Looking back at the Division Finals

NORTH DIVISION FINALS

 

Manchester defeats Brampton, 4 games to 2

 

Manchester limited Brampton to 11 goals in six games on its way to earning a 4 games to 2 win in the North Division Finals.

 

Ashton Rome led the Monarchs in the series with four goals while Daniel Ciampini posted a team-best seven points (2g-5a). Sam Brittain posted a 4-2 record with a 1.84 goals-against average and a .941 save percentage. Pacan (2g-2a), Reggie Traccitto (2g-2a) and Luke Pither (1g-3a) shared the lead for Brampton in the series with four points each.

 

SOUTH DIVISION FINALS

 

South Carolina defeats Florida, 4 games to 1

 

South Carolina advanced to the Conference Finals for the third straight year with a five-game victory over Florida in the South Division Finals.

 

Andrew Cherniwchan led South Carolina in the series with four goals while Domenic Monardo posted a team-leading seven points (3g-4a). Parker Milner went 4-1 with a 1.50 goals-against average and a save percentage of .942. Florida was paced by Levko Koper (3g-2a) and Brant Harris (1g-4a) with five points each.

 

CENTRAL DIVISION FINALS

 

Toledo defeats Fort Wayne, 4 games to 1

 

The Brabham Cup-champion Toledo Walleye reach the Conference Finals for the second time in the last three seasons s with a 4 games to 1 win over Fort Wayne in the Central Division Finals.

 

A.J. Jenks led the Walleye in the series with four goals while sharing the team lead in points with Tyson Spink (2g-2a). Jeff Lerg went 4-1 with a 1.99 goals-against average and a save percentage of .936. Trevor Cheek led Fort Wayne with four points (1g-3a) while Gabriel Desjardins scored a team-best three goals.

 

MOUNTAIN DIVISION FINALS

 

Colorado defeats Allen, 4 games to 2

 

The Colorado Eagles ended the reign of the back-to-back Kelly Cup-champion Allen Americans with a 4 games to 2 win in the Mountain Division Finals.

 

Alex Belzile led Colorado in the series with five goals and eight points. Lukas Hafner went 3-2 with a 2.41 goal-against average in five games during the series, while Kent Simpson earned the win on Tuesday in the clinching game. Allen was led by Chad Costello‘s six points (3g-3a).

 

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