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UPDATED September 18th. Shawn Evans and the Peterborough Lakers have captured the 2012 Mann Cup.

By Avery Buye | Published: 9/18/2012 at 12:05:56 PM



Mann Cup
 
The Peterborough Lakers have won their fifth Mann Cup title in ten years, overcoming a two-game deficit to beat Langley in four consecutive games. Following a 31-point Mann Cup performance, the Roughnecks' own Shawn Evans now sits in 22nd place for all-time Mann Cup scoring with 87 total points at the ripe age of 26. For the second straight year, Langley will have to settle for second between the WLA/MSL as Matt Leveque put up a six point performance in the six game series.

 

borough 14 Langley 8 (PETE 4-2)
Friday, September 7, 2012 Langley 13 Peterborough 12 (LANG 1-0)
Sunday, September 9, 2012 Langley 15 Peterborough 14 OT (LANG 2-0)
Monday, September 10, 2012 Peterborough 14 Langley 10 (LANG 2-1)
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 Peterborough 9 Langley 8 (2-2)
*Friday, September 14, 2012 Peterborough 9 Langley 5 (PETE 3-2)
*Saturday, September 15, 2012 Peter
*Sunday, September 16, 2012 7:00PM
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Western Lacrosse Association (WLA)
 
In the best-of-seven Championship series Langley overtook Coquitlam four games to two, winning their second consecutive WLA Championship trophy.
 
Though he missed the final game of the championship series, Dane Dobbie finished second overall in WLA post-season scoring with 45 points.
 
In WLA semi-final playoff action Langley swept the series against Burnaby 4-0 and Coquitlam overtook Victoria 4-2 to advance to the WLA Championship series.
 
Langley finished the 2012 WLA regular season at the top of the standings with 24 points. Victoria managed a late-season surge to finish in second place (22 points) while Coquitlam and Burnaby found themselves in third and fourth place, respectively, with 20 points. League-leading scorer Scott Ranger and the Nanaimo Timberman were eliminated from the playoff race as they finished the season in sixth place.
 
The Roughnecks roster boasted three of the top five regular-season WLA scorers. Rank 1: Scott Ranger 92 points (55g, 37a), Rank 3: Jeff Shattler 70 points (35g, 35a), Rank 5: Cory Conway 68 points (12g, 56a).
 
Burnaby Lakers
 
# Name GP G A PTS S PIM
80 Peter McFetridge 15 4 7 11 21 18
Post-Season
80 Peter McFetridge 4 1 1 2 12 4
 
Coquitlam Adanacs
 
# Name GP G A PTS S PIM
20 Travis Cornwall 18 6 19 25 25 12
36 Daryl Veltman 16 27 28 51 115 14
37 Andrew McBride 8 0 2 2 0 22
44 Dane Dobbie 14 29 29 58 152 38
47 Jon Harnett 16 4 3 7 9 14
Post-Season
20 Travis Cornwall 12 4 4 8 9 8
36 Daryl Veltman 10 7 20 27 55 0
37 Andrew McBride 11 0 4 4 0 6
44 Dane Dobbie 11 25 20 45 130 34
47 Jon Harnett 12 1 7 8 10 12
 
Langley Thunder
 
# Name GP G A PTS S PIM
22 Matt Leveque 18 1 4 5 10 25
Post-Season
22 Matt Leveque 10 0 1 1 2 11
Mann Cup
22 Matt Leveque 6 5 1 6 7 4
 
Maple Ridge Burrards
 
# Name GP G A PTS S PIM
17 Curtis Dickson 2 8 5 13 27 7
 
Nanaimo Timbermen
 
# Name GP G A PTS S PIM
9 Kaleb Toth 8 4 11 15 18 0
91 Cory Conway 16 12 56 68 86 8
71 Scott Ranger 18 55 37 92 203 41
    GP W L SV GAA SV%
30 Matt King 13 2 5 267 12.17 .746
 
Victoria Shamrocks
 
# Name GP G A PTS S PIM
11 Greg Harnett 14 2 5 7 12 43
23 Dan MacRae 18 3 9 12 13 20
77 Jeff Shattler 17 35 35 70 171 22
Post-Season
11 Greg Harnett 6 0 1 1 1 11
23 Dan MacRae 6 0 1 1 3 16
77 Jeff Shattler 6 7 15 22 54 16
 
Major Series Lacrosse (MSL)
 
The Peterborough Lakers are the MSL Champions after beating the Six Nations Chiefs four games to one in the best-of-seven finals. At the conclusion of MSL playoffs, Roughnecks’ Shawn Evans not only matched his 50-point regular season, but also finished atop playoff scoring with 17 goals and 33 assists. 
 
The host of the Mann Cup swaps between the MSL/WLA each year, meaning the series will take place in Peterborough at the Memorial Centre beginning on September 7th. Games 2 and 3 will resume on September 9 and 10 and Game 4 on September 12th. If necessary, Games 5-7 will continue on September 14, 15 and 16.
 
Their road to the championship included two playoff series sweeps against the Ajax Rock in first-round playoff series (best of five) and in the East Division finals against the Brooklin Redman (best of seven). In the west division, Brampton triumphed three games to one against Kitchener-Waterloo in their opening series, landing them in the West Division final against the Six Nations Chiefs. Mike Poulin and the Chiefs secured the division final winning four games to one.  
 
Peterborough Lakers
 
# Name GP G A PTS GWG PIM
88 Shawn Evans 13 16 34 50 1 39
Post-Season
88 Shawn Evans 12 17 33 50 2 39
Mann Cup
88 Shawn Evans 6 7 24 31 1 8
 
Brooklin Redmen
 
# Name GP G A PTS GWG PIM
42 Geoff McNulty 6 5 3 8 0 0
 
Six Nations Chiefs
 
# Name GP W L SV GAA SV%
1 Mike Poulin 12 7 4 309 7.57 .771
Post-Season
1 Mike Poulin 10 1 2 129 6.51 .810
 
BC Junior A Lacrosse
 
Frankie Scigliano and the New Westminster Salmonbellies defeated the Victoria Shamrocks in their Quarterfinal three-game playoff series after capturing the first two contests. They dropped their semi-final series to the Delta Islanders 3-2.  
 
New Westminster Salmonbellies
 
# Name GP W L SV GAA SV%
92 Frankie Scigliano 19 10 5 402 6.64 .827
Post-Season
92 Frankie Scigliano 7 3 0 120 10.42 .764
 
 

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