The 2014 Esso Cup was Canada's sixth annual national women's midget hockey championship, which was held April 20 – 26, 2014 at Hamilton, Ontario. The Weyburn Gold Wings of Saskatchewan defeated the Edmonton Thunder of Alberta to win the gold medal. With the second-place finish, the Thunder continued their streak by taking home a medal for the fifth consecutive year.
|Weyburn Gold Wings||Western||Weyburn, SK|
|Edmonton Thunder||Pacific-AB||Edmonton, AB|
|Sudbury Lady Wolves||Ontario||Sudbury, ON|
|4||Stoney Creek Sabres||Host||Stoney Creek, ON|
|5||Fraser Valley Phantom||Pacific-BC||Langley, BC|
|6||Moncton Rockets||Atlantic||Moncton, NB|
- Note: The Pacific region was awarded a second spot in this year's Esso Cup as Quebec did not participate.
Sunday, April 20
- Weyburn 2 - Sudbury 1
- Edmonton 1 - Fraser Valley 0
- Stoney Creek 8 - Moncton 1
Monday, April 21
- Weyburn 4 - Edmonton 2
- Sudbury 5 - Moncton 1
- Stoney Creek 3 - Fraser Valley 0
Tuesday, April 22
- Moncton 5 - Edmonton 4
- Weyburn 3 - Fraser Valley 2
- Stoney Creek 2 - Sudbury 1
Wednesday, April 23
- Fraser Valley 7 - Moncton 2
- Sudbury 3 - Edmonton 2
- Stoney Creek 3 - Weyburn 2
Thursday, April 24
- Sudbury 6 - Fraser Valley 3
- Weyburn 3 - Moncton 2
- Edmonton 4 - Stoney Creek 3
|1||Stoney Creek||1||Gold Medal Game|
|2||Weyburn||3||Bronze Medal Game|
- Most Valuable Player: Alexandra Poznikoff (Edmonton)
- Top Scorer: Karli Shell (Sudbury)
- Top Forward: Karli Shell (Sudbury)
- Top Defenceman: Jessica Healey (Edmonton)
- Top Goaltender: Jane Kish (Weyburn)
- Most Sportsmanlike Player: Claire Merrick (Stoney Creek)
Road to the Esso CupEdit
Round Robin Rank Team Qualification W-L-T GF GA PTS 1 Moncton Rockets NBMAAAFHL 3-0-1 14 3 7 2 East Hants Penguins NSFMAAAHL 2-1-1 12 4 5 3 King's County Kings PEIFMAAAHL 2-2-0 9 9 4 4 NL Central HNL 1-2-1 5 6 3 5 NL Western Host 0-3-1 3 21 1
- Bronze Medal Game
- Kings County 3 - NL Central 1 (OT)
- Gold Medal Game
- Moncton 2 - East Hants 1
- Moncton advanced to Esso Cup
Quebec elected to withdraw from this year's competition. Hockey Canada awarded this berth to the Pacific Region.
|Sudbury Lady Wolves||1|
|5||Sudbury Lady Wolves||2|
|Sudbury Lady Wolves||3|
|Stoney Creek Sabres||0|
|6||Thunder Bay Queens||2|
|Thunder Bay Queens||1|
|Stoney Creek Sabres||2|
|7||Stoney Creek Sabres||5|
- Sudbury advanced to Esso Cup
Best-of-3 series Rank Team Qualification W-L GF GA 1 Weyburn Gold Wings SFMAAAHL 2-1 9 4 2 Pembina Vallay Hawks MFMHL 1-2 4 9
- Weyburn advanced to Esso Cup
- The Pacific region was awarded two spots in this year's Esso Cup as the Quebec region did not field a team.
- Edmonton and Fraser Valley advanced to Esso Cup
- ↑ Community begins countdown to 2014 Esso Cup. Hamilton Community News (2013-10-16). Retrieved on 2014-03-01.
- ↑ Hamilton and Stoney Creek, Ont, to host 2014 Esso Cup. Hockey Canada (2013-10-10). Retrieved on 2014-03-01.
- ↑ Female Midget Atlantics. Hockeyscene.com schedule. Retrieved on 2014-04-06.
- ↑ "Quebec withdraws from Esso Cup", Prince Albert Herald, March 20, 2015.
- ↑ OWHA Website
- ↑ "Hawks completed comeback", MFMHL, 2014-03-30. Retrieved on 2014-03-31.
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