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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Sask-Can are the Champions!

The North American AAA Hockey Classic wrapped up today in Winnipeg with the Sask-Can team defeating Pembina Valley Hawks 8-6 in the final. Sask-Can was once again led by Cody Young who had 3 goals and 2 assists and was the tournament scoring champ by a large margain. He finished with 10-14-24 in the 5 games he played. In fact he finished a whopping 11 pts ahead of Scott Gall from Pembina Valley in the scoring race. Tyler Olson scored twice for Sask-Can. For Pembina Valley, they were led by Ryley Lingren's 2 goals and 1 assist and 3 assist effort from Chris Toupin.

Final Tournament Scoring Leaders
1. CODY YOUNG 10-14-24 Sask Can
2. SCOTT GALL 5-8-13 Pembina
3. AARON BEAUCHAMP 5-8-13 Norman
4. ADAM WOWRYK 9-3-12 Lightning
5. Chris Toupin 6-6-12 Pembina
6. David Sheppard 5-7-12 Sask Can
7. Jack Lotscher 5-6-11 Pembina
8. Adam Santoro 5-6-11 Sask Can
9. Carter Amson 7-3-10 Sask Can
10. Ryley Lindgren 5-5-10 Pembina

We now set our sights on the Champions Cup in Richmond, BC which will feature many of the top players in this age group. The exception will be the absence of the province of Manitoba who won't be sending a team to BC. However we got a good look at some of the prospects in this tournament. We'll have to wait until the tournament in Winnipeg, the Subway Challenge to get a firm guage on the Manitoba kids.


Anonymous said...

That shows how good that tournament is when none of the top players or teams are there. Sask-Can is a good AA team but would not be able to compete at the AAA level with teams from there own province or Western Canada.

Anonymous said...

It,s pretty nice when you stack a team , every body looks good aaa for sure.