2022 Esso Cup

2022 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

Katie Leroux scored twice, and Clara Juca made 19 saves, as the Fraser Valley Rush earned a 4-1 over the Remparts du Richelieu to wrap up Day 1 at the 2022 Esso Cup in Okotoks, Alta.
Sadie Hotles scored two goals and added an assist as the Durham West Lightning beat the Prince Albert Bears 6-2.
Kaitlyn Gilroy was the OT hero as Notre Dame picked up their first victory at the 2022 Esso Cup in Okotoks, Alta.
Undefeated in 28 games since mid-October, the Northern Selects look to carry that momentum into the Esso Cup.
Eleven years after the Hounds first won the Esso Cup, this year’s team is motivated to claim a second national title.
The Quebec Region champions never gave up hope they would beat their biggest rivals and book a ticket to Okotoks.
The Ontario champions set their eyes on the Esso Cup this season and hope to ride a wave of momentum into Okotoks.
After two years of waiting, the Esso Cup hosts have put in the time and effort to have a chance at success in Okotoks.
The Pacific Region champions hope a strong culture on and off the ice will lead to success on the national stage.
The Road to the Esso Cup has come to an end, with five regional champions having booked their tickets to Okotoks.
After two years of pandemic-driven disappointment, the Prince Albert Bears will play for the Esso Cup.
Canada’s best U18 club teams will gather in Okotoks, Alta., for the Esso Cup and TELUS Cup, and tickets are on sale.
Five teams—the Ice Breakers, Reds, Selects, Storm and Wind—will compete at regionals. Who moves on to the Esso Cup?
The Westman Wildcats and the Notre Dame Hounds have earned their league titles—who will move onto the Esso Cup?
Will Edmonton book trip No. 8 to the Esso Cup, or can Fraser Valley book its third ticket to nationals?
The Fraser Valley Rush posted a +97 goal differential in just 32 games to finish 10 points clear in the BCEHL.
The Edmonton Pandas dominated in the AFHL, losing just once in regulation and allowing only 29 goals in 30 games.
The Notre Dame Hounds were the best in the SFU18AAAHL, beating out Regina in a two-horse race on the Prairies.
The Winnipeg Avros won 18 straight from December to March become regular-season champions in the MFHL.
The Durham West Lightning dropped only one game during its 25-game regular season to finish atop the OWHA standings.
The As de Québec scored more and allowed less than anyone else, winning 23 of 28 to take first place by six points.
The Northern Selects were terrific in their own end, giving up just 19 goals in 24 games to top the MMFHL standings.
The Western Wind only lost four games during the regular season and finished atop the HPEI standings by 14 points.
COVID-19 wiped out the regular season in Newfoundland & Labrador, so five teams will compete for a provincial title.
From the BCEHL to the MMFHL, 93 teams are competing to join the host Prince Albert Bears at the 2022 Esso Cup.
An Alberta locale will welcome the Esso Cup and TELUS Cup, while Estevan, Sask., will host a 10-team Centennial Cup.
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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