2024 Esso Cup

2024 Esso Cup | Women’s U18 Club Championship

2024 ESSO Cup Tickets

The 2024 Esso Cup brings together five regional champions from across the country, plus the host Thompson-Okanagan Lakers, to compete for Canada's Women’s U18 National Club Championship, April 21-27 at Kal Tire Place.

Provincial champions from Ontario and Quebec advance directly to the Esso Cup, while the remaining berths are filled by regional champions from Pacific, West and Atlantic.

Single-game tickets are on sale now, with round robin tickets starting at $10! See our full list of ticket options, and secure your seats today.

From the BCEHL to the MMFHL, 97 women’s U18 teams are competing to earn one of five regional berths to join the Thompson-Okanagan Lakers at the 2024 Esso Cup in April. 
The Rebels and Ice battle it out once again for the West Region berth at the Esso Cup. Who’s going to Vernon?
The Stars, Selects, Ice, Flames and Warriors are the last five standing on the East Coast. Who moves on to Vernon? 
The Esso Cup is almost here, so here's what you need to know about the Women’s U18 National Club Championship.
As hosts of the Esso Cup, some members of the Thompson-Okanagan Lakers are growing the women’s game as coaches.
Watch five regional champions across Canada and the host Thompson-Okanagan Lakers compete for a national title!
The host Thompson-Okanagan Lakers will face the Atlantic champions when the Esso Cup begins April 21 in Vernon.
Seven communities in five provinces – from B.C. to P.E.I. – will play host to national and international events.
League Playoffs
Durham West won 19 of 22 to top the standings once again.
Outaouais rode a league-best offence to the top of the LHEQ.
Red Deer finished on an eight-game win streak to top the AFHL. 
Regina outscored opponents by 101 to take first place on the Prairies. 
Fraser Valley edged Thompson-Okanagan by two points to top the BCEHL.
Eastern dominated the regular season, losing just once in 18 games.
Winnipeg eclipsed Westman by four points to sit atop the MFHL. 

Northern posted a +138 goal differential to top the MMFHL standings. 

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