2018 Esso Cup

2018 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

Mégane Quirion and Ann Sophie Guay scored goals in the first period and Sarah Vanier made them stand up with a 30-save performance, leading the Pionnières to bronze.
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Tyra Meropoulis and Madison Willan scored the goals and the Slash became the first team to repeat as Esso Cup champs.
Tyra Meropoulis came up big in the big game again, putting up a goal and an assist to lead the Slash to another title.
A two-sport success story, Madison Willan is chasing a second Esso Cup championship ahead of a busy summer of baseball.
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Back for the third time in four years, the Saskatoon Stars have brought a roster rich with experience to the Esso Cup.
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Meropoulis & Doyle scored SO goals to send the Slash to the final.
The Stars used a four-goal second period to advance to the Esso final.
The Pionnieres scored three PPGs in the third to get a semifinal spot.
Shirley and Parker had 1G 1A each, and the Stars finished perfect.
Doyle had 2G 1A, and the Slash came back to clinch second place.
Parker had 2G 2A, and the Stars allowed just 6 SOG to blank the hosts.
Whaley had 2G 1A to help the Canadettes to their first regulation win.
Willan scored twice in the third period to help the Slash pull away.
Giaquinto scored in the SO again to give the Canadettes the win.
The Stars scored four unanswered to keep their perfect record intact.
St-Jacques had 1G 1A to lead the Pionnières to their first victory.
Verbitsky and Meropoulis led the way with 2G each in a big Slash win.
Giaquinto and Gibbons scored in the SO to help the Canadettes survive.
Kliewer made 19 saves and the Stars earned a second-straight shutout.
MacLean scored twice, including the late winner, to lead the Selects.
Hewett scored late to tie it, and the Slash earned an extra-time win.
Fiala had 1G 1A, Ivanco made 12 saves and the Stars opened with a win.
2018 Esso Cup: LAN 2 – BRA 1 (Bronze Medal)
Quirion and Guay scored early goals, leading the Pionnières to bronze.
2018 Esso Cup: STA 2 – SAS 1 (Gold Medal)
The Slash held the Stars to 15 shots and repeated as Esso champs.
2018 Esso Cup: SAS 5 – LAN 1 (Semifinal)
The Stars used a four-goal second period to advance to the Esso final.
2018 Esso Cup: STA 2 – BRA 1 SO (Semifinal)
Meropoulis & Doyle scored SO goals to send the Slash to the final.