2023 Esso Cup

2023 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

From the BCEHL to the MMFHL, 98 women’s U18 teams are competing to earn one of five regional berths to join the host Prince Albert Bears at the 2023 Esso Cup in April.
The host Bears will take on the Atlantic champs in their opener at Canada’s Women’s U18 National Club Championship.
The Fraser Valley Rush had a +123 goal differential during the regular season to finish 25 points clear in the BCEHL.
The Calgary Fire dominated in February, losing just once in a shootout in the month to finish atop the AFHL standings.
The Regina Rebels ended the regular season with a 10-game win streak to take first place by six points in the Prairies.
Separated by only one point, the Westman Wildcats edged the Winnipeg Ice claim the MFHL regular-season title.
The Northern Selects dropped only one game in the regular season, posting a +94-goal differential to top the MMFHL.
The Eastern Ice Breakers won its last seven games to claim the 2022-23 regular-season title in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Hockey Canada has unveiled the host communities for six national and international events, from B.C. to Nova Scotia.
2022 Esso Cup: May 22 (Championship)
Durham West beat Fraser Valley to win the national championship.
2022 Esso Cup: May 21 (Semifinals)
The Lightning and Rush will battle for the Esso Cup on Sunday.
2020 Esso Cup: May 20 (Preliminary)
The Lightning, Hounds and Selects got wins on Day 5 of the Esso Cup.
2020 Esso Cup: May 19 (Preliminary)
The Rush, Lightning and Hounds earned wins on Day 4 of the Esso Cup.
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