Fred Page Cup Preview – Woodstock Slammers


Kent Cup Champions – Woodstock Slammers

The Woodstock Slammers were definitely in a class of their own during the 2011-2012 MHL regular season. They finished with a 45-6-0-1 record, good for 91 points, 18 more then the 2nd place Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners. The Slammers marched through the first 2 rounds of the Kent Cup playoffs, defeating both the Campbellton Tigers and the Summerside Western Capitals 4-0. The final series saw the Slammers take on their toughest opponent, the Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners. The Slammers quickly took a stranglehold of the series winning 3 of the first 4 games, however, the Mariners proved that they were a resilient team, coming back to force a game 7. Game 7 proved to be one of the better playoff games ever played. With the Slammers up 3-2 with less than 1 minuted remaining, the Mariners tied the game and sent it to overtime. The first and second overtime period did not solve anything, and it took a huge goal by the Slammers Robert Visca to finally end the game 7 marathon. The Slammers finished as the 7th ranked junior A team in Canada, one spot behind the Nepean Raiders.

Team Statistics Leaders


  1. Bradley Greene 74 points (39G, 35A) in 51GP
  2. Nick Huard 66 points (26G, 40A) in 45GP
  3. Andrew Logan 66 points (27G, 39A) in 51GP


  1. Tim Campbell 72 points (17G, 55A) in 45GP
  2. Jake Logan 36 points (5G, 31A) in 41GP


  1. Matt Murphy 29-6-3-3, 2.13GAA, .932SV%

The Fred Page Cup is an annual tournament to decide the east representatives in the Junior A National Championship (RBC). The tournament consists of 4 teams, the Kent Cup Champions (Maritimes Hockey League), the Napa Cup Champions (Ligue de Hockey Junior AAA du Québec), the Bogart-Nielsen Cup Champions (Central Canada Hockey League), as well as a host team. Teams will compete in a round-robin style tournament beginning Wednesday, April 25, 2012. After the 3 round-robin games, the team with the most points will earn an automatic bye to the finals, while the 2nd and 3rd place teams will face-off in a semi-final game.

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