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|1||Canterbury Red Devils||10||2||2||5||0||1||26||63||37|
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PRW = Preliminary Round Win = 2 points
PRL = Preliminary Round Loss
W = Main Round Win = 4 points
L = Main Round Loss
T = Main Round Tie = 2 points
May 25, 2007 - Southern Stampede 2 v Canterbury Red Devils 9
May 26, 2007 - Southern Stampede 4 v Canterbury Red Devils 3
May 26, 2007 - West Auckland Admirals 4 v Botany Swarm 6
May 27, 2007 - West Auckland Admirals 3 v Botany Swarm 7
June 9, 2007 - Canterbury Red Devils 10 v Southern Stampede 5
June 10, 2007 - Canterbury Red Devils 2 v Southern Stampede 6
June 9, 2007 - Botany Swarm 3 v West Auckland Admirals 2
June 10, 2007 - Botany Swarm 2 v West Auckland Admirals 1
Round 3 - Queenstown
June 29, 2007 - Southern Stampede 2 v Botany Swarm 3
June 30, 2007 - Southern Stampede 2 v Canterbury Red Devils 8
July 1, 2007 - Canterbury Red Devils 3 v Botany Swarm 3
Round 4 - Botany Downs
July 13, 2007 - West Auckland Admirals 4 v Canterbury Red Devils 8
July 14, 2007 - Botany Swarm 4 v Canterbury Red Devils 6
July 15, 2007 - Botany Swarm 5 v West Auckland Admirals 4
Round 5 - Christchurch
July 27, 2007 - Southern Stampde 10 v West Auckland Admirals 2
July 28, 2007 - Canterbury Red Devils 7 v Southern Stampede 4
July 29, 2007 - Canterbury Red Devils 7 v West Auckland Admirals 3
Round 6 - Avondale
August 10, 2007 - Botany Swarm 5 v Southern Stampede 1
August 11, 2007 - West Auckland Admirals 4 v Southern Stampede 6
August 12, 2007 - West Auckland Admirals 2 v Botany Swarm 6
Final - Christchurch
September 8, 2007 - Canterbury Red Devils 0 v Botany Swarm 7
|Janos Kaszala||Canterbury Red Devils||10||11||12||23|
|Jesper Danielsson||Canterbury Red Devils||10||9||13||22|
|Lukas Kavka||Canterbury Red Devils||10||10||6||16|
|Amadeus Schifferle||Southern Stampede||10||8||7||15|
|Daniel Smith||West Auckland Admirals||10||9||5||14|
MVP of Canterbury Red Devils - Janos Kaszala
MVP of Botany Swarm - Ian Wannamaker
MVP of Southern Stampede - Brett Speirs
MVP of West Auckland Admirals - Rick Parry
Best Defenceman - Hayden Argyle - Canterbury Red Devils
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Top Goaltender - Zak Nothling - Botany Swarm
Top Points Scorer - Janos Kaszala - Canterbury Red Devils
League MVP - Janos Kaszala - Canterbury Red Devils
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