2019 Esso Cup

2019 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

The quest for the three-peat is complete. Mackenzie Kordic scored two goals to deliver the Slash a win over the Lady Wolves and a third-consecutive Esso Cup championship.
Alicia Juras scored the tying goal late and counted again in the shootout to lead the Sabres to the bronze medal.
Mylène Lefebvre is providing inspiration through her quest to conquer the highest peaks from coast to coast to coast.
Kiah Vail’s success with the St. Albert Slash is setting an example for future generations above the 60th parallel.
Erin Zach stayed involved in the game by becoming an official and hopes to help other former players do the same.
Caelyn Parker is furthering her hockey career with artistic flair, and it’s being noticed by some pretty big names.
Eager to give back to the game that has given her so much, Megan Warrener has a gift for working with young netminders.
The Esso Cup hosts have championship credentials, and are peaking at the right time as they welcome the nation.
The Quebec Region champions are hoping their chameleon-like versatility is the recipe for success in Sudbury.
A late-season run of success means the Ontario Region representatives are driven by the power of internal belief.
With nine players back from the 2018 hosts, the Atlantic Region champions are looking to blaze a trail in Sudbury.
The West Region champions have won their way back to the Esso Cup, looking to trade their 2018 silver medal for gold.
The Pacific Region champions hope a balanced game and previous experience yield an Esso Cup three-peat in Sudbury.
The #Road2Esso is complete – Halifax, Québec, St. Albert, Saskatoon and Stoney Creek will join the host Lady Wolves.
The host Lady Wolves face the Atlantic champs in their opener at Canada’s National Female Midget Championship.
The Nickel City is gearing up for two national championships – the 2018 TELUS Cup and 2019 Esso Cup.
Chomiak had 2G 1A to lift the Lady Wolves into the gold medal game.
Willan scored 2:46 into overtime to lift the Slash into another final.
Laberge had two goals and two assists to lead the Lady Wolves.
Leschyshyn made Esso Cup history with five goals and three assists.
Megan Warrener made 28 saves to shut the door on the Slash’s top guns.
Shirley scored SH in the last minute to secure the win for the Stars.
Kawa scored twice and McDougall made 34 saves in the Sabres win.
Ross scored twice and Borrett earned the shutout to lead the Slash.
Hancock scored the GWG and Kingsley made 23 saves to lead the hosts.
Helperl came through late to give the Stars a win over the Slash.
Gray had a hat trick to help the Fire to a come-from-behind win.
Laberge was the OT hero, leading the Lady Wolves past the Slash.
Kawa scored a hat trick to send the Sabres into the win column.
Bédard scored a hat trick to get Quebec its first-ever Esso Cup win.
Clavelle produced three points to earn the Lady Wolves the victory.
Willan had a goal and an assist to steer the Slash to a victory.
Grace Shirley notched a hat trick to lead the Stars past the Sabres.
Regional Championships
Goaltending and an 11-game unbeaten run took Richelieu to first place.
Two familiar rivals. One regional title. Who moves on to Sudbury?
Two teams. One regional title. Who represents the West in Sudbury?
Sudbury rode a dominant offence and defence to be Ontario’s best.
Five teams. One regional title. Who earns the trip to Sudbury?
League Playoffs
Greater Vancouver was 32-0 in B.C., posting a +176 goal differential.
Eastern featured 11 of the top 20 scorers as it took top spot in HNL.
St. Albert allowed just 26 goals in 30 games to finish atop the AFHL.
Saskatoon cruised through the SFMAAAHL with a +105 differential.
The Selects lost just a single game to go back-to-back in the NSFMHL.
Westman had a handful of short win streaks to finish atop the MFMHL.
The Western Wind dominated on P.E.I., dropping just one of 24 games.
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.