13-2-0)
Western – 20 points (10-5-0)
Tri-Pen – 9 points (4-10-1)
Central – 5 points (2-12-1)

LEADING SCORERS
Brooklyn Childs (Western) – 14G 12A 26P
Mackenzie Cahill (Eastern) – 12G 14A 26P
Jennifer Bidgood (Eastern) – 13G 11A 24P
Emily Hawco (Eastern) – 11G 8A 19P
Hannah Gillam (Western) – 11G 6A 17P

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE
none

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
none

LAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
none

TOTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
none

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Hockey Canada
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Katie Macleod
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Hockey Canada
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