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ALBERTA CAPTURES U16 GOLD IN MOOSE JAW

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Moose Jaw, SK -- Reid Duke scored the game winning goal and added an assist to lead Team Alberta to a 10-4 win over Team Manitoba to claim the Gold Medal at the 2011 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup from Moose Jaw, SK.  This is the second time that Team Alberta has won this tournament who also defeated Team Manitoba in the inaugural event in 2009 in Blackfalds, AB.  Jacob Virtanen scored the game winning goal to lead Team British Columbia to a 5-4 win over Team Saskatchewan in the Bronze Medal Game earlier in the day.  The 2011 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup marked the second playing of this tournament after taking a one year hiatus in 2010 for the Canada Winter Games.

Gold Medal Game: Team AB 10 - 4 Team MB

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Reid Duke scored the game winning goal and added an assist to lead Team Alberta to a 10-4 win over Team Manitoba in the Gold medal game at the 2011 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup from Moose Jaw, SK.  This is the second time that Team Alberta has won this tournament, which is in its second year of existence.  Team Alberta also defeated Team Manitoba in the inaugural event in 2009 in Blackfalds, AB.

ALBERTA 10, MANITOBA 4

First Period
1 - AB - Macmaster (Duke, Point), 3:55
2 - AB - Nemeth (Foster), 5:18
3 - AB - Mappin (Macmaster), 17:50
4 - AB - Mumby (Bleackley, Point), 18:44

Second Period
5 - MB - Lindgren (Hawrylyk), 0:27
6 - MB - Rafter (Fisher), 1:03
7 - AB - Duke (Point, Foster), 6:54
8 - MB - Schioler (unassisted), 7:29
9 - AB - Penner (Quenneville), 7:39
10 - AB - Penner (Mappin), 11:52 

Third Period
11 - AB - Irving (Point, Quenneville), 0:36
12 - MB - Schioler (Lindgren), 2:33
13 - AB - Zipp (Macmaster, Bleackley), 7:24 PP
14 - AB - Bleackley (Quenneville, Penner), 13:56

SOG:
AB: 7, 11, 15 = 33
MB: 4, 20, 8 = 32

Goalies:
Hogue (AB) – 28/32
Edmonds (MB) – 23/33

Players of the Game:
AB - Duke
MB - Lindgren

Bronze Medal Game: Team BC 5 - Team Saskatchewan 4

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Jacob Virtanen scored the game winning goal to lead Team British Columbia to a 5-4 win over Team Saskatchewan in the Bronze Medal Game at the 2011 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup from Moose Jaw, SK.

BC 5, SASKATCHEWAN 4

First Period
No Scoring

Second Period
1 - SK - Gardner (Wittman), 17:35

Third Period
2 - BC - Meek (Povelofskie, Revel), 1:42
3 - BC - Walter (Marreck), 2:46
4 - BC - Bolduc (Hicketts, Butcher), 15:28
5 - BC - Skapski (unassisted), 7:11
6 - BC - Virtanen (unassisted), 12:48
7 - SK - Pilon (Shirley, Olynek), 13:15
8 - SK - Oleksyn (Vanstone, Chartier), 16:48
9 - SK - Gardiner (Chartier, Oleksyn), 18:05

SOG:
BC: 7, 12, 13 = 32
SK: 6, 12, 18 = 36

Goalies:
McLeod (BC) – 32/36
Parenteau (SK) – 27/32

Players of the Game:
BC - McLeod
SK - Gardiner

2011 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup - Tournament All-Stars

G - AB - Jordan Papirny (BDN 1st round)
D - AB - Brycen Marten (SC 1st round)
D - SK - Ryan Pilon (LET 1st round)
F - MB - Adam Brooks (REG 2nd round)
F - MB - Jayce Hawrylyk (BDN 2nd round)
F - AB - Brayden Point (MJ 1st round)

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FINAL STANDINGS

Team GP W L OTL SL PTS GF GA
Alberta 4 4 0 0 0 12 23 9
Manitoba 4 2 2 0 0 6 20 23
British Columbia 4 2 2 0 0 5 13 14
Saskatchewan 4 0 3 1 0 1 10 20

TOP SCORERS

Name Team GP G A PTS
Brayden Point AB 4 5 4 9
Jayce Hawryluk MB 4 3 4 7
Tanner MacMaster AB 4 2 5 7
Ryley Lindgren MB 4 4 2 6
Jake Virtanen BC 4 5 0 5
Adam Brooks MB 4 4 1 5
Dane Schioler MB 4 2 3 5
Jordan Thomson MB 4 1 4 5
John Quenneville AB 4 0 5 5
Conner Bleackley AB 4 2 2 4

TOP GOALTENDERS

Name Team GP MIN W L T SO GA GAA SV%
Jordan Papirny AB 2 120.00 2 0 0 0 2 1.00 0.950
Payton Lee BC 2 119.53 1 1 0 0 4 2.00 0.920
Jonny Hogue AB 2 120.00 2 0 0 0 7 3.50 0.883
Rylan Parenteau MB 4 219.12 0 4 0 0 16 4.38 0.874

For more information on the 2011 Western Canada Under-16 Challenge Cup, CLICK HERE

GAME SCHEDULE/RESULTS:

Thursday, October 27
Game #1 – Alberta 6 - Manitoba 3
Game #2 – British Columbia 3 - Saskatchewan 2 - OT 

Friday, October 28
Game #3 – Alberta 2 - British Columbia 1
Game #4 – Manitoba 7 - Saskatchewan 3

Saturday, October 29
Game #5 – Saskatchewan 1 - Alberta 5
Game #6 – Manitoba 4 - British Columbia 6

Sunday, October 30
Game #7 – BRONZE MEDAL GAME, BC 5 - Saskatchewan 4
Game #8 – GOLD MEDAL GAME, Alberta 10  - Manitoba 4

 
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