|Dates||April 19–25, 2015|
|Venue(s)||Red Deer Arena in Red Deer, AB|
|Champions||Sudbury Lady Wolves|
|Runner-up||Red Deer Chiefs|
|Third place||Saskatoon Stars|
|Scoring leader(s)||Sophie Shirley|
2015 Esso Cup was Canada's seventh national women's midget hockey championship, played April 19–25, 2015 at Red Deer, Alberta. The Sudbury Lady Wolves defeated the host Red Deer Chiefs 2-1 in the final to win the gold medal. The Saskatoon Stars won the bronze medal.
- Most Valuable Player: Sophie Shirley (Saskatoon)
- Top Scorer: Sophie Shirley (Saskatoon)
- Top Forward: Karli Shell (Sudbury)
- Top Defenceman: Tamara McVannel (Central Plains)
- Top Goaltender: Danika Ranger (Sudbury)
- Most Sportsmanlike Player: Nara Elia (Saskatoon)
Road to the Esso Cup
The Central Plains Capitals and Saskatoon Stars both advanced to the Esso Cup. The Saskatchewan assumed the regular Western region position and Manitoba took Quebec's spot.
The Edmonton Thunder advanced to the Esso Cup by winning best-of-3 played April 3 – 5 at Edmonton, Alberta.
- "Schedule announced for 2015 Esso Cup", Hockey Canada, January 23, 2015.
- Atlantic Champions Will Open 2015 Esso Cup 2015 ESSO CUP. Hockeyscene.com schedule (January 23, 2015).
- "Quebec withdraws from Esso Cup", Prince Albert Herald, March 20, 2015.
- OWHA Provincials
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